Get Your Local Art Showcased In March
Being able to express yourself creatively is important, but it can be very hard to get your work showcased. Luckily, Orange Brick Eclectic is offering an experience in a family-friendly setting to those who wish to showcase local art & talent.
Orange Brick Eclectic is an art organization founded in 2020 with a simple goal in mind: "To help artists & musicians be able to create & have a place to show their art. We want to remind El Paso that there is still light at the end of the tunnel through of one another. It's a gallery that offers an array of different ideas & ways of portraying art, murals, sculptures, photographs, printmaking...It's all about artists helping artists."
Located at 2430 Texas Ave, they have an entire warehouse full of donated artwork from contributing local artists to their cause. All of the funds & proceeds went into obtaining paint & art materials, & they are looking for more donations to improve their facilities to expand on their music area to provide additional space for local musicians to practice & perform shows for people.
They were also recently featured in the El Paso Times where they received donated artwork from local artists like Moises Garcia. They'll be holding two fundraiser events in the month of March & both shows WILL have social distancing & masks are required. The first one will be this Saturday, March 6th.
If you miss the show on Saturday, there will be another art exhibition being held March 11th through the 14th (with bands performing on the 12th).
If you want information on either shows or any questions on how to donate YOUR art, you can contact Orange Brick Eclectic on their Instagram page.