The 10x10” Exhibition

Abend Gallery - Project Space

April 7 - 28, 2018

  • Opening reception: Saturday April 7th from 6-9 pm
akhriev timur emergenceTimur Akhriev - Emergence - 10x10 - tempera 

This April Abend Gallery is excited to present The 10x10” Exhibition, an extraordinary group exhibition of work by over 60 artists. This show will feature a host of imagery from a variety of styles and genres, with the one similarity between all being that they are painted on 10x10” wood panels. From the gorgeous still lives of Emma Hirst and Thane Gorek, to the ethereal landscapes of Elsa Munoz, to the beautifully rendered figures of Alpay Efe and Jennifer Gennari there is something for everyone to enjoy.

Participating Artists: Rebecca Mason Adams, Timur Akhriev, Jaclyn Alderete, Jennifer Balkan, Jim Beckner, Rossina Bossio, Todd Carpenter, Lorenzo Chavez, Mary Chiaramonte, Michelle Condrat, Shay Davis, Jacob Dhein, Alpay Efe, Thorgrimur Einarsson, Kim English, Ed Fairburn, Jody Fallon, Jennifer Gennari, Thane Gorek, Marshall Jones, Stephanie Hartshorn, Dana Hawk, Mark Heine, Jane Hunt, Emma Hurst, Yuriy Ibragimov, Lindsey Kustusch, Joseph Martinez, Josie Morway, Ryan Morse, Elsa Munoz, Nadezda, Aaron Nagel, Karen Offutt, Gage Opdenbrouw, Corey Pop, Ximena Rendon, Rob Rey, Devon Rodriguez, Nick Runge, Nicolas Sanchez, Dave Santillanes, Hiroshi Sato, Kirsten Savage, Daniel Segrove, Elsa Sroka, Clyde Steadman, Delphyne V., Michael Van Zeyl, Tracy Wall, John Wentz, Wendelin Wohlgemuth, Kierstin Young, and Zack Zdrale.

Abend Gallery
1412 Wazee St
Denver, CO 80202
Tue-Sat: 12:00 - 6:00 pm


Wax Paper: Mixed Media and Encaustic Art

by Judith Bergquist and Gigia Kolouch

Art Gym Denver's Common Space Gallery

April 19 – May 11, 2018

Art Gym Denver is excited to announce Wax Paper – Mixed Media and Encaustic Art by member-artists Judith Bergquist and Gigia Kolouch. Their works, which both embrace nature through distinctly different techniques, will be featured in the Common Space Gallery.

A Colorado native with a background in technical theatre and landscape architecture, Bergquist shows the intricacy of how paper can be manipulated by bringing color, texture, and value upon each other to create images known to the human eye. Forms of animals and abstracted landscapes emerge through the layers of paper in her mixed media paintings.

Kolouch’s masterful understanding of plants and her experience teaching others to grow and cook food feeds her desire to share “the mystery and beauty of the natural world” through her art. “I take images from the past and transform them using the skills and materials available to me in the present,” Kolouch says. “I enjoy the puzzle of making a piece work within these limitations.”

Also opening April 19 in the Art Gym Gallery will be Tony Ortega – Time for Self-Reflection. Both exhibits are free and available to the public Monday through Friday, 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. through May 11, 2018.

Art Gym Denver
1460 Leyden St.
Denver, CO 80220


Tony Ortega: Time for Self-Reflection

Art Gym Denver

April 19 - May 11, 2018

  • Opening reception: Thursday, April 19, 5 to 8 p.m.
"Tony Ortega: Time for Self-Reflection" showcases the scope and variety of media the artist has used throughout his career. Tony's art emphasizes the culture, history and experiences of Chicanos/Latinos to promote understanding and culture diversity. He has created numerous public art and community mural projects along the Front Range and has been honored with Excellence in the Arts awards by the governor (1999) and the mayor (1998).

Art Gym Denver
1460 Leyden St.
Denver, CO 80220


47th Annual Jeffco Schools Foundation High School Art Exhibition (Main Gallery)

Christopher Owen Nelson: Shapeshift - Jeffco Alumni Exhibition (Upper Gallery)

Roy Anneberg: Juxtapimages - Jeffco Teacher Solo Exhibition (Theater Gallery)

Arvada Center

April 13 – May 13, 2018

  • Jeffco Schools Opening reception: Monday, May 7, 6 – 9 p.m.
For 47 years the Jeffco Schools Foundation High School Art Exhibition has encouraged and supported tomorrow’s artists from the Jefferson County school district, many of whom go on to thrive as professional artists and art teachers themselves. For over four decades, the Jeffco Public Schools and the Arvada Center have partnered in presenting this popular and inspiring student art exhibition that features more than 400 works from 23 Jeffco high schools. The always-impressive collection of student art, exhibited in the Arvada Center’s 6,000 square foot Main Gallery, includes works in traditional disciplines as well as pieces created using new technologies. There is no other high school exhibition like it in the region with the same caliber, diversity, and quality of art.

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities
6901 Wadsworth Blvd.
Arvada, CO 80003
Mon-Fri: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sat: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sun: 1:00 - 5:00 PM


Read more: Arvada Center: 2018 Jeffco Schools Exhibition

delecTABLE: The Fine Art of Dining

Fourth Biennial National Juried Exhibit of Functional Ceramics

Art Students League of Denver

April 6 – May 18, 2018

  • Juror: Marty Fielding 
  • Preview & Purchase Party: Friday, April 6 from 6-9pm (ticketed event)
  • Public Artist Reception: Friday, April 27 from 5:30-8pm
Ceramics by juror Marty Fielding: visit for more information about the juror

The fourth installment of our biennial national juried exhibition of ceramic works from artists across the United States, chosen to represent the best in contemporary tabletop clay.

Art Students League of Denver
200 Grant Street
Denver, Colorado 80203
Mon-Thu: 8:30 AM - 9:30 PM
Fri: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM


Sharon Healy: a.Wake

Bitfactory Gallery

April 20 ‐ May 10, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday April 20th from 6 - 10pm
Tengu of Happo One oil and acrylic on board 2018
Tengu of Happo One - 2018

Bitfactory Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibit, a.Wake, by symbolist Sharon Healy. Healy believes that myths and archetypes convey universal messages about what it means to be human. She sees symbols and icons as ubiquitous tools to transcend the limitations of words. Jazmin Montano of Jazmin Arts once said that: “Healy’s work will transport you into the hallucinogenic dream world of your archetypal subconscious [sic].” Using the power of cultural iconography and the materials of her craft, Healy weaves in the power of mythology to encapsulate the human experience in art. Healy received her BFA from the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in 2007 and actively participates in the Denver art scene. Her work is regularly on display at galleries in the Santa Fe Art District and the RiNo Art District, and also seen nationally, recently in the Baton Rouge Gallery Center for Contemporary Art’s Surreal Salon Six Show. She has contributed various pieces of art to local charities like Progressive Veterans, Dream Project, Yoga Rocks the Park, and many more. Her work has been in multiple publications including Vain Magazine, Contango Magazine, 303 Magazine, and featured on the cover of the book, God Heavy.

Bitfactory Gallery and Studios
851 Sante Fe Blvd.
Denver, CO.


Nathan Abels: History of the Future

Guest curated by Mandy Vink


February 1 - May 28, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Thursday, February 1
  • 5:30pm members preview; 6:30-9pm free public reception
Nathan Abels, Omne Ignotum Pro Magnifico (every unknown thing appears magnificent), 2017

History of the Future by Nathan Abels embeds contemporary technologies and icons into scenes from a perspective of faith, ritual and religion. These works ask the viewer to assume the role of anthropologist - to decipher the significance of the narrative: what is the significance of the natural world and its characters, any spiritual and religious aspects, and ultimately how these correspond with the celestial?

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
1750 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302


Patty Ortiz: Work Won't Kill You: I Am Here

BMoCA Present Box

April 24 - May 6, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Tuesday, April 24 from 5:30-8:00pm
WWKY: I Am Here addresses the painful quandary of involuntary childhood immigrants who thought they had qualified for a path to citizenship through Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals only to have that opportunity threatened. Just as pulling a flowering plant out of the ground threatens the life of the plant and leaves a gaping hole in the earth, DACA recipients face a fearsome prospect, not only for themselves and their families but for their communities as well.

At this opening reception, Executive Director David Dadone and artist Patty Ortiz will introduce the exhibition and related programming. Light refreshments will be provided. Visit for more information.

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
1750 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302


Pieces Together: Printed and Manipulated Surfaces and Objects

Buell Theatre Gallery (1400 Curtis Street, Denver)

March 1 - June 1, 2018

  • Artists: Mark Friday, Chuck MacCoy and Taiko Chandler
  • Closing reception: Monday, May 21, 5:00 – 7:00 pm
Monotype by Chuck McCoy, Untitled

Celebrate the Month of Printmaking with a new Buell Theatre exhibition featuring Taiko Chandler, mark Friday and Chuck McCoy.Chandler's monotypes push the technical and material limits of printmaking in works that flow and expand, evoking the patterns and colors closely observed worlds within the world.Friday's assemblages are a tribute to well-crafted objects. the re-working of the found object, along with the screen-printed image, give the objects new life beyond their original functions. McCoy's monotypes are spontaneous improvisations of color and form made during the process of printing on paper. Other works by McCoy combine inkjet printing on painted and prepared panels, bringing improvisation and abstraction into another dimension.


"Between the Lines" by Lori Dresner

"Feeling Blue" by Ketty Devieux

"Silicon Shrine" by Susan Hazaleus

Core New Art Space

April 19 - May 6, 2018

  • First Friday reception: May 4th from 6 – 10pm
  • Works by Neftali Liebre and Daniel Ferry will be featured in the Annex gallery
CORE New Art Space
900 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
Gallery Hours:
Fri: Noon-9 pm
Thu/Sat: Noon-6 pm
Sun: 1-4 pm


Tya Alisa Anthony and Wendel White: Segregated Influences

Colorado Photographic Arts Center

April 20 – June 2, 2018

WendelWhiteWendel White, Court Street School, Freehold, New Jersey, 2007/2010, Pigment Inkjet on Paper

The Colorado Photographic Arts Center (CPAC) is pleased to present Segregated Influences, an exhibition that explores the complex history of race in America through the photographs of Wendel White, Distinguished Professor of Art at Stockton University, and Tya Alisa Anthony, a Denver-based visual artist. The public is invited to hear both artists speak about their work at a free opening reception on Friday, April 20 from 6-9pm.

Colorado Photographic Arts Center
1070 Bannock St
Denver, CO 80204


“The Station"

Featuring: Tom Komala, Renee Jorgensen, James Caldwell, J. Bruce Wilcox, Denise Demby, Brenda Retrum

Creative Arts Design Center

April 13 - May 18, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday April 13th from 7-10pm
Denise Demby Yellow Oversight oil on canvas 36x48 Denise Demby - Yellow Oversight - oil on canvas - 36x48

Creative Arts Design Center
4980 Kipling St Ste A-9
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033
Fridays 12-8pm, Saturdays 12-4pm


Our Planet

Curtis Arts and Humanities Center

April 7 - May 5, 2018

  • Curator's Talk: Saturday, April 7th 1pm
  • Earth Day Celebrarion: Saturday, April 21 10am-2pm
Rouland Some Things Last Forever
Elizabeth Rouland - Some Things Last Forever

The exhibition Our Planet was created to artistically explore issues regarding the sustainability of our planet’s environment. It seems that nearly every day we hear about or witness something that is changing our planet’s climate and environment, and as artists our surroundings are a vital element in the creation of our work. In this show 23 artists explore what’s happening and what might be done to address the sustainability of our planet. Each work has an artist statement that connects it to the theme of the exhibition. A small group of artists led by Bob Doyle, artist and Greenwood Village resident, curated this show with the objective of connecting art to the environmental wonders, changes and threats we are now experiencing. We encourage all to join with us in creating powerful displays and messages that sensitize and motivate others to join in the preservation of our earthly home.

On Saturday, April 21st come on out with your families to celebrate Earth Day through fun hands-on art activities, educational lectures and demonstrations and meet the artists of the Our Planet Exhibit. 10am- Mayor's Tree Planting 10am- noon- Breakfast with the artists noon- 2pm- Earth Friendly art activities, live music and food trucks Event will take place both in the Curtis Center and at Curtis Park.

Curtis Arts and Humanities Center
2349 East Orchard Road
Greenwood Village, CO 80210
Monday - Friday: 8:30- 4:30; Saturdays - 10am - 4pm


Doug Spencer: Cave Lovers


April 6 - 30, 2018

  • Opening Reception: First Friday, April 6 at 6pm
Cave Lovers is an ode to the romance, passion and inexperience of love at first sight. What would this look like through the eyes of someone who has never known it? These idealized, unattainable feelings can hit like magic when they finally touch you. What would you be compelled to create upon feeling these sensations for the first time?

Cave Lovers came about by the artist’s playful arrangements with organic shapes much like how the first cave painters of the Paleolithic began to commemorate life events on a cave wall. A series of experiments comprised of eyes, heads, and figures rendered in organic and geometric shapes interact in works that verge on the abstract as Spencer adds moments of humor, the grotesque, fantasy and always, sincerity.

For Spencer the most interesting part of experimentation is how abstract and representational shapes interact and intertwine with each other and how that relationship can be expressed in a beautiful way. It is as if one line communicates with another and another and another. Soon it is a conversation. An idea reminiscent of storytelling around a fire in the days before the invention of language.

Layering is present in the work;it is something that both obscures and paradoxically reveals what is underneath. At times, this is only because Spencer makes us reconcile visual and textual information. Perhaps this is below the surface of seeing through relationships as they relate to the open-ended nature of his investigations. Spencer’s paintings aren’t titled (simply numbered), and for all his attention to detail and painterly refinement, they seem to arrive as much through a controlled experiment as through pure intuition.

When describing the artistic process, Spencer compares his studio practice to the experience of first love: “I have the same reverence for materials. As I pulverize mica and sandstone, apply smoke and start blending colors and textures, it really becomes a practice in finding balance. Since I design in reverse, a finished piece is only fully revealed to me when I turn it over and then I can see the layers I have carefully constructed. I can finally see what has worked and what I would like to, but ultimately cannot, change”. The manifestation of creating aesthetic beauty out of mere rocks and pigment would have seemed impossible to the cave painters of Lascaux.

It is in this way that Spencers works are infused with magic and given an almost primitive,mystical quality, inviting the viewer on an archaeological dig through the intimacy of his process. Exploring his work reveals what is otherwise elusive but can somehow be made visible yet remains unseen; attempting to create universal way to share his romantic vision with others.

Cave Lovers is about trying until you get it right, in both art and love. Doug Spencer (b. 1980) is a self-taught, interdisciplinary artist living and working in Denver, Colorado. He has previously shown at Leon gallery “The Shadow Knows” in 2016. This is his first solo exhibition in Denver.

3004 Larimer St
Denver, CO 80205
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Inside Us

Featuring Guest Artists Marie Conigliaro and Eileen Roscina Richardson

Downtown Aurora Visual Arts

April 5 - June 8, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Thursday, April 5th from 4 to 7:30 pm

Marie Conigliaro Mushoom Man
Marie Conigliaro - Mushoom Man

Inside Us showcases arts-based approaches to community wellness. The organization-wide focus on the human body and new approaches to healthy lifestyles caps a three month concentrated art and research cycle at DAVA. Young artists take on the intersections of nutrition and anatomy, along with mind and body health. Guest artists Marie Conigliaro and Eileen Roscina Richardson will exhibit related work alongside DAVA youth artists.

Middle and high school students in DAVA’s Job Training Program identified and researched areas that could directly impact their physical and emotional health. One class is connecting brain functions and dance, working with ballerina Debora Abera. Other groups look at mind/body connections through posters, paintings, and digital imagery.

Younger students in the DAVA Open Studio present their study of anatomy and nutrition in a multi-layered installation. Students were introduced to human systems and the foods that nourish each system. Older students shared a need for drinking water, exercising, and eating organic foods. Printmaking processes coincide with Mo’ Print, a city-wide exhibition of print media.

A selection of related ceramic sculptures by New Legacy Charter High School students, led by DAVA teacher Cal Duran, adds to the exhibit. Legacy students are investigating functions of the human body in tandem with DAVA on-site programs.

Guest artists Marie Conigliaro and Eileen Roscina Richardson complete the exhibit. Marie’s precise collages, made of vintage anatomy illustrations, allow us to discover internal bones and organs in a poetic way. DAVA teacher Eileen Richardson will present a wall installation of printmaking on fabric about the importance of eating a colorful diet for proper nutrition.

This exhibition is made possible through generous support from the Colorado Health Foundation.

Downtown Aurora Visual Arts (DAVA)
1405 Florence St
Aurora CO 80010
Mon-Fri: 10:00 am-5:00 pm or by appointment



Michelle Blade, Liz Nielsen & Dylan Gebbia Richards

April 6 – May 12, 2018

David B. Smith Gallery

  • Opening Reception: Friday April 6 from 6 - 8 pm
Blade 1
Michelle Blade - Evening Routine - 2018 - Acrylic ink on paper - 14.5 x 18in. (36.83 x 45.72 cm)

About Michelle Blade

Michelle Blade is a visual artist working in painting, sculpture, and installation. Driven by the inescapable qualities of the natural world, Blade’s work investigates curiosity and one’s search for meaning and place in the universe. Blade holds a BA from Loyola Marymount University, Los Angeles, and an MFA from the California College of the Arts, San Francisco. Blade has exhibited nationally and internationally, including solo shows at the Center for Contemporary Arts (Santa Fe), Carter and Citizen (Los Angeles), Jack Hanley (San Francisco), and Western Exhibitions (Chicago). Her work has been featured in the New York Times Magazine, The Paris Review, Gather Journal, GQ, Juxtapoz, The California Sunday Magazine, and the Blue Magazine, among others. She currently splits her time between Los Angeles, CA and Portland, OR.

About Liz Nielsen

Liz Nielsen is a Brooklyn based photographic artist whose works have been exhibited in New York, Chicago, Paris, London, Budapest, Amsterdam and Berlin. Her photographs are printed in the analog color darkroom with handmade negatives and found light sources. Nielsen earned her MFA from the University of Illinois at Chicago in 2004, her BFA from The School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2002, and her BA in Philosophy and Spanish from Seattle University in 1997. Nielsen's works have been reviewed in The New Yorker, The London Financial Times, The New York Times, Wall Street Journal and ArtSlant.

About Dylan Gebbia-Richards

Born in 1992 in Greenwich, Connecticut, Gebbia-Richards lives and works in Boulder, CO. He received his BFA in painting and his BA in Art History at the University of Colorado, Boulder. Gebbia-Richards has exhibited widely in the Denver/Boulder area having been included in exhibitions at the Denver International Airport and McNichols Civic Center. Solo exhibitions include the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art and the University of Northern Colorado Art Museum, with upcoming exhibitions at Redline in Denver, Colorado, and Crystal Bridges Museum of American Art in Bentonville, Arkansas

David B. Smith Gallery
1543 A Wazee Street
Denver, CO, 80202


Naturally Artificial: Works by Jason DeMarte

Denver Botanic Gardens, Gates Court Gallery

February 21 – May 20, 2018

  • Reception: Wednesday, February 21, 5:30–7:30 p.m.; Artist Talk: 6:30 p.m.
  • Exhibit organized in collaboration with RULE Gallery, Denver
demarte corn syrup summer detailJason DeMarte, Corn Syrup Summer (detail), pigment ink print, 2015

Jason DeMarte’s large-scale digital photographs juxtapose idyllic natural landscapes with the visual gluttony of consumerism.

Representing the natural world through unnatural elements, his works combine images of plants and animals with discordant artificial elements and processed foods. The synthetic world his creatures inhabit combines romanticized depictions of nature with the hyper-perfection of modern consumerist imagery. DeMarte’s works explore the manipulation of truth in today’s processed culture.

Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York St
Denver, CO 80206


Pixelated: Sculpture by Mike Whiting

Denver Botanic Gardens

April 28 - September 23, 2018

Pixelated explores the relationships between the natural world and the artificial world of digital media. Mike Whiting says “Gardens are in their own way virtual spaces—carefully created environments. The contrast of the sculptures’ geometric and manmade materials can seem at odds with the gardens, but they are connected in the dialogue about the re-presentation of nature.”

Whiting’s sculptures also represent the intersection of two distinct visual styles: 8-bit pixel graphics—which have enjoyed a recent resurgence in games like "Minecraft"—and minimalist sculpture. Technological limitations in early video games like "Pac-Man" and "Space Invaders" reduced the graphics to simplified shapes, while the minimalist art movement created artworks that purposely lacked detail. Pixelated investigates the opposite intents of these two artistic approaches that result in a strikingly similar visual outcome.

Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York St
Denver, CO 80206


It's a Colorful World

Denver International Airport Main Terminal Gallery (Level 5)

December 2017 - April 2018

Melanie Rothchild - Guten Tag Trails - Acrylic on panel - 48"x36"

For most of us, color plays an important role in the way we perceive the world. As children, we develop our understanding of the world establishing color associations with most of the things that we can touch, taste, smell and even hear.

Think of an apple...what color popped into your mind?
A rubber duck?
A swimming pool?
The grass under your feet?

As you continue on your travels, you will probably think of many more. The artists in this exhibit explore the several ways colors sit together, how they make us feel, and the impact the use of color has in our world.

"One color carries its own meaning. Two colors create a harmony. Three colors create something totally new.” - Inkyo Back

Michael Warren Contemporary is a leading contemporary art gallery in the Arts District on Santa Fe Drive in Denver. The gallery provides one of the largest bodies of salable art in the city representing 45 artists from around the country. Additionally the gallery consigns more than 5,000 fine art prints from internationally recognized artists whose work has been placed into museums around the world.


Read more: DIA: It's a Colorful World

Pink Progression

Vida Ellison Gallery at the Denver Public Library, Central Branch, Level 7

March 2 – June 29, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Saturday, March 10, 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.
  • Curated by Anna Kaye
pink progression invite double sided dpl1

Pink Progression, features over forty notable Colorado artists whose artwork is inspired by the 2017 and 2018 historic, women's march. During the marches, pink created a strong visual statement representing unity and empowerment. Artists incorporate or reject this hue as it reflects manifestations of personal, social, and gender connections.

Pink Progression includes all gender identities and expressions. Each exhibit is unique, featuring different works by each of the artists. Pink Progression's three exhibits collectively occur over a six month period, February 16 through August 18, 2018. The exhibit also includes collaborative artwork and a book, Words: Resist and Persist, a collection of poems and comic art from local writers and artists.

For more info visit: or Instagram @pinkprogression

Participating Artists:

Theresa Anderson, Tya AnthonyFawn Atencio, Libby BarbeeTonia BonnellMindy BrayJulia RymerTrine Bumiller, Katie CaronIrene Delka McCraySally Elliott, Bonnie Ferrill RomanDon FodnessSteven FrostMelissa Furness, Jennifer GhormleyAnia Gola-KumorEmma HardyKim HarrellAna Maria HernandoVeronica Herrera, Tsehai JohnsonMargaret KasaharaAnna KayeRian Kerrane, Mary-Ann KokoskaViviane Le CourtoisLauri Lynnxe MurphySuchitra Mattai, Laleh MehranAmy MetierDaisy McGowanSusanne Mitchell, Sophie Lynn MorrisDaisy Patton, Mark Penner-HowellJennifer PettusMartha RussoAjean Ryan, Dylan Scholinski, Natascha SiedeneckSue SimonFrankie ToanRebecca Vaughan,  Sarah Wallace ScottChinn WangKate Woodliff O’Donnell, Melanie Yazzie
Vida Ellison Gallery
Denver Public Library, Central Branch (7th Floor)
10 W. Fourteenth Ave. Pkwy.
Denver, CO 80204
Mon and Tues: 10am 8pm
Wed to Fri: 10am – 6pm
Sat: 9am – 5pm
Sun: 1 5pm


Dennis Pippen and Phil Rader

Edge Gallery

April 6 - 29, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday April 6, 5-10pm 
Yikes Stripes Dennis Pippen
Dennis Pippen: Yikes Stripes - shaped paintings / Zombies in the Sculpture Garden - Monumental Maquettes
Unique abstract shaped paintings concerned with the simultaneous contrast of colors. Also, monumental sculpture maquettes in a model sculpture park invaded by zombies

Phil Rader: Unique Play
A show containing many small works, each uniquely different & created using an experimental process.

ON EDGE: 2018 Juried show

EDGE Gallery

April 27 - May 13, 2018

  • Opening reception: Friday April 27, 5-10pm
  • Meet the Juror Event: Saturday May 12, 5-10pm; Announcement of Juror's Choice Award
  • An Annual juried exhibition of contemporary work by Colorado artists pushing the boundaries of material and concept
  • Juried by Gwen Chanzit, renowned curator of Women of Abstraction Expressionism and Figure to Field, Mark Rothko at the Denver Art Museum; Director of Museum Studies, University of Denver
OnEdge 2018
Edge Gallery
7001 W. Colfax
Lakewood, CO
Thu: 1-5pm, Fri: 1-9pm, Sat:12-5pm


Spaces: A Four Person Show

Featuring: Valerio D’Ospina, Dianne L Massey Dunbar, Ulrich Gleiter, Dale O Roberts

Gallery 1261

April 7 – 28, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Saturday April 7th, 6-9 pm
dunbar dianne RainOnWindshieldDianne Dunbar - Rain On Windshield / Morning Commute - 16x16 - oil on gesso board

This April Gallery 1261 is proud to present Spaces, an extraordinary survey of both landscapes and cityscape works by four of the gallery’s leading artists. Valerio D’Ospina, Dianne L. Massey Dunbar, Ulrich Gleiter, and Dale O Roberts all come together to showcase their perspectives on the environments we inhabit in their individual styles. From the thickly layered impressionistic landscapes of Ulrich Gleiter to the jaw-dropping realism of Dianne Dunbar there is much to see for viewers of all ages.

Gallery 1261
1412 Wazee St
Denver, CO 80202
Tue-Sat: 11:00 am-6:00 pm


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