Updates from a couple local artists



Some recent news from artists in our scene:

First, Holly Parker, has launched a website, parkerdearborn.com. Parker left her post as director and curator at the Smokebrush Gallery late last year to pursue a career as a full-time artist and independent curator. No word yet on any exhibits or shows in which Parker is planning to participate.

You can also view Parker's work on her official Facebook page.

From Parkers Active Ingredients Series (Used Motor Oil & Earth)
  • Holly Parker
  • From Parker's "Active Ingredients Series (Used Motor Oil & Earth)."

Second, Pueblo West artist Justin Reddick has self-published a book of his work in a diary-like format. The Indy talked to Reddick back in 2006 and during the early days of the Pueblo contemporary art collective he belonged to, 38 Degrees Latitude.

Raindrops and Possibility: The Diary of Justin S. Reddick was made through Blurb, a program that allows you to build a book from your own photos. It may not be a proper publication, but it is pretty professional (you can preview the whole thing online), and a great way to see all of Reddick's beautiful works.

The volume covers 10 years of Reddicks paintings.
  • Justin Reddick
  • The volume covers 10 years of Reddick's paintings.

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