JC Spock at Convergence Gallery

JC Spock, 1930s Hanging Chiles (2021), mixed media on panel

Whether she’s painting landscapes of the Southwest, architectural structures, or the vintage farm trucks, barns, and silos of a disappearing agricultural way of life, Colorado-based artist JC Spock invests her work with a nostalgic atmosphere. “As an old soul, I’m drawn to old buildings, old documents and old history,” she says in a statement. “I love to scour antique shops for vintage/antique ephemera to incorporate into my backgrounds.” Layers of History: Mixed Media by JC Spock, a solo exhibit of her work, features imagery from several bodies of work, including Life in the 1930s, which capture a vintage aesthetic. The title of the show is two-fold, referencing her historic subject matter as well as the added layers of material used to create each composition. The show opens with a 5 p.m. reception on Friday, July 30, and is on exhibit through Aug 19.



Convergence Gallery, 634 Canyon Road, 505-986-1245, convergencegallery.com

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