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Broomfield Auditorium Gallery
City of RainbowsGallery Information
The Gallery is located in the Broomfield Auditorium lobby and features David Stephen's City of Rainbows. This artwork was presented to the City and County of Broomfield from the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities on June 15, 2002.



Gallery Hours: Tuesdays, Thursday, Saturdays, 1 - 5 p.m. and during Audi Events.
Click here for events calendar
. The gallery will be closed on holidays and city closures.







Contact
Cheryl German
Gallery Coordinator

3 Community Park Road
Broomfield, CO 80020
303.464.5829




zinkGallery Exhibit April 14 - June 9

Charlotte Zink
zinkmetalart.com

Artist's Statement

Born and raised in New Orleans, Louisiana, I came out to Colorado in 1987, studied at UC, Boulder and received a BA in Studio Arts & Art Education.  In years past I’ve enjoyed working in watercolor, mask making and hand made paper. Since 1998 my artwork focus has been drawing, painting and sculpting different metals with the assistance of my husband, Ben; together we work as Zink Metal Art.

I offer a fluid, feminine sense of design and form to the metal, and Ben works as our solid fabricator and engineer. Sometimes I’ve sketched and reflected on the suzinkbject matter before I begin drawing on the metal sheet, and other times I enjoy letting my unconscious guide the images, shapes and forms that emerge. Ben cuts most of our designs with a hand held plasma cutter, and we work together on our different finishes. Collaborating on sculpture designs, layouts, finishing and installation has taught us both so very much about the art process and ourselves. We’re proud to have created an extensive body of work in this time; both small and large scale pieces in private and public collections worldwide.

Drawing has been an essential part of my life for as long as I can remember.  For me, making art objects is a way of translating my inner visions and thought processes into a tangible outer reality, something we can look at, touch, appreciate and share.  As time goes by I find myself really giving into art more and more, accepting both the challenges and the incredible grace it brings. I feel very grateful to spend my working hours doing something I truly love, with the total support of my family and friends.


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Interested in showing your artwork at the Auditorium Gallery?

Submit the Proposal Fom (pdf or word doc) to Cheryl German at . Images can be shared through Dropbox. Click here for gallery exhibition policy.