UCAR Community Art Program proudly presents two new exhibits:
Paintings by Cynthia Marsh Featured at NCAR
THE ART IS IN THE ACT OF BECOMING… to let go of control and attachment to outcome… and enjoy the process as it unfolds in the moment. –Cynthia Marsh. Cynthia Marsh balances the inclination to control, with the necessity to participate, stepping out of her comfort zone into an area of experimentation. With fluid dynamics, (the same physics that naturally occur in large-scale flows on Earth, other planets and in space), Marsh explores how different viscosities and densities of paint interact. Marsh’s work will be on exhibit in Gallery I of the National Center for Atmospheric Research Mesa Lab Dec 1, 2014 to Jan 30, 2015.
Photography For A Change Group Exhibit Featured at NCAR
PFAC is an organization which displays exquisite photographs of our natural and human environment, both online and in physical venues, with proceeds from print sales going to support two carefully selected local non-profit organizations—Attention Homes and Western Resource Advocates. In this UCAR show, we feature four excellent local photographers who have donated their images to the cause: Dana Bove, Bryce Bradford, Maria Rosa Fusté, and Daniel Joder, each with a unique vision of the world we think you will enjoy. A significant portion of sales from this show (50% at a minimum) will go to support the above-mentioned non-profits. PFAC group exhibit will be on display in Gallery II of the National Center for Atmospheric Research Mesa Lab Dec 1, 2014 to Jan 30, 2015.