Art Exhibits

Diary of a Servant's Heart: A Solo Exhibition by Justin S. Reddick

When: Aug. 14-Sept. 17 2015

"When you visit the show you will feel as though you are actually walking through his diary ... his most vulnerable place," writes Gregory Howell, founder of Kadoya Gallery (119 Central Plaza, Pueblo, kadoyagallery.com). That's in regard to Justin Reddick's Diary of a Servant's Heart, opening from 5:30 to 8:30 tonight and running through Sept. 17. Reddick, who's in the process of designing a creative arts program for federal prison inmates in Cañon City, paints in a loose, stream-of-consciousness style to dig emotionally deep, his art representing "a man's every want, hurt, need, desire, joy, and temptation," in his own words. Each piece includes an accompanying poem on the canvas' back, written immediately after its production. Diary also features several installations by Reddick. — Matthew Schniper

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