Three Northern Colorado artists present their work in tapestry, metal sculpture, and encaustic painting. Diverse themes of architectural, horticultural, and anatomical content are imbued with common threads of pattern, mechanism and organism.
Charlotte Nichols is a metal artist working with copper, brass and precious metals. Her subjects are conceptual in nature and include mixed media sculpture, vessels, and fine jewelry.
A former educator, she has held the positions of Art Department Head and Professor of Art at Adams State College in Alamosa, Colorado and has taught Design and Metalsmithing at the University of Northern Colorado. Her home and studio are located in Fort Collins, Colorado and her work can be viewed at
Lynn Cornelius received her B.A. in Art History and her M.F.A. in Fibers from Colorado State University in Fort Collins. She currently teaches Fiber Design, Weaving, Drawing, and Art Education courses at the University of Northern Colorado in Greeley. She has been a contributing writer to Fiberarts Magazine and The Surface Design Journal. Her work in fiber and weaving are included in many public and private collections nationally.
Lauren Lipinski Eisen received an M.F.A. in Painting from Tulane University and a B.F.A. in Fine Arts from Columbus College of Art and Design. She has shown her work in galleries in London, New York, New Orleans, and San Francisco and has participated in exhibits at The Marin Museum of Contemporary Art, The Butler Institute of American Art, The SUNY Art Museum in Plattsburgh, New York, and the Masur Museum of Art in Monroe, Louisiana. Lauren is the recipient of many honors and awards and her work is included in several private, corporate, and public collections. Her work can be viewed at Laureneisenart.com
fabrication: fiber / metal / wax
- DATES: October 17 - November 18, 2011
- Opening Reception: Reception: Friday, October 21st, 5-7pm