Former Springs artist lends wearable art piece to local galleries

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Former Springs artist lends wearable art piece to local galleries CS Independent, June 20, 2019; New Zealand’s World of WearableArt graces the the colorado springs fine arts center CS Independent, June 20, 2019; 2018-19 Henry Award nominations again full of celebration and surprises Denver Center for the Performing Arts, June 17, 2019

In this Thursday, Feb. 16, 2017 photo, a guard stands in the gallery by a detail of a piece entitled "Persephone’s Descent" by Stuart Johnson which is part the "WOW – World of Wearable Art" show at the Peabody Essex Museum in Salem, Mass. (AP Photo/Michael Dwyer)

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The Squash Blossom, Colorado Springs, is located in Historical Old Colorado City. Opening in 1973, this location has maintained its reputation for fine art, jewelry, bronze and home accessories. The artisans & jewelers you’ll find in Colorado Springs come from all corners of the world. Included in the collection are over 15 local jewelers and artisans.

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Like many of the artists, Pobst believes the concept of wearable art is a natural transition from fine art, and she says it is catching on in the United States. "Fun" seems to be the common.

Lon Michels, An Artful Life. With his new boutique gallery in Palm Springs, he is poised to share his inspiring art with the Coachella Valley, and along with his partner Todd Olson, give back to charities dear to their hearts. His connection with art started when Michels was a child, as his mother, an artist herself,