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The Living Center at Sunny Vista
Sunny Vista 2019 16th Annual Regional Art Show




Wednesday, June 12 Artwork Intake (8am to 1pm)

Friday, June 14 Reception and Silent Auction (4pm to 7pm)

Monday, July 12 Show Closes/Art Pickup (9am to 4pm)

Sunny Vista Living Center is an independent 501(c) (3) non-profit skilled care and rehabilitation facility serving Colorado Springs since 1911. We strive to work in partnership with the community to serve adults with skilled care and short-term rehabilitation needs. This year we are celebrating our 16th year hosting the Annual Art Show for the direct benefit of the residents at Sunny Vista!


The Retreat at Sunny Vista is a state of the art, assisted living and memory care 501(c) (3) non-profit facility. We work hand in hand with the community to serve adults with their memory care and assisted living needs. With the addition of this facility, Sunny Vista has become a complete healthcare campus for our senior population.



·         Best of Show $500

·         1st Place $300 per category

·         2nd Place $200 per category

·         Corporate Awards, Honorable Mentions, People’s Choice and several special awards will receive ribbons



·         Oil and Acrylic paintings

·         Watercolor

·         Pastels

·         Photography



·         Original two dimensional artwork only

·         Size limited to 40” x 30”including frame

·         No Classroom generated work, giclee’ or digital paintings

·         All artwork must be for sale

·         Artwork must be pre-wired and presented in a professional manner (no sawtooth hooks)

·         Selection is not guaranteed. The juror has the final decision and reserves the right to reject or re-categorize any piece.

Fees and Commissions

·         Entry/Jury fee is $20 per entry

·         All fees are non-refundable and must be paid by the entry deadline

·         25% of sales will be donated to the residents of Sunny Vista Living Center and are tax deductible


How to Enter

·         Registration will be completed online at

·         Deadline for entry will be May 26th.

·         Questions call 719-471-8700

·         Entry form must be filled out in its entirety. List sizes up to the nearest inch. Submitted images must not include matting or frame. Crop the photos to include only the artwork. Be sure your images are right-side-up

·         Before uploading your images, make sure they are smaller than 4MB, but at least 1920 pixels on the longest side at 72 dpi. Images should be in JPEG format, sRGB color space. Help in photographing your work and properly sizing your images can be found on the image Help page. If you need help entering your images or are unable to, please write to us here:

·         Please add and to your safe senders list to ensure notifications are received

·         Notice of acceptance/declination will be delivered by June 5th

·         All accepted artwork must be hand delivered to Sunny Vista on June 12th (8am to 1pm)



Utmost care will be taken in the handling of artwork. However, Sunny Vista will not be responsible for loss or damage to any artwork submitted for this exhibition. Insurance is the responsibility of the artist. Sunny Vista reserves the right to reject any artwork which is deemed inappropriate for an exhibit at this location

ABOUT OUR JUROR Lorenzo Chavez was born and raised in the southern most point of the Rockies in New Mexico. His first inspirations and foundation as a young artist were formed by the local landscape and the art history in New Mexico. Lorenzo now makes his home in Parker, Colorado and uses this location as a base to travel and paint the American West and Southwest. Through the years, while searching for subject matter, he realized there are many similarities throughout the Rockies. The deep blue of the vaulting sky, majestic cloud formations, rabbit brush, chamisa, pinon, pine and juniper, the willows that line the stream banks, the granite in the mountain ranges, aspens and the endless seas of grasses are continuing inspirations. Using pastel and oil mediums, his hope is to carry on the art traditions of American painters such as the Taos Society of Artists and the American Impressionists.


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