AN ART SHOW OF INTROSPECTION, ILLUMINATION, INSPIRATION, REFLECTING EINSTEIN’S RELATIONSHIP
TO MUSIC AND THE ARTA.
Community Creative Center Gallery
Carnegie Library, 200 Matthews Street, Fort Collins
June 17 – 19, 12:00 – 6:00 pm daily (Free entrance)
June 19, quARTet connect — Grand Opening of the Art Show
5:30 – 8:00pm, $10 adults, Free students
June 20, 3:30 – 7:00pm open for concert and reception
June 20, Tet a Tet: quar, quin, and oc! — A Final Closing Concert
featuring the Miami String Quartet
Tickets: $15 adults, $5 students, purchase on June’s Festival Events page.
PYCh joins forces with local artists in a juried art show with additional works from CSU Art Department’s International Poster Festival Archives, photographer Bob Willis and the Rocky Mountain Woodturners. Proceeds from ticket and art sales support Project Youth and Chamber Music (PYCh). —- we present a mixture of the Arts for a light and music filled celebration of Einstein’s great achievements.
Visit our eclectic exhibit. Bring a friend that loves art or has never experienced it up close and personal. Go home with a piece or two while benefiting local artists and Project Youth & Chamber Music’s educational programming. Plus, enjoy our Vintages Wine sponsored Reception that also highlights our great local restaurants and their signature dishes!
Born and raised in Bangkok, Thailand, my art career began as an illustrator and graphic designer. Besides the love of designs, my passion has always been in creating fine art and the majority of my work is now focused on bold, vibrant, and