Audio tour

Audio tourGray & Gray: 75 years of Working in Dirt

Only in English

The exhibition called "Gray & Gray: 75 years of Working in Dirt" features work by Audrey and Frank Gray (father and daughter).  

Each show close attention to detail but create very different work. Showing together brings an opportunity to show their diverse art forms, and also to create collaborative pieces bringing their diverse techniques and ideas together. Audrey’s work is unique because she is creating traditional-feeling landscapes using non-traditional materials, namely different colors of earth that she gathers herself. Frank’s work is grounded in functional forms and draws on both historical vessels and his 50 years of experience working with clay. When they bring their techniques and aesthetic visions together, they create low-relief, three-dimensional wall pieces featuring both fired ceramic and raw natural materials like mica and sand.

Artwork is for sale.  To inquire about buying a piece, please send an email to:

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  • Anton Delgado

    5 out of 5 rating 06-06-2020

    I was heart broken when this show opening was postponed because of the virus. The Gray Family has been creating beautiful objects for many years. Their art is as fundamental and utilitarian as the earth and as rich and expressive as a Southwestern sunset. Thank you for making an online tour available. I am now receiving Facebook posts from the museum and was surprised by the collection of great work in your galleries. This museum is a wonderful resource for the city of Pueblo.

  • Daryl Ann Boller

    5 out of 5 rating 06-05-2020

    So many beautiful things.