INTOLERANCE: Tales of Loss, Survival and Perseverance

Niza Knoll Gallery

May 2 - July 13, 2019

  • Artwork in a variety of mediums by Penney Bidwell, Dennis Dalton Jerry DeLaCruz, Nancy Enyart, Michael Gadlin, Niza Knoll, Gayla Lemke, Charles Luna, Aliki McCain and Sheary Clough Suiter
  • Opening and artist reception: Thursday, May 2, 6-8:30 pm
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As artist and gallery owner Niza Knoll watched the march of Neo-Nazis on Charlottesville, North Carolina in August of 2017, she became alarmed. As a descendent of family members who were lost to the holocaust and whose father escaped and survived, she was physically shaken that some 80 years later in the United States of America, the same rhetoric of intolerance that started a genocide was in full display. The event conjured images of concentration camps, immigration quotas and families seeking asylum; thoughts of innocent people who were killed because they were considered animals and “undesirable”, but had no place to go. And of the story, written by her father, of an incident with his scouting group just before the occupation of Austria by the Germans. As an artist, she poured those anxieties into her artwork and invited other, like-minded artist to reflect on the same theme. 

In March of 1938, at 18 years old, Niza Knoll’s father Fred Knoll escaped Vienna, Austria with a group of other youths in a secret exodus to Israel. His mother (his father had died before this time), grandmother and uncles were transported to Auschwitz concentration camp where they were all killed. Both of his siblings survived—Niza’s Aunt Lili who migrated to Brooklyn, NY in 1940 at age 17, just barely escaping, and his and older brother Otto, who had migrated to Israel in the early 1930's. Niza’s father recounts his personal story of an incident with his scouting group and a Nazi parade, in a written essay called “The Flags” that will be displayed, along with other written reflections of loss, survival and perseverance.

Niza Knoll Gallery
915 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204


“Outlined Against the Visible” a Solo Exhibition by Dan Drossman

Pendula Architects Collective (863 Santa Fe Drive in Denver)

July 5 – August 23, 2019

  • Opening Reception: First Friday, July 5, 6-10 pm
  • First Friday Reception: August 2nd, 6-10 pm
  • Closing Reception: Friday, August 23, 6-10 pm
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Dan Drossman Purge Acrylic and charcoal on canvas 48” x 60”

For Artist Dan Drossman creation is his catharsis. Having lived with chronic pain for much of his life, he has come to understand the complexities of the mind-body interaction and how pain can simultaneously be a brutal physical reality and a manifestation of the brain. He explores this conflict through his artwork, embracing an intuitive process that allows him to connect to his unconscious—the invisible—letting it explode visually—and visibly­—into consciousness and onto the canvas. His paintings and drawings merge elements of graffiti, cartooning, and abstraction to create a unique language.

Drossman is proud to announce a solo exhibition of his paintings and drawings—his first since moving Denver from New York City in 2018. Outlined Against the Visible will be on view July 5 – August 23, 2019 at Pendula Architects Collective, 863 Santa Fe Drive in Denver’s popular Art District on Santa Fe. 

The exhibit will showcase an ongoing series of work that delves into the artist’s psyche, with the goal of aligning the medium with his mental states while giving visual cues. The work is accessible to his audience through a deft use of line, color and other formal elements. Works range in size from small to large, and employ marker, acrylic, charcoal and other media on paper and canvas. Drossman describes the motivation behind his artwork:

“My curiosity lies in the relationship between the visible and the invisible, and the point in which these boundaries meet. In my process, it’s the moment where unconscious intuition is confronted by conscious intellect. In the image itself, it is where abstraction begins to suggest figuration. It’s here where I love to play.”

Drossman grew up in Chapel Hill, North Carolina, received his BA from Guilford College in Greensboro, North Carolina, and holds an MFA from The School of Visual Arts in New York. He has had solo and group exhibitions throughout New York and North Carolina. He is currently lives in Denver, Colorado and is represented by Ruler Art in New York City ( He can be found working in his space at Bitfactory Studios on Santa Fe Drive, or online at his newly refreshed website and on Instagram @dandrossmanart.

Pendula is a collaborative of Architects and related professions. A vital community of individuals who have joined their intellectual resources to explore, enhance, and promote their practice. They are proud to use their space on Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe as a venue for showcasing local artists.


Phil Bender & Scottie Burgess

Pirate: Contemporary Art

June 14 – 30, 2019

  • Artists’ Reception: Friday June 14th, 6 to 10pm
  • Guest artist Julia Boone–Davenport: Exhibiting as a special guest in the Treasure Chest
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Phil Bender: Art Deco Building in Ventura, 2019

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Scottie Burgess: Couer Accretions

The word core derived from the Old French word couer, which translates to “the heart or inmost part of anything.” The process of accretion consists of a gradual build-up over time. It’s the mechanism by which planets are built and beaches are formed. Similar to the human body, when a tree undergoes internal or external stress, a burl can develop, a rare and unique distortion of natural layering. This means of growth is not concerned with refinement or mistakes, but instead builds on every successive development, ultimately resulting in the end form.

Pirate: Contemporary Art
7130 W 16th Ave
Lakewood, CO 80214


Fan Mail: A Group Exhibition Organized By Hyperlink Artist Collective Members


June 29 - August 2, 2019

  • Opening Reception: Saturday, June 29, 6:00- 9:00 pm
  • Participating Artists: Theresa Anderson/ Michael Brodeur aka New Dad, Amber Cobb/ Rachel Niffengger, Tobias Fike/ Adam Basanta, Ian Fisher/ Dan Gratz, Matthew Harris/ Jennifer Arnold, Ashley Williams & Sarah Williams/ Sarah and Joseph Belknap, Kathryn Wingard/ Derek Barker, Donald Fodness/ William Dalton Frizzell, Daisy McGowan/ Caitlin Goebel, Laura Shill/ AJRR/AdamJonRoseRoses (Adam-Jon Williams and Rose Gelderblom Waddilove)
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Special Programming: Hyperlink collaboration with Junk Drawer and RedLine’s Visiting Critic Program bringing power-house duo, Evan Garza + Michael Brodeur aka New Dad to two events. August 1-4 RedLine's Visiting Critic Program- Evan Garza + /// JUNK DRAWER Saturday, August 3 9PM-2AM featuring NEW DAD as well as ROUTING NUMBER {DENVER} - 3-hour set!

2350 Arapahoe St.
Denver, CO 80205
Mon-Fri: 9am-5pm
Sat/Sun: 11am-5pm


Nathan Sawaya: Park People

Republic Plaza

July 10 – August 27, 2019


Republic Plaza presents Park People, an interactive art installation by the globally recognized LEGO® artist Nathan Sawaya in downtown Denver July 10 – August 27. Six captivating, monochromatic human forms seated on park benches will grace the 16th Street Mall side of the exterior of Denver’s tallest office building, inviting people to interact with this public exhibition. Inspired by the simple moments of ‘just taking a seat,’ these whimsical LEGO® people explore the artistic potential of the human form.

Republic Plaza, Exterior
16th Street Mall Side
370 17th Street
Denver, CO 80202


Screaming Low-Level Panic

Rhinoceropolis (3553 Brighton Blvd in Denver)

July, 2019

  • Opening Reception: Friday July 5th from 6-10pm
  • Featuring works by Dmitri Obergfell, Jordan Dawson, Trash, Alex Behler, Ike Clateman, Livy Onalee Snyder, and Adrian Wright
  • Curated by Coleman Mummery
Image by Trash

“Individuals are locked into repeating loops, aware that their activity is pointless, but nevertheless unable to desist. The ceaseless circulation of digital communication lies beyond the pleasure principle: the insatiable urge to check messages, email or Facebook is a compulsion, akin to scratching an itch which gets worse the more one scratches. Like all compulsions, this behaviour feeds on dissatisfaction. If there are no messages, you feel disappointed and check again very quickly. But if there are messages you also feel disappointed: no amount of messages is ever enough.” -Mark Fisher, The Privatization of Stress

The cultural theorist Mark Fisher uses the phrase screaming low-level panic to describe the experience of cyberspace in his lecture of cybertime crisis. He argues neoliberalism has created a self-perpetuating control through communication, creating a panic temporality caused by the rapid onslaught of information. The artificial hyper-competition of capitalist cyberspace creates mandatory entrepreneurialism by a consensual hallucination of business and busy-ness: a paralyzing interlock of work and libido. The infinity of cyberspace and the finitude of the organism inhibits the ability to construct a coherent self in the face of constant input. The infinite demands of cyberspace disables agency and produces anxiety.

Instead of engaging directly with the political and cultural forces that create this cybertime crisis, this exhibition is opting to explore a cybernetic demonology of information, possessed animism of tech objects. Demons born from human technology whose hell is cyberspace. In an attempt at soothsaying, this exhibition aims to reconcile our cybernetic and spiritual paradigm.

The polemic of Fisher’s crisis confronts our reality of disseminated information. Will our capacity to communicate save us or crush us in demonic waves of clout? Or more appropriately, how can we free cyberspace itself from neoliberal capitalism?


Four Concurrent Solo Exhibitions in Abstraction




ALISON HALL: “Heirlooms”

Robischon Gallery

May 16 - July 6, 2019

  • Opening Reception for the Artists: Thursday, May 16 from 6 – 8 pm
JAQ CHARTIER - Green/Blue Chart acrylic, ink, dyes, stains and spray paint on panel diptych 40 x 61 in

Robischon Gallery is pleased to present concurrent solo exhibitions in abstraction by artists Barbara Takenaga (NY), Linda Fleming (CO/CA), Jaq Chartier (WA) and Alison Hall (NY). Each process-oriented approach by painters Takenaga, Hall and Chartier as well as sculptor, Fleming, manifests in an uncommon range of imaginative possibilities of pattern and form stemming from the organic to the systematic. The large and small works exhibited utilize an array of media, including Takenaga’s paintings of acrylic on linen or panel, Chartier’s applications of ink, dye or spray paint and acrylic resins on panel along with the artist’s archival dye sublimation on aluminum prints, Hall’s paintings employing oil, graphite and plaster on panel, and Fleming’s chromed and enameled steel wall sculpture alongside works on paper of gouache and pastel.

The four distinctive artists on view offer an opportunity to experience a wide range of color, from deeply nuanced shades to vivid luminous hues, which are primarily carried by mesmerizing repetition and the subtle or dramatic shifts of movement within each artist’s vernacular. By chosen means and the vehicle of abstraction, Takenaga, Hall, Chartier and Fleming visually accentuate and synthesize the binary conditions of order and flux through counterbalance, reflection and process, while alluding to the intimacy of contemplation and the expansiveness of the cosmological.

Robischon Gallery
1740 Wazee Street
Denver, CO 80202
Tue-Fri: 11am-6pm; Sat: 12-5pm


Joe Clower: Paintings

Rule Gallery

June 27 - August 10, 2019

  • Grand Opening Reception: Thursday, June 27 6-9p
  • New gallery location: 808 Santa Fe Drive in Denver
Joe Clower, Untitled (green bars), 2016, watercolor on paper, 14.75 x 18 inches

RULE Gallery is pleased to present a solo exhibition of paintings by Joe Clower as the inaugural event at our new location in Denver. The show will open with a public reception June 27, 2019, from 6-9pm, concurrent with the gallery’s Grand Opening at its new expanded location, 808 Santa Fe Drive.

Pulling from varied source materials around him, Joe Clower’s richly conceived works abandon the conventionality of time and space and realize uncategorized realms through compositions of floating objects, eccentric environments and depersonalized modernist landscapes. His sharply lined paintings, often on panel, tin or paper, develop their own distinctly private language that jumps from the bizarrely outlandish to the strangely mundane, emphasizing idiosyncratic narratives. Spanning more than 40 years, the paintings in the exhibition trace the development of Clower’s dissonant story telling into a fully formed visual sensibility and aesthetic. One, however, that still expects the viewer to do the work.

Joe Clower (b. 1937) received his BFA in 1963 from the University of Georgia, Athens, GA and his MFA in 1967 from the University of Colorado, Boulder, CO. While at CU Boulder he became connected with many of Colorado’s new wave of artists as a member of Boulder’s Armory Group and later the Criss-Cross artist co-operative. Clower has exhibited his work nationally since 1964, including exhibitions in New York City, NY; Los Angeles, CA; San Diego, CA; Chicago, IL; Seattle, WA; and throughout Colorado. His museum exhibitions include the Denver Art Museum, MCA/Denver, Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, School of the Art Institute of Chicago, Kansas City Art Institute, Whitney Museum of American Art, Center on Contemporary Art Seattle, The Harwood Museum, Museum of Contemporary Art Los Angeles, Alaska State Museum, in addition to numerous University institutions around the country. His work is in the public collection of The Art Institute of Chicago, The Eli and Edythe Broad Collection, the National Gallery of Australia, and Warner Brothers Records along with many private collections.

RULE Gallery, founded in 1991, has locations in Denver, CO and Marfa, TX. RULE represents emerging and mid-career contemporary artists and artist estates, with a focus on fostering investigative art practices while developing artists’ long-term careers. Outside their robust in-house exhibition schedule, RULE coordinates programming in prominent institutions and non-traditional settings, expanding community engagement with the work. In addition, the gallery actively endeavors to bring greater recognition of the region’s historic art movements to a broader audience.

Rule Gallery
530 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204


Myah Mazcara: For Your Protection

Solo Show & Installation

Sally Centigrade Art Gallery

July 11 - 27, 2019

  • Opening Reception Thursday July 11th 5-9:30
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Show Includes a 5 Foot Tall Eyeball that Dispenses Art! Skulls! Crows! Pills! So Much More!! For Your Protection is Myah Bailey's first solo show since 2012, and a dramatic departure in style and content from her previous shows. The show includes a pink eyeball room installation, complete with a 5 foot tall eyeball that dispenses smaller eyeballs as well as number of painted crow sculptures and more than a dozen new paintings.

Myah reports that a 3 headed raven has been regularly visiting the gallery, and that it is an omen of bad luck for the entire Front Range.

Out of love for her neighbors, she has been painting tirelessly for months because it is well documented that the only way for the people of the region to protect themselves is by purchasing one of her eye pieces (which are the not only good luck, but can also offset any bad energy brought by the raven).

The artist will be on hand to bestow good wishes on all visitors at the opening reception, drinks will be served and as always the gallery will include a multitude of prints from some of the most popular artists in the lowbrow / pop surreal genre.

Sally Centigrade Art Gallery
445 S. Saulsbury St., Unit E
Lakewood, CO 80226



Space Annex

May 23 - July 13, 2019

  • Grand Opening: Thursday May 23rd from 5-10pm
  • Special Performance By Hannah Kahn Dance Company at 8pm
 Please join us for an epic celebration for the grand opening of our new gallery - Space Annex. We've transformed an old warehouse in the historic Baker Neighborhood into a beautiful setting to showcase our talented artists. This inaugural exhibit will serve as a marker of things to come. We invited all of our artists to create one special piece for the opening and we can't wait to share them with you.

Featuring New Work By: Marks Aardsma, Patricia Aaron, Monica Aiello, Tyler Aiello, Robin Ault, Steven Baris, Pattie Lee Becker, Heather Bentz, Ramon Bonilla, Paul Brokering, Frea Buckler, Judy Campbell, Taiko Chandler, Nancy Charak, Diane Cionni, Rimas Ciurlionis, Jodie Roth Cooper, Jeff Curry, Haze Diedrich, Madeleine Dodge Graeme Duncan, Paul Ecke, Miguel Edwards, Tony Ellis, Joshua Enck, Anthony Falcetta, Marcus Fitzgibbons, Karen Freedman, Amber George, Jane Guthridge, Michael Hedges Howard Hersh, Ruth Hiller, Scott Holdeman, Anna Elise, Jeff Juhlin, Nancy Koenigsberg, Wendy Kowynia, Karine Léger Virginia Maitland, David Marshall, Frank Martinez, Hyland Mather Joanne Mattera, Skyler Mcgee, Diane Mcgregor, Lewis Mcinnis, Ian Mclaughlin, Yianni Mellios, Jean Pierre Morin, Connor O’donnell, Sue Oehme, Regula Onstad, Corey Postiglione, Lisa Purdy, Mike Rand, Lynda Ray, Sangeeta Reddy, Rebecca Rutstein, Julia Sanders, Karen Scharer, Ben Schwab Stephen Shachtman, Bill Snider, Betsy Stewart, William Stoehr Krista Svalbonas, Sharon Swidler, Cuong Ta, Philip Tarlow, Debra Van Tuinen, Jeff Wenzel, Jeff Glode Wise, John Wood, Charles Wooldridge, Nick Young

Space Annex
95 S. Cherokee St
Denver, CO 80223


Remixed Environments

Featuring New Work By: Noelle Phares, Philip Tarlow, Graeme Duncan, Ben Schwab

Space Gallery

May 30 - July 13, 2019

  • Artist Reception: Thursday May 30th 5-9pm
Noelle Phares, The Alchemist, Acrylic, Gouache, Watercolor and Pencil on Linen, 30"x40"

Space Gallery
400 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204


SPARK'S 40th Anniversary Celebration and Art Exhibition

Spark Gallery

July 11 - 28, 2019

  • Panel Discussion: “Co-ops Past, Present and Future”: Thursday, July 25, 7-9 pm
  • Last Look: Sunday, July 28 from 1-4pm

Paul Gillis, When Kingship Ascends To Heaven, 2018, oil on canvas, 40” x 40”

SPARK is Denver’s original cooperative art gallery, established in 1979 as an alternative to traditional commercial galleries. Over the past 40 years, SPARK Gallery has fostered a spirit of artistic risk-taking and exploration.

To commemorate our 40th anniversary, two shows this summer will honor the original founding members and acknowledge the many artists who have been members over the years. Artists in our first show include:

Pat Aaron, Catherine Carilli, Kellie Cannon, Katie Caron, Judith Cohn, John Davenport, Martha Daniels, Charles DiJulio*, Marilyn Duke*, Virginia Folkestad, John Fudge*, Margaretta Gilboy, Paul Gillis*, Rob Gratiot, John Hadwen, Leanna Hund, Jerry Johnson*, Virginia Johnson, Richard Kallweit*, Andy Libertone*, Marcia Marfia*, Lisa Michot , Marilyn Nelson*, Margaret Neumann*, Patty Ortiz, Jennifer Parisi, Clark Richert*, Andy Rising, Suzy Roesler*, Jean Schiff, Barbara Shark, David Sharpe, Sally Stockhold, Megan Svendsen, Barbara Takenaga, Sarah Timberlake, George Woodman*

*Founding member, SPARK, 1979

Gallery Hours: Thursday 12-5 pm | Friday 12-9 pm | Saturday 12-5 pm | Sunday 1-4 pm
Located on the corner of 9th and Santa Fe Drive in the heart of Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe


For The Record: Immersive Art Experience

Spectra Art Space

July 20 - August 13, 2019

  • Opening Reception: Saturday July 20th at 7:00pm
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This art show features works of art, all made on or from Vinyl Records, CDs, Tapes and Show Posters! The opening reception will be Co-presented in conjunction with Underground Music Showcase - UMS with live music, installations, giveaways, and so much more! With Special all Vinyl DJ Sets by Furbie Cakes and there's an ape for that.

Spectra Art Space
1836 South Broadway

Courtney Cotton & Justin Kedl

Squarespace Gallery inside Cooper and Dash (1441 Wazee St in Denver)

June 19 - July 13, 2019

Courtney Cotton - Bing Bang - 2018 - 36 x 48in - acrylic on canvas

When local Denver artists Courtney Cotton & Justin Kedl met exhibiting at fooLPRoof Contemporary Art in RiNO, they found that their work had such a relationship. In the natural world, symbiosis is a mutually beneficial relationship between two organisms, the actions of each somehow benefitting the other. When local Denver artists Courtney Cotton & Justin Kedl met exhibiting at fooLPRoof Contemporary Art in RiNO, they found that their work had such a relationship. Both of their bodies of work reflect whimsy and curiosity: Courtney’s paintings seek new perspectives, different and positive ways of viewing things, while Justin’s sculptures give life and form to strangeness and difference, embodying the bizarre and the inexplicable. Together, their work creates a brightly-colored ecosystem of spots, lines, and tentacles, a space that asks people to walk through life lightly and inquisitively.


With or Without Hue by Lisa Calzavara

SYNC Gallery

July 18 - August 10, 2019

  • Third Friday artists' reception: July 19 from 6-9pm
  • First Friday Art Walk: August 2 from 6-9pm
“Vibrations”; Acrylic on canvas, 30" x 36”;
In her new series, Lisa Calzavara explores the idea of telling stories by transforming thoughts and emotions into abstract pictograms that form an unconscious language. The images are an effort to communicate the feelings and emotions that are difficult to put into words. Individual pieces can be combined with others to create greater meaning and express unconscious ideas. We can choose to accept these thoughts or simply change the perspective (orientation) of the piece to alter the meaning or sequence. This allows us to activate our imaginations and create our own unique abstract stories that express our passions, thoughts and dreams.

SYNC Gallery exhibits a variety of contemporary abstract and conceptual works by a collective of emerging and established artists. Each month select members display exciting work with a wide freedom of expression. Located in the Art District on Santa Fe in Denver – known for its vibrant arts scene – SYNC Gallery has become a destination for art lovers. Gallery hours: Thursday 1-4, First & Third Friday 6-9, other Fridays 1-4, Saturday 12-4 or by appointment.​

Sync Gallery
931 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
Thu: 1-4pm
First & Third Fridays: 6- 9pm
Sat 12-4pm


Unspoken by Chad Henry and Lydia Riegle

Sync Gallery

June 20 - July 13, 2019

  • First Friday Art Walk: July 5 from 6-9pm
  • Closing Reception: Saturday July 13 from 12-4pm
Lydia Riegle: Life Behind the Dream, Oil on Canvas, 40" x 40"

The work in Unspoken is driven by spontaneity, impulse and inspiration, born of years' - long dedication to making art. Print-making and painting require technical skill and training, planning and preparation; the energy of creation comes from a deep level beyond the conscious mind, before words and language. With Unspoken, visual images are a product of both the open moment and the life where creation and preparation hemispheres meet.

Sync Gallery
931 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, CO 80204
Thu: 1-4pm
First & Third Fridays: 6- 9pm
Sat 12-4pm


Read more: Sync: Unspoken by Chad Henry and Lydia Riegle

Judith Content: Evanescence

Tansey Contemporary

July 6 - August 24, 2019

  • Opening reception with live artist demo: July 6, 2019, 2-4 pm
Serpentine Series II, Judith Content, Shibori dyed, discharged, stitched silk, 6" x 6" x 2"

Tansey Contemporary proudly presents Evanescence, Judith Content Solo Exhibition, curated by and previously on view at the San José Museum of Quilts & Textiles, on view in Denver July 6 through August 24, 2019. Evanescence features a selection of textile works and a ceramic installation by Palo Alto, California artist Judith Content. Known for her use of discharge dyeing and shibori dyeing technique, Content’s work references the natural landscape with painterly movement to explore place and memory.

Inspired by various elements of Japanese culture—haiku poetry, wagashi confections, and kimonos—Content creates her textile works using complex arashi and itajime shibori dyeing techniques on silk, her preferred material. A master of shibori techniques, Content has spent four decades mastering its variations. Content’s compositions also evoke a Japanese aesthetic.

She looks to the natural world in its myriad forms: inlets, coastal marshes, fog, majestic mountainscapes, desert canyons, an expanse of sky. Content’s abstract interpretations provide space for the viewer to form their own relationship with each artwork. While her background in watercolor surfaces in her bold, painterly use of color and line. She aspires to create subtle visual tension by intersecting dynamic and harmonious elements in each work.

Content’s art has been exhibited nationally and internationally; numerous institutions hold her work in their permanent collections including the de Young Museum, Fine Arts Museum of San Francisco, Museum of Arts and Design, San Jose Museum of Quilts and Textiles, International Shibori Collection, and the State of New Mexico’s public art collection. She has served as juror for Quilt National and Quilt Visions and as president of Studio Art Quilt Associates where she established the exhibition program.

Tansey Contemporary
1743 Wazee Street, Suite 150
Denver, CO 80202
Tuesday - Saturday: 11am - 6pm

The Stonewall Inn, a Light and Sculpture Installation

The STOREROOM (1700 Vine St. Denver)

June 12 - 30, 2019

  • Opening night is Wednesday, June 12, 2019, 8:30-10pm; Join us afterwards for a FREE drag show at Vine Street Pub & Brewery!
  • A new art installation celebrating queer pride through the month of June at The STOREROOM – a storefront window at 1700 Vine St. in Denver
The STOREROOM and Vine St. Pub celebrate The Stonewall Inn, a window display of the iconic NYC bar where the modern gay rights movement began, 50 year ago this June. Let’s remember, honor and celebrate all those who fought and are still fighting for love, justice and equality!

About The STOREROOM: The STOREROOM is an art installation and exhibition space in a former empty storefront adjacent to the Vine St. Pub and Brewery. This space is open for artists to create installation artworks in an empty storeroom that is viewable to the public along 17th St. For more information please contact Brendan Picker at This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it.. You can also find us on Instagram @storeroomdenver and on Facebook at The Storeroom.


Ochre Light: by Aria Fawn and Hemlock

Valkarie Gallery & Studio

June 26 - July 21, 2019

  • Opening Reception: Saturday, June 29, 5 - 8:30pm
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Between life, death and past existence. Woven into nostalgia and wrought from memories, there shines a lantern that gleams like golden earth.

The colour ochre has long held special meaning in the work of artists Hemlock, an alchemist of traditional ink and digital art, inspired by Autumn, and the magick of nature, and Aria Fawn, a dirt witch with an infatuation for watercolour, graphite, and all things living and dead, as creators. This show is a fusion of their unique relationship with the golden colour, and the role it plays in their art and lives.

Valkarie Gallery
445 S Saulsbury St
Denver, CO 80226
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Visions West Contemporary

May 22 – July 6, 2019

  • Gallery reception: Friday, May 31 from 6-8pm
Tim Berg and Rebekah Myers, Turn a Blind Eye 3, 2017, glazed ceramic, maple, 72 x 72"

Visions West Contemporary is pleased to announce Birdwatcher a group exhibition featuring the work of Troy Abbott, Tim Berg & Rebekah Myers, Rachel Denny, Adonna Khare, Enrique De Molina, Malia Landis, Mariko Paterson, and Shelley Reed.

Birds serve as symbols of wisdom, power, spirituality, freedom, good fortune, and hope. Each of the artists in Birdwatcher draw inspiration from birds as been seen throughout art history. Working in a variety of media each artists approaches the bird in a unique way ranging from technology to ceramics.

Visions West Contemporary
2605 Walnut St.
Denver, CO 80205


Composed Hypothesis

Featuring: Chloe Hedden, Zelda Zinn Bryan Leister, Angie Piehl Lennon Michalski, Kellie Cannon

Walker Fine Art

May 31 - July 13, 2019

  • Opening Reception: Friday, May 31, 2019, 5-9pm
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Zelda Zinn - Plastic

Walker Fine Art
300 W. 11th Ave (11th and Cherokee)
Denver CO 80204
Tue-Sat: 11:00 am - 6:00 pm


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