On First Friday in April, The Bridge Gallery presents Manitou Power Poles, Nudes, Collage, and Clayprints, an exhibit in various media by gallery member Michael Cellan. The exhibit opens 5-8 p.m. Friday, April 5, and runs through Saturday, April 27.
ABOUT THE EXHIBIT
This show is a collection of the many ideas and creations in Cellan’s head and hand. Whether humorous, playful or objective, his work is always engaging. The exhibit features digitally manipulated photographs, incongruent images, abstract prints and observations of art’s favorite subject, the nude.
ABOUT THE BRIDGE GALLERY
The Bridge Gallery is located at 218 W. Colorado Avenue and is open from noon to 4 p.m. Saturdays or by appointment. Information: www.thebridgeartgallery.com or 719-269-7055.
The Bridge Gallery is a contemporary fine art cooperative owned and operated by local artists. It was formed in 1994 by a group of 12 artists who met while members of another co-op that had closed. Still interested in working with each other, they found another location in an early 20th-century granary near the railroad tracks, in the original part of downtown Colorado Springs.
The Bridge Shop in the rear of the gallery contains artwork priced at $150 or less. Items include jewelry, cards, and other items perfect for gifts. All work is created by member artists.
Pictured: Watch Meat Man by Michael Cellan. Image courtesy the Bridge Gallery.