“PANIC!”, the 2nd and final mural at our Gallery was completed by our director, STACE. 22 ft x 96 ft : 11 ft x 56 ft Oil on brick/metal/wood
Three Twenty Gallery hosts first artist in residence, Brother Maars, featuring art inspired by Las Animas. Read the full article by La Junta Tribune-Democrat here.
Dave Armstrong, writer for La Junta Tribune Democrat, interviews contemporary artist Brother Maars at Three Twenty Gallery about his first residency. “That great interruption is an ever-occurring thing in New York” he said. “Here, it happens, but it’s so different and far less often.” While in residence at the Three Twenty Gallery, Brother Maars created…
Preparing for our soft opening with a few updates.
Back with our latest renovation – The reception desk. Now, a sleek entry with focus on the current exhibits. Immediately upon entry you’ll be greeted with smiles from our receptionist and information from the monitors – embedded in our (upcoming) green wall. Details after the jump.
STACE’s latest mural “Hopeful” (30 ft x 50 ft/Oil on brick) was featured front page in the Bent County Democrat. Check out the complete process after the jump.
A tall Borneo “Thinking Man” sculpture. Stained in a dark finish, this sculpture is hand made by the Balikpapan People of Indonesia. It depicts a man with lobed headdress, seated with his elbows on his knees, and hands on his cheeks. Made on the island of Borneo. The Thinker (French: Le Penseur) is a bronze…
Our director and curator, STACE, was featured on the front page of the Bent County Democrat (Released October 22, 2020) Written by Dave Armstrong
Renovations begin all throughout the building until our grand opening. Huge thanks to Adam and his team for taking on the first phase of deconstruction. We’re currently operating by appointment only.