Meditations in Color

1801 California St Lobby Gallery (in downtown Denver)

February 8 – April 6, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Thursday, February 8 from 4:30-7pm
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Amy Cheng - We Spin A World - oil on canvas - 48x72"

Meditations in Color at 1801 California in downtown Denver features large paintings by Richard Carter of Aspen and Amy Cheng of New Paltz, NY that are distinct in their overall visual presentation but similar in their use of geometric and repetitive shapes, heightened color, and an association to the meditative qualities of the ancient form of the ‘mandala.’ Amy Cheng’s jewel-colored paintings are luxurious, intricate, and geometric with a use of patterns and repetition that references floral ornamentation and cosmology. Richard Carter’s works incorporate intense color and invoke geometry, science and meditations while zeroing in on the idea of a central focus, the circle, and a disrupted border.


Todd Duane Miller: All of Them

701 Gallery

March 2 - 31, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday March 2 from 6-10pm; Light refreshments provided

Todd Duane Miller has been taking Polaroid and Instant Film Photography for over 15 years, and has never sold or given away any of them. For this showcase, Miller will be showing "All of Them" in an analogue photo installation at 701 Gallery. In the world of digital and disposal media, it will be truly impressionable and rare to see so many physical one of a kind, un-edited, never duplicated Photographs.

Art Gallery, Photography Studio & Event Space
701 W 6th Ave
Denver, CO 80204


Lindsey Kustusch

Abend Gallery

March 10 - 31, 2018

  • Opening reception: Saturday, March 10th, 6-9pm
Lindsey Kustusch - Travel by Train Oil, 18 x 18"

Opening March 10th, we are proud to present a solo exhibition of new work by Lindsey Kustusch. This body of work showcases her immeasurable talent and ability to depict both the city and the natural world, this time focusing on places in Colorado. The viewer can expect to see some of their favorite local places and spaces in Kustusch’s signature style, beautifully rendered landscapes that highlight nature’s beauty and the air of grit you feel in the city.

Abend Gallery
1412 Wazee St
Denver, CO 80202



Abend Gallery

February 3 - March 3, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Saturday, February 3rd from 6-9pm
Join us on Saturday, February 3rd, 6-9pm for the opening reception of Perspectives, an exhibition featuring five of the gallery's leading landscape and cityscape artists. Bruce A. Gomez, Deb Komitor, Sandra Pratt, David Shingler, and Clyde Steadman all come together to showcase their unique perspectives on the environments we inhabit.

Abend Gallery
1412 Wazee St
Denver, CO 80202
Tue-Sat: 12:00 - 6:00 pm


Of Manhole Covers and Maple Trees

Printmaking utilizing manhole covers by Artworks artists

Access Gallery

February 16 - March 16, 2018

We’re celebrating Mo’Print– aka the Month of Printmaking! With many of our fellow Denver galleries, we are showcasing unique, original prints to inspire, educate and promote just how varied printmaking is in our community. And more importantly, just how accessible printmaking can be for people of all abilities and mobilities.

This show is the culmination of our winter residency program exploring the wide variety of printmaking techniques including reduction, collagraph, and monotype. Pulling inspirations from the beautifully unique manhole covers in cities such as Tokyo and New York as well as creators like Bay area artist Bryan Nash Gill, we focused our final pieces on the patterns and shapes found in some commonly recurring materials– wood and steel. From the earliest Japanese woodblock prints to the letterpress machines that introduced mass printing, wood and steel have always played a central role in printmaking.

Per usual, Access Gallery is taking this idea in a different direction. Our steel comes from everyday objects that we have found in our immediate surroundings. Our wood comes from the allies and scrap piles in our neighborhood. Let’s take what is common and see it through a new lens.

This residency was led by longtime teaching artists and Access Gallery friends – Javier Flores, Doug Foulke, Shari Garzonetti and Rebecca Petty.

Access Gallery/VSA Arts of Colorado
909 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204


(Tac)Tile featuring Kelly Austin-Rollo and Matthew Swisher

Common Space Gallery at Art Gym Denver

March 1 – April 11, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Thursday, March 1, 2018 5-8 pm.
  • Artist Talk: Thursday March 29, 7-8pm
  • Concurrently we will be showing Giant Woodcuts in Art Gym Gallery, March 1 - 17 and our national call for entry, ImPressed March 22- April 11
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Art Gym Denver is happy to announce the opening of its second gallery space, Common Space Gallery, with the opening of (Tac)tile, an exhibition of new works by member artists Matthew Swisher and Kelly Austin-Rollo in conjunction with the Denver Month of Printmaking.

Both artists are printmakers exploring other mediums.

Kelly Austin-Rolo is a contemporary artist working in encaustic. A recent transplant from New York, her work explores the natural world and our man-made landscapes and cityscapes. Kelly’s cyclical process of creation to destruction, back to to creation, allows her to play with the colors and wax, working their shapes over time, resulting in organic and harmonious forms.

Kelly explains, “I am inspired by the unending possibilities that creating with wax allows me. From building up...creating texture, to scraping and fusing with a torch and creating smooth, glass like surfaces, every day brings something new. I can constantly learn about this medium and all the possible techniques.”

Matthew Swisher is a Denver-based artist from the Bay Area, CA who received his BFA from the University of Denver in 2015. Though his primary medium is printmaking, Matthew jumps between various media including installation, performance, photography, encaustic, and digital art. Matthew views art as a "language of the commons", and from this public cultural space grows the opportunity for horizontal exchange of ideas and dialogue. His work often focuses on political themes and creating grass-roots connections. Matthew says, “My goal is to give people something meaningful to hold: visually with their eyes, emotionally with their experience, enthusiastically with their imaginations.”

Art Gym Denver
1460 Leyden St.
Denver, CO 80220


Off the Beaten Track: Prints by Julie Scott + Jeff Russell

Artists on Santa Fe

February 28 - April 2, 2018

  • 1st Friday Art Walk: March 2, 6-9pm
  • 3rd Friday Collectors’ Evening: March 16, 5-8pm
Have a look into the world of printmaking! Featured artists Julie Scott and Jeff Russell are exhibiting prints that take you on a trek to awe-inspiring distant places. Not only will you get to travel the globe, but you will also see various printmaking techniques from letterpress printing to polymer etchings.

Artists on Santa Fe is a gallery with working artists' studios located in the heart of the Art District on Santa Fe. It's an engaging environment where visitors can interact with professional artists and view work in progress.

Artists on Santa Fe Gallery
747 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
Open Monday-Friday from 10am-5pm and Saturdays from 10am-4pm


in SITu: 3 Exhibitions Centering on Chairs

From the Artist’s Perspective (Main Gallery)

Chairs from Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art (Theatre Gallery)

Arvada Center

January 18 – April 1, 2018

Roger Reutimann - M Chair - Item 134; part of the in SITu Art Chair Auction

This January, the Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities hosts in SITu, three gallery exhibitions that explore the artistic potential of chairs. A Latin term, in situ means: “in its original place” or “in position.” In the Upper Gallery, 50 artists transform 50 IKEA IVAR chairs into works of art as part of an Art Chair Auction. In the Theatre Gallery, chairs from the Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art will be on display featuring a selection of designer chairs from the museum’s collection. And in the Main Gallery, From the Artist’s Perspective shows the interactive connection between an artist and their studio chair.

Also on view around the Center is Victory by Stephen Farland and Brian Sartor, massive soldier statues made entirely of handmade chairs and chair parts. in SITu opens January 18 with a free public reception, and runs until April 1, 2018. The exhibitions are sponsored by Lutheran Medical Center.

50 of IKEA’s IVAR chair were generously donated by IKEA Centennial for artists to transform. These wooden chairs have been turned into sculptures, art objects, and re-imagined functional chairs, and will all be offered for auction throughout the duration of the exhibition. All proceeds from the auction will benefit the Arvada Center Exhibitions program and will help keep our galleries free.

Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities
6901 Wadsworth Blvd.
Arvada, CO 80003
Mon-Fri: 9:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sat: 9:00 AM - 5:00 PM
Sun: 1:00 - 5:00 PM


Read more: Arvada Center: in SITu: 3 Exhibitions Centering on Chairs

A Retrospective of Doug Dawson

Art Students League of Denver

February 16 - March 24, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday, February 16 from 5:30-8pm
  • Artist Talk: Friday, March 9 from 6 - 8pm
  • Private artist talk accompanied by a live demonstration with Doug Dawson: Friday, March 9 from 6-8pm; Tickets for this event are available for $10 on
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Doug Dawson - Snow on 16th St

The Art Students League of Denver (ASLD) presents “A Retrospective of Doug Dawson,” an exclusive exhibition of Dawson’s local and international works over the past three decades. Honoring Dawson as an ASLD founder and the longest standing faculty member, the exhibition will be open to the public in the ASLD building from February 16 through March 24.

Dawson’s work will be available for purchase during the exhibition.

Awarded Master Pastelist in 1985, Doug Dawson is recognized for his urban twilight and landscape scenes. His paintings reflect everything from European urban street life to ski villages in Colorado. Dawson, who has exhibited in galleries and museums nationally and internationally, has been an instructor at ASLD for 30 years, encouraging students to explore shape, line and value.

Art Students League of Denver
200 Grant Street
Denver, Colorado 80203
Mon-Thu: 8:30 AM - 9:30 PM
Fri: 8:30 AM - 5:00 PM
Sat: 8:30 AM - 4:30 PM


Second Annual No Show

Bitfactory Gallery

January 19 ‐ March 8, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Third Friday, January 19th 6 p.m. ‐ 10 p.m.
  • Featured artists: Amy Lee Lummus, Anna Marie Mead, Art by 13, Branden Fichter, Bruno D'Anna, Charly Fasano, Chuck Chowen, Jason Cope, Joshua Finley Perle, Sharon Healy, Steve Blakley, Vincent Cheap, W. Max Thomason
No Show will feature works from fourteen local artists. The exhibit will cover genres from natural realism to pop art and disciplines from painting to photography to graphic design and many more. No Show is an opportunity for both artists who have shown and artists that have not shown before to get their work on display for the public to view.

Bitfactory Gallery
851 Santa Fe Dr
Denver, CO 80204
Gallery hours: Tuesday through Saturday 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., and by appointment


Stained and Manipulated

Bitfactory Gallery

March 16 ‐ April 12, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday March 16th 6 ‐ 10 p.m.
  • Featuring 2 artists: Gregg Harkenrider and Perle

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Gregg Harkenrider ‐ Kuala Lumpur

Gregg Harkenrider is new to the gallery. This will be his first exhibition with Bitfactory. Harkenrider has shown at other galleries in the area including Artwork Network. Perle is coming off her stellar showing at her first exhibit with Bitfactory in December, Some Assembly Required. Where she exhibited new pieces along with two other artists and being included in the second annual No Show at Bitfactory along with 13 other artists.

Harkenrider works with glass, metal, LED and epoxy to create visually stunning stained glass images of cityscapes from all around the world. Each one being back light with a programmable LED array. Perle is creating all new works for the exhibit. She digitally manipulates photographs she has taken.

She then has them printed on canvas and paints and collages over the images. Creating a very unique mixture of digital and analog art. Gregg Harkenrider paints with glass, and tends to blend elements together that are normally opposed to each other. His designs encompass elements that require thought and planning. Each piece must reflect light as well as transmit backlighting. He says he's found that using reflective light as well as transmitted light adds three dimensional elements that make the piece look real.

Perle has learned from local fine artist Ravi Zupa and world renown digital artist Android Jones and has studied art and design for a decade. She looks for inspiration in the natural world, in feelings, in touch, in sound, in emotion, and in sight. She integrates emotions & nature with the technological world into images that evoke something ethereal & otherworldly.

Bitfactory Gallery and Studios
851 Sante Fe Blvd.
Denver, CO.


Nathan Abels: History of the Future

Guest curated by Mandy Vink


February 1 - May 28, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Thursday, February 1
  • 5:30pm members preview; 6:30-9pm free public reception
Nathan Abels, Omne Ignotum Pro Magnifico (every unknown thing appears magnificent), 2017

History of the Future by Nathan Abels embeds contemporary technologies and icons into scenes from a perspective of faith, ritual and religion. These works ask the viewer to assume the role of anthropologist - to decipher the significance of the narrative: what is the significance of the natural world and its characters, any spiritual and religious aspects, and ultimately how these correspond with the celestial?

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
1750 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302


Jeanette Chinelli: Arms Backs Legs & Seats

Terrilynn Moore: Working From the Guff

Core Gallery

February 15 - March 3, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday, February 16 from 6-9 pm
Coffee Stain withInfoJeanette Chinelli's new body of work moves from quiet, understated restrained imagery to explosive, dynamic compositions. From dense interplay of pattern, vivid color and wallpaper motifs they become the backdrop for the subjects in Chinelli's art where the chair is the stand in for the human form. Chinelli is currently attending the University of Denver working on a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree.

Terrilynn Moore upcoming exhibition at Edge will feature organic, soul-searching compositions, "Working from the Guff", where she draws from the ancient spiritual meaning of the word "Guf" or "Guph" as that creative, amorphous space inside each of us where art begins; that place where souls are quickened into being.

CORE New Art Space
900 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
Gallery Hours:
Fri: Noon-9 pm
Thu/Sat: Noon-6 pm
Sun: 1-4 pm


WOW: Wide Open Whatever

CORE New Art Space

March 8 - 25, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday, March 9th, 6 - 9pm
More than any other local gallery exhibit, CORE's WOW show has provided local artists a quality venue to exhibit for the first time and to exhibit experimental works not generally accepted by commercial galleries. WOW has become a much anticipated annual event not to be missed. Discover new talent, new art mashups and new interpretations from a wide variety of artists creating today.

CORE New Art Space
900 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
Gallery Hours:
Fri: Noon-9 pm
Thu/Sat: Noon-6 pm
Sun: 1-4 pm


Role Reversal: Christa Blackwood, Lissa Rivera, And Jessica Yatrofsky

Colorado Photographic Arts Center

March 2 - April 7, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday, March 9, 6-9 pm; Featuring Remarks by Christa Blackwood & Jessica Yatrofsky
Lissa Rivera Beautiful Boy Study with Chairs
Lissa Rivera - Beautiful Boy (Study with Chairs 1)

The Colorado Photographic Arts Center presents Role Reversal, an exhibition that presents the work of three women photographers whose images challenge long-held perceptions of beauty and gender roles in visual culture.

Gender disparity has long played an important part in informing the way we look at art and art history. Traditionally, men are the artists and viewers, while women have been confined to play the role of the muse: subjects to be painted, sculpted, and photographed by and from the male perspective.

However, photographs taken by Christa Blackwood, Lissa Rivera, and Jessica Yatrofsky do not exist solely as a counterpoint to the male narrative. Their work is part of a larger conversation about how we see, present, and view others in society.

Colorado Photographic Arts Center
1070 Bannock St
Denver, CO 80204


Sangre Colorado: Carlos Frésquez Mid-Career Survey

Curated by Cecily Cullen, Managing Director / Curator of CVA

Center for Visual Art

January 12 - March 24, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday January 12, 6–8pm; Music by DJ Dizzy D
  • Carlos Frésquez Artist Talk: Wednesday, March 7, 5:30pm
  • Closing Reception and Poetry Reading: Saturday, March 24, 4–6pm; Join Carlos in a ceremonial repainting of the walls, erasing the temporary murals while reflecting on their content
  • First and Third Fridays: 6–8pm; Open for viewing and art making
  • Young Artist Studio: Mural Painting Tuesdays & Thursdays, January 9–March 22, 3:30– 5:30pm; Free and open workshops for ages 11-21
cvaCarlos Frésquez, The Cubist Cholo, Pastel and Color Pencil on Paper, 1992

Metropolitan State University of Denver (MSU Denver) Center for Visual Art (CVA) announces Sangre Colorado: Carlos Frésquez Mid-Career Survey, an exhibition that features work spanning forty years of the influential and prolific career of Denver’s own Carlos Frésquez. A celebrated Chicano artist, Frésquez’s work has been exhibited nationally and internationally and is held in major collections. In his paintings, prints, and installations Frésquez honors his Chicano background and pulls in varied influences from punk and pop culture to modern masters, blending visual and cultural cues with both reverence and humor.

Center for Visual Art
Metropolitan State University of Denver
965 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
Tue-Fri: 11:00 AM - 6:00 PM
Sat: 12:00 - 5:00 PM


Read more: CVA: Carlos Frésquez

Sarah Bowling and Mario Zoots: Point of Friction

Curated by Mark Fitzsimmons


February 16 - March 31, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday, February 16 at 6pm
Pictured above: Mario Zoots Substrate 1, Substrate 2 c. 2018, Sarah Bowling Swing Set (no swing or slide) c. 2017

DATELINE is pleased to present its fourth anniversary exhibition Sarah Bowling and Mario Zoots: Point of Friction, curated by Mark Fitzsimmons.

When two opposing ideas meet there can be violent tectonic shifts, glancing blows, compassionate words or a loving embrace. Friction can push a conversation; it has the power to destroy or create. In searching for these points, Zoots and Bowling search through a collection of amorous notions, mutually held, using separate experiences and perspectives. Point of Friction questions how we project our intimate desires onto our partners, strangers and friends. What does it mean to be in a loving relationship? Can art give us a handful of personal, sometimes diverging, answers to these questions?

Sarah Bowling’s work explores the constructs of desire: the expectations of sexuality and the junctures of intimacy and vulnerability within relationships and the self. Examining the dangers and pleasures of physical intimacy, Bowling creates provoking bodies to be leered at. Using her own body as the material foundation and an art object in itself, her work invites you in to be playfully scolded. Working with industrial materials such as concrete and wood, often embellished with the seductiveness of vinyl and chiffon, the question of binary gender roles is pushed to the fore. Materiality is as much a focal point as the bubbly facade of her work. When confronted with Bowling’s body of work the audience is urged to find the line, or point, between consent and compliance in visual communication.

Mario Zoots conducts a study into black: using various gradients of light as a symbol for the unknown or unseen, the work both absorbs and excels. Zoots’ use of a variety of materials and modes includes a spray-painted canvas wearing a garter made of rope and by referencing Rauschenberg. In his combinations and assemblages, the artist uses this method of recapitulation as an entrance into a discussion on materials, baseness and the interactions between both. This iconography is a tool to distance himself from staggering emotion. As a collage artist, Zoots examined unfamiliar methods of working, focusing on layering textures and material interactions. In this way each work became an experiment. Representing the ambiguous and ephemeral pleasures of these relationships, the series gives viewers hidden moments to enjoy.

Sarah Bowling (b. 1993) lives and works in Denver, Colorado. Bowling received her BFA in Painting and Sculpture from the School of the Art Institute of Chicago in 2016. Her work has been exhibited in solo and group shows across the country, including Aggregate Space, Oakland, CA, Sullivan Gallery, and Archer Beach Haus and RULE gallery. In 2017 she was selected to attend the ACRE Residency in Steuben, Wisconsin. Her work is in several private collections across the country. Sarah Bowling appears at Dateline courtesy of RULE Gallery.

Mario Zoots (b.1981) lives and works in Denver, Colorado and is a current resident at RedLine. He received his Masters of Art from the University of Denver in 2015. In August of 2013, he participated in the Biennial of the Americas, creating his unique brand of collage which was exhibited publicly on a billboard on a major street in Denver, CO. Zoots’ work has been exhibited internationally since 2010 when he created a site specific installation at the Museum of Image + Sound in Sao Paulo, Brazil. Additionally his work has appeared on streets and galleries alike in New York, Los Angeles, Detroit, Amsterdam and Mexico City. In the summer of 2017 he did a series of interventions in abandoned buildings throughout Chiapas in Southern Mexico and Puerto Escondido, Oaxaca. Mario Zoots appears at Dateline courtesy of K Contemporary.

DATELINE (est. 2014) Reaching four years is a huge milestone for an art gallery and as such we invite you to join us for our Artist reception and anniversary party for light fare and libations on Friday February 16th, 2018 from 6-11pm. Both artists will be present and would love to share more of their thoughts and process with all of you. Thank you for being supportive of DATELINE for all these years! Here’s to four more!

3004 Larimer Street
Denver, Colorado 80205
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18th Annual Aurora Public Schools Art Educators’ Exhibit

Downtown Aurora Visual Arts

January 25 - March 16, 2018

  • Opening reception: Thursday January 25th from 4 pm to 7:30 pm
TaylorPeterson GenesisTaylor Peterson - Genesis

The exhibit features the professional artworks of Aurora Public Schools art educators. Some art teachers were inspired by the 2018 DAVA’s theme, crossovers between art and science of this year. The exhibit, coordinated by Deborah Nolasco, art teacher at Boston K-8, gives the opportunity to teachers to get together around their personal artwork and interests.

Making art on their own time allows teachers to be better teachers in the classroom, always inventing and researching new processes and ideas. “Over the years my art making and my teaching became interlinked by the same set of ideas. At this point my role as an artist is a fundamental element of my teaching and of the classroom experience of my students. Now we explore together as fellow artists.”- says Jon Olson, Art Teacher at Montview Elementary. For others, art is also created by a need to escape the daily demands of a teaching job: “Making my own work is my therapy. It allows me to drain all of the nonsense out and solely focus on creating.” Mark Manner, Ceramic Teacher at Aurora Central High School.

DAVA’s mission is to strengthen community through the visual arts with a primary focus on youth engagement. For more information about our programs, visit

Downtown Aurora Visual Arts (DAVA)
1405 Florence St
Aurora CO 80010
Mon-Fri: 10:00 am-5:00 pm or by appointment



Naturally Artificial: Works by Jason DeMarte

Denver Botanic Gardens, Gates Court Gallery

February 21 – May 20, 2018

  • Reception: Wednesday, February 21, 5:30–7:30 p.m.; Artist Talk: 6:30 p.m.
  • Exhibit organized in collaboration with RULE Gallery, Denver
demarte corn syrup summer detailJason DeMarte, Corn Syrup Summer (detail), pigment ink print, 2015

Jason DeMarte’s large-scale digital photographs juxtapose idyllic natural landscapes with the visual gluttony of consumerism.

Representing the natural world through unnatural elements, his works combine images of plants and animals with discordant artificial elements and processed foods. The synthetic world his creatures inhabit combines romanticized depictions of nature with the hyper-perfection of modern consumerist imagery. DeMarte’s works explore the manipulation of truth in today’s processed culture.

Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York St
Denver, CO 80206


Littleton High School 2018 Student Art Show

Depot Art Gallery

March 6 - 18, 2018

  • Reception: Wednesday, March 14, 4-6 p.m.
Depot Art Gallery
2069 West Powers
Littleton 80120
Open: 10-5 Tuesday through Saturday, 11-4 on Sunday


It's a Colorful World

Denver International Airport Main Terminal Gallery (Level 5)

December 2017 - April 2018

Melanie Rothchild - Guten Tag Trails - Acrylic on panel - 48"x36"

For most of us, color plays an important role in the way we perceive the world. As children, we develop our understanding of the world establishing color associations with most of the things that we can touch, taste, smell and even hear.

Think of an apple...what color popped into your mind?
A rubber duck?
A swimming pool?
The grass under your feet?

As you continue on your travels, you will probably think of many more. The artists in this exhibit explore the several ways colors sit together, how they make us feel, and the impact the use of color has in our world.

"One color carries its own meaning. Two colors create a harmony. Three colors create something totally new.” - Inkyo Back

Michael Warren Contemporary is a leading contemporary art gallery in the Arts District on Santa Fe Drive in Denver. The gallery provides one of the largest bodies of salable art in the city representing 45 artists from around the country. Additionally the gallery consigns more than 5,000 fine art prints from internationally recognized artists whose work has been placed into museums around the world.


Read more: DIA: It's a Colorful World

Pink Progression

Vida Ellison Gallery at the Denver Public Library, Central Branch, Level 7

March 2 – June 29, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Saturday, March 10, 1:30 – 4:30 p.m.
  • Curated by Anna Kaye
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Pink Progression, features over forty notable Colorado artists whose artwork is inspired by the 2017 and 2018 historic, women's march. During the marches, pink created a strong visual statement representing unity and empowerment. Artists incorporate or reject this hue as it reflects manifestations of personal, social, and gender connections.

Pink Progression includes all gender identities and expressions. Each exhibit is unique, featuring different works by each of the artists. Pink Progression's three exhibits collectively occur over a six month period, February 16 through August 18, 2018. The exhibit also includes collaborative artwork and a book, Words: Resist and Persist, a collection of poems and comic art from local writers and artists.

For more info visit: or Instagram @pinkprogression

Participating Artists:

Theresa Anderson, Tya AnthonyFawn Atencio, Libby BarbeeTonia BonnellMindy BrayJulia RymerTrine Bumiller, Katie CaronIrene Delka McCraySally Elliott, Bonnie Ferrill RomanDon FodnessSteven FrostMelissa Furness, Jennifer GhormleyAnia Gola-KumorEmma HardyKim HarrellAna Maria HernandoVeronica Herrera, Tsehai JohnsonMargaret KasaharaAnna KayeRian Kerrane, Mary-Ann KokoskaViviane Le CourtoisLauri Lynnxe MurphySuchitra Mattai, Laleh MehranAmy MetierDaisy McGowanSusanne Mitchell, Sophie Lynn MorrisDaisy Patton, Mark Penner-HowellJennifer PettusMartha RussoAjean Ryan, Dylan Scholinski, Natascha SiedeneckSue SimonFrankie ToanRebecca Vaughan,  Sarah Wallace ScottChinn WangKate Woodliff O’Donnell, Melanie Yazzie
Vida Ellison Gallery
Denver Public Library, Central Branch (7th Floor)
10 W. Fourteenth Ave. Pkwy.
Denver, CO 80204
Mon and Tues: 10am 8pm
Wed to Fri: 10am – 6pm
Sat: 9am – 5pm
Sun: 1 5pm


Community Print Show

EDGE Gallery

March 2 - April 1, 2018

  • Opening reception: First Friday, March 2, 5-10pm
EDGE Gallery will host an Open Show featuring traditional and experimental printmaking processes for Mo’ Print: Month of Printmaking 2018.

Edge Gallery
7001 W. Colfax
Lakewood, CO
Thu: 1-5pm, Fri: 1-9pm, Sat:12-5pm


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