So, you’ve lived in the Pikes Peak region all your life and you think you’ve seen it all. Well, think again! Or, maybe you’re new to the region and are eager to plunge into the cultural scene? Here’s how:

FAC Georgia O'Keeffe Opening Night Gala Friday June 26, 2015. Photo by Jeff Kearney
FAC Georgia O’Keeffe Opening Night Gala Friday June 26, 2015. Photo by Jeff Kearney

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Artist of the Week

Kang Lee Sheppard

Kang Lee looks at the interplay of natural elements from a philosophical perspective saying, “Art allows me to communicate freshness and spontaneity, as well as expressing feelings, which transcend techniques in my painting.”

 

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Public Art of the Week

Airing

A full circle with two arms coming off one side. One arm is long and continues into the center of the circle. The other is more circular in nature. The ring sits asymmetrically on a rectangular piece of iron that in then on top of a concrete base.

 

Artist: Alex Corno

Date Created: 2009

Location: Downtown Colorado Springs, on Pikes Peak between Cascade and Tejon

 

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