Festival Art Gallery
Telluride Blues & Brews Festival’s Art Gallery will be held at Arroyo Wine Bar & Gallery, located at 220 East Colorado Ave! Stop by, have a beverage and enjoy artwork from festival photographers Barry Brecheisen, Dino Perrucci, Jason Squires and performance painter Scramble Campbell. The gallery also hosts original paintings featured in past poster art. Some artwork will be available for sale. The gallery will be open daily for the festival weekend from Thursday to Sunday from 5:00 p.m. to close.
Keith 'Scramble' Campbell has recorded the vibe of music in colorful and spirited paintings for the past 25 years. His astounding body of work encompasses both musical legends and the most popular emerging talent in live music today. Scramble has crossed the boundaries between musical genres and has been the centerpiece of world-renowned festivals, concerts exhibits and special events. We are thrilled to welcome Scramble back to Blues & Brews! To read more, click here.
Barry Brecheisen’s entertainment photography appears regularly in every major magazine including Rolling Stone, Entertainment Weekly and People to name just a few. Barry has shot practically every famous rock star that has toured since the late 90s. He is a highly in-demand freelancer working out of Chicago for PR companies, magazines and wire services. To read more, click here.
Dino Perrucci is a seasoned photographer with a career that spans nearly three decades. Dino's talent has earned him the acclaim of musicians and music lovers alike. Based out of NYC, Dino shoots for venues including BB Kings Blues Club + Grill, the Blue Note Jazz Club New York, The Highline Ballroom NYC, and Tipitina’s in New Orleans. To read more, click here.
Jason Squires has specialized in entertainment photography since 1998, shooting more than 1,200 live and red carpet events. As official photographer for premier Kansas City venues including Sprint Center and Arvest Bank Theatre at The Midland, Jason has perfected capturing the energy and emotion of live events. To read more, click here.