Art Exhibits

Ellen O'Brien: The Prevalence of Line

When: Dec. 14-March 16 2014

According to Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center museum director Blake Milteer, Ellen O'Brien's artwork "truly captures the spirit of adventure, skill, mystery and experimentation that drove art forward from the mid-20th century on." Milteer, of course, hits the nail on the head. It's high time more people know about O'Brien, who died in October. After all, she worked in the studio of Fernand Léger and taught art in the Springs for 30-plus years. See the beautiful results of her labor and extraordinary talent when the FAC (30 W. Dale St.,; free for members, $8.50-$10 for nonmembers) debuts Ellen O'Brien: The Prevalence of Line today. It's up through March 16. — Edie Adelstein

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