Prism & Paradox

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

Druther

June 23 - September 9, 2017

  • Opening Reception Friday June 23rd 6-9pm
motionsickness
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.

Druther
2378 South Downing Street
Denver, CO 80210
Thursday - Sunday, 1-6pm and by appointment
http://www.drutherdenver.com 

For Prism & Paradox each visual artist works in a variety of mediums threaded by use of color, shape and compelling juxtaposition. Identity and culture often exist within paradox, existing as two opposing forces. This play between duality, identity and transparency creates the inspiration for exploring the collection in Prism & Paradox.

The featured artist's each have roots and influence in Denver's cultural landscape. Suchitra Mattai, currently in residence in France is a Redline alumni and holds a permanent studio in Denver. Hyland Mather is a traveling artist and with a permanent space in Amsterdam after relocating from Denver years ago. Leon Loucheur spent a considerable time in Denver where he established himself within a tight graffiti community and currently lives and works in San Francisco. Hollis + Lana, artist duo and founders of Druther, have long been established in Denver as a creative force. AJ Davis, visual artist and co-founder of Project Street Gold, is a Colorado native who currently lives and works in Broomfield and is deeply connected to the local and international graffiti culture.

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