Patterns in the Sanctuary Art Gallery through Nov 12th

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“Energy Reflected” by Nancy Sullo

Join us in the Sanctuary Art Gallery at First Church to enjoy Patterns, the current exhibit in this unique and beautiful gallery space. The show runs through Sunday, November 12th.

When Can I See Patterns?

Every Sunday: Enjoy Patterns from 11:30 am–12:00 pm (after the 10:30 am worship service) through November 12th.

There is no admission charge, and ALL are welcome!

There will be an OPENING RECEPTION for Patterns on Sat, Aug 27th, from 12:00-3:00 pm. Come experience the art, meet some of the artists, and enjoy refreshments. Free admission, and ALL are welcome!


“View of Elizabeth’s Winery” by Sara Geller

More about Patterns

Patterns—a repeated design, a set of instructions, weather patterns, behavior patterns, patterns in nature (for example, parts of trees, snowflakes, water ripples, animal markings, fingerprints), symbols, patterns in architecture, or musical patterns—our lives and environments are filled with patterns. You will love how these talented artists have chosen to interpret this theme that is so omnipresent in our everyday lives.


The Sanctuary Art Gallery has a beautiful WEBSITE!

CLICK HERE to visit the site.

FOLLOW the Sanctuary Art Gallery on social media:
Facebook (sanctuaryartgallery), Instagram (@sanctuaryartgallery) and Twitter (sanctuaryartgal).


“Beach Memories” by Barbara Olson
Parking Suggestions: Parking is available in the underground garage below the TGTHR (formerly Attention Homes) Apartments, next door to First Church. To access this garage, turn into the alley from either 14th or 15th Street (between Spruce and Pine Streets), and enter the garage opposite the church building. Look for spaces marked “FUMC Parking.” All paid street parking in the neighborhood is free on Sundays. There are also two paid parking lots on 15th Street, both within two blocks of the church. One is between Walnut and Pearl, and one is between Pearl and Spruce. Please leave parking spaces in the church’s circle driveway available for folks who need closer access to the building.

Public Transit: First Church is located two blocks from the downtown Boulder Walnut Street bus station (corner of 14th and Walnut). Both local and regional busses serve this station.


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