Gifford Ewing: Threshold

1801 California (Denver)

May 18 – July 28, 2017

  • Lobby open from 8am – 6pm daily
  • Free artist reception on Thursday May 18 from 4:30 to 7pm
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Gifford Ewing - Great Sand Dunes National Park

Denver’s famed photographer, Gifford Ewing, defies technological trends and captures true beauty in nature’s pristine landscapes by using a traditional photographic process. Starting May 18 at 1801 California in downtown Denver, the public is invited to experience a collection of Ewing’s captivating newer, larger format works that make up the free exhibition Threshold, Monumental photography by Gifford Ewing, featuring the artist’s black and white as well as color photography.

1801 California St
Denver, CO 80202

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Pigment, Value, Density: Sue Crosby Doyle and Jean Smith

Anthology Fine Art and Gallery

June 9 – July 29, 2017

  • Gallery Reception: Friday, June 16, 5 – 9 PM
  • Artists Talk/Demo with Sue Crosby Doyle and Katie Hoffman: Saturday, July 8, 3 – 5 PM
(left) Sue Crosby Doyle; (right) Jean Smith

Pigment, Value, Density refers to the way colors are used, from the actual colored powder which is the basis of color (pigment), to the relative darkness or lightness of the color (value), and on to the transparency or opaqueness of that color (density). It represents the study or testing of the hue, lightness, and saturation of the light reflected as we see things; playing with what happens visually when various colors are used together. How do we feel when we see various color combinations? Can we create different feelings by changing the color combinations?

This duo show aims to make the viewer aware of their feelings by the colors in relationship to each other: happiness, sadness, anger, love, and feelings in between. Sue features her monotypes and collages and Jean features her ceramic sculptures.

Anthology Fine Art and Gallery
3419 S. Lincoln Street
Englewood, CO 80113
Tuesday – Friday 10 – 6 PM, Saturday 10 – 5 PM, Sunday and Monday by Appointment 


Buzz, Melt & Create: Explorations in Encaustic Art

Art Gym Denver

June 22 - July 15, 2017

  • Curated by Elke McGuire
  • Featuring works by Patricia Aaron, Alane Holsteen, Dylan Gebbia-Richards, Katie Kalkstein and Laura Tyler
  • Opening Reception: Thursday June 22, from 5-8pm, featuring a special tasting by Bee Ranch, a local confectioner who creates candies featuring raw honey
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Buzz, Melt & Create - Explorations in Encaustic Art will showcase a variety of local artists who will demonstrate how beeswax, the natural ingredient used in encaustic, can be combined with printmaking, photography and even built into three dimensional sculptures.

Inspired by Art Gyms’ recently opened encaustic workspace and the installation of a bee hive on its roof-top, curator Elke McGuire brings together works by Patricia Aaron, Alane Holsteen, Dylan Gebbia-Richards, Katie Kalkstein and Laura Tyler for this unique exhibition.

Art Gym Denver
1460 Leyden St.
Denver, CO 80220
Tue-Sat: 9am-6pm


James Garnett: Yin and Yang

Artists on Santa Fe Gallery

June 1 - July 3, 2017

  • 1st Friday Art Walk: June 2, 6-9 pm
  • 3rd Friday Artist’s Reception: June 16, 5-8 pm

In Chinese philosophy, yin and yang describe how often opposites are complementary and connected like hot and cold, black and white, short and tall, and functional/nonfunctional when working in clay.

Artists on Santa Fe's June show will feature resident artist, James Garnett, commonly known to work in the nonfunctional side of clay using the Japanese method of glaze firing called Raku.

New works will be exhibited alongside his new designs in functional ware including sake sets, teapots, and trays. Using slab construction, the wheel, and extruded clay he follows the intended rules of clean lines and form as often seen in his architecturally inspired nonfunctional vessels. Additionally, new works in painting, jewelry, photography, and ceramics by gallery artists will be exhibited.

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. The gallery is a local favorite, and was featured in New York Time's "36 hours" series as one of the most accessible galleries in Denver.

Artists on Santa Fe Gallery
747 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
Mon-Fri: 10-5; Sat: 10-4



Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities

June 1 – August 20, 2017

  • Opening Reception: Thursday June 1st from 6 - 9pm
  • Featuring: Robert Brinker, Colby Brumit, Sophia Dixon Dillo, Rachel Doniger, Marcus Fitzgibbons, Laura Grossett, Helen Hiebert, Claire Jackel, Richard Kallweit, Mike McClung, Myron Melnick, Lauri Lynnxe Murphy, Jenene Nagy, Mike Neff, Bonnie Ferrill Roman, Tiffany Miller Russell, Sarah Wallace Scott, Matthew Shlian, Ray Tomasso, Peter Yumi
  • Also on display:
  • Stan Meyer: Poetic Presence (Upper Gallery)
  • Paper on Paper: The Art of Chine-Colle (Theater Gallery)
Detail of "Ready to Burst" by Bonnie Ferrill Roman

Paper.Works includes the works of twenty artists who use paper as their artistic medium. From cast paper to cut paper, folded paper to handmade paper, this exhibition will include works that are innovative and intriguing.

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


Dasha Shishkin: Tram Pam Pam

Walk the Distance and Slow Down: Selections from the collection of JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey

Mauro Giaconi: cae a plomo (desde el fondo del tiempo)


June 9 – September 10, 2017

  • Opening Reception: Friday, June 9
  • 5:30pm members preview; 6:30pm free public reception
Dasha Shishkin, i don’t want any problems, none whatsoever, 2007

Dasha Shishkin: Tram Pam Pam
  • Moscow-born artist Dasha Shishkin’s solo exhibition is a whimsical leap into a world between painting and drawing where the delights and follies of human nature are performed in vivid color and imagination.
Walk the Distance and Slow Down: Selections from the collection of JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey
  • Twenty-nine international artists explore the potential of contemporary drawing, moving beyond perceived limits of paper as an artistic substrate and medium.
Mauro Giaconi: cae a plomo (desde el fondo del tiempo) / falls to lead (from the depths of time)
  • A site-specific wall drawing and installation by Argentinian artist Mauro Giaconi commissioned by BMoCA as an extension to selection of works from the collection of JoAnn Gonzalez Hickey.
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
1750 13th Street
Boulder, CO 80302


Read more: BMoCA: Summer Exhibitions 2017

New works by members Rolf Helland and Ketty Devieux

CORE New Art Space

June 22 - July 9, 2017

  • Opening Reception: Friday, June 22, 6-9pm
Devieux Collapse
Devieux, Collapse

Helland’s oil paintings and drawings reflect his fascination with destructive forces on the urban landscape based on images that he finds through the media while Devieux’s “Dislocation/Recollection” mixed-media works are intuitively painted or stained with ink, gouache or acrylic on paper, canvas or carton.

In the Annex, Scott Hawn - Taking the attributes of a natural or found object and expanding those qualities to create a sculpture in elements such as stone, wood, fiber, or clay.

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


CPAC’s Annual Members’ Show

Colorado Photographic Arts Center

June 9 – July 29, 2017

  • Exhibition Juror: Rebecca Robertson, Photo Editor of PDN and PDNOnline
  • Opening Reception & Award Ceremony with Rebecca Robertson: Saturday, June 10, 2017, 5 - 8pm
  • Closing Reception: Saturday, July 29, 2017, 5 - 8pm
Abbey Hepner, Regenerate, 2016

The Colorado Photographic Arts Center is pleased to announce its annual members’ photography exhibition juried by Rebecca Robertson, Photo Editor of PDN/Photo District News. Robertson reviewed over 380 images submitted by 77 artists and selected 23 works by 21 photographers for the exhibition. She selected an additional 15 works for inclusion in the catalog as a Special Mention subset. The exhibition is a survey of new work made by CPAC members and is intended to highlight the creative talents of CPAC’s core constituency.

Colorado Photographic Arts Center
1070 Bannock St
Denver, CO 80204
Public Hours: Tuesday - Friday: 11am - 5pm; Saturday: 12 - 4pm


Shade: Clyfford Still / Mark Bradford

Denver Art Museum and Clyfford Still Museum Joint Exhibitions

April 9 – July 16, 2017

csm-dam(L-R) Mark Bradford, Butch Queen (detail), 2016
Mark Bradford (American, born 1961). Photograph courtesy the artist
Clyfford Still, PH-26, 1951

The Denver Art Museum and Clyfford Still Museum unite the work of two artists separated by generations in a creative collaboration: Shade: Clyfford Still / Mark Bradford.

The 2 exhibitions include new paintings by renowned contemporary American artist Mark Bradford at the Denver Art Museum (DAM), as well as a unique presentation of Still’s work curated by Bradford at the Clyfford Still Museum (CSM). Bradford was honored in 2014 with the U.S. Department of State’s Medal of Arts and notably was recently named as the U.S. representative at the 2017 Venice Biennale.

“This exhibition takes our partnership with the Clyfford Still Museum to new heights,” said Christoph Heinrich, Frederick and Jan Mayer Director of the DAM. “By visiting the exhibition at DAM and CSM, visitors will gain a deeper understanding of the connection between Bradford’s work and Still’s abstractions as they relate to the legacy of abstract expressionism.” Rebecca Hart, curator of modern and contemporary art, will curate DAM’s presentation of the exhibition in the Museum’s Gallagher Family Gallery.

“The title Shade has rich implications such as to shelter from light, to be in a shadow or to add black to a hue to darken it,” said curator Hart. “Both Clyfford Still and Mark Bradford have a unique relationship to black. At a time when other Abstract Expressionist painters had vibrant palettes, Still used black to force viewers out of their comfort zones. For Bradford, the choice of black isn’t neutral; it intentionally forces us to confront conventional notions of race. Each viewer will interpret the use of black differently, hopefully evoking emotions that connect them to the works on view.”

Bradford’s curation of Still’s work at CSM will feature approximately 15 works that prominently incorporate black pigments, spanning five decades. The selection reveals Bradford’s appreciation for Still’s frequent use of black and for Still’s many evocative statements about the color, including, “Black was never a color of death and terror for me. I think of it as warm and generative.” Bradford’s curation will be featured in the Museum’s two largest galleries. This exhibition marks the Museum’s third installment of its Artists Select series, which began in 2015 with an exhibition curated by visual artist and composer Mark Mothersbaugh, and continued in early 2017 with an exhibition curated by contemporary artist and filmmaker Julian Schnabel.

Bradford believes his new work for this exhibition is in dialogue with Still’s. He recalled seeing a Still painting for the first time: “What caught my eye was the insistence of his paintings. His surfaces were more raw and immediate than other abstract expressionist paintings. His paintings are not just optical—they have a very physical presence.” In comparing his studio process with Still’s, Bradford said, “My paintings are made up of tearing. To me it represents a process that is more of a reality than laying down a perfect line of paint. It’s raw and violent but it still comes together. And it’s not just a tearing that you see in Still’s paintings, it’s a collision of colors. There aren’t smooth transitions.”

Denver Art Museum
100 W 14th Ave
Denver, CO 80204

Clyfford Still Museum
1250 Bannock Street
Denver, CO 80204



528.0: Regional Juried Printmaking Exhibition

58 artists exhibiting 96 works living within a 528.0 mile radius of Denver

Center for Visual Art

May 26 - July 22, 2017

  • Exhibition sponsored by The Invisible Museum and on display at MSU Denver's Center for Visual Art
  • The Center for Visual Art celebrates the expansive diversity of contemporary printmaking found within our western region
  • Opening reception: Friday May, 26, 6-8pm
  • Complete event list:
Images (l-r): Sarah Fukami, 09657A (Hirosawa Frank) III, photo plate lithography, screen printing and laser cutting on paper, 2017
Vivian Jean, Dragons and Foxes, linoleum block carving, 2016
Mark D Sisson, Portrait of Emma Shore: What Price Education?, linocut, woodcut, lithograph, 2017

Exhibiting Artists: Judith Bennett, Chris Blume, Mackenzie Browning, Taiko Chandler, Catherine Chauvin, Evan Colbert, Brian Comber, Sue Crosby-Doyle, Dennis Dalton, Al Denyer, Linda Everson, Susan Fisher, Mark Friday, Sarah Fukami, Libby Garon, Jennifer Ghormley, Rosemary Grace, Maria Hettinga, Katie Hoffman, Pat Isaacs, Michael Jacobs, Vivian Jean, Tressa Jones, Joe Kimble, Gwen Laine, Tressa Lillehoff, Linda Lowry, Kathie Lucas, Mark Lunning, Jennifer Lynch, Janice McCullagh, Zachary Miller, Skye Mitchell, Johanna Mueller, J. Harley Nalley, Jonathan Nicklow, John Odin, Heather Oelklaus, Tony Ortega, Howard Paine, Kelly Pierce, Dawna Quillin, Roberta Restaino, Phyllis Rider, Cheryl Rogers, Will Ross, Liz Roth, Jeff Russell, Gregory Santos, Jude’ Silva, Mark Sisson, Irmgard Sturgell, Dean Thompson, Carol Till, Naomi Van der Lande, Chris Warot, Brandon Williams and Mami Yamamoto

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: 528.0: Regional Juried Printmaking Exhibition

Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place

Denver Art Museum

February 19 - October 22, 2017

  • Special opening preview sponsored by DAM Contemporaries: Thursday February 16th from 7:30-10pm
  • Meet the artists, and enjoy music, dancing, festive snacks, and a cash bar featuring specialty cocktails
  • DAMC Members $20; General Admission $27
Carmen-Argote-27Carmen Argote, Live/Work (detail), 2016. Mixed media, paper, and metal screen. © Carmen Argote

Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place will feature site-specific installations by 13 Latino artists that express experiences of contemporary life in the American West. Energizing and vibrant artwork will be presented by Carmen Argote (Los Angeles), Jaime Carrejo (Denver), Gabriel Dawe (Dallas), Claudio Dicochea (San Antonio), Daniela Edburg (San Miguel de Allende), Justin Favela (Las Vegas), Ana Teresa Fernández (San Francisco), Ramiro Gomez (West Hollywood), John Jota Leaños (San Francisco), Dmitri Obergfell (Denver), Ruben Ochoa (Los Angeles), Daisy Quezada (Santa Fe), and Xochi Solis (Austin).

These artists examine diverse narratives of migration and the complex layering of cultures throughout the Western United States through ideas related to labor, nostalgia, memory, visibility, and displacement. Installations will incorporate mixed-media, performance-based video art, digital animation, fiber constructions, painting, sculpture, and ceramics.

To foster creativity and provide insight into the artistic process, the on-site development of the installations will be visible to the public beginning in December 2016, with scheduled opportunities for visitors to engage with artists. The exhibition will open February 19, 2017, and will be on view through October 22 of that year.

Mi Tierra: Contemporary Artists Explore Place is organized by the Denver Art Museum, and is curated by Rebecca Hart, curator of modern and contemporary art at the DAM. An exhibition catalog will be available in The Shops and online.

Denver Art Museum
100 W 14th Ave
Denver, CO 80204


Then, Now, Next: Evolution of an Architectural Icon

Denver Art Museum - Hamilton Building 2nd floor

February 19 - August 31, 2017

Gio Ponti and James Sudler Associates, Model of the Denver Art Museum, 1966

Punctuating the upcoming North Building project announced on December 8, 2016, the Denver Art Museum is presenting Then, Now, Next: Evolution of an Architectural Icon—an exhibition on the iconic modernist building, its history and its future. The exhibition features historical photos, original architectural sketches, building models and project renderings to tell the story of the North Building’s evolution. Then, Now, Next has taken over the Gates Family Gallery on level 2 of the Hamilton Building through Aug. 31, 2017.

“For nearly 50 years, the North Building has been a significant part of the community, and we’re excited for the upcoming project that will ensure it continues to play a prominent role,” said Christoph Heinrich, the Frederick and Jan Mayer Director of the museum. “We want to honor the building, and give our visitors an opportunity to reflect on its history and share the excitement for its future.”

The exhibition has been divided into three specific sections: Then, Now and Next.

The Then section takes visitors from the preconstruction site through build out—featuring Gio Ponti’s architectural drawings, historical photos and building model as well as other ephemera from the celebrated 1971 building opening.

The Now section features details on how the North Building has served an expanding and diversifying community since opening its doors nearly 50 years ago.

The Next section features the museum’s future plans, including renderings and an architectural model, and outline the guiding principles for the team: Stewardship of buildings and collections, offering a superior visitor experience, unifying the campus and inviting the whole community to enjoy the museum and its programs.

“By tracing the history of the North Building from its earliest development through its original construction, and then observing how it has developed into the building we experience today, this exhibition is a moment to reflect on its significance,” said Darrin Alfred, curator of architecture, design and graphics at the DAM. “Visitors can chart how the need for such a structure arose and examine how innovative a museum building it was for the late 1960s. They then can view how the new North revitalization project will celebrate Gio Ponti’s original vision for the building and be an open, welcoming destination for visitors.”

Exhibition visitors also have the opportunity to share their favorite North Building experiences through an in-gallery visitor feedback installation.

Denver Art Museum
100 W 14th Ave
Denver, CO 80204


Imagine, featuring DAVA youth and guest artist Esther Hernandez

Downtown Aurora Visual Arts

June 22 - August 30, 2017

  • Opening reception: Thursday June 22nd from 4 to 7:30 pm
  • Guest artist Esther Hernandez will perform from 4 to 6 during the opening
animation still by Esther Hernandez
animation still by Esther Hernandez 

Imagine focuses on the creative process with DAVA youth imagining a better world, and presenting new ideas.

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



Read more: DAVA: Imagine, featuring Esther Hernandez

Adam Milner: Desirable Objects

David B. Smith Gallery

June 16 - July 15, 2017

  • Opening reception: Friday, June 16th, from 6 - 8pm; Free and open to the public / Artist in attendance
  • In the project room: Cabinet, Curated by Adam Milner
  • Exhibition hours for Cabinet: 2 - 4pm and by appointment; There is a limit of three visitors at a time
Adam Milner, Various Documents (November 30, 2015), 2010-2017 (ongoing), digital photographic archive

I once had sex with someone and our skin never touched. Even so, bodies are porous things, seeping into each other, leaving traces behind. Inside and outside, what’s mine and what’s yours, where I begin and end; these are confusing distinctions that break down the more they’re interrogated. -Adam Milner, 2017

David B. Smith Gallery
1543 A Wazee Street
Denver, CO, 80202


Read more: David B. Smith: Adam Milner: Desirable Objects

Calder: Monumental

Denver Botanic Gardens

April 28 - September 24, 2017

calderAlexander Calder, A Two-Faced Guy, 1969
Sheet metal, bolts, and paint, 84" x 80" x 64"
© 2017 Calder Foundation, New York / Artists Rights Society (ARS), New York

Denver Botanic Gardens’ exhibition of iconic American artist Alexander Calder’s bold sculptures – Calder: Monumental – is the first outdoor show of Calder’s work in the West and the first solo outdoor exhibition in the U.S. in more than a decade.

Calder devoted much of his later working years to monumental sculpture, many of which were public commissions. Gracing public plazas, landmark atriums and even airport halls, Calder’s works transformed the surrounding space, definitively changing the public’s experience of it. True to his practice, Calder’s monumental works are made of industrial materials and bolted steel plates, and the works exhibited in Calder: Monumental are no exception. In some cases, a mobile structure sways at the top of the sculpture to create a “standing mobile.” In addition to the outdoor sculptures, one indoor mobile in monumental scale is presented in the Boettcher Memorial Center, on loan from the Denver Art Museum. The featured abstract and figurative sculptures span from 1956–1976.

Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York St
Denver, CO 80206

Read more: DBG: Calder: Monumental

Color: Works by Teresa Booth Brown

Gates Garden Court Gallery at the Denver Botanic Gardens

May 24 – August 6, 2017

  • Exhibit organized in collaboration with Michael Warren Contemporary, Denver
Copyright © 2017 Teresa Booth Brown

While Booth Brown’s paintings are evocative of landscapes, architecture, and still lifes, they are none of these things. The artist constructs a tension between the conceptual and the concrete. Fragments of photography are recognizable, but flat, geometrical fields of color insist on the materiality of the paint and its composition.

Denver Botanic Gardens
1007 York St
Denver, CO 80206


Sarah Bowling: Fair Play

Deep Space Gallery

May 30 - June 30, 2017

  • Gallery reception: Sunday, June 4 from 4-7pm
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Sarah Bowling - R Kelly's Loft - acrylic on chiffon - 46 x 32in

Deep Space Gallery and Sarah Bowling are pleased to present the upcoming solo exhibition, Fair Play , displaying new paintings, drawings, and sculptures by emerging Denver-based artist, Sarah Bowling. The show is guest-curated by Dasha Baulina. There will be a public reception Sunday, June 4 from 4:00 - 7:00 pm . Light refreshments will be provided. The exhibition will be on view May 30 through June 30, 2017.

Deep Space Gallery
11020 S. Pikes Peak Drive
Parker, CO 80138
Monday - Friday, 8:00am - 6:00pm or by appointment


Read more: Deep Space: Sarah Bowling

Front Range Wildlife Photographers: "Wildlife of Colorado"

A Juried Selection of Images by the Members of the Front Range Wildlife Photographers

Western History Art Gallery at the Central Branch of the Denver Public Library

May 8 - July 30, 2017

  • More info at
  • Participating photographers: Peter Batty, Dan Walters, Holly Simon, Stan Hill, Lauren Lang, Janine Trudell, Dawn Key, Harvey Dunn, David Hicks, Yoni Brandt, Richard Dangerfield, Kevin Rutherford, Guy Turenne, Mindy Musick King
  • Juried by Marc Morris of Tamron Lenses USA
Wildlife Photo Exhibit poster

Front Range Wildlife Photographers is designed to be a meeting place, virtually and physically, for wildlife and nature lovers in Colorado and beyond. We are a vibrant community that builds relationships with one another through photography outings, social gatherings, group art showings, and educational opportunities.

Our members are proud to partner with the Denver Public Library to present “Wildlife of Colorado” now through July at the Western History Art Gallery located on the 5th Floor of the Central Branch of the Denver Public Library. We would like to thank the library for hosting us and invite you to join us at any of our upcoming events.

Western History Gallery
Denver Public Library, Central Branch (5th 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


Prism & Paradox

Featuring paintings and sculpture by: Andrew Davis, Hollis+Lana, Hyland Mather, Leon Loucheur, Suchitra Mattai, Project Street Gold


June 23 - September 9, 2017

  • Opening Reception Friday June 23rd 6-9pm
Suchitra Mattai - Motion Sickness - 2017 22" x 30", mixed-media collage

Druther is pleased to announce the gallery grand opening and group exhibition, Prism & Paradox. Druther is a new artist run gallery showing contemporary art and one of a kind designs located in Platte Park. Druther is a natural habitat for art viewing and living. Artist founders Hollis + Lana will design one of kind furniture that directly respond to the curated visual art on display, creating an integrated art and living experience.

2378 South Downing Street
Denver, CO 80210
Thursday - Sunday, 1-6pm and by appointment 

Read more: Druther: Prism & Paradox

Change: New Works and New Home

EDGE Member Artists Show

June 2 - July 9, 2017

  • Opening Reception: Friday, June 2, 5:30 - 9pm
  • EDGE Gallery has moved! Join them at the inaugural exhibition at their new home: 999 Vallejo St. in Denver
Edge Change June 2017

Join us for the inaugural show at our new gallery space. Change is a multi-media exhibition, exploring the process and responses to transitions. Works range from personal to political, and were created by EDGE member artists.

Edge Gallery
999 Vallego Street
Denver, CO 80204
Thu: 1-5pm, Fri: 1-9pm, Sat:12-5pm



Gildar Gallery

June 2 - July 1, 2017

  • Featuring: Kahlil Cezanne Zawadi, Patrice Renee Washington, Umar Rashid, Shaina McCoy, Jibade-Khalil Huffman, Rashawn Griffin, Sadie Barnette, Taylor Balkissoon, Ibra Ake
  • Curated by Taylor Balkissoon
  • Opening Reception: Friday, June 2nd from 6-9pm
Patrice Renee Washington - Southern Recipe - Porcelain frame, stoneware, grout, 15 x 13.5 x 3in, 2017

Gildar Gallery
82 S. Broadway
Denver, CO 80209
Wed-Sat: 12-6pm or by appointment


Read more: Gildar: Now More Than Always
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