Please join us on March 16th from 6 - 8 p.m. for our opening reception at Sandra Phillips Gallery, 47 W. 11th Avenue, Denver. "Counterpoint" explores referential abstraction and realism, rich in metaphor and symbolism. The exhibit will be up through May 5, 2018.
Pink Progression at the Denver Public Library's
Vida Ellison Gallery
Please join us on March 10th from 1:30 - 4:30 p.m. for our opening reception. Over forty local artists incorporate pink as a unifying, empowering element as inspired by the historic women and sister marches. Pink Progression at the Denver Public Library also features a poetry book of local writers and comic artists, collaborative artwork, and artist lectures. For more information go to: http://www/pinkprogression.wordpress.com
Please join us at Processus for a printmaking exhibit with six artists creating hand-pulled prints: Jeffery M. Graves, Sean Caulfield, Mika Aono Boyd, Josh K. Winkler, Theresa Haberkorn, and Anna Kaye. Viviane Le Courtois curated the exhibit "to reflect contemporary natural disasters or environmental negligence. Each artist brings a unique vision to the exhibit, contemplating the landscape in various states, and representing new life emerging from destruction and change." The exhibit will be open until May 19th, Tuesday to Saturday from 10 am to 6 pm or by appointment.
Left Image: Sean Caulfield, Fire Tent, linocut
100 Colorado Creatives 4.0
"Westword launched the third edition of 100 Colorado Creatives beginning in January 2016, sending our Colorado Creatives questionnaire to the state's best musicians, hackers, curators, writers, performers, directors, dancers and more. All of these artists have one thing in common: They're among the most innovative people in Colorado right now. Meet numbers 50 to 74 of our 100 Colorado Creatives" [Westword Staff, June 29, 2017]
Pink Progression at the Boulder Public Library's Canyon Gallery
Please join us on March 2nd from 6 - 8 p.m. for our opening reception. Over thirty local artists incorporate pink as a unifying, empowering element as inspired by the historic women and sister marches. Pink Progression at the Boulder Public Library Canyon Gallery also features a poetry book of local writers and comic artists, a postcard call for entry (open to anyone), collaborative artwork, and free workshops. For more information go to: http://www/pinkprogression.wordpress.com
"Fever," 40 x 19," charcoal and short film on paper
The Art of Lake of Fire
Fever is featured at The Art of Lake of Fire exhibit from July 17 - September 8, 2017 at the Greenwood Village City Hall, 6060 South Quebec.
"The Greenwood Village Cultural Arts program is proud to present "The Art of Lake of Fire". Colorado artists have taken topics and themes from our Village Read book, "Lake of Fire" and turned them into art. From fiery landscapes to related still-lifes, come see how local artists have interpreted our one read book." -greenwoodvillage.com
The Greenwood Village Cultural Arts Program has partnered with the Arapahoe Libraries to present "Village Read," a program that encourages adults to read, participate in discussions and activities inspired by the book. This year, Mark Steven's "Lake of Fire," was selected for the program. Click here for a list of activities planned for August.
Artist Panel with Michael Paglia
"How are the most vital social issues reflected in the contemporary art world, and how should an artist? Ponder these questions and more with University of Colorado Denver Art History Professor and Westword's own art critic Michael Paglia on Friday, June 30 as part of the Final Friday Artist Panel series at Sandra Phillips Gallery. Enjoy Paglia's years of expertise as he leads a lively discussion, and enjoy some of the eye-popping work the gallery currently has on display while you're at it."
Matters on Paper at Sandra Phillips Gallery
Exhibition Dates: June 9 - September 2 (dates have been extended)
Sandra Phillips Gallery, 47 W. 11th Avenue, Denver, CO 80204
Each of the artists in Matters on Paper utilize the transformative power of art to provoke dialogue and promote awareness. This exhibition features works on paper that explore various social issues, such as the environment, personal identity, and the human condition.