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January Openings:
Tuesday, January 6

Visions West Galleries
David Slonim, Slonim and Rocky Hawkins. Slonim distills nature into its simplest components, but the effects are nothing simple. They become sensations in paint. This work gets at the power of painting to derive essential truths through nature. Hawkins' evocative impressions of structures have a sense of vigor and immediacy that convey both an openness and unpredictableness. Part homage to structure part celebration of color, they are vibrant little gems.

Through January 31

Friday, January 9
Abend Gallery
Opening Reception, 6-9 pm
Old Traditions / New Frontiers with artists Erin Berrett, Jennifer Bobola, Samantha Buller, Lorenzo Chavez, Michelle Condrat, Sean Conrad, Tim Deibler, Judith Dickinson, Michael Dowling, Terry Gardner, Lindsey Bittner Graham, David Grossmann, Stephanie Hartshorn, Charlie Hunter, David Kammerzell, Kim Mackey, Jeremy Manyik, Peggy McGivern, Arleta Pech, Sarah Phippen, Angie Renfro, Elizabeth Sandia, Dave Santillanes, Nathan Solano, Robert Spooner, Elsa Sroka, Clyde Steadman, Tod and JM Steele, R Gregory Summers, Michael Ome Untiedt, Sarah van der Helm, Erica Vhay, Lani Vlaanderen, Travis Walker, Tracy Wall, Mike Wise, and Michael Workman
Through January 31

Thursday, January 15
Robischon Gallery
Artist's reception, 6-8 pm
Concurrent Solo Exhibitions: Christian Rex van Minnen “Golden Memes,” Jerry Kunkel “Descriptors,”  Jean Lowe “A More Beautiful You,”
Through March 7


Friday, January 16
Sandra Phillips Gallery
Opening reception, 6-9pm
New works by husband and wife duo Mark Knudsen and Leslie Thomas. Reminiscent of a road trip through Southern Utah, their landscapes capture the vast panorama of the desert. Arid and beautifully subtle in palette, they accurately describe the remarkable wind carved rock of that area.
Through February 13

February
Thursday, February 5
Pismo Fine Art Glass
After 25 fun and wonderful years, owner Sandy Sardella is retiring and PISMO Glass will be closing. PISMO thanks all our loyal customers and friends who have supported us over the years. Our 'Retirement Sale" will continue through the ski season at our Denver, Vail, and Aspen galleries. Thanks for being a part of PISMO!

Sandra Phillips Gallery
Artist Reception 6-8 pm
David Griffin New Paintings. David Griffin has been painting subjects in the natural world for many years. . A Colorado native, one feels a sense of nostalgia and beauty through his intimate points of view
Through March 14

William Havu Gallery
Opening Reception, 6-9 pm
Poetry of Place a landcape exhibition featuring paintings by Stephen Dinsmore, Debra Salopek and Sara Sanderson
more info
Through March 14

Walker Fine Art
Opening Reception, 5-9 PM
New Works Featuring: Peter Illig, Ben Strawn, Chris DeKnikker & Kellie Cannon
Through March 14


Friday, February 6
Visions West Contemporary
Opening, 6 pm
Suburban Cowboy, works by Tracy Stuckey. The artist provokes the viewer and sets them adrift in his new body of works inspired by Owen Wister’s novel The Virginian. Updating and subsequently deconstructing the West of yesterday, more info
Through March 6

Saturday, February 7 and 21
Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
New Works Demonstrations and Artist Receptions,1-4pm
Artist of the Month Wayne Salge, Sculptor and Abstract Painter

Wednesday, February 11
David B. Smith Gallery
Film Presentation,  7-10pm and film begins at 7:30pm
At the Dikeou Collection – 1615 California Street, Denver, CO 80202, 5th floor In partnership with the Dikeou Collection, Constructed Histories artist Jeremy Dean will present his critically acclaimed documentary, Dare Not Walk Alone. Discussion with the artist and curator to follow. www.darenotwalkalone.com


Friday, February 13

David B. Smith Gallery
Opening Reception, 7-9pm
Constructed Histories
, curated by William Morrow, Artists: Sanford Biggers (American), Jeremy Dean (American), Tania Dibbs (American), Teresa Diehl (Lebanese), Christoph Dreager (Swiss), Glenn Kaino (American), Dinh Q Lé (Vietnamese), McCallum Tarry (American), and Aaron Skolnick (American). Societal tendency is to construct and interpret information to suit our needs and desired outcomes. It is therefore not surprising that artists continue to challenge the status quo and inspire us in their ability to mine the complex layers of history. While the artists in this exhibition are culling from quite different histories, there is a convergence in their ability to inspire alternative perspectives.
Through March 31


Friday, February 27
Goodwin Fine Art
Opening Reception, 5-8pm
EXCERPTS, Featuring photography by Andrew Beckham, Brenda Biondo, Linda Connor, Binh Danh, and David Maisel
Through April 11

 


 



Visions West Galleries
Rocky Hawkins
Through January 31


Abend Gallery
David Grossmann
Vertical Morning Sky
Oil, 24 x 14
Through January 31


Visions West Galleries
David Slonim
Through January 31


Robischon Gallery
Jean Lowe
Get Thee Behind Me, Satan
enamel on papier maché,
13 ¾ x 11 x 3 ½ in.
Through March 7


Sandra Phillips Gallery
Leslie Thomas
Dark Shores II
oil on linen, 16 X 40 inches
Through February 13


Sandra Phillips Gallery
Lakeside
50" x 62


Pismo Fine Art Glass
Retirement announcement



William Havu Gallery        
Stephen Dinsmore
Train Yard with Dog
oil on canvas, 30” x 30”

Through March 14


Walker Fine Art
Peter Illig
oil on canvas, 60x48
Through March 14


Visions West Contemporary
Tracy Stuckey
Living Room Squirt Gun Fight
Through March 6



Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Wayne Salge

Horse and Rider II
60 x 49 inches


David B. Smith Gallery
Jeremy Dean
Polis, 2012
Unwoven American Flag, archival print, antique frame and needles 34 x 30 inches
Through March 31


Goodwin Fine Art
Linda Connor
Once the Ocean Floor, Ladakh, India, 2013
pigment print, 30” x 24”
Through April 11
 

 

Member Galleries:


Abend Gallery
Artyard Contemporary Sculpture
44T Artspace at Metro Frame Works
David Cook Fine Art
Gallery 1261
GALLERY M
Goodwin Fine Art

William Havu Gallery
Mod Space Design
Tam O'Neill Fine Arts
Sandra Phillips Gallery
Pismo Fine Art Glass
Plus Gallery

Robischon Gallery
Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
David B. Smith Gallery
Space Gallery

Visions West Gallery
Walker Fine Art
 



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