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August Openings:

Friday, August 2
William Havu Gallery
Opening Reception, 6 - 9 pm
Unseen Nature
with artists Katie Caron, Naomi Scheck and Regan Rosburg. On The Mezzanine: Laura Truitt, New Works
Through September 14

Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Signs of Summer
with gallery artists

GALLERY M
Calypso by Anne de Villemejane
Through August 31​

Saturday, August 10
K Contemporary
Opening reception, 6-8 pm
Karen Roehl, Solo Exhibition. In this most recent body of work, Roehl is focusing on exploring and sharing her own evolution as an artist over the past twelve years, during which she dedicated herself to creating on a full time basis. Through her work, she asks herself the question, “What's changed and what hasn’t?” Roehl philosophically explores how the act of painting, the physical paintings themselves, and the collective bodies of work produced as a result, are all created as part of a carefully unfolding process.
Through August, 31

Abend Gallery

Opening reception, 6-8pm
Animalia, a beautiful glimpse into the wonders of the animal kingdom. The artists present stunningly rendered portraits, captivating settings, and impeccable technique, allowing us a close look at the wonders of the natural and imagined fauna. Participating artists: Dina Brodsky, Phoenix Chan, Morgan Cameron, Jon Ching, Marina Dieul, Stuart Dunkel, Thorgrimur Einarsson, Jennifer Gennari, Dana Hawk, Cody Jimenez, Criminy Johnson, Lindsey Kustusch, Shelli Langdale, Claudia Martucci, Gina Matarazzo, Patrick Maxcy, Ryan Morse, Josie Morway, Alexandrea Pangburn, Rob Rey, Jess Wathen, Michele Kortbawi Wilk, and Zane York.
Through August 31

Friday, August 16

David B. Smith Gallery

Opening reception, 6-8pm
Linda Lopez, Stranger in the main gallery and Gay Renaissance by Denver's Secret Love Collective in the project room. Focused primarily in sculptural ceramics, Lopez’s curious and colorful forms have received national and international acclaim. In "Stranger," Lopez’s first exhibition with gallery, she considers the concepts of object and other. Presented in vibrant gradients of color, ceramic sculptures rear their bulbous heads as hundreds of porcelain fingers endlessly pour over one another as they feel their way around fragments of chunky debris. Bounding with vibrantly colored handmade pom poms,  carefully stitched banners, and mound upon mound of soft sculpture, Gay Renaissance brings a sense of maximalist celebration to the gallery’s project room. Impervious to, or perhaps in spite of increasing societal and political divisiveness, Secret Love Collective unapologetically infuses radical love into every plush, patterned nook and cranny.
Through September 14

Rule Gallery
Opening reception, 6-9pm
Summer Camp, a group exhibition featuring Sarah Bowling, Jillian FitzMaurice, Caleb Hahne, Adam Milner, George P. Perez and Ben Siekierski. Summer Camp is a deep dive into that titular rite-of-passage so ingrained in the collective American psyche. Whether a mediated or direct experience, ‘camp’ evokes the gamut of coming-of-age emotional and experiential states. Each artist has a unique relationship with presence and absence of camps in their childhood and their effects on social behaviors.
Through September 14
 

 



 


William Havu Gallery
Katie Caron & Martha Russo
Oxytocin (polymer)
porcelain, metal, Fiberglass, compact fluorescent lights, electronics, 51 x 39 x 36 inches
Through September 14


Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Marin Dobson
Deep Summer
oil, 40 x 30



GALLERY M
Calypso by Anne de Villemejane
Through August 31


K Contemporary
Karen Roehl
Untitled 197954
36x48” unframed, acrylic, ink, graphite

Through August, 31


Abend Gallery
Animalia, a beautiful glimpse into the wonders of the animal kingdom.
Through August 31


David B. Smith Gallery
Linda Lopez
 Blue/Green Triple Dust Furry with Red Cutouts 2019
porcelain 8.5 x 9.5 x 3.25 in
 Through September 14


Rule Gallery
Sarah Bowling
Softer Than You, 2019
vinyl, air, cinderblock, beach balls, thread, 42 x 30 x 26 inches
Through September 14
 

 

Member Galleries:


Abend Gallery
David B. Smith Gallery
David Cook Fine Art
Gallery 1261
GALLERY M
K Contemporary

Mai Wyn Fine Art
Michael Warren Contemporary
Plinth Gallery
Plus Gallery
Robischon Gallery
Rule Gallery
Saks Galleries
Sandra Phillips Gallery
Space Gallery
Tansey Contemporary
Visions West Contemporary
Walker Fine Art
William Havu Gallery
William Matthews
 



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