Officials with the El Paso Art Association (EPAA) announced that The Crossland Gallery reopened this week and features works by area artists.
“We have opened our doors. We are thrilled to be able to see friends and fill the gallery with art and laughter once again,” gallery officials shared.
The gallery, located at 500 West Paisano, had been closed since March 2020 due to the pandemic.
First up for the reopened gallery is an EPAA Members Exhibit with artists, Terrance Flores and John W. MacKenzie. Colorful, fabulous pieces adorn the walls of the gallery.
“All are welcomed to stop in to see this colorful festive show feature two of El Paso’s favorite artists, Terrance Flores and John W. MacKenzie,” gallery officials added.
A small exhibit of architectural drawings by EPAA founder and architect Richard Licht on display as well.
New Hours for the gallery are Wednesday through Friday 11:30am-4:40pm, and Saturday 10:30am-1:30pm
Show will be on display through May, 15, 2021.
Visitors will get
- Free raffle for Terrance Flores piece called Picasso Heart.
- $5.00 coupon for one of the following: new memberships, renewing memberships or future exhibit entry fee.
Opening Reception at Gallery courtesy Karla Zanelli/EPAA