Art & Heritage Center
October 15, 2020 through January 10, 2021
(UN)SETTLED is a community art exhibition that brings together regional artists working in all mediums to express the darker side of being human. Explore contemporary artworks that express fears both real and imagined as well as the beauty and enlightenment that can comes from examining those fears. Artist compete for first, second, and third place, first place poetry winner, as well as the Community Choice Award, determined by the public.
Did you miss the live awards reception?
Watch a recording of the event on WindsorTV
Kinesiology: The Study of the Mechanics of Body Movements (Closed)
Community Recreation Center, Gallery Hallway
January 10 through April 2, 2020
Explore the sculpture of local artist Michael Tschampl.
Print Renaissance: Mid-Century Masters of American Printmaking (Closed)
Art & Heritage Center
December 26, 2019 through March 15, 2020
On loan from the CU Museum at the University of Colorado Boulder, this exhibition featured artists such as Robert Rauschenberg, Andy Warhol, Claes Oldenberg and more in a celebration of 20th-century masters of American printmaking.
Ronald B. Kitaj, American (1932-2007),
“A Life A,” 1975, edition 3/50, lithograph, 29 x 21 inches. Gift of Polly and Mark Addison to the Polly and Mark Addison Collection, CU Art Museum, University of Colorado Boulder, 91.04.56. © Ronald B. Kitaj
Historic Windsor: The Past in Color (Closed)
October 10 to December 15, 2019
Opening Reception: Thursday, October 17 from 5 to 7 pm
Familiar images from Windsor’s past are re-imagined in full color. Members of the Windsor Lake Artists Guild drew inspiration from historic photographs of Windsor to recreate in stunning watercolor paintings. These colorful paintings come to life as they are complemented with artifacts from the Town of Windsor Museum’s collection and information about the time and place the image was captured.
BUILD! Frontiers (Closed)
June 20 through September 22, 2019
A traveling exhibit on loan from the City of Greeley Museums comes to Windsor this summer! "BUILD! Frontiers" combines regional history with toy bricks to create a memorable museum experience. Visitors can use their imagination at construction stations, customize and race toy brick cars, and even take a photo with a giant toy brick statue.
Art Across the Ages Student Art Show (Closed)
May 9 through June 2, 2019
The Weld RE-4 School District is proud to present “Art Across the Ages,” an exhibition of artwork by K-8 students from all five Windsor elementary schools. This exciting exhibition highlights student creativity, talent, and voice, and includes art mediums of sculpture, painting, drawing, ceramic, and fiber art, to name a few. Come celebrate the visual arts and see what our Windsor students have been working on all year!
Trees are for Everyone Student Poster Exhibition (Closed)
April 4 through 24, 2019
In collaboration with the Windsor Tree Board, this exhibition of Arbor Day posters and poetry created by Windsor K-8 students showcases the importance of trees in our community. Winning poetry and poster submissions will be selected for the Annual Windsor Arbor Day Calendar.
Mash-Up: An Artist Invitational (Closed)
November 30, 2018 through March 10, 2019
Three local artists come together to create a unique exhibition that will stimulate your senses.
Mary-Ann Kokoska’s artwork in Mash-Up is inspired by the Poudre River. Her large-scale artwork reflects the majestic beauty and importance of water in our community. Kokoska’s artwork has been exhibited around the world including New York, London, and Prague and she is currently a professor at Colorado State University in the Department of Art and Art History.
Sharon J. Carlisle’s sculptural installation, "Tending Primitive Emergence" is created from altered objects and is an expression of honor and gratitude towards one of our most basic human needs - water. Carlisle uses diverse materials to express concepts, concerns, and observations relating to energy in all its forms and interconnections.
Chad Seelig’s digital art and new media installations borrow from the genre of sci-fi, where he explores the connections between actual experience and simulated realities. Seelig’s artwork has been exhibited at the Boise Art Museum and he has worked for galleries and museums in Massachusetts, Georgia, and New York City. He is currently a professor at Colorado State University and Front Range Community College, and 2D studio manager for MSU Denver.