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February:  


Month of February
Saks Galleries Cherry Creek

Featuring an all-gallery group show of works that evoke the spirit of thankfulness. Gratitude can be seen in the smallest of gestures to the greatest forces of nature.
Through January 31

 


Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Gordon Brown
Snow Squall
Oil on canvas 16 x 20 inches
Through February 31
 


Friday, February 2
Plinth Gallery

Opening 6-9pm
Shalene Valenzuela, Feigned Utility. Her sculptures deal with contemporary issues in a thoughtful, humorous yet ironic tone. She reproduces everyday objects and the imagery is hand painted. Her narrative work references fairytales, urban myths, consumer culture, etiquette, and societal expectations, to mention a few. "Stylistically, my imagery is derived from somewhat dated sources that represent an idealized time in society and advertising. Beneath the shiny veneer of these relics hides a complex and sometimes contradictory truth of what things seem to appear as upon first glance." She defines her ceramic pieces as "essentially a form of trompe l'oeil."
 


Plinth Gallery
Shalene Valenzuela,
Through March 30
 


Saturday, February 3
Abend Gallery
Opening Reception,  4 -7 pm
Location: 1261 Delaware St, Suite 2, Denver, CO
A Matter of Light and Death, curated by renowned artist Jeremy Caniglia, featres contemporary artists who embrace and expand upon his techniques of chiaroscuro and narrative depth. Curator's Insight, Jeremy Caniglia remarks, "This exhibition is a tribute to Caravaggio's understanding of light and death, and showcases the next generation of realist artists who are unafraid to delve into the realms of darkness and beauty in storytelling."

Many participating artists will be in attendance, including: Robert Armetta, Daniela Astone, Jura Bedic, Jeremy Caniglia, Louis Carr, Ananda Fetherston, Thomas Fluharty, Jennifer Gennari, Scott Gustafson, Phil Hale, Bill Hauser, Luke Hillestad, Evan Kitson, Kathe Kollwitz, Brock Larsen, Jeffrey T Larsen, Steven J. Levin, Gannon McMullen, Divya Melaluca, Michele Mitchell, Fina Mooney, Jim Ostlund, Hunter Parry, Judith Peck, George Pratt, James Robinson, Mario Robinson, Brandon Soloff, Nic Thurman, Sebastian Salvo, Andrew Tischler, Allen Williams, David Witt, and Massimo Tizzano Zuigan.
Through February 24
 


Abend Gallery
A Matter of Light and Death
Through February 24


Friday, February 9
Robischon Gallery
Opening:
Intervals, a group exhibition of twenty-four distinctive Robischon Gallery artists. Exhibiting: Allison Gildersleve, Nikki Lindt, Karen Kitchel, Claire Sherman, Trine Bumiller, Susan Scott, Amy Ellingson, Jae Ko, Barbara Takenaga,· Alison Hall, Jason Karolak, Wendi Harford, Marcelyn Mcneil, Don Voisine, Deborah Zlotsky, Pard Morrison, David Fought, Ted Larsen and Stephen Westfall.

In The Viewing Room: Christian Rex Van Minnen, Fred Stonehouse, Walter Robinson, Paco Pomet and Stacey Steers

 

Intervals a genre-spanning group exhibition of archived works from twenty-four, distinctive gallery artists. Ranging in proportion from grand to diminutive, the artworks of shifting size offer experiential entrance into the in-between where scale presents insight into different ways of seeing. From the bold intuitive brushwork of the large Claire Sherman paintings to her suite of small watercolor studies, the artist illustrates the uniquely different realms existing within the oeuvre of a single artist. Similar dialogues ignite between artists such as the compositional energy of Amy Ellingson’s oil and encaustic paintings placed near Jae Ko’s vividly hued, materially intriguing wall sculptures. The inky graphite-over-plaster Alison Hall paintings have rich meaning rooted in both architecture and a reverence for the Madonna of Italian chapels, and her subtle black rectangles also serve as a dynamic counterpoint to the explosive abstraction of the vast Barbara Takenaga painting in proximity. Pard Morrison’s potent pink painting with grid-like rectangles selectively activates elements of the neighboring exhibited artworks where chromatic resonance, spatial dimensionality, and linear formality unite. Similarly, in the Viewing Room Gallery an astonishing Christian Rex van Minnen painting amplifies the provocative surrounding works in charged juxtaposition to van Minnen’s large and captivating figure. Through painting, sculpture, and prints in consideration of landscape, abstraction, and figural subjects, all of the accomplished artists on view in “INTERVALS” extend an invitation to approach a liminal threshold exploring myriad interpretations through scale.
Through March 9
 



Robischon Gallery
Pard Morrison
Reverse Vampire
graphite, gesso, molding paste, acrylic on Belgian linen 72 x 72 in.
Through March 9


Robischon Gallery
Claire Sherman
Tree and Moss
oil on canvas 96 x 78 in.

Through March 9


Robischon Gallery
Christian Rex van Minnen
RAM blisters BOB blockage IN THE third chakra
oil on linen 55 x 96 in.
Through March 9
 


Thursday, February 29
Space Gallery

Opening exhibition, 6-8pm
Taiko Chandler, Proving Grounds and Diane Cionni, Insight/Outsight. Part of the Mo Print, Month of printmaking exhibits.
Through April 6
 


Space Gallery
Taiko Chandler
On and On #11
 Oil Monotype, 43" x 32"
Through April 6
 


Space Gallery
Diane Cionni
Junket
Polymer Etching, 24" x 24"
Through April 6
 

March:  


Friday, March 15
William Havu Gallery
Opening reception, 5-8 pm.
Modern Perspective, an exhibition featuring new works by Tracy Felix and Sushe Felix. Also showing in the mezzanine are new paintings by Hart James. The Felix’s are Denver based artists and are Colorado natives. They met in high school art classes and later married in 1984. In the fall they will celebrate 40 years of showing professionally in Denver and they have both have been represented by the William Havu Gallery since 1998. Both artists are influenced by many of the Modernist artists that worked in Colorado and New Mexico and have tried to create our own unique styles. Their work can be found in many private and public collections including the Denver Art Museum, the Kirkland Museum, the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, the Sangre de Christo Art Center, Pueblo and the Denver Public Library.

Through April 27
 



William Havu Gallery
Tracy Felix
Impending Storm
Oil on panel,48 ” x 36”
Through April 27


William Havu Gallery
Sushe Felix
City of Light
Acrylic on panel, 48” x 36”
Through April 27
 

 


EXHIBIT LISTINGS:



Abend Gallery
1261 Delaware Street
Denver, CO 80204   map
Delaware St. hours: Tue-Sat 10-6, Sun 11am-4


303.355.0950 phone
800.288.3726 toll free


website: www.abendgallery.com

Note: 2nd location in Cherry Creek, Denver
303 Detroit St Denver, CO 80206 phone: 720-551-4044  map

Saturday, February 3
Opening Reception,  4 -7 pm
Location: 1261 Delaware St, Suite 2, Denver, CO
A Matter of Light and Death, curated by renowned artist Jeremy Caniglia, featres contemporary artists who embrace and expand upon his techniques of chiaroscuro and narrative depth. Curator's Insight, Jeremy Caniglia remarks, "This exhibition is a tribute to Caravaggio's understanding of light and death, and showcases the next generation of realist artists who are unafraid to delve into the realms of darkness and beauty in storytelling."

Many participating artists will be in attendance, including: Robert Armetta, Daniela Astone, Jura Bedic, Jeremy Caniglia, Louis Carr, Ananda Fetherston, Thomas Fluharty, Jennifer Gennari, Scott Gustafson, Phil Hale, Bill Hauser, Luke Hillestad, Evan Kitson, Kathe Kollwitz, Brock Larsen, Jeffrey T Larsen, Steven J. Levin, Gannon McMullen, Divya Melaluca, Michele Mitchell, Fina Mooney, Jim Ostlund, Hunter Parry, Judith Peck, George Pratt, James Robinson, Mario Robinson, Brandon Soloff, Nic Thurman, Sebastian Salvo, Andrew Tischler, Allen Williams, David Witt, and Massimo Tizzano Zuigan.
Through February 24

Thursday, January 18
New Arrivals You May Have Missed," an exhibition featuring a thoughtful collection of works that have arrived outside of our recent exhibitions. This assembly showcases pieces by 3rd Version, Ifeoluwa Alade, Jaclyn Alderete, Mary Carroll, *Dan Cohen, *Denise Dambrackas, *Neil Douglas, Derek Harrison, *Amy Hutcheson, *Emma Kalff, Mariska Karto, Shelli Langdale, Judd Mercer, Michael Miller, *Mo Myra, *Marcin Owczarek, *Tal Paz-Fridman, Corey Pickett, *Karina Rodriguez", *Ruby Roth, Nick Runge, *Vasily Ryabchenko, Amanda Seckington, Timothy J. Standring, Sarah van der Helm, *Jon Wassom, and John Wentz. These artworks, accessible for viewing online or in our gallery, introduce narratives that enrich and diversify our current art offerings, providing an inviting exploration for enthusiasts and collectors alike.
Through February 15
 



David B. Smith Gallery 
1543 A Wazee Sgtreet
Denver, CO 80202 
map
phone:    303.893.4234
fax:         877.893.4234

website: 
http://davidbsmithgallery.com
Hours: Tues-Sat 12-6, and by appointment

Continuing:
Garden Pictures, a special collaboration between Los Angeles-based artist Matthew Brandt and Denver-based artist Christine Nguyen. In their first ever collaboration, Brandt and Nguyen compiled, manipulated, and layered images taken of their home gardens to produce vibrant photo collages that hark back to each artist’s nostalgic relationship to analog darkroom processes.
Through February 17
 



David Cook Fine Art
Maggie Ross, Director
1637 Wazee Street
Denver, Colorado 80202
    map

Phone:      303.623.8181

Website:    www.davidcookfineart.com

Hours:      10:30 - 6:00 Tuesday through Saturday and by appointment

Exhibition to be announced
 



Gallery 1261  LLC
1261 Delaware Street
Denver, CO 80204  
map


phone: 303.571.1261

website:   www.gallery1261.com

Hours:     Tue - Sat: 12-6pm

Exhibition to be announced
 



GALLERY M
 
180 Cook St, Suite 101   map
Denver, CO 80206

phone:    303-331-8400
website:  www.gallerym.com


Hours:    By Appointment Daily, Tue-Sat.

GALLERY M specializes in 20th century photojournalism and social documentary. LIFE photojournalists including Alfred Eisenstaedt, Bourke-White, Carl Mydans, Ralph Morse and others are always on display and available
.
Exhibition to be announced
 



K Contemporary
 
Doug Kacena Co-Owner / Director
1412 Wazee St , Denver, CO 80202   map
phone:     303-590-9800
cell:         720-296-7180

website:   https://kcontemporaryart.com

Hours:     Tuesday - Saturday, 12 pm ? 6 pm or by appointment

Exhibition to be announced

 



Michael Warren Contemporary   
Mike McClung and Warren Campbell, owners

760 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204  map

gallery:     303-635-6255
cell:
         303-667-2447

website:   www.michaelwarrencontemporary.com


Hours:     Tues-Sat 11am-6 pm or by appointment


2023 Online Programming 24/7
 



Plinth Gallery
Owner:  Jonathan Kaplan
3520 Brighton Blvd
Denver, Colorado 80216    map
phone:     303-295-0717


website:   www.plinthgallery.com

Hours:     Thursday -Saturday, 12pm-5pm, and other times by appointment

Friday February 2
Opening 6-9pm
Opening 6-9pm Shalene Valenzuela, Feigned Utility. Her sculptures deal with contemporary issues in a thoughtful, humorous yet ironic tone. She reproduces everyday objects and the imagery is hand painted. Her narrative work references fairytales, urban myths, consumer culture, etiquette, and societal expectations, to mention a few. "Stylistically, my imagery is derived from somewhat dated sources that represent an idealized time in society and advertising. Beneath the shiny veneer of these relics hides a complex and sometimes contradictory truth of what things seem to appear as upon first glance." She defines her ceramic pieces as "essentially a form of trompe l'oeil."
 



Plus Gallery

Owner: Ivar Zeile
Private Dealer

website:  www.plusgallery.com

Exhibition to be announced
 


 
Robischon Gallery

1740 Wazee St.
Denver, CO.  80202    Map
phone:  303.298.7788
fax:       303.298.7799


web:  www.robischongallery.com


Hours:  Tuesday - Saturday 11am to 6pm Mondays
            by appointment. Adjacent Free Parking until 6pm


Friday, February 9
Opening:
Intervals, a group exhibition of twenty-four distinctive Robischon Gallery artists: Allison Gildersleve · Nikki Lindt · Karen Kitchel· Claire Sherman Trine Bumiller · Susan Scott Amy Ellingson · Jae Ko · Barbara Takenaga · Alison Hall Jason Karolak · Wendi Harford · Marcelyn Mcneil · Don Voisine· Deborah Zlotsky Pard Morrison· David Fought · Ted Larsen · and Stephen Westfall.

In The Viewing Room: Christian Rex Van Minnen · Fred Stonehouse · Walter Robinson · Paco Pomet · Stacey Steers.

 

Intervals a genre-spanning group exhibition of archived works from twenty-four, distinctive gallery artists. Ranging in proportion from grand to diminutive, the artworks of shifting size offer experiential entrance into the in-between where scale presents insight into different ways of seeing. From the bold intuitive brushwork of the large Claire Sherman paintings to her suite of small watercolor studies, the artist illustrates the uniquely different realms existing within the oeuvre of a single artist. Similar dialogues ignite between artists such as the compositional energy of Amy Ellingson’s oil and encaustic paintings placed near Jae Ko’s vividly hued, materially intriguing wall sculptures. The inky graphite-over-plaster Alison Hall paintings have rich meaning rooted in both architecture and a reverence for the Madonna of Italian chapels, and her subtle black rectangles also serve as a dynamic counterpoint to the explosive abstraction of the vast Barbara Takenaga painting in proximity. Pard Morrison’s potent pink painting with grid-like rectangles selectively activates elements of the neighboring exhibited artworks where chromatic resonance, spatial dimensionality, and linear formality unite. Similarly, in the Viewing Room Gallery an astonishing Christian Rex van Minnen painting amplifies the provocative surrounding works in charged juxtaposition to van Minnen’s large and captivating figure. Through painting, sculpture, and prints in consideration of landscape, abstraction, and figural subjects, all of the accomplished artists on view in “INTERVALS” extend an invitation to approach a liminal threshold exploring myriad interpretations through scale.
Through March 9
 



Rule Gallery
808 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO  80204    Map
phone:  303-800-6776
info@rulegallery.com
web:  www.rulegallery.com

Continuing:
The Unusual Suspects, featuring paintings on paper by Joe Clower and small-scale sculptures by Amber Cobb. Though distinctly individual in their approach to material, both artists are tied together by their interest in biomorphic, hybrid forms whose appearance can be understood as futuristic, otherworldly, potentially playful, or even scheming.
Through March 9 before traveling to our Marfa location.
 



Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Mikkel & Catherine Saks, owners
3019 East Second Ave

Denver, CO  80206    map
phone:    303-333-4144

website: 
www.saksgalleries.com

Hours:  Tues-Friday 10am-5pm, Saturday 10am - 4pm and by appointment.
Exhibitions year- round.
view the Saks Galleries Cherry Creek videos

 

Continuing:
Featuring an all-gallery group show of works that evoke the spirit of thankfulness. Gratitude can be seen in the smallest of gestures to the greatest forces of nature.
Through February 29

Continuing:

The McKenney-Hall Indian Gallery.
Thomas McKenney was appointed Superintendent of Indian Affairs in 1916 by President James Madison. He championed Native American causes for the next several decades at a time when tribal culture was often on a collision course with land-hungry whites and the U.S. Government. McKenney worked tirelessly on his Indian Gallery, a collection of artifacts and portraits of the visiting Indians by the famous painter Charles Bird King. However, in 1830, McKenney was dismissed by President Jackson -- they had quarreled about the removal of the Cherokee from their homeland. McKinley had also battled with a Congressional committee investigating his expenditure of $3,100 for the Indian portraits. Therefore, it was on his own that he launched a project to publish a series of large portfolios with hand-colored lithographs made after King's original paintings. More information

 



Sandra Phillips Gallery 
Gallery Owner:  Sandra Phillips

47 W. 11th Avenue, Denver. Colorado 80204   map
phone:   303 931-2991



website: www.thesandraphillipsgallery.com

Hours: Tues. - Sat. 12:30 - 5 Sun. and evenings available by appointment

Exhibition to be announced
 



Space Gallery
765 Santa Fe Drive     Map
Denver, 80204
phone:    720-904-1088

website: 
www.spacegallery.org
Hours: Wed-Sat 1pm-6pm or by appointment

Continuing:
Kaleidoscope, featuring new work by: Sue Oehme. "For the past few years my work has been based on formal (and abstract) elements of art making: color and spatial relationships, line and form, and the varieties of mark making. I have given myself a limited number of ideas to work with in order to focus on what starts to happen when the paint is applied to the surface of the paper. In the studio I have small pieces of paper tacked up with these simple words on them: Dots, Loops, Lines, Curves, Shape and Structure, which are the fundamental ideas I have when beginning a new piece. I work in series, and often have five or six pieces in progress at any given time."
Through February 24

Thursday, February 29
Opening exhibition, 6-8pm
Taiko Chandler, Proving Grounds and Diane Cionni, Insight/Outsight. Part of the Mo Print, Month of printmaking exhibits.
Through April 6th
 



Visions West Contemporary
Director:  Nikki Todd
2605 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205  map
phone:    303.292.0909

website:   
www.visionswestgallery.com
hours:    Tuesday-Saturday 10-6 pm or by appointment


Continuing:
Counter Cowboy Part II, a group exhibition with the works of Napoleon Aguilera, Jenny Day, Fort Lonesome, June Glasson, Grace Kennison, Crystal Latimer, Jennifer Nehrbass, Mike Piggott, Humberto Ramirez, Jane Reichle, Billy Schenck, Jed Smith, Travis Walker, and Alix Ziv.
Through February 17
 



Walker Fine Art 
The Prado Building, 300 West 11th Avenue (at Cherokee)
Denver, CO  80204 In the Golden Triangle   
Map
phone:     303.355.8955

website: 
www.walkerfineart.com  
hours:     Tues-Sat 11am-5 pm or by appointment

Explore all the gallery exhibits and view informative videos

Continuing video links:
Walker Fine Art is launching a new video series, Collector - Artist Dialogue, featuring a conversation between a collector and an artist who share personal thoughts and feelings about one piece of art. Beginning this series is Gallery Manager, Libby Garon, who speaks to her deep connection with painting, Blush Nebula by Ana Zanic. Ana responds to Libby with her inspiration behind the painting. Click the links  to watch this video and more Instagram , or catch all our videos on YouTube  or Facebook.

Continuing:
Nomadic Daydreams
,with artists Bonny Lhotka, Angela Beloian, Derrick Breidenthal, Ben Strawn, and George Kozmon
. Seeking the essence of nature and the profound effect it has on the human psyche, the five artists featured in Nomadic Daydreams use two dimensional mediums to explore emotional and physical landscapes. Through oil, photography, drawing and acrylic, the featured artists weave together a complex relationship between humans and nature, employing the tension between hope and truth. We invite you to wander through the exploration of color, line and texture revealing the balance between the reality of our world and what we dream it to be.
Through March 16

Friday and Saturday, March 22-23

Openings: Friday, 5-8 pm and Saturday, 11am - 5pm
Stripped, the artistic process of destruction and resurrection can reveal truths, unveil vulnerabilities, and engage memory. An exhibition highlighting the delicate interplay between form and void. This dynamic showcase of six artists working in photography, mixed media, collage, and steel exposes the multiplicity of creation through reducing, distilling, tearing, removing, and shredding. What remains is not merely the remnants of the material's past, but a palpable memory woven into something entirely new, inviting viewers to witness the transformative power of expression through intentional subtraction.
 



William Havu Gallery       
 
1040 Cherokee
     Map
Denver, CO.  80204
phone:     303.893.2360

website:   www.williamhavugallery.com

Hours:     Tue - Fri 10-6 PM, Sat 11-5 PM, Sun and Mon by appointment only
Voted Westword's best gallery for contemporary art of the region, 2017


Continuing
:

Full Circle a solo show by Jivan Lee and featuring new works by Margaret Kenway Hayden and Ricki Klages.

Lee is inspired by the landscape and artists of the Southwest. Whether conveying the shifting hues of backlit clouds, or a New Mexico river valley set ablaze in sunlight, Lee communicates a visceral, momentary feeling of being in a place and surrounded by natural beauty. He does this in part by emphasizing the sheer physical nature of his work.
Margaret Haydon earned her MFA in ceramics in 1989 from San Francisco State University. She has been a working artist and teacher in the Colorado-Wyoming area since 1991. She is an Associate Professor of Ceramics at the University of Wyo- ming, Laramie, Wyoming. Her work is exhibited frequently in shows around the country and internationally. Haydon’s current work is based on iconic images of the great sturgeon, an ancient and endangered species. The sturgeon is an important animal socially, politically and genetically. Its unusual appearance captures the imagination. Its current struggle for survival illuminates the natural worlds diminishing capacity to survive in the face of human impact.

Ricki Klages was born in Stuttgart, Germany. She received her BFA from the University of Arizona, Tucson, and her MA and MFA in Painting and Drawing from the University of New Mexico, Albuquerque. She has exhibited both nationally and internationally, and has received many awards in juried exhibitions. Ricki started teaching at the University of Wyoming in the Department of Art in 1995. She is the Head of the Department of Art, University of Wyoming.
Through March 9

Friday, March 15
Opening reception, 5-8 pm.
Modern Perspective, an exhibition featuring new works by Tracy Felix and Sushe Felix. Also showing in the mezzanine are new paintings by Hart James. The Felix’s are Denver based artists and are Colorado natives. They met in high school art classes and later married in 1984. In the fall they will celebrate 40 years of showing professionally in Denver and they have both have been represented by the William Havu Gallery since 1998. Both artists are influenced by many of the Modernist artists that worked in Colorado and New Mexico and have tried to create our own unique styles. Their work can be found in many private and public collections including the Denver Art Museum, the Kirkland Museum, the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center, the Sangre de Christo Art Center, Pueblo and the Denver Public Library.

Through April 27
 

   
 

More info /
Continuing Exhibits


February  March

 


Walker Fine Art
Nomadic Daydreams
Through March 16


Visions West Contemporary
Napoleon Aguilera
Heavy Alligator Boots, 2023
basalt PS

Through February 17


Visions West Contemporary
June Glasson: Progress #2, 2023, ink, pencil, & acrylic on paper, 30 x 22 inches
Through February 17


Visions West Contemporary
Tracy Stuckey
The Cowboy, 2023
oil on canvas, 84 x 45 inches

Through February 17



Visions West Contemporary
Grace Kennison
In My End Is My Beginning, 2023
acrylic on canvas,
18 x 16 x 2 inches

Through February 17

 


Abend Gallery
New Arrivals You May Have Missed
Through February 15



Space Gallery
Sue Oehme
Magnifier, 2023
Oil and watercolor monoprint with hand coloring.
54 1/2 x 39 inches
Through February 24

 

Rule Gallery
Joe Clower
Untitled, 2011
Watercolor on paper,
12 x 15 in
Through March 9
 

Rule Gallery
Amber Cobb
Bene, 2023
wood, metal, epoxy and enamel 15 x 7 x 3 inches

Through March 9



David B. Smith Gallery
Christine Nguyen
Detail of Stars, Constellations, Sunflowers 2023-3, 2023
silver leaf, salt crystals, and cyanotype on cotton paper 77 x 50 in.
Through February 17


David B. Smith Gallery
Matthew Brand and Christine Nguyen Garden Picture 1, 2023 archival pigment inks on paper 18.5 x 15 in.
Through February 17


David B. Smith Gallery
Chris Oatey
Flower Wheel (1), 2023
carbon on paper 44.75 x 25 in
Through February 17



William Havu Gallery
Ricki Klages
Clearing
Oil on Panel, 12 x3 6 inches
Through March 9


William Havu Gallery
Jivan Lee
Northwest (Happy Birthday)
Oil on two panels, 60 x 96 inches
Through March 9


William Havu Gallery
Margaret Kenway Haydon
Tableau
Cast porcelain compositions, 13 x 8 x 6 inches
Through March 9



William Matthews Gallery
Owner:   William Matthews
Great Basin Studio
2540 Walnut St,
Denver, CO 80205   
map

phone:   303-534-1300


Hours:    Tuesday & Thursday 10 am - 5 pm or by appointment
website:
  williammatthewsstudio.com


Continuing:
Opening reception, 5- 8 pm
William Matthews, Water.
 


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