2017 Eye Center of Northern Colorado/Kaiser Permanente Masks Project

Fort Collins Museum of Art

April 7 - May 5, 2017

  • Cost: $5.00 Adults; $4.00 Students/Seniors 65+; $1.00 Youth (7-17); Free for members & kids 6 and under.
  • Hours: Wednesday - Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm, Saturday & Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm, Monday & Tuesday: Closed
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FCMOA celebrates 13 years of Masks, the museum's signature exhibition and fund-raising campaign. With the focus on community and creativity, Masks is Fort Collins largest visual art event with an exhibition of 200 masks designed by professional artists, student artists and artists of all ages. Initially, masks leave the museum as simple ceramic forms and return transformed into works of art to be exhibited and sold in the museum's silent auction. The in-gallery auction is but one part of the fundraising components of the project, which provides a portion of the museum's annual budget.

Fort Collins Museum of Art
201 S. College Avenue
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-482-2787
Monday & Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday - Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
http://www.ftcma.org

 

Japan Style at the Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center

5 different exhibits highlighting Japanese Art and Culture

  • Opening Reception with Collectors and Taiko Dummers: Saturday, April 1 from 1 - 4 PM
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Japan Style: Regional Contemporary Art of Japan
  • April 1 - May 21 | Regional Gallery
Featuring cutting-edge contemporary works by regional artists working in the traditions of Japanese style. The three featured artists in this exhibition are Riki Takaoka of Pueblo, Margaret Kasahara of Colorado Springs, and Renee Reiko Campbell of Colorado Springs.

Japan Style: The Art of Form and Function
  • April 1 - May 21 | White Gallery
  • Sponsored by Drs. Mark & Reiko Clark and Gregory Howell
Discover the many techniques and applications developed by Japanese artisans over hundreds of years. The collection of Gregory Howell focuses on works created during the 18th through 20th centuries. These objects represent the power and influence of form and function in daily life in Japan. Highlights include Hokkaido farmer’s clothing which uses textiles woven with natural grasses, ancient bamboo baskets from the mountain communities of Takayama, and a circular Edo Period lacquer ‘Jubako’ stacking lunch box from Kyoto. See contemporary ceramics from Japanese masters and other significant objects which were an integral part of life in Japan over the ages. Howell’s first encounter with Japan as a child fueled his passion for things Japanese. His Japanese art collection has been a work in progress for 40 years, and he is the 2006 Recipient of the Japan Foreign Minister’s Commendation for his lifetime service to the nation of Japan.

Japan Style: Netsuke
  • From the collection of Charles Trent
  • March 11 - May 21 | 2nd & 3rd Floor Galleries
Pronounced “nets-keh”, these small, intricately carved sculptural objects made of ivory, wood, metal, or ceramic, were originally used as a button-like fixture on a man’s sash, from which small personal belongings were hung. The netsuke eventually developed into highly coveted and collectible art forms. Trent’s delightful collection holds over 100 netsuke art forms. Today we see a broad range from “folk art” carvings to levels of sophisticated fine art and exists as such today with true master-carvers from all over the world still creating these little masterpieces.

Japan Style: Kimonos and Prints
  • From the collection of Drs. Reiko & Mark Clark
  • March 25 - May 14 | King Gallery
View kimonos made for every occasion - summer attire to spectacular wedding ensembles - plus see how garments vary for different age groups in Japanese culture. This dazzling exhibition includes ukiyo-e prints from the early 1800s and contemporary works depicting female beauties, kabuki actors and sumo wrestlers, scenes from history and folk tales, travel, landscapes, and flora and fauna. The Clarks have been collecting Japanese art for over 20 years; their works have been shown nationally and are currently on view at the Japan Society in New York City.

Japan Style: Contemporary Ceramics
  • March 25 - May 14 | Hoag Gallery
View ceramics by an emerging artist, an established artist, and a woman artist - a treat, as women ceramists are still relatively rare in Japan. The works will illustrate the rich tradition of ceramics in Japan, one of the world’s oldest art forms, and the different regional styles and influences that are inspiring today’s artists.

Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center
210 N. Santa Fe Avenue
Pueblo, CO 81003
Wed-Sun: 11am - 4pm
http://www.sdc-arts.org

 

CALM in the STORM (a collaborative contemporary art exhibit)

Mirada Fine Art

April 1 – 23, 2017

  • Opening Reception: Friday, March 31 from 6-9pm
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Svetlana Shalygina, 'Saint Germain Pour Deux,' Mixed Media on Canvas, 48" x 72"

Where do you breathe? Do you have a special place (internally or externally) where you feel at rest…a calming spot in nature? Do you find meditation takes you where you mentally need to be? Does your family bring you the needed serenity, or simply add to the stress?

No matter your political affiliation, most people would agree that the last year has been tumultuous…creating friction between total strangers, close friends, and even within family members.

To that end, we’ve asked a group of Mirada’s core artists to create artwork that represents a vision of their personal solace. ’Calm in the Storm’ is intended to be a ‘release valve,’ allowing viewers to lose themselves within a scene. 

Mirada Fine Art
5490 Parmalee Gulch Rd.
Indian Hills, CO 80454 (minutes from Denver)
303.697.9006
http://www.miradafineart.com

 

CENTENNIAL: paintings by Trine Bumiller

Cozens Museum (Frazier, Colorado)

March 18 - April 22, 2017

  • Opening Reception: Saturday March 18, 5-7 pm
  • Artist Chat & Tour: Friday March 31, 5-7pm
  • Closing Reception: Saturday April 22, 11am-2pm
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Nathan Abels: Ghost Dance

Rule Gallery Marfa

March 10 - May 7, 2017

  • Featuring new paintings, drawings, sculpture, an editioned print & audio cassette soundtrack
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Falling Rocket, 2017, acrylic on canvas, 48 x 36 in/ 121.9 x 91.5 cm

RULE Gallery
204 E. San Antonio St.
Marfa, TX 79843

 

Suz Stovall: Blues

Royal Contemporary

March 11 - April 2, 2017

  • Reception for the artist: Saturday, March 11th from 5 to 7 pm
  • Florence 2nd Saturday ArtWalk: Explore downtown and have a great night out!
  • Shop for original art, meet interesting people, and treat yourself to dinner and drinks at Florence’s best art galleries, restaurants, and pubs
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Accelerando by Suz Stoval

A passionate exploration of color through vibrating color fields and thin, spontaneous line. Stovall’s abstract works invite the viewer to look deeply and enjoy the visual feast of color. Blues is a spontaneous and joyful exploration of color, composition and design.

Royal Contemporary
120 E. Main Street
Florence, CO
303.717.1977
http://www.royalcontemporary.com

Representing the West

Sangre de Cristo Arts Center White Gallery

January 28 - March 19, 2017

  • Opening Reception: Friday, February 3, 5-7 pm
  • Juror: Don Stinson
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Enjoy artwork in a variety of mediums which considers the changing culture and myths of the American West. Both non-traditional subject matter, materials, and concepts and traditional depictions of the West will be on display, including audio and video pieces. Over $5,000 in prize money is awarded during this exhibition, along with a coveted “People’s Choice” title - which YOU get to vote on - awarding the opportunity for a solo exhibit at the Arts Center.

Admission $8 Adults, $6 Children, Military, and Seniors 65+
Arts Center Members always free

Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center
210 N. Santa Fe Avenue
Pueblo, CO 81003
Wed-Sun: 11am - 4pm
http://www.sdc-arts.org

 

Speaking Volumes: Transforming Hate

Fort Collins Museum of Art

January 20 - March 19, 2017

  • Organized by Curator Katie Knight
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Barbara Romain, Dialogue: Peace, 2007, Acrylic

The Fort Collins Museum of Art and The Lincoln Center Gallery will co-present a provocative exhibition on the topics of hate, discrimination and violence - and the transformation towards justice, love and empathy. The exhibition is visually powerful, thought-provoking, sometimes humorous, always challenging, and ultimately deeply moving. It showcases the diverse work of 39 artists who have transformed thousands of anti-Semitic and racist books into an uplifting and dynamic exhibition. By responding creatively to hate, injustice and violence, the artists in Speaking Volumes provoke thinking and conversations that encourage empathy for others and respect for social justice.
  • Hours: Wednesday - Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm, Saturday & Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm, Monday & Tuesday: Closed
  • Cost: $5.00 Adults; $4.00 Students/Seniors 65+; $1.00 Youth (7-17); Free for members & kids 6 and under
Fort Collins Museum of Art
201 South College Avenue
Fort Collins, CO 80524

 

Portraits 2017 with Juror Karen Marks

The Center for Fine Art Photography

January 13 – February 25, 2017

  • Artist Talks: February 17, from 6:00 pm - 6:30 pm
  • Gallery Reception: February 17, from 6:00 pm - 8:00 pm
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Portraits 2017 | With Juror Karen Marks

With over 50 images on display the Portraits 2017 exhibition includes photographic artists from the United States, Canada, Russia, France, and Europe. The Center will host many of the exhibiting artists for the artist talks reception on Friday, February 17th from 6:00 to 8:00 for our annual Portraits exhibition. The Exhibition opens January 13th, come and enjoy striking photographic art that will challenge ideas about photography and the traditional portrait.

Featured Artists: Nicole Allen, Yulia Artemyeva, Nancy Baron, Lowell Baumunk, John Bonath, Jessica Caisse, JoAnn Carney, Carol Pui Ha Chow, Irwin Cua, Kathleen B. Donovan, Ranran Fan, Samantha Geballe, Paul Greenberg, Al Harden, Barbara Hillerman-Lieske, Janet Holmes, Jerrie Hurd, , Nicholas Kozel, Sandra Kuprion-Thomas, Amrita Lakhanpal, Tom Sundro-Lewis, Robert Lipgar, Katherine McGaughey, Dave Moser, Frank Mullaney, Denise Ockey, F. Robert Openshaw, Andrew Ortiz, Jane Paradise, Donna Pinckley, Todd Reinert, Lissa Rivera, Charles Rozier, Marian Rubin, Ward Russell, Sarah Salomon, Jeff Settle, Jesse Stansfield, Danielle Voirin, Nina Weinberg-Doran and Sandra Chen Weinstein
  • Exhibitions and Receptions at C4FAP are always free and open to the public
  • Mingle with featured artists & art lovers at our reception Friday, February 17th at 6:00 pm-8:00 pm
  • Please check our site at http://c4fap.org for updates and events
About C4FAP

Since 2004, The Center for Fine Art Photography has been a preeminent supporter of photography. As a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization, C4FAP is supported globally with donations, grants, and memberships. Based in Fort Collins, CO, the Center offers three public galleries with 20+ exhibitions yearly, classes, reviews and online exhibitions that give photographers and photography enthusiasts from all over the world an opportunity to engage with the Center and its community.

The Center for Fine Art Photography
400 N. College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970.224.1010
https://www.instagram.com/TheC4FAP

 

HOME with Juror Kevin Miller

The Center for Fine Art Photography (Fort Collins)

December 2, 2016 - January 7, 2017

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Ibai Rigby - Dashilang Hutong III - Juror's Honorable Mention

‘Serene, comforting, intimate, eloquent, secure, fragile, uncertain, precarious, even ambivalent. All these words can well describe any number of images in this exhibition. Home is such a wonderful and universal concept that it was always going to elicit a profound engagement from photographers. It is a deeply felt notion, but one which manifests so completely differently in each of our hearts and minds. It is a notion that is eventually discovered, identified and expressed in so many different ways and through so many unique prisms of belief, experience and perspective.’ – Kevin Miller

Featured Artists: Francisco Alcala Torreslanda, Emily Belz, Mark Bennett, Ellen Butler, Douglas Caldwell, Liza Cauldwell, Michele Cohn, Ron Cooper, Gary Csuk, Cristina Cusani, Ashley Czajkowski, Alexa Frangos, Michael E. Gordon, Roger Grasas, Han Wenjie, Elizabeth Herrmann, Bill Hill, Christine Hinz-Lenzen, Jodie Hulden, Shreepad Joglekar, Samantha Johnston, Tom Jones, Jordan Jurich-Weston, Marie-Luise Klotz, Gayle Krughoff, Thomas Ladd, Elisabeth Ladwig, Jennifer Long, Ellen Mahaffy, Ben Marcin, Teresa Meier, Charles Mintz, Colleen Mullins, Cal Navin, Rachel Niekamp, Ange Ong, Paul Scott Page, Joseph Pizzuto, Ibai Rigby, Charles Rozier, Kate Sandey, Fred Scruton, Alison A. Smith, Shannon Smith, Sarah Smith, Alyss Vernon, Gabriele Woolever, Rana Young and Dianne Yudelson

About C4FAP: Since 2004, The Center for Fine Art Photography has been a preeminent supporter of photography. As a nonprofit, 501(c)(3) organization, C4FAP is supported globally with donations, grants, and memberships. Based in Fort Collins, CO, the Center offers three public galleries with 20+ exhibitions yearly, classes, reviews and online exhibitions that give photographers and photography enthusiasts from all over the world an opportunity to engage with the Center and its community. For more information about C4FAP, including information on workshops, membership, becoming a donor and exhibitions, please visit the website at C4FAP.ORG

The Center for Fine Art Photography
400 N. College Ave.
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970.224.1010
https://www.instagram.com/TheC4FAP

 

Miniature Masterpieces 2016

Evergreen Fine Art Gallery

November 19 - December 7, 2016

  • Opening Reception: Saturday, November 19 from 2-5pm
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Stacey Peterson "Winter Light" 8x10

A world of small wonders lies in store as Evergreen Fine Art Gallery & Sculpture Garden prepares to unveil its seventh annual Miniature Masterpieces exhibition on Saturday, November 19, 2016, 2-5 pm.

This year’s much-anticipated celebration of scale will feature works by 50 large talents presented in delightfully diminutive dimensions. Miniature Masterpieces offers a rare opportunity to marvel at the patience, concentration and immense skill needed to render a universe of beauty in less than 120 square inches. The invitational event will also afford art collectors the opportunity to add some very prominent signatures to their personal gallery at more modest prices.

“Miniature Masterpieces is an absolute favorite around the holidays,” says Evergreen Fine Arts’ Gallery Director, Doug Kacena. “It’s perfect for entry-level collectors who are just beginning to build their collections, and it’s a good opportunity for more established collectors to fill in the gaps in their collections. There’ll be several pieces by each artist, and one of the fun things about the show is that the themes and subjects are all over the board.” Taos artist and nationally acclaimed oil painter Walt Gonske, for example, may provide a Lilliputian look at a variety of subject matter. Denver artist Robert Spooner, will certainly display a striking selection of paintings, and Pem Dunn of Evergreen is sure to portray nature’s grand pageant upon the smallest of stages.

Among many others who’ll be doing their best and their smallest for Miniature Masterpieces, and who’ll be glad to discuss their work at the exhibit opening, are highly regarded landscape masters such as Dave Santillanes, Susiehyer, Keith Bond, Kevin Weckbach, oil painter on stainless steel Mai Wyn Schantz, nationally esteemed wildlife artist Edward Aldrich, still life virtuoso Kelli Folsom and abstract painter Karen Roehl. In addition, a selection of noted sculptors such as Pati Stajcar, Sandy Graves, Stephen LeBlanc, and Rosetta will create miniature masterpieces in subtle shades of bronze and stone.

Evergreen Fine Art Gallery
3042 Evergreen Parkway
Evergreen, CO 80439
303.679.3610
http://www.evergreenfineart.com 

 

 

Story Tellers

Mirada Fine Art

October 15 – November 6, 2016

  • Opening Reception: Friday, October 14, 2016 6-9pm
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Michael McLaughlin at Mirada Fine Art, Squirrel and Oak, Limited Edition Bronze, 40” x 27” x 16"

“Tell me facts and I’ll learn. Tell me truth and I’ll believe. But tell me a story and it will live in my heart forever.” -Native American Proverb

Talented artists are masters at visually weaving a tale. They invite each viewer to become a part of the story. Mirada Fine Art brings some of these brilliant ‘writers’ together in a very special collaborative exhibit. Although frequently an artist will want you to draw your own conclusions, in this particular exhibition the story behind the artwork will be on clear display. Many of Mirada's core artists will be participating including acclaimed North Carolina artist Jeanne Bessette as well as Mirada's newest artist, Janice Sugg.

Mirada Fine Art
5490 Parmalee Gulch Rd.
Indian Hills, CO 80454 (minutes from Denver)
303.697.9006
http://www.miradafineart.com

 

MultiThreading

Tointon Gallery in the Union Colony Civic Center (Greeley, CO)

October 14 - November 12, 2016

  • Opening reception: Friday the 14th from 5-7pm
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Roxanne Rossi - “Unlaced” 30’ x 30” - Cast Cotton Handmade paper, Thread, String, Encaustic, Acrylic, Handmade papers

Tointon Gallery
Mon-Sat: 9am-5pm
651 10th Ave.
Greeley, CO

 

RISE: Jenny Morgan Self-Portraits

Sangre de Cristo White Gallery (Pueblo, CO)

October 8, 2016 – January 15, 2017

  • Guest Curated by Ivar Zeile, Owner/Director of the plus + gallery in Denver
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The Sangre de Cristo Art Center is proud to present works by rising star, Jenny Morgan. Morgan’s deeply personal work pushes the boundaries of figurative art by exploring innovative methods of modifying her nearly photographic, meticulous paintings. Her haunting self-portraits are perfectly realized only to be obliterated; their surfaces sanded and stripped away to reveal physical and spiritual torment. By disturbing the surface of the canvas, she achieves a striking intensity and psychological depth in her work, breaking through the ideals of traditional portraiture and the preciousness of realism. Her self-portraits examine the complexity of individual perception, providing the viewer a visual and conceptual window into the exposed personae of the self.

Guest curator Ivar Zeile has selected paintings from collectors based in Colorado whom agreed to contribute their “Jennys” to this celebratory exhibition. Zeile has worked closely with the collectors and the artist for many years as the artist’s representative through Plus Gallery. This show is a true collaboration between the artist, curator, collectors, and Sangre de Cristo Arts Center. Says Zeile about Morgan, “From Van Gogh over a century ago, to Cindy Sherman today, self-portraiture holds a singular place in art, whether as a working tool, fascination or ‘mirror’ of individual and collective reality that stimulates both artists and collectors alike. A very distinct and continually evolving case in point is that of Jenny Morgan, a young contemporary painter who since emerging through Denver Colorado’s gallery circuit in 2002 has developed her own particular attachment to the self to build a formidable career with a unique trajectory unlike any other in art today. “Rise - Jenny Morgan Self Portraits in Colorado Collections from 2009 and 2016” is the first exhibition to capture this extraordinary development, a snapshot into one of the most exciting art practices of our times, shaping historic antecedents in a manner that is highly nuanced and thoroughly compelling.”

Sangre de Cristo Arts & Conference Center, White Gallery
210 N Santa Fe Avenue
Pueblo, CO 81003
11 AM - 5 PM
Admission $8 Adults, $6 Children, Military and Seniors 65+
Online ticketing: https://www.sdc-arts.org/membertickets/tickets

 

Read more: Jenny Morgan at the Sangre de Cristo White Gallery

Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray

Fort Collins Museum of Art

October 7, 2016 - January 8, 2017

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Nickolas Muray, Frida in Pink and Green Blouse, Coyoacán, 1938 Carbon process print

The Fort Collins Museum of Art presents Frida Kahlo: Through the Lens of Nickolas Muray, an exhibition of photographs of Frida Kahlo, on view from October 7 – January 8, 2017. This exhibition provides an intimate look at Frida Kahlo, Mexico’s most prolific and well-known female artist, through the photographic lens of her long-time friend and lover, Nickolas Muray. The photographic portraits, dating from 1937 to 1946, explore Muray’s unique perspective; in the 1930s and 1940s he was Frida Kahlo's friend, lover and confidant. Muray's photographs bring to light Kahlo's deep interest in her Mexican heritage, her life and the people significant to her with whom she shared a close friendship.

Fort Collins Museum of Art
201 S. College Avenue
Fort Collins, CO 80524
970-482-2787
Monday & Tuesday: Closed
Wednesday - Friday: 10:00am - 5:00pm
Saturday & Sunday: 12:00pm - 5:00pm
http://www.ftcma.org

 

Edward Aldrich: A Walk in the Wild

Evergreen Fine Art Gallery

October 1 - November 5, 2016

  • Opening Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, October 1, 2-5pm
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Edward Aldrich, "Touching the Sky", 20x24, oil

There’s nothing quite so thrilling as a candid encounter with Nature on its own terms. Celebrated wildlife artist Edward ‘Ned’ Aldrich is an unsurpassed master at capturing those moving, mysterious, magical moments on canvas, and this October guests to “A Walk in the Wild” at Evergreen Fine Art Gallery will enjoy intimate glimpses of many of the West’s most secretive subjects in all of their unguarded glory.

“A Walk in the Wild”  features nearly 20 new works by the award-winning Golden oil painter, each one showcasing the stunning realism and dramatic force that’s made Aldrich a favorite of collectors from coast to coast and beyond the seas. If his subtle brush conveys the coarseness of the wolf’s winter coat and the wild aggression of the bull-elk’s challenge, his unsurpassed awareness of nature’s infinite unaffected attitudes gives them presence and place.

“Each painting expresses a different concept or feel,” explains Aldrich, a 1987 Rhode Island School of Design graduate who was juried into the Society of Animal Artists just four years later at the age of 26. “One might be based on color, one of echoing shapes, one on interesting lighting, or one eliciting the feeling of power or mystery. My hope is that the viewers get a small amount of the feeling I intended from the differing pieces.” Those fortunate viewers taking “A Walk in the Wild” can rest assured they’ll get a lot more than a little of nature’s instinctual intensity and quiet spectacle. Aldrich’s potent realism and almost empathic connection with his subjects have earned him the respect and admiration of artists and art lovers across the West, and this year he’s been named as the featured artist of Jackson Hole’s prestigious Fall Arts Festival. What’s more, one of Aldrich’s images was chosen to be the public face of “Western Visions,” an important festival fundraiser benefitting the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

Evergreen Fine Art Gallery
3042 Evergreen Parkway
Evergreen, CO 80439
303.679.3610
http://www.evergreenfineart.com 

 

Karen Roehl: Horse with Beach Ball and other Western Amalgamations

Evergreen Fine Art Gallery

September 24 - October 24, 2016

  • Opening Reception and Gallery Talk: Saturday, September 10, 2-5pm
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Karen Roehl, "Thinkin' On It", mixed media, 36x28

Imagine what would happen if one of Colorado’s most admired abstract painters shared a canvas with one of Denver’s most gifted realists.

That intriguing fantasy will be captivating reality on Sep. 10 as Evergreen Fine Art Gallery unveils “Horse with Beach Ball, and other Western Amalgamations,” an extraordinary exhibit that will bridge one of the art world’s most persistent divides by way of the opposing passions and complementary talents of celebrated abstract impressionist and brilliant realist Karen Roehl.

“Horse with Beach Ball” will feature more than a dozen of Roehl’s distinctive works, horses rendered in animate perfection upon powerful fields of abstraction. Whether multi-hued or monochromatic, high-contrast or hushed, her artful blending of discrete form and pure emotion fills the eye with harmony and leaves the viewer agreeably indifferent to competing artistic labels. For what it’s worth, Roehl will be the first to admit that her singular style has virtually nothing to do with fostering artistic accord, and everything to do with reconciling the two halves of her own creative heart.

Evergreen Fine Art Gallery
3042 Evergreen Parkway
Evergreen, CO 80439
303.679.3610
http://www.evergreenfineart.com 

 

Read more: Evergreen Fine Art: Karen Roehl

citySCAPES

Mirada Fine Art

August 27 – September 18, 2016

  • Opening Reception: Friday, August 26, 2016 6-9pm
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Larisa Aukon at Mirada Fine Art, Winter Kiss, Original Oil on Linen, 16” x 20”

Two of Mirada Fine Art’s most popular artists join forces for a stunning look at the urban landscape.

Lyudmila Agrich and Larisa Aukon are both Eastern European transplants, now residing in the western United States. Often featured in national art publications, their talent has brought them tremendous attention and success. They both also happen to be wildly popular artists shown at Mirada Fine Art Gallery. These creative powerhouses will come together at Mirada for one magnificent exhibit, entitled ‘citySCAPES,’ opening on August 26th.

Mirada Fine Art
5490 Parmalee Gulch Rd.
Indian Hills, CO 80454 (minutes from Denver)
303.697.9006
http://www.miradafineart.com

 

Mix It Up! Contemporary Mixed Media - National Juried Exhibition

Royal Contemporary

July 30 - September 18, 2016

  • Gallery Reception and Florence 2nd Saturday ArtWalk: Saturday August 13 from 4 to 8 pm
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Eleven contemporary artists were selected for this exhibition based on their innovative approaches to mixed media. Their works reflect a wide range of styles and imagery that incorporate a minimum of three different media in addition to the base material. You will see an exciting variety of two and three dimensional works that explore unique combinations of materials, techniques, and methods, as well as unexpected relationships between concept and media.

Royal Contemporary
120 E. Main Street
Florence, CO 81226
Thursday-Sunday: 11am-5pm, or by appointment
303.717.1977
http://www.royalcontemporary.com

 

Black Cube Gold Hill Art Project

Molly Berger, Jennifer Ling Datchuk, and Eric Stewart

491 College Street, Gold Hill, Boulder Colorado 80302

August 6 – September 5, 2016

  • Opening Reception: Saturday, August 6 from 5-9pm
  • All events are free + open to the public
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The Gold Hill Art Project brings together a series of site-specific contemporary art installations situated in cabins and gardens in the historic mining town of Gold Hill. Three Black Cube Artist Fellows – Molly Berger, Jennifer Ling Datchuk and Eric Stewart – have created new works that respond to local history and the surrounding landscape. Collectively these installations bring together layers of the past and present, providing visitors with alternative ways of seeing this unique place. This project is curated by Black Cube’s very first Curator-in-Residence, Laurie Britton Newell.

Gold Hill is situated at 8300 ft. elevation in the Rocky Mountains northwest of the city of Boulder and surrounded by Pine and Aspen forests with striking mountain views. It is a historic gold mining town and National Historic Site, which currently serves as the hometown for 230 families. The town also features the oldest continuously operating public school in Colorado, Gold Hill Elementary School.

For full details including launch bus transportation, public exhibition hours, workshops and tours, and information on our Artist Fellows, visit the Black Cube website: http://blackcubeart.org/exhibition/gold-hill-art-project

 

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