Next week! September 15, 16, 17, 2017

CherryArts Festival at Stanley is a free weekend event for the whole family and features a nationally juried art show with 100 exhibiting artists,  children's activities , art installations, local food trucks  and live entertainment.  Learn more here!

Louise Valentine & Brian Provencher

Elaine Ware

Thomas McGurrin

Ron & Christine Sisco

Stephen & Bonnie Harmston

Scott Hildebrandt

Theresa Carson

Kristin Gruenberger

Judi & Robert Bergin

Sunday, September 17, 2017

Activities for all ages will make this a memorable experience and new annual tradition for all that love brunch and art, featuring interactive take-home 
art activities, a fabulous brunch menu,  beverages, Ketel One Bloody Mary's, mimosas, live music and more! 

Brunch favorites will prepared by the incredible and popular, " Foodie Call  Catering" known for "love disguised as food", and will include black pepper candied bacon, an assortment of egg frittatas (gluten free), French toasted croissant casserole, potatoes o'brien, and site-grilled honey-lime fruit skewers. Many of the ingredients served are grown in the caterer's mo untain gardens. 

  • Screen printing - do it yourself silk screening with fun designs
  • Metalwork- use metal stamping to create a unique piece of jewelry or art piece
  • Watercolor- explore new techniques and create your own masterpiece
  • Button making- make and wear your own custom button!

More exciting details continue to unfold! Early purchase is encouraged 
as tickets are limited to 300 attendees.

Nicole Banowetz  is a Denver sculptor who makes sewn inflatable sculptures and delicate assembled forms. Her artwork addresses vulnerability and struggle. She empowers objects through embellishment, building up protective layers, which with time become destructive. Her forms move freely between growth and decay blurring the distinction between decoration and disease. 

Nicole works professionally as an artist in sculpture, design installation, and education. She graduated from Colorado State University in 2004 with a BFA in sculpture. She has also lived and worked internationally creating and/or showing work in India, Italy, Ireland, Russia, Germany, Sweden, Poland, Taiwan and England. 
Freshman Visual Arts Majors from
Denver School of the Arts  consider rapid technological changes in several sculptures using discarded computer items. Students are exploring the constant appearnce of new objects and the total integration of technology into contemporary life.
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CherryArts is a non-profit corporation whose mission provides access to art experiences and supports arts education in Colorado, since 1991. Along with the Cherry Creek Arts Festival, CherryArts Festival at Stanley and Art Brunch, CherryArts fulfills its year-round art education and outreach mission through programs including the Mobile Art Gallery, Mobile Art Cart, Artist in Residence programs and the Janus Henderson Investors Student Art Buying Program.