Images of the Southwest On Display at Willowstone Antique Marketplace
April 2, 2011, Colorado Springs. The "Images of the Southwest" photography of Joe R. Luciano of ImagesOfTheSouthwest.com, is now on display and for sale at the Willowstone Antique Marketplace located at 1710 Dublin Blvd. at the northwest corner of Academy Blvd. and Dublin Blvd. in the former Albertson's building.
The Willowstone Antique Marketplace just had their "soft opening" March 28th, with the grand opening planned for April 18th. They provide over 40,000 square feet of booths and display space for antiques, collectibles, art, and crafts. They are open every day from 10:00 AM to 6:00 PM.
Joe, a retired Computer System Engineer and 15 year resident of Colorado Springs, has been doing photography for over 45 years. Since moving to The Springs, the central theme of his photography has been the beautiful mountain landscapes, indigenous flora and fauna, and the southwestern culture and architecture.
19 of Joe's Southwest themed photos will be on display and for sale on the wall space located in aisle U at the junction of aisle B, which is located in the back west corner near the future snack bar. For more details, see the Shows & Events Page.
Photography Works Accepted by Pikes Peak Library District
Nov. 1, 2008, Colorado Springs. The Photography of Joe R. Luciano of ImagesOfTheSouthwest.com, through a juried process, has been accepted by the Pikes Peak Library District's Art Evaluation Committee for exhibit in the local Branch Libraries of Monument and Fountain.
Joe, a retired Computer System Engineer and 13 year resident of Colorado Springs, has been doing photography for over 40 years. Since moving to The Springs, the central theme of his photography has been the beautiful mountain landscapes, indigenous flora and fauna, and the southwestern culture and architecture.
21 of Joe's Southwest themed photos will be on display at the Monument Branch Library in the main desk area, magazine area, and Community Room for the month of November 2008, and in the Fountain Branch Library for the month of December 2008. For more details, see the Shows & Events Page.
Local Restaurant Supports Local Artists
Oct. 5, 2006, Colorado Springs. Marc Erickson, owner and head chef of The Nook, a local restaurant in Northeast Colorado Springs, believes in supporting the arts and local artists. For seven years now, the restaurant has provided a venue for local artists to display, and hopefully sell, their artwork in an elegant but casual dining atmosphere. Patrons of the restaurant can not only enjoy a delicious meal, but view and appreciate the art of local artisans.
Currently three local artists have their art hanging at the restaurant. Showing his "Images of the Southwest" photographs is Joe R. Luciano, a long-time photographer and 10-year resident of The Springs. Barbara J. Davies is displaying her water media portraying still life, abstract art, and scenic landscapes. Also showing her work is Dottie Lirette with several water colors of flowers and other still life. This art will be on display at The Nook for about six months.
The Nook serves only breakfast and lunch - and art. It is located at 2821 Dublin Blvd. on the northeast corner of Union Blvd. It is open Monday 6:30 AM -10:30 AM, and Tuesday through Sunday 7:00 AM -1:30 PM. Call 719-265-8980.
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