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September Openings:

Thursday, September 1
William  Havu Gallery

Opening Reception, 6 - 9 pm
Evolution, an exhibition by Emilio Lobato and Virgil Ortiz. Works in the exhibition by Emilio Lobato will include oils with collage and assemblage on panel, as well as monotypes with chinecolle. Virgil Ortiz will have a new body of clay sculptures. Also featured will be collaborative work by Emilio Lobato and Virgil Ortiz in clay and in mixed media on paper. On the mezzanine, we are introducing Santa Fe, NM based painter Jeff Kahm.
Through October 8

Friday, September 2
Abend Gallery

Opening reception, 6-9pm
On the Periphery: Björklund + Forte + Kustusch, and Elsa Sroka's Solo Exhibition. Based in Uppsala, Sweden, Benjamin Björklund is an artist whose work largely features people and animals depicted with deep, psychological overtones.Lindsey Kustusch’s work often features her environment; the architecture that makes up her surroundings is chronicled in her paintings. Detroit-based artist Felicia Forte has an incredible ability to make even the most mundane of subjects truly astounding. Elsa Sroka generates an emotive response from her viewers given her atypical, albeit refreshing, approach to portraiture. Connor Serr and David Ethridge Co-curators.
Through October 1

Friday, September 9
Walker  Fine Art
Friday, September 9
Opening reception, 5-9 pm
First Friday Reception: October 7 & November 4, 2016, 5-8 pm
INHERENT INTENT, featuring: Udo N6ger Mel Rea Vanessa Clarke Ana Zanic Chris Richter Jessica Drenk and Liz Quan. Inner impulse or inclination is a driving force in many artists. This group show collectively explores the purposeful intent behind that spontaneity, revealing contemporary compositions through minimal color palettes.
Through November 5

David  B. Smith Gallery
Opening Reception, 6-8pm
Wednesday, October 5
Artist Talk, doors open at 6:30pm

Sarah McKenzie, White Walls. This is McKenzie’s second solo exhibition with the gallery, She continues her exploration of architectural spaces, but enters into the austere walls of art world spaces: art fair tents, galleries, and museums. Previous work has explored the architecture of overlooked and abandoned sites, the mundane. This exhibition includes a few works recently on view in McKenzie’s solo exhibition at the Indianapolis Museum of Contemporary Art. To commemorate the exhibition, the gallery will publish a catalogue including contributions from John Seed and Katherine Nicholson.
Through October 8

Friday, September 16

Goodwin Fine Art
Opening Reception, 5 - 8 pm
Beau Carey | Rabbit Island and Patti Hallock | Pull. Exhibiting a new body of work by Beau Carey inspired by his most recent artist residency and the first exhibition in the gallery by Patti Hallock who will be debuting work from her latest photographic portfolio Pull.
Through November 4

Thursday, September 22
Robischon Gallery
Opening Reception, 6 - 8 pm
John Buck, Solo Exhibition. Following last year’s thoroughly compelling solo exhibition which many knowledgeable writers and viewers publically identified in print and in conversation as Denver’s best show of the year, Robischon Gallery again presents the distinguished American artist John Buck in an expansive solo exhibition featuring numerous kinetic carved jelutong wood sculptures, wall relief panels, figural cast-bronze sculptures, as well as large scale works on paper. For a significant aspect of the exhibition, Buck takes his conceptual cues from the timeless realm of American politics, in perfect parallel to the heated spectacle of the current controversial 2016 presidential election.
In the Viewing Room: Ana Maria Hernando Solo Exhibition.
Through December 17




William Havu Gallery
Virgil Ortiz
clay with wild spinach paint
Through October 8

Abend Gallery
Felicia Forte
Self Portrait, Rouge Bingo
Oil, 16 x 12 in.
Through October 1

Walker Fine Art
Vanessa Clarke
green, black & grey granite and Turkish marble 21x14x47
Through November 5

David B. Smith Gallery

Sarah McKenzie
(Clyfford Still Museum, 2014), 2015

oil and acrylic on canvas
48 x 72 in
Through October 8

Goodwin Fine Art
Patti Hallock
Blur, 2014
archival pigment print mounted on dibond, 30” x 40”
Through November 4

Robischon Gallery
John Buck in the studio wit
 The Potomac Waltz
Jelutong wood, canvas, acrylic, motor and belts
180 x 166 x 166 in.
Through December 17



Member Galleries:

Abend Gallery
Artyard Contemporary Sculpture
David Cook Fine Art
Gallery 1261
Goodwin Fine Art
William Havu Gallery
Metro Frame Works
Michael Warren Contemporary
Mod Space Design
Tam O'Neill Fine Arts
Sandra Phillips Gallery
Plus Gallery
Robischon Gallery
Saks Galleries
David B. Smith Gallery
Space Gallery
Visions West Gallery
Walker Fine Art

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