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June    


Friday, June 9
Sandra Phillips Gallery
Opening reception, 6-8pm
Matters on Paper with artists Joshua Field, Anna Kaye, Margaret Kasahara, and Denis Roussel. The immediacy of each artwork in “Matters on Paper” creates a compelling conversation.
more information
Through August 1

Goodwin Fine Art
Opening Reception, 5-8pm
Shawn Huckins | Somewhere to Nowhere and Holly Lynton | The Birds
Shawn Huckins, Somewhere to Nowhere. Shawn Huckins recent paintings remain text-based with a twist of personal narrative and nostalgia added to the mix. In the summer of 2011 Holly Lynton photographed an old dilapidated New England barn on the property of a former dairy farm in Pioneer Valley. Since then, Lynton has returned every fall and spring season with her large format 8 x 10 inch view camera to record and document the changes to the landscape.
Preview show
Through July 22
 



Goodwin Fine Art
Shawn Huckins
Misty Morning: Somewhere To Nowhere,
2017 acrylic on canvas mounted to birch panel 23.5 in. dia.
Preview show

Through July 22


Goodwin Fine Art

Holly Lynton
The Birds, II, April 2013
silver gelatin print, collage, 16 x 20 inches, 2017
Preview show
Through July 22


Sandra Phillips Gallery
Matters on Paper Exhibition
Through August 1


Thursday, June 15
Abend Gallery

Note our new address
1412 Wazee Street, Denver, CO 80202    Map
Opening Reception, 6-9pm

Abend Gallery christens its innovative new Wazee Street location with “Palette,” an extraordinary exhibition revealing the magnificence that lies just beneath the surface of the mundane. Layered with the bright echoes of masterpieces long complete, those unlikely canvases have been thoughtfully amplified by many of the country’s most celebrated painters until they resound with glorious expression that speaks as eloquently of each artist’s creative method as to their artistic gifts. Curated by Dina Brodsky and Trek Lexington. Artists: Liz Adams-Jones, James Adelman, Erin Anderson, Steven Assael, Daniel Bilodeau, Luis Borrero, Maya Brodsky, Charis J. Carmichael Braun, Zach Brown, Sue Bryan, Garrett Cook, April Coppini, Diana Corvelle, Benjamin Craig, Cara DeAngelis, Dimitri Desiron, Michelle Doll, Daniel Doubrovkine, Heidi Elbers, Christian Fagerlund, Shauna Finn, Julien Gardair, Nick Gebhart, Jennifer Gennari, Alonsa Guevara, Andrew Haines, Eben Haines, Joshua Henderson, F Scott Hess, Rafael Hoekstra, Caitlin Hurd, Kieran Ingram, John Jacobsmeyer, Yunsung Jang, Marshall Jones, Kit King, Evan Kitson, Brandy Kraft, Maria Kreyn, James Kroner, Shawn Krueger, Andrew Lenaghan, Amber Lia-Kloppel, Tim Lowly, Daniel Maidman, Brian Mashburn, Adam McGalliard, Anna Mogilevsky, Tun Myaing, Jessica Pisano, Kim Power, James Raczkowski, Per Elof Nilsson Ricklund, Matt Rota, Nicolas Sanchez, Denis Sarazhin, Raphael Sassi, Victoria Selbach, Josh Suda, Maria Teicher, Mark Trujillo, Emilio Villalba, Melanie Vote, John Wellington, John Wentz, Timothy Wilson, Zane York, and Miles Yoshida.
Through July 8
 

Abend Gallery
Marshall Jones
Until the Light Takes Us 2
Oil on palette, 14 x 10"
Through July 8


Abend Gallery
Nicolas V. Sanchez
After Van Dyck's, Portrait of Anna Wake
Colored ballpoint pen on paper,
7 x 5"

Through July 8



Friday, June 16
David B. Smith Gallery
Opening Reception, 6-8pm
Two exhibitions: Adam Milner’s first solo exhibition in the main gallery, Desirable Objects. With works that contemplate corporeality and shared space between bodies, Milner uses blood, flowers, hair, belly button lint, false eyelashes to close gaps between natural and artificial, human and non-human, inside and outside. The works, comprised of rigorously collected and mined material from himself, friends, strangers, and other living things, collectively ask questions about who or what has a body and how those bodies are organized or collected.

Also: Cabinet, artist Adam Milner’s first curatorial endeavor at the gallery. This installation accompanies Milner’s solo exhibition, Desirable Objects. Cabinet presents a viewer mediated experience inspired by the tradition of Cabinets of Curiosities. With contributions from almost one hundred artists, objects are displayed en masse, collecting meaning and significance from both their proximity to other objects and their open narrative for viewers to decipher. List of artists
Through July 15

 



David B. Smith Gallery
Linda Lopez, Untitled (Porcelain Dust Furry with Gold Rocks #11), 2017, ceramic, 2.5 x 3.125 x 3.125 in.
Through July 15


David B. Smith Gallery
Adam Milner
Various Documents
(November 30, 2015), 2010-2017 (ongoing), digital photographic archive.
Through July 15
 



Friday, June 23

First Friday Receptions: August 4 & September 1,  5-8pm

Walker Fine Art 
Opening: 5-9 pm
HUMAN | NATURE, featuring: Jessica Drenk, Derrick Breidenthal, Carol Browning, Don Quade, Norman Epp, Karin Schminke, and Lee Heekin. The wonders of natural environments are often known to spark creativity in the human mind. Drawing inspiration from nature, while freeing themselves from representational qualities, these 7 artists collectively evoke natural abstractions through varying media. Their works look at man's influence on nature, and nature's subsequent response. Organic references ground their compositions in an effort to make sense of random elements through nature's inherent geometry.
Through September 2

William Havu Gallery
Opening Reception, 6-9pm
Fabricating Nature with artists Katie Caron, Judy Gardne,r Margaret Haydon, Sharon Meriash, Regan Rosburg and Naomi Scheck.
On The Mezzanine:
Sushe Felix & Tracy Felix
Through August 5



 



Walker Fine Art
Don Quade
Water Garden 3
36 x 36
Through September 2



Walker Fine Art
Carol Browning
Glimmer of Light
48 x 60
Through September 2



Walker Fine Art
Derrick Breidenthal
Running Water
40 x 60
Through September 2


Walker Fine Art
Jessica Drenk
Pencils
Through September 2


William Havu Gallery
Regan Rosburg,
Vanitas V
oil paint, mylar, silk, paper wasp nest, lizard, wolf spider, bones, squirrel skull in resin, 31" x 29" x 5"
Through August 5


William Havu Gallery
Naomi Scheck
Amplify
gouache, ink, gel medium on synthetic paper, 40" x 40"
Through August 5


William Havu Gallery
Judy Gardner
Remembrance
3D print and acrylic on wood panel, 28" x 28" x 8"
Through August 5


Walker Fine Art
Norman Epp
Saw Tooth Blues (detail)
36 x 36
Through September 2



Walker Fine Art
Lee Heekin
Sanctuary
30 x 30
Through September 2

 


Friday, June 26
Third Friday Art Receptions, 6-8pm
Various galleries


 


 


 


Friday June 30
Final Friday Art Receptions, 6-8 pm
Golden Triangle Galleries


 
   

 

GALLERY LISTINGS



Abend Gallery
Note our new address
1412 Wazee Street, Denver, CO 80202    Map
Hours: Tue-Sat 10-6, Sun 11am-4
303.355.0950 phone
800.288.3726 toll free


website: www.abendgallery.com

Thursday, June 15
Opening Reception: 6-9pm
Abend Gallery christens its innovative new Wazee Street location with Palette, an extraordinary exhibition revealing the magnificence that lies just beneath the surface of the mundane. Layered with the bright echoes of masterpieces long complete, those unlikely canvases have been thoughtfully amplified by many of the country’s most celebrated painters until they resound with glorious expression that speaks as eloquently of each artist’s creative method as to their artistic gifts. Curated by Dina Brodsky and Trek Lexington. Participating Artists: Liz Adams-Jones, James Adelman, Erin Anderson, Steven Assael, Daniel Bilodeau, Luis Borrero, Maya Brodsky, Charis J. Carmichael Braun, Zach Brown, Sue Bryan, Garrett Cook, April Coppini, Diana Corvelle, Benjamin Craig, Cara DeAngelis, Dimitri Desiron, Michelle Doll, Daniel Doubrovkine, Heidi Elbers, Christian Fagerlund, Shauna Finn, Julien Gardair, Nick Gebhart, Jennifer Gennari, Alonsa Guevara, Andrew Haines, Eben Haines, Joshua Henderson, F Scott Hess, Rafael Hoekstra, Caitlin Hurd, Kieran Ingram, John Jacobsmeyer, Yunsung Jang, Marshall Jones, Kit King, Evan Kitson, Brandy Kraft, Maria Kreyn, James Kroner, Shawn Krueger, Andrew Lenaghan, Amber Lia-Kloppel, Tim Lowly, Daniel Maidman, Brian Mashburn, Adam McGalliard, Anna Mogilevsky, Tun Myaing, Jessica Pisano, Kim Power, James Raczkowski, Per Elof Nilsson Ricklund, Matt Rota, Nicolas Sanchez, Denis Sarazhin, Raphael Sassi, Victoria Selbach, Josh Suda, Maria Teicher, Mark Trujillo, Emilio Villalba, Melanie Vote, John Wellington, John Wentz, Timothy Wilson, Zane York, and Miles Yoshida.
Through July 8
 



Artyard Contemporary Sculpture
 
1251 South Pearl St., Denver, CO. 80210
      Map
Hours: 1:30 - 5:30 Wednesday through Saturday and by appointment
303.777.3219

website: www.artyardgallery.com


Exhibition to be announced
 



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

Phone:      303.623.8181

Website:    www.davidcookfineart.com

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

Exhibition to be announced
 



Gallery 1261  LLC    map 
phone: 303.571.1261

website:   www.gallery1261.com

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
 



Goodwin Fine Art
Tine Goodwin, Director/Owner
1255 Delaware Street    Map
Denver CO 80204
phone:    303.573.1255

website:  www.goodwinfineart.com 

Hours:   Tuesday - Friday 11-6, Saturday 11-5
 

Continuing:

Artist's Reception, 5-8pm
Lanny DeVuono | Terraforming and Linda Connor | Gravity Show. New works by Lanny DeVuono and the photographic work of Linda Connor.
Through June 3

Friday, June 9
Opening Reception, 5-8pm
Shawn Huckins | Somewhere to Nowhere and Holly Lynton | The Birds
Shawn Huckins, Somewhere to Nowhere. Shawn Huckins recent paintings remain text-based with a twist of personal narrative and nostalgia added to the mix. In the summer of 2011 Holly Lynton photographed an old dilapidated New England barn on the property of a former dairy farm in Pioneer Valley. Since then, Lynton has returned every fall and spring season with her large format 8 x 10 inch view camera to record and document the changes to the landscape. Each season bringing further decay to the buildings with an ever-encroaching overgrowth of trees and vines that envelop the structures and appear to stake their claim upon them and subsequently pull them to the ground.
Preview show
Through July 22
 



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:

Solo shows by Homare Ikeda, Sam Scott and Laura Stevens. On the mezzanine we are introducing Laura Wait.
Westword review by Michael Pagila
Through June 17

Friday, June 23
Opening Reception, 6-9pm
Fabricating Nature with artists Katie Caron, Judy Gardne,r Margaret Haydon, Sharon Meriash, Regan Rosburg and Naomi Scheck.
On The Mezzanine:
Sushe Felix & Tracy Felix
Through August 5
 


Metro Frame Works      
Melanie Lunsford and Kevin Paul, owners
5310 W. 38th Avenue, Wheat Ridge, CO 80212  map
Phone:     303-433-1073
Website:   www.metroframeworks.com
Monday – Friday 10-7, Saturday, Sunday and Monday 11-5pm

Continuing:
Chris Vance, New Works


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

Exhibition to be announced



Tam O'Neill Fine Arts

Owner: Tam O’Neill

311 Detroit Street
Denver, CO 80206
map

phone:    303.355.7711

website:  www.tamoneillfinearts.com 

Hours: Monday –Saturday 10:30AM to 5:30PM
Sunday 11 to 3PM

Tam O'Neill is one of the few print dealers in the country academically trained as a fine art printmaker, and is a specialist in antique prints. The gallery located in Cherry Creek North has served as a resource for collectors locally and nationally since 1995. Showing the work of John James Audubon and other naturalist artists as well as the first artists to draw and paint the American west like George Catlin, Karl Bodmer, Albert Bierstadt, Thomas Moran and others.

Exhibition to be announced



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

Continuing:
Frank Sampson, New Paintings. One of Colorado’s most highly regarded painters and now 89 years old, Frank Sampson’s new body of work creates magical places through his power of imagination and painting mastery. Exuberant & engaging, figures and animals in his compositions give a nod to 16th century masters Bosch or Brueghel. Professor Emeritus, Frank Sampson taught at the University of Colorado Boulder for thirty years.
Through June 3

Friday June 9
Artists Reception, 6-8 pm
Matters On Paper with a
tists Joshua Field, Denis Roussel, Margaret Kasahara, and Anna Kaye have activated their work with social issues in a web of human experience. The familiar yet mysterious drawings of Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design professor/artist Joshua Field probe the human condition with private narratives with drawings grounded in the exploration of interior states and emotions generated by his real-life situations. The powerful charcoal drawing of Anna Kaye focus attention on planet earth and environmental reverence. Exploration of personal identity and the cultural duality of East and West have evolved in Margaret Kasahara’s work to express the relationship of self with inclusion, integration and inner acceptance. The visceral Lumen prints of artist Denis Roussel highlight the epidemic of food waste from photos of Roussel’s family compost. The immediacy of each artwork in “Matters on Paper” creates a compelling conversation.
Through September 2

Friday June 30
6:30 pm

Matters On Paper

Informal discussion / artist talk moderated by Michael Paglia Westword Art Critic.



Plus Gallery   
Map  
Gallery owner:  Ivar Zeile
2501 Larimer St., Denver, CO 80205
Map
phone:   303-296-0927

web:      www.plusgallery.com
Hours: Tue-Sat noon- 6pm, or by appointment

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


Continuing:

Out of View, concurrent Solo Exhibitions: Claire Sherman, Allison Gildersleeve, Nikki Lindt, Karen Kitchel, David Sharpe, Isabelle Hayeur, and James Benning. Robischon Gallery is proud to present an expansive exhibition on the subject of landscape featuring seven noteworthy artists whose varied approach and distinctive stance all explore the less-travelled road. Responsive to their respective mediums of painting, photography, film and video, New York painters Claire Sherman, Allison Gildersleeve, Nikki Lindt and Colorado/California painter Karen Kitchel along with Colorado photographer David Sharpe primarily utilize abstraction to explore their complex terrain, while Wisconsin experimental film-maker James Benning and Canadian video artist Isabelle Hayeur engage in an evocative, reflective view of the world around. Each of the artists featured in Out of View shed new light on the familiar - from Sherman’s confrontational, optically-rich tree forms to Gildersleeve’s thicketed fast-paced mark, to the felt intimacy of works by Lindt and Sharpe alongside the psychologically-charged and conceptual imagery of Benning, Hayeur and Kitchel. While the landscape is referenced, all of the artists find unique ways to shift focus and investigate what is either beneath the surface or further down the path – in essence, illuminating the tension and potentiality that exists both within Nature and human nature itself.
Through July 8
 



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:
Annual Spring Fling Exhibition of New Works by gallery artists.
Through June 30

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.McKinley 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
 

   

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Gallery Calendar:
June


DADA Members Map

Member Galleries:


Abend Gallery
Artyard Contemporary
  Sculpture

David Cook Fine Art
Gallery 1261
GALLERY M
Goodwin Fine Art
William Havu Gallery
Metro Frame Works
Michael Warren Contemporary
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
 

 Continuing Exhibits:




William Havu Gallery
Homare Ikeda
Hanabi
acrylic and oil on canvas,
56” x 48”.
Through June 17
Westword review by Michael Pagila


William Havu Gallery
Sam Scott
Sunflowers and White Sage
oil on canvas, 30” x 24”
Through June 17
Westword review by Michael Pagila


William Havu Gallery
Rachel Stevens
Red White Pine
steel, flock, 30” x 18” x 17”

Through June 17
Westword review by Michael Pagila


William Havu Gallery
Scarlett Kanistanaux
Ceramic and bronze
Through June 17
Westword review by Michael Pagila


David B. Smith Gallery
Don Stinson
High Desert Contemporary, West of North Palm Springs
Oil on Linen,  24 x 72 in.
Through June 3


Sandra Phillips Gallery

Frank Sampson
Sorry to Say Goodbye
Through June 3


Sandra Phillips Gallery
Frank Sampson
View from the Veranda
Through June 3


Goodwin Fine Art
Lanny DeVuono
Terraforming no. 8, 2017
graphite, gesso, gouache, wax on panel, 60 x 12 x 2 in.
Through June 3


Goodwin Fine Art
Linda Connor
 Landscape, Ladakh, India, 2016
Dye sublimation on aluminum, 30 x 24 in.
Through June 3


Space Gallery
Sarah Winkler
.Summer Vibes
Acrylic on panel, 60 x 60

Through June 24



Robischon Gallery
Allison Gildersleeve
Squall
Oil on canvas 66 x 72 in.
Through July 8



Robischon Gallery
David Sharpe
Waterthread
75 pigment print
pinhole photograph, 40 x 59 in.
Through July 8



Robischon Gallery
Karen Kitchel
Waterway #4
(Clear Creek, Powder
River Basin)

Asphalt emulsion, tar, wax powdered pigments, shellac on canvas 50 x 50 in.
Through July 8



Robischon Gallery
James Benning
Two Cabins
2-channel HD video,
running time 30:45 minutes
Through July 8



Robischon Gallery
Claire Sherman
Tree and Moss
Oil on canvas 96 x 78 in.
Through July 8



Robischon Gallery
Nikki Lindt
Under the Wood
Oil on canvas 50 x 38 in.
Through July 8



Robischon Gallery
Isabelle Hayeur
A Saison Sombre (The Dark Season)
HD video,
running time 8:45 minutes
Through July 8












 



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

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

David B. Smith Gallery is Denver's venue for compelling contemporary art. Since its founding in 2007, the gallery has been committed to presenting intelligent and culturally relevant exhibitions featuring work from some of today's most dynamic artists with growing international reputations. Through participation in leading art fairs and extensive media coverage, David Smith has cultivated a strong regional, national and international collector audience. In August 2008, The New York Times hailed the gallery as offering "an exciting contrast of cutting edge works." In addition to its curatorial program, David B. Smith maintains an active publishing division, Limited Addiction, which produces limited edition artist prints and monographs.

Continuing:
Don Stinson, What Lies Between. In his second solo exhibition with David B. Smith Gallery, Colorado based artist Don Stinson continues to expand the conversation surrounding contemporary Western painting. An established and respected figure amongst Colorado artists and aficionados and critics of the American landscape tradition alike, Stinson’s panoramas of endless skies and sweeping fields serve as both detailed documentation of a changing landscape as well as commentary on a culture fixated on progress.
Through June 3

Friday, June 16
Opening Reception, 6 - 8 pm
Two exhibitions: Adam Milner’s first solo exhibition in the main gallery, Desirable Objects. With works that contemplate corporeality and shared space between bodies, Milner uses blood, flowers, hair, belly button lint, false eyelashes to close gaps between natural and artificial, human and non-human, inside and outside. The works, comprised of rigorously collected and mined material from himself, friends, strangers, and other living things, collectively ask questions about who or what has a body and how those bodies are organized or collected.

Also: Cabinet, artist Adam Milner’s first curatorial endeavor at the gallery. This installation accompanies Milner’s solo exhibition, Desirable Objects. Cabinet presents a viewer mediated experience inspired by the tradition of Cabinets of Curiosities. With contributions from almost one hundred artists, objects are displayed en masse, collecting meaning and significance from both their proximity to other objects and their open narrative for viewers to decipher. Cabinet features works by: Dan Allende, Theresa Anderson, Shobun Baile, Austin Ballard, Justin Beard, Michael Bernhardt, Brandon Boan, Agnes Bolt, Molly Bounds, Amelia Carley, Caroline Charuk, Kevin Clancy, Lenka Clayton, Amber Cobb, Joseph Coniff, Milton Melvin Croissant III, Chelsea Culprit, Katrin Davis, Brittany De Nigris, Débora Delmar, Gus Deppenbrock, Lindsey Dezman, Lauren DiCioccio, Kim Dickey, Lanny DeVuono, Hannah Epstein, Sophie Erlund, Orlando Estrada, Yolanda Fauvet, Cory Feder, Tobias Fike, Donald Fodness, Dylan Gebbia-Richards, Jon P. Geiger, Julian Glander, Liz Greene, Rashawn Griffin, Steve Gurysh, Gustav Hamilton, Matthew Harris, Isauro Huizar, Maria Hupfield, Institute for New Feeling, Kahlil Irving, Kristen Jensen, Courtney Johnson, Stephanie Kantor, Sarah Keeling, Stephen Kent, Heidi Lau, Jaewook Lee, Tate Leone, Micah Lexier, Kylie Lockwood, Linda Lopez, Alex Lukas, Anuar Maauad, Morgan Mandalay, Yeni Mau, Tucker Marder, David McDonald, Michael Jones McKean, Drew Merriman, Dietrich Meyer, Theo Michael, Virginia Lee Montgomery, Keiko Narahashi, Lucia Nhamo, Alicia Ordal, John Peńa, Montgomery Perry Smith, Katie Rose Pipkin, Bruce Price, Michael Pybus, Jeanne Quinn, Martha Russo, SANGREE, Phillip Scarpone, Gretchen Marie Schaefer, Matt Scobey, Sarah Scott, Laura Shill, Devan Shimoyama, Ben Snell, Lizzee Solomon, Emilie Stark-Menneg, Phizer Suso, Gray Swartzel, Joel Swanson, Ian Trask, Wade Tullier, Derrick Velasquez, Carolina Vogt, Katie Watson, Lee Webster, Ashley Eliza Williams, Moses Williams, and Imin Yeh.
Through July 15
 



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:
Opening Reception, 5pm–8pm
Altered Landscapes Exhibition featuring Work By: Robin Ault, Leopoldo Cuspinera, Yianni Mellios, Stephen Shachtman and Sarah Winkler.
Through June 24
 



Visions West Galleries
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

Exhibition to be announced
Note our new address
 



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

Continuing:
Metaphors, featuring: Meagen Svendsen, Peter Illig, Patricia Finley, Ana Zanic, Farida Hughes, and Andrew Marcus. Metaphors in visual art use symbolism and comparisons to represent certain ideas or thoughts; they help us make sense of the world that we live in. This group exhibit features six artists who explore the use of metaphors within each of their diverse mediums. These artists piece together a canvas of new concepts, and present them in ways which are familiar. This allows us, as viewers, to link the fresh with the understood.
Through June 17

Friday, June 23
Opening: 5-9 pm
HUMAN | NATURE, featuring: Jessica Drenk, Derrick Breidenthal, Carol Browning, Don Quade, Norman Epp, Karin Schminke, and Lee Heekin. The wonders of natural environments are often known to spark creativity in the human mind. Drawing inspiration from nature, while freeing themselves from representational qualities, these 7 artists collectively evoke natural abstractions through varying media. Their works look at man's influence on nature, and nature's subsequent response. Organic references ground their compositions in an effort to make sense of random elements through nature's inherent geometry.

First Friday Receptions: August 4 & September 1,  5-8pm
Through September 2
 


Continuing exhibits:    June

 

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