Museum Archive

Exhibits

James Surls and Charmaine Locke

Born in East Texas, James Surls has been creating works since the 1970s. Along with his wife, artist Charmaine Locke, the two have lived in the Roaring Fork Valley of Colorado since 1997. A muse for one another, their relationship acts as an essential force of inspiration for the pair. […]

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Colorado Springs Debutante Ball Committee Acquisitions

For half a century, the Colorado Springs Debutante Ball has been committed to the recognition of young women and their families, providing them with a year of meaningful experiences and culminating with an event befitting the grandeur of this tradition. Since the first Ball, held in December of 1967, the […]

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Periphery

Photographer Aaron Anderson captures the pride, dignity and beauty of those experiencing homelessness in Colorado Springs in a series of photos that will challenge the way you think about this marginalized group of people. With this exhibition, we hope to move a marginalized group of people from the periphery into […]

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A Reservoir of Occurrences

Stephen Batura has become well-known as a Colorado artist whose subject matter has remained close to home. His exquisite paintings are based upon the historical images of little-known Denver photographer Charles Lillybridge. His limited-palette paintings reflect the black-and-white source photographs, yet Batura alters the original images in order to economize […]

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All New Women

This innovative exhibition pairs the esteemed portraiture of John Singer Sargent with provocative self-portrait photographs by contemporary artist Cindy Sherman, whose Society Portraits depict her as a number of aging women of means. Sherman is one of the most important living artists in the United States, and her work has […]

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