Kayenta Arts: Liquid Color Exhibit

The November 2020 Exhibit is open to any water or translucent media (such as watercolor, gouache, ink, liquid poured acrylic, India ink, alcohol ink, dyes, etc.)

The theme is “Liquid Color.”  Entries for this show will be accepted at the Center for the Arts at Kayenta on: Wednesday, October 28th from 3 – 6:00 PM.  (If you cannot drop off your art during these times, please contact Kathy Johnson at lakathay@hotmail.com)

Due to COVID restrictions, there will NOT be an opening reception for this exhibit.

This show will end Wednesday, January 27th.  Unsold entries can be picked up that day between 3:00 and 6:00 PM.  Art will be on display to the public during regular staff business hours (Monday – Friday 12:00 – 4:00 PM), and during scheduled performances.

Art Exhibit: Liquid Color

Jurors for this painting exhibit are Jennifer Burch and Sue Gordhammer. The show will run for 3 months in our beautiful lobby space. Artists will display works done in translucent mediums or liquid
“poured acrylics.” All works are for sale, with 25% of proceeds from art sales going to the Center for the Arts at Kayenta.

The Jurors of “Liquid Color”

Sue Gordhammer

Sue Gordhammer lives in Kayenta and serves on Ivins City Council.  She’s more of a left brain person who has spent her career as an engineer working with tech companies and assisting start-ups with usability.  She has flexed her right brain “muscles” on dance, choreography, and appreciation for art and architecture.  Sue spends as much time as possible hiking or mountain biking and enjoys spending time on trails with Joe and their dogs Sarge and Olina.

Jennifer Burch

After losing the majority of her eyesight to a stroke at the age of 37, Jennifer Burch turned to painting as a form of vision therapy. A former corporate executive, she always had a creative side that needed to be fed. Painting quickly became her passion.  Jennifer’s loss of vision has resulted in an extraordinary ability to see shadows and light, capturing the beauty of everyday items on canvas. Her oil paintings are bringing life to homes spanning from Alaska to New England. Jennifer and her husband Jeff moved to Ivins in 2019 and she is excited to start this new chapter in her life as an artist.

Participating Artists:

More Upcoming Exhibits:

November 2020: Watercolor/alcohol ink/ink/gouache Exhibit—2-month run

Theme: “Liquid Color”

January 2021: Drawing Exhibit (charcoal, graphite, pastel, silverpoint, etc.)—2-month run

Theme: “Self Portrait”

March 2021: Open to all mediums—2-month run

Theme: “Anything Goes”

May 2021: Fiber Arts and Ceramics Exhibit—1-month run

Theme: “From the Earth: Fiber and Ceramics”

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Public Health at Kayenta

“In order to protect our performers and public, we will follow the lead that other professional theaters have established in requiring proof of negative COVID-19 test results from within 72 hours before the show, or Covid-19 vaccine card to participate in any capacity at the Center for the Arts at Kayenta.”


1. Bring documented proof of a negative COVID-19 test result from within 72 hours before the show

2. Bring your vaccine card

Children 12 and under are required to wear a mask at all times at CFAK.

“We truly hope that everyone will now feel safe and comfortable coming out to enjoy our beautiful venue, and the many upcoming concerts, plays, festivals, musicals, and lectures starting in September!”

Jan Broberg, Executive Director

Thank you for your consideration in order to keep our staff, performers and patrons safe.