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Artists and collectors: Re-think, re-use and re-invent yourself at the ReVisions art show!

The Rocky Mountain Sustainable Living Association and ReSource present the 3rd annual "Re-Visions" Art Show Fundraiser. This is an opportunity for local & regional artists to Re-think, Re-cycle, Re-use, and yes, Re-vise in order to express their unique visions of beauty and sustainability.

The show is a call to artists to support their community and speak to the immediacy of their environment(s). This is your chance to contribute and create; to be a part of a movement that is changing the way people on the Front Range live!

Show Opens May 1st at ReSource Fort Collins

Special Viewing May 7th
During the First Friday Gallery Walk

Culminating at the Armory Event Center
Saturday, May 15th, 2010 6-10pm

Re-Visions will be an interactive art show where artists’ works are used to bring together community on all levels. Re-Visions asks artists and participants to create a cyclical art experience that demonstrates how art enriches our lives at the core, creates balance and meaning, and helps us to truly live more sustainably.

All proceeds go to the Rocky Mountain Sustainable Living Association & ReSource. All submitted art is a tax-deductible donation.

Application for art submission and instructions can be found at: or All art must be submitted by the last day of April.

For more information please reach out to Art Directors: Erik Hofseth of or Kristina Cash of RMSLA




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