Senior living community’s art exhibit, Nov. 18-25

Posted by WendyDalessandro

The Covenant Village of Colorado Art Guild is presenting An Art Showing, a week-long art exhibit featuring original oil, watercolor, acrylic paintings, collage, metal sculptures and more. The exhibit begins Saturday, Nov. 18 and continues through Saturday, Nov. 25, 2017, 8:00 a.m.-8:00 p.m., daily, in the Village Center Great Room at Covenant Village of Colorado, located 9153 Yarrow Street, Westminster. An artists’ reception with light refreshments is on Saturday, Nov. 18 at 2:00-4:00 p.m. The public is invited to view the exhibit and attend the reception at no charge.

An Art Showing features 30-plus paintings and sculptures created by 16 artists living at Covenant Village of Colorado, a faith-based senior living community that offers a variety of art classes through its LifeConnect® University. The residents are both seasoned artists and new to creative expression and are members of the community’s Art Guild.

“The exhibit showcases the joy of creativity and art making,” said Vickie Krudwig, the Resident Life Director at Covenant Village of Colorado. “These fine artists crafted beautiful and unique pieces, proving creativity and expression are alive and well at any age.”

On display and donated for the silent auction, courtesy of the late Jane Seaborg, is an oil painting created by the late Dorothy Moore, founder of the Covenant Village of Colorado Art Guild. The silent auction runs throughout the week of the show; the winner will be announced and contacted after the exhibit concludes. Proceeds from the auction benefit the Creative Arts Fund which supports the arts and activities at Covenant Village of Colorado and in the local community.

The exhibition is free and open to the public. For more information, please call 877-341-0295 or visit Facebook at


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