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Art on the Mesa

April 21, 2022

142 S Raven Mine Dr., Colorado Springs, CO

719-520-1899

Join Gold Hill Mesa and Cottonwood Center for the Arts for the presentation of "A Retrospective of Small Works", the newest exhibit in the Art on the Mesa series.

This free event takes place on April 21st from 5-7pm in the gallery at the Gold Hill Mesa Community
Center, 142 S Raven Mine Dr, Colorado Springs, 80905. The exhibit will be on display through mid-July.
The evening will include live music by George Whitesell and refreshments will be served.

Growing up surrounded by the sounds of classical and jazz music, Karen Mosbacher’s journey as an
abstract expressionist painter developed utilizing a condition, (or gift, as she refers to it) known as a
synesthesia; a perceptual phenomenon in which stimulation of one sensory or cognitive pathway leads
to involuntary experiences in a second sensory or cognitive pathway Working with music of different
genres, as well as poetry, story, and other auditory processes, Karen creates paintings full of rhythm,
color, line work, texture, balance, and movement with imagines portraying vibrations of sound waves
with thick and graceful textured layers of strokes.


Cottonwood Center for the Arts has been a nonprofit mainstay of the Colorado Springs arts community
since 1997 and currently home to the largest group of creatives in Colorado Springs. The center offers
educational programming, gallery shows and over 80 studio artists, a theater and classrooms.
Cottonwood Center for the Arts is located at 427 E Colorado Avenue in downtown Colorado Springs.