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Comment Archives: Locations: Art Venues: Art Gallery

Re: “Ivywild School

This old school building in a residential neighborhood is a cool setting. Good food and great atmosphere.

Bernie J

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Posted by Bernie J on 11/14/2014 at 10:05 PM

Re: “Kadoya Gallery

A great space for exploring fresh and innovative contemporary art in the historic Tutt Building (National Register of Historic Places) right on Central Plaza and the ARTery in Downtown Pueblo. The Gallery offers new shows each month and offers an opportunity to get to know the artist(s) at the opening reception and also participates in Pueblo's vibrant First Friday Art Walks each month throughout the year.

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Posted by Zipper Swansea on 07/16/2014 at 7:14 PM

Re: “Voodoo Leatherworks

Awesome new place! The teas are wonderful, the staff is open and friendly and the food is great!! Worth getting off the main drag for!! Live music on Tuesdays and I hear they will have open mic nights as well starting this month!!

1 like, 1 dislike
Posted by Valerie Baldovi on 06/07/2013 at 9:45 PM

Re: “Voodoo Leatherworks

I love this place! The staff is very friendly, the food is great and the tea is *amazing*! It's certainly a bit off the beaten path, but it's worth it. It's certainly not a conventional tea house and it's still early in it's development - having opened doors in April, but the atmosphere is cozy and relaxed. It's also great to have a new music venue in the Springs on Tuesday nights. Definitely worth checking out!

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Posted by Paul Ulmer on 06/07/2013 at 7:24 AM

Re: “Manitou Art Center

Local artists gravitate here. There are art studios for rent, thus working artists who can be observed, or you may choose to be one of them. Community-oriented, as the name suggests, there are meetings, shows, and a bookstore "The Black Cat" making it a friendly place to be.

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Posted by Parris Larrain on 05/07/2013 at 10:34 AM

Re: “5th and Main Espresso Bar

Fast FUD! Cheap Coffee (Organo Gold). No Dessert! Focaccia on pannini tasted like cardboard. You do get a bag of chips and a pickle probably from Sam's Club or Cosco. Make sure you stop in the restroom first for paper towels...napkins are like tissue paper. Overpriced! Never Again!

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Posted by foodie123 on 05/07/2013 at 6:20 AM

Re: “Sangre de Cristo Arts Center

Out of the hotel control but just an FYI. Check the schedule of the performing arts complex on Santa Fe. During the summer they have outdoor concerts in their stage and you can hear EVERYTHING from the hotel. It started about 6:00 on Friday night and was supposed to end, the music did not stop until 1:00am!!! I was pissed and if it wants so late we would have been asked to be moved. I'm from Denver and if a concert is to end a specific time it ends or the police get involved! Please be considerate to those in the area who are not attending your music events and staying at the hotels, trying to get a nights sleep! My poor son woke up with bags under his eyes! I would expects more from a cultural events center!

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Posted by Nekol Daley on 07/07/2012 at 8:48 AM

Re: “Fare Bella Studio and Gallery

A gallery filled with the unique visions of talented local artists in a variety of media and the recommended Edge framing business; the boutique has beautiful one-of-a-kind jewely and gift items. The owner, Patrice, is a watercolor artist and instructor.

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Posted by Kathy Paradise on 12/08/2011 at 8:48 AM

Re: “The Warehouse Restaurant and Gallery

Way overpriced, and lacks ambiance.

Posted by LeoK on 04/26/2011 at 7:23 PM

Re: “Paint the Town

I have become addicted! Spending evenings with Paint the Town has become my therapy to break away from the craziness and stress of the week. Open, friendly, peaceful, accepting and fun atmosphere just melts the stress away. The instructor Bev always has a warm smile, encouraging word or crazy dance. I have brought children with me all accepted and encouraged. One child is special needs and Bev was a blessing. I totally APPRECIATE that is an alcohol free zone! I WILL be back.

Posted by SplishSplash on 04/06/2011 at 9:07 AM

Re: “Paint the Town

Loved every minute of Paint the Town! What an awesome night!!!

Posted by sarakelly on 03/03/2011 at 8:59 PM

Re: “Paint the Town

Our family recently joined a Paint-the-town painting party and had a blast! What a fun way to spend a cold, blustery evening with our kids. The new north-side Colorado Springs location is easy-access with plenty of free parking. The jivey music kept our creativity flowing while painters laughed with one another. Miss Bev, the owner/artist, led the class of all ages with her easy, happy style. By evenings end, we had met new friends and took home our own splashy sunflower canvases. We couldn't of had more fun as a family! And I will return soon with my office co-workers for a private team-building event to inspire some fresh ideas. Paint-the-Town is a new form of entertainment, safe for all ages, with lots of different classes, private parties and "fun"raising too! Go check it out! I bet you'll get hooked like we did and join-in more than once!
Carmen and family

Posted by billy on 02/25/2011 at 6:02 PM

Re: “The Warehouse Restaurant and Gallery

Thanks KCMike,
Honestly was not my intent at all to bump up my ratings, and now that this possible issue of rating push has been brought to my attention, it will not happen again; appreciate the note.
Lawrence "Chip" Johnson - President of Exigence, Inc.
Proprietor, Executive Chef and Gallery Director
The Warehouse Restaurant and Gallery

Posted by ManitouChef on 02/15/2011 at 11:39 AM

Re: “The Warehouse Restaurant and Gallery

I don't think either of Manitou Chef's comments warrant 5 stars. I agree a response was necessary for both, but why rate so highly? I guess it does bump up the overall rating of the restaurant.

Posted by KCMike on 02/15/2011 at 8:45 AM

Re: “The Warehouse Restaurant and Gallery

The poster of this review has absolutely no proof whatsoever that his illness is related to his dining at my restaurant. We have served dozens of the same menu items as he had over the last few days, without any other concerns or complaints from any other guests. And during his phone call to me just minutes before this posting, he was saying he was too ill to get out of bed, yet now he can pull himself together enough to quickly fire off revenge posts? He just assumes that I should write him a check without any kind of medical procedures to link his illness to dining at my establishment! I am more than happy to address his concerns if they are valid, but to claim a supposed food illness without this being proven to be a food illness, or a food illness related to my facility is ignorant, irresponsible, intentionally harmful and reckless behavior.
Lawrence "Chip" Johnson - President of Exigence, Inc.
Proprietor, Executive Chef and Gallery Director
The Warehouse Restaurant and Gallery

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Posted by ManitouChef on 02/14/2011 at 7:55 PM

Re: “The Warehouse Restaurant and Gallery

Nothing against my server because she was great . But took my lady out for dinner to The Warehouse, it was our first time there. Spent over $100 .. Service is nice , food is overpriced in areas , but overall service was nice.. The following day I'm sick like all hell , couldn't eat anything except for throwing up all the food I ate there. I contact them as soon as I can in bed because I'm that sick . I speak to the manager and tell them my concern. Told him service was nice but I got sick off the food.This guy tells me i need to run test and this that and the forth to be certain I got sick from their establishment. Doesn't offer to replace dinner or anything, says I'm out if luck . Remember I just spent over $100 and nothing except and apology but a your out of luck till you have test run..WTF !!! Please advise don't show any love their way especially because their after a profit and their not looking for their customers well being.

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Posted by Justlive on 02/14/2011 at 7:17 PM

Re: “Línea de Vida Gallery

The variety of media I saw used in the various pieces of work on display was quite diverse and interesting. The show was definitely atypical, if compared to the work usually seen in other Old Colorado City art galleries that have been around for a while. There were no works of art on dispaly at this gallery featuring the typically seen Aspen trees, pine trees, or mountain seens, which are usually aimed at tourists visiting the area who do not see these types of sceens on an everyday basis.

The show was a breath of fresh air for the Colorado Springs art enthusiast, such as myself! I saw non-representational three-dimensional sculptural forms made from metal, wood, paint, and/or fiber, hand dyed fiberart pieces, pastel drawings, charcoal drawings, charcoal combined with pastel drawings, colored pencil drawings, pen and ink drawings, paintings, pieces featuring non-traditional, recycled materials, and even a tryptych consisting of framed silk ribbon weavings. There were quite a few portraits, an interior sceen, some intriguing still lifes, and a few photographic pieces, as well.

Every art enthusiast should come see this show before it ends soon. The last show is on Friday, February 4th from 5-8. There will be a reception and the opportunity to speak with each of the 12 artists on display about their artwork, which always makes viewing art more interesting.

Posted by FiberArtRocks!55 on 02/01/2011 at 2:04 PM

Re: “Línea de Vida Gallery

I've seen this variety of work and I highly recommend spending some time with each piece.

Posted by Shineplants on 01/06/2011 at 9:00 PM

Re: “Cucuru Gallery Café

Great coffee, and Great art.... A winning combonation made even better by sweet people behind the counter!!!

Posted by Deirdre deProspero on 10/31/2010 at 10:20 AM

Re: “Colachi Arts

Tina, the owner of Colachi Arts, is a faithful supporter of art and artists in general; she really believes in the artists & their work she has on display. She is a very interesting person to talk with. Tina is an artist, too, and really understands the process of creativity. I guess we are all just numbers in a very busy world were it not for the peace and serenity you can derive just from taking a few moments and enjoying some artistic expressions in this wonderful gallery.

Posted by Fraunhoffer on 08/17/2010 at 4:24 AM

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