The Pirate Alumni Show

Scottie Burgess: Boundary Lines

Pirate: Contemporary Art

June 22 – July 8, 2018

  • Opening Reception: Friday, June 22, 6-10pm
  • Pirate’s guest artist in the Treasure Chest gallery is Travis Hetman, a Denver based artist who creates drawings that touch on themes of space, time, and an endless frolic between meaning and meaninglessness
Alumni Show and Boundary Lines with text below lr[1]
scottiScottie Burgess - photo by Ken Hamel/DenverArts.org

TravisHetmanTravis Hetman - photo by Ken Hamel/DenverArts.org

In the main space Pirate Contemporary Art is having a retrospective featuring the work of former members called “The Pirate Alumni Show”. This show features work by some of the best artists to have walked the decks at Pirate. After leaving Pirate many of the artists represented in this show have attained commercial gallery representation, had museum exhibitions, and went on to have national, and international success. Featuring work by Margaret Neumann, Bill Stockman, Martha Daniels, Wes Magyer, Matthew Doubek, Michael Brohman, Viviane LeCourtois, Terry Campbell , Claudia Roulier, Marie Gibbons, Janelle Anderson, Peter Illig, Monique Crine, Christine Buchsbaum, Collin Parson, Sigri Strand, Nick Silici, and Dale Chisman.

In the associate space is “Boundary Lines” by Scottie Burgess. His work explores the existential human condition as it relates to the linear quality of the aesthetic experience. Through sustainable constructs, meditative wrappings, and textural sculptures, Burgess emphasizes the delineating qualities of the line, which defines the edges between the seen and obscured amidst our ever forward moving trajectory.

Pirate: Contemporary Art
7130 W 16th Ave
Lakewood, CO 80214
303.458.6058
http://www.pirateartonline.org

 

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