...And the Seasons They Go Round and Round

Memories Linger on a Cold Winter's Night

"...And the Seasons They Go Round and Round..." - from the song Circle Game, by Joni Mitchell

New Work by Deb Komitor

Opening: March 3rd, 5-9 pm

Artist Talk: March 16th, 5:30 pm

On display: March 3rd - 31st

About the Show:

As I enter my 66th Spring, the rhythm of the seasons are deeply embedded in my time line. The dark short days of winter, give way to the rebirth of Spring, leading to the long lingering days of Summer, releasing to the glory of Fall, then back to the dark silent cold of Winter. 66 seasons of going inward. 66 seasons of rebirth. 66 seasons of growth, and 66 seasons of letting go. 

It is easy to take natures rhythms for granted, to ignore that we also have the seasons within us, and that they are always changing. Easy to forget that when we are deep in our own wintering, the light and rebirth of spring is waiting to awaken and shine, then to dim again and shine again.

Our timeline is not a straight line. It is a spiral. We come back to each season equipped with different experiences and wisdom, seen through different eyes. With each passing experience the seasons are greeted with a renewed sense of wonder, gratitude, love and awareness. The flow of the seasons bring out the balancing qualities of the different times of year. The dark comes into light, the cold comes into warmth, the grays become enlivened with color, always changing and flowing out from each other,  harmonizing this circle of life. 

-Deb Komitor

About the Artist:

Deb developed her love nature while growing up in Ohio. After studying painting at Columbus College of Art and Design she came to Colorado to receive her MFA at Colorado State University. It was there that she realized she had found her hearts home in the mountains. In 1996 she and her husband Steve moved to Colorado Springs.

A select list of group and solo shows include; “Art Of The State 2019”, Arvada Arts Center
 The Governors Invitational 2019, 2016, 2015 & 2014, Loveland CO; Representing the West, A New Frontier, Sangre de Cristo Arts Center, Pueblo, CO; Mountain Oyster Club Invitational Tucson, AZ.  Solo shows include Abend Gallery, Denver, CO; Deco Lounge at the Colorado Springs Fine Art Center; Kreuser Gallery, Colorado Springs, CO; Modbo, Colorado Springs, CO; Sangre De Cristo Arts & Conference Center, Pueblo; COPPER, Colorado Springs and Professors Art Gallery, United States Air Force Academy.

Komitors paintings can be found in many corporate and private collections across the country. Along the Front Range you can find her work included in the collections of Memorial Hospital, Colorado Business Bank, Children’s Hospital at Memorial Hospital, Banner Ft. Collins Medical Center, Kaiser Permanente, Colorado Springs, Pueblo, and Denver, Wheatridge Medical Center, Denver Children’s Hospital ,Visit Denver and North St Francis Hospital in Colorado Spring. Publications include American Art Collector; Sept. 2022; Southwest Art Magazine; May 2019, Sept. & Oct. 2018 June 2016, August 2015, May 2014 & 2015;  In Honor of My Father, A daughter’s journey in Art and Words; For the Love of Trees, A catalog of paintings and musings.