Go Fish on exhibit in the Cloyde Snook Gallery

Courtesy photo An opening reception for the Adams State Cloyde Snook Gallery exhibit, Go Fish, begins at 5 p.m. Thursday, March 14. Pictured, “Rio Grande Cuttthroat” by Susan Andrews is included in the exhibition.

ALAMOSA – The Adams State University Cloyde Snook Gallery will feature Go Fish, a national juried exhibition, from March 11 through April 18. An opening reception is scheduled from 5 p.m. until 7 p.m. on Thursday, March 14, in the Art Building.

Throughout history, aquatic animals have been represented in all types of art work. This exhibition looks at contemporary interpretations that conceptually and/or literally are inspired by fish, fishing or aquatic fauna. The exhibit includes works from twenty-five artists from sixteen states. 

The Go Fish exhibition is a collaboration between the ASU Art Department, Trout Unlimited, Project Healing Waters and Alamosa Parks and Recreation.

Along with works by national artists, the exhibit will include paintings by local kids from Alamosa Elementary School, Antonito Homeschool Consortium, and Creede Grade School. Proceeds and donations from the exhibition will go to the Alamosa Parks and Recreation to support local youth fishing programs.

For information contact the Adams State Art Department Office at 719-587-7823 or Eugene Schilling, gallery director at 719-587-7301.


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