August 2017

Telluride Arts’ HQ gallery in Telluride, Colorado presents, “Emergence,” an exhibit by Christopher Beaver. The Art Walk opening reception will be held Thursday, August 3, 5-8 p.m.

The nature of this show has evolved and changed as the work emerged. What was once a wildly conceptual installation has transformed into a simple statement of Beaver’s inner self. Never being given the opportunity to explore art as a path in life, this creative outlet has become a way for Beaver to express different aspects of himself. This body of work is a genuine exposure and emergence. While the mediums vary throughout the show, they each reflect an uncharted territory of, what Beaver describes as, his “inner sanctuary.” The things that Beaver finds most sacred in life and the marriage of those beliefs are the guiding influence in all of the work. 

Christopher Beavers long time passion and commitment to self-healing and personal growth has been the central focus of his creative voice. He is a published author, an internationally known and respected teacher, and a student of many disciplines—from Buddhism to shamanic philosophies. His artistic expressions have lead him down the path of jewelry and working in PMC, a silver based clay form.  This exhibit is his first venture into exploring past the boundaries of metal and stone. 

The show runs through August 2017 at Telluride Arts HQ Gallery, located at 135 W Pacific in Telluride, Colorado. Open daily from 12-6pm or by appointment.

 

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