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March openings:

Friday, March 1
1st Friday Openings at  participating galleries

Friday March 1
Sandra Phillips Gallery 
Artist Reception, 6 - 8 pm
No Boundaries, a photographic series by acclaimed photographer Evan Anderman featuring photographs of the Colorado La Veta Pass burn area from the 2018 wildfire. With a PhD in geology, Anderman sees beyond the boundaries often using drones and aerial photographs. The exhibit will also showcase new film animations by Supernova animation artist John R. Morrison plus film animation by artist Virginia Folkestad and artist Anna Kaye.

Visions West Contemporary
Opening reception, 6-8pm
Midnight, a photo series by Los Angeles based artist Reine Paradis. The Midnight series was created concurrently with a documentary film directed by Carl Lindstrom titled Queen of Paradis which follows the artist across the United States as she finds the perfect location for her colorful photographs. It’s an all-out adventure and an in-depth look at what it takes to make innovative art today. The film debuted at the Los Angeles Indie Film Festival in Hollywood, California in February. Queen of Paradis will be screened in Denver during the run of Paradis’s solo exhibition. Tickets are available at Visions West Contemporary. Date and time TBA. Please contact gallery for additional information.
Through April 6

Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
March Group Show with gallery artists.


Space Gallery
Beyond the Framework, bringing together five celebrated artists from Denver, Philadelphia, New York, England and Holland: Steven Baris, Frea Buckle, Joshua Enck, Alyson Khan and Hyland Mather. The underlying thread that binds these artists collectively is geometry. This exhibit explores five unique ways that these artists have developed to manipulate and morph this common language to be their own. Each breaking down, humanizing, and pushing past traditional concepts and exploring visual opposites: patterns and irregularity, lyrical and concise, loud and quiet, decorative and raw.
Through April 6

Saturday, March 2
Gallery 1261
Opening reception, 6-8pm
Quintet, an exhibition featuring the works of Scott Fraser, Patrick Kramer, Daniel Sprick, Anthony Waichulis, and Elizabeth Zanzinger. Each painter manages to arouse a sense of curiosity and meditative study in the process of showcasing the familiar, yet visually complex everyday.
Through March 30

Thursday, March 7
Tansey Contemporary

Opening reception, 5-7pm
Resonant: Leopoldo Cuspinera Madrigal, Recent Work. While studying architecture in the 1980s and 90s, Cuspinera Madrigal also sang in a choir. “Resonant” highlights these musical and architectural influences, specifically concepts of space, rhythm, cadence, measures, meters, equilibrium, harmony, and scale. He likens this body of work to dance, which visually manifests sound. Cuspinera Madrigal says, “‘Resonant’ is a series of materialized sonorous mental constructions and joyful moments in which the language employed in both architecture and music is almost the same.” His structured compositions create an expansive, transcendent experience that enables one to “reach out to the immaterial by means of that which is material.” view the exhibit

Through April 7

William Matthews Gallery
Open House and New Art Reveal, 4-7pm
Announcing William Matthews' new public art commission for Dickies Arena, Fort Worth, Texas. William was chosen from among many applicants to design, create and oversee fabrication of the decorative facade of the south entrance of Dickies Arena. The entire installation will be 100' long by 12' high. The composition will consist of a 63' x 12' glass tile mosaic mural of a western image created just for this space. It will be flanked by two 12’ high bronze bas-relief sculptures. Construction is currently underway on the massive bas-relief images in our studio. There are many stages from conception of the sculpture to the actual bronze casting. Come view the 12’ clay renderings before they move on to be cast at a foundry in Fort Collins on March 11

Friday, March 8
Walker Fine Art

Opening Reception, 5-9 pm
Elements: Featuring: Russell Brown, Bonny Lhotka, Conor King, Kevin Hoth, Robert Buelteman, and  Jane Fulton Alt
Through April 20

William Havu Gallery
Opening Reception, 6 - 9 pm
A solo exhibition by renowned painter, John Gibson. Presented concurrently in the main gallery will be new paintings by Laramie, WY based painter Clay Johnson. On the mezzanine will be new work by Santa Fe, NM artist, Jeff Kahm.
Through April 20

Friday, March 15
3rd Friday Openings at participating galleries

Tuesday, March 19
Sandra Phillips Gallery

7:00-8:30p Hamilton Building, Lower Level
Artist Talk: Evan Anderman lecture at the Denver Art Museum, with reception with the artist to follow at the Sandra Phillips Gallery.
Through April 6

Saturday, April 20
Tansey Contemporary
Opening reception, 1:30 to 3:30 pm
As part of Month of Photography, Tansey Contemporary is pleased to present a solo exhibition of photography-based embroidery, landscape and architectural artifacts by Fort Collins-based artist, Carol Shinn. Shinn will be in attendance and will give a brief talk about her work and her process.
Through May 27

Wednesday, March 20
Visions West Contemporary
6-9 p.m. at the SIE Center, 2510 E Colfax Ave, Denver, CO 80206   map
You are invited to a private screening of Queen of Paradis a film by Carl Lindstrom. Please join us. Please RSVP, limited seats available .Artist Reine Paradis and Director Carl Lindstrom will be in attendance. WINNER of BEST FEATURE FILM at the 2019 LA lndie Film Festival Official Selections at The 2019 Ashland Independent Film Festival, & The Newport Beach Film Festival  After selling out her first exhibition in Los Angeles in 2016, artist Reine Paradis embarks on a dangerous and surreal road trip across the United States to complete her next body of work. It's an all-out adventure and an in-depth look at what it takes to make art today.

Thursday, March 21
Robischon Gallery
Opening Reception for the Artists, 6 - 8pm
In conjunction with Denver’s Month of Photography, Robischon Gallery is pleased to present three concurrent solo exhibitions featuring David Maisel (CA), Kevin O’Connell (CO) and James Benning (CA). The artists’ attention toward both earth and sky, capture divergent aspects of their subjects - from Maisel’s bold, vertiginous, aerial overviews of industrially-altered landscapes, to O’Connell’s vast open fields, awaiting life-sustaining rain and the clouds that deliver it, to Benning’s seasonally changing views of backroads, smaller interstates and lonely highways through a lens of an unrelenting traveler of the contemporary open roads. In the Viewing Room: Claire Sherman.
Though May 4

Friday, March 22

Rule Gallery
Opening reception, 6-9pm

In The Fold showcases three artists, Susan Blake, Basil Kincaid and Renluka Maharaj whose photographic work lies at the intersection of culture and identity, where fabric as subject holds memory at the forefront of their individual practice. Fabric can be seen as an impression of a figure or a stand-in for the remembrance of a loved one. It acts as a vehicle for a history, woven into each thread or sewn into an ancestral quilt. preview the exhibition
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Through May 4

Friday, March 29
David B. Smith Gallery
Opening reception, 6-8pm
Re/Presenting México: José María Velasco and the Politics of Paper
, by Las Vegas-based artist Justin Favela. Continuing his dialogue with the works of Mexican landscape painter José María Velasco, row by row, Favela meticulously replicates Velasco’s iconic works in strips of brightly colored tissue paper.
Justin Favela, In the project room: Mikayla Whitmore, Magic Circle. Magic Circle taps into the lore of Western landscapes mingled with the art historical symbolism of the mirror and the shape of the circle. Through her use of light and reflection Whitmore alludes to the mirage, the storied symbol of salvation, particularly when one is lost in the desert.
Through May 4
 

 



 


Sandra Phillips Gallery
Evan Anderman
La Veta Pass burn area photograph
Through April 6


Visions West Contemporary
 Reine Paradis

Archival Pigment Print, 28 x 42 and 42 x 60 inches
Through April 6


Visions West Contemporary
Daniel Glanz
Wire Haired Pointer
9" x 8" x 8" Bronze edition,
1 of 30


Space Gallery
Steven Baris
Never the Same Space Twice E2
oil on canvas, 50"x50"
Through April 6


Gallery 1261
Anthony Waichulis
Lunch Break
Oil, 5 x 7"
Through March 30


Tansey Contemporary
 Leopoldo Cuspinera
Madrigal
De Barrio Y Viento I

Paper fabrication 12" x 48"
Through April 7


William Matthews Gallery
William Matthews' new public art commission for Dickies Arena
100' x 12'


Walker Fine Art
Russell Brown
Installation
Through April 20


William Havu Gallery       
John Gibson
Serenade
Oil on panel, 21 x 87 inches
Through April 20


Sandra Phillips Gallery
Evan Anderman
La Veta Pass burn area photograph
Through April 6


Tansey Contemporary
Carol Shinn
Canyon Walls
Embroidery, 20.25" x 15"  and 27.25" x 22" framed
Through May 27


Visions West Contemporary
A private screening of Queen of Paradis


Robischon Gallery
David Maisel
American Mine (Carlin, NV 18)
Edition of 5,
archival pigment print 48 x 48 in.
Though May 4


Rule Gallery
Renluka Maharaj
Why So Foreign, Why So Strange
pigmented ink print, 60 x 40 inches, ed. of 4
Through May 4


David B. Smith Gallery
Justin Favela Self Portrait 2018
Tissue paper and glue
26 x 20 x 1 in.
Through May 4






 

 

Member Galleries:


Abend Gallery
David B. Smith Gallery
David Cook Fine Art
Gallery 1261
GALLERY M
Goodwin Fine Art
K Contemporary

Mai Wyn Fine Art
Michael Warren Contemporary
Plinth Gallery
Plus Gallery
Robischon Gallery
Rule Gallery
Saks Galleries
Sandra Phillips Gallery
Space Gallery
Tansey Contemporary
Visions West Contemporary
Walker Fine Art
William Havu Gallery
William Matthews
 



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