October 17, 2020
6 - 9 PM
6609A Hillcrest Ave Dallas, TX 75205
Join us as we celebrate our upcoming fall exhibition featuring new works by Jena Rawley Taylor & Dallas locals Lizzie Bailey & Elizabeth Taylor. There will be an open bar & admission is free. A portion of sales from the reception will benefit the Down Syndrome Guild of Dallas.
August 29, 2020
10 AM - 5 PM
6609A Hillcrest Ave Dallas, TX 75205
Jeff “Skele” Sheely’s paintings & Nic Noblique’s sculptures collide in this new collaborative exhibition featuring stunning & unique combinations of the artists’ signature styles & elements. We are currently booking private appointments to view works & meet the artists’ on Saturday, August 29th.
March 6, 2020
6609A Hillcrest Ave University Park, TX 75205
Out of the Blue
Join us in celebrating as we reopen Cerulean Gallery’s Dallas location!
The reception for our grand opening exhibition, Out Of The Blue, will be on held Friday, March 6 from 6 – 9 pm.
After a complete renovation, we’re reopening inside the original Snider Plaza location. Admission is free and valet parking is complimentary.
January 31, 2020
5pm - 8pm
Embassy Suites in downtown Amarillo
550 S Buchanan St
Amarillo, TX 79101
We’re excited to exhibit over 30 local artists in our NEW LOCATION inside Embassy Suites in downtown Amarillo. Join us as we celebrate the start of a new season for Cerulean Gallery. This year’s anniversary reception will benefit the Panhandle Adult Rebuilding Center (the PARC) and their work serving the homeless population of Amarillo.
Up through April 19.
October 17, 2019
6:00pm - 8:30pm
Embassy Suites in downtown Amarillo 550 S Buchanan St Amarillo, TX 79101
In Tune Project
Current exhibition of artwork by Mayor Ginger Nelson, Jon Revett, Carment Menza and 29 artists featured in High Plains Public Radio’s “Postcards from the High Plains”
8 | 10 | 11 | 12 Project
Previous Exhibition of artwork by Christian Price Frazer, Jena Rawley Taylor, Israel Guajardo, Trudy Kraft, Bonnie Siebert, Sabrina Siebert. Benefitting Amarillo Little Theater.
Down to Earth Project
Previous Exhibition of artwork by Fritz Danner, LeslieFriedman, ArmandoPardavell, ShannonPierce, NathanTaylor, VictoriaTaylor-Gore.
Benefitting The Amarillo Symphony.
Above And Below
Previous Exhibition of artwork by Jon Revett, Judy Rogers, Mike LaFleur, Amy Thoennes, and Joshua Sorenson.
A portion of the evenings sales will benefit Lone Star Ballet.
Previous Exhibition of artwork by Sarah Atlee, Lizzie Bailey, Uta-Maria Krapf, Jane Roulston, Bonnie Siebert, Sabrina Siebert, and Liana Yarkin.
A portion of the proceeds will benefit Panhandle Breast Health.
Previous Exhibition of artwork by Liana Yarkin, Sarah Atlee, Lizzie Bailey, Uta-Marie Krapf, Jane Roulston, Bonnie Siebert, and Sabrina Siebert.
A portion of the evening’s sales will benefit the local non-profit of the buyer’s choice.
Previous Exhibition of artwork by Anne Amerson, J. Greg Burgess, Christian Price Frazer, Trudy Kraft, Shannon Pierce, Clayton Spaulding and Marilyn Yanke.
Floor to Ceiling
Previous exhibit featuring the works of Nic Noblique, Ginger Nelson, Robin Hazard, Christina Hall-Strauss, Jena Rawley Taylor and Nathan Taylor.
A portion of sales during the reception will benefit The Amarillo Symphony.
You Name It
Previous exhibit featuring John Gary Brown, Fritz Danner, Cheryl D. McClure, Robert P. McGraw, Jonathan Millet, Richard Alan Nichols, Neal Nossaman, Kristy Snell and Jeff Williams.
A portion of the evening’s sales will benefit Panhandle-Plains Historical Museum
Previous exhibit featuring Marsha Clements, Jim Ingham, Pam Sheldon Mayes, Peter Robbins, Patricia Murphy Robitalle, Mason Taylor, Amy Wilmoth Watts, and Jerry Glynn Williams.
A portion of the evening’s sales will go to benefit Texas Outdoor Musical.
Revelry in Color
Copy of Altered Horns
20″w x 20″h
Mixed media on canvas
Copy of Untitled 1
Image Size: 9″w x 11 3/8″H
Overall Size: 16″w x 18 1/2″h
Pen and ink on paper