NoBo Art District

First Friday Reception 4/5: A Night in Paris

Come and enjoy Richard Saxon’s photography exhibit, Art through the Lens at a special, Paris-themed First Friday Reception on April 5 from 6-9 PM. At this “Night in Paris,” Rich will feature some of his Parisian photography, and the FUMC youth will provide French-themed refreshments (donations benefit this year’s Puerto Rico mission trip). All photographs are for sale, and Rich is donating 25% of proceeds to the Puerto Rico mission trip. There is no admission charge, and absolutely everyone is welcome!

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The Dress Series, a Fiber Art Exhibit by Barbara Olson through January 27

Come and see The Dress Series: Personal Narratives, a fiber art exhibit by artist-in-residence and longtime FUMC member Barbara Olson! The Dress Series will hang in our sanctuary gallery through January 27, 2019. To learn more about Barbara and her work, visit her website.   There will be a First Friday reception celebrating The Dress […]

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Driven to Abstraction Exhibit continues in Sanctuary Gallery through August 30

Driven to Abstraction is an exhibit of abstract paintings by NoBo (North Boulder) Art District member artists Linda Bice, Betsy Cole, Jennifer Johnson, Lori Mattina and Connie Slack. Located in the sanctuary gallery space of our historic downtown church, these beautiful and colorful paintings are enhanced during daylight hours by sunlight streaming through the stained […]

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Boundless Joy Exhibit in the Sanctuary Gallery

Have you noticed Boundless Joy, an exhibit of fiber art currently hanging in our sanctuary gallery? The exhibit is presented by the group, Boundless Fiber Artists, a 10-year-old critique and design group. Each piece in this exhibit is technically a quilt and has its roots in a long tradition of domestic and demonstration quilting. Techniques […]

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Exhibit in our Sanctuary Gallery: Art as Medicine: Artists in Recovery

First United Methodist Church of Boulder is pleased to offer a gallery space in our sanctuary as part of our church’s Arts for the Soul program. Curators Barbara Olson and Richard Saxon, both artists-in-residence and church members, bring fantastic exhibits by local artists to our sanctuary walls.   The current exhibit, Art as Medicine: Artists […]

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