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May openings:

Friday May 1

Walker Fine Art
Opening reception, 5-9 pm
Mark Makers, featuring: Ana Zanic, Mary Mackey, Ellen Moershel, Brigan Gresh, Brandon Reese, Julie Maren, and Patricia Finley. A single mark creates a dot. An extended mark becomes a line. A cluster of marks become a shape. A series of repetitive marks becomes a pattern. Marks can be descriptive, expressive, conceptual or symbolic. They may be bold and clearly state an intention, or they may be so subtle that the concept is only perceived by the viewer’s subconscious. In this group exhibition, see the artist’s hand as their own unique mark making is exhibited through varying mediums.
Through July 7

Thursday, May 3
Visions West Contemporary
Opening reception, 6-8pm
Two solo exhibitions featuring Robert McCauley and Bryan Christiansen.For his solo exhibition, Altered, Christiansen presents a selection of works that that reflects his ongoing investigation of the intersection between human’s relationship with their personal environments and nature. A perennial favorite, Robert McCauley presents a new body of work in the show titled: Post Truth. The artist's revered animal portraits straddle a fantastically brilliant line between whimsy and a darker foreshadowing, born from the fallout that is humanity's increasing influence on the climate. He creates not only a beautiful space, but also a vehicle for an inconvenient conversation.
Through June 2

Rule Gallery
Artist's reception, 6-9pm
Adorned, new work by Jason DeMarte. By composing fictional tableaus, the work speaks to our uneasy obsession with beauty and excess and our preoccupation with sugarcoating perfection. Drawing from the romanticism of the Hudson River School and deepening his palette, DeMarte’s latest body of work increases the sense of overt indulgence while darkening the deeper subtext. Caterpillars and moths raised by the artist are stand-ins for the viewer and intermingle with flora evincing the onset of decay to bring a clearer sense of mortality often missing in our consumer-centric world.
Through June 16

Friday May 4

Space Gallery
Artists reception, 5-8pm
Process: The Artist's Journey, A group exhibition that focuses on the artistic process and journey an artist goes through in the completion of their work, featuring new work by: Judy Campbell, David Marshall, Bill Snider, and Nick Young.
Through June 23

Plinth Gallery
Opening reception, 6-9pm
Bryan Hopkins: New Works in slip cast porcelain. Hopkin pours a liquid suspension of porcelain clay over a variety of textural elements such as steel plates and wood grain patterns to make very thin slabs. Assembling them into "provocative and cerebral" ceramic forms, he conscientiously leaves evidence of how he makes each piece.
Through May 26

Thursday, May 10
Michael Warren Contemporary
Opening reception
Concurrent exhibits by Jennifer Bain and John Garrett with additional works by New Mexico artists: Angela Bergson Ted Laredo Marietta Patricia Leis Brian Shields.
Through June 16

Thursday, May 17
Robischon Gallery
Artist's Reception, 6 – 8 pm
Concurrent Solo Exhibitions: Amy Ellingson: “Sweetbitter Beast,” Ted Larsen: “Act Naturally,” Marcelyn McNeil: “Lead Heavy Feather Light,” Kate Petley: “Repositioned,” and Katy Stone: “Transmissions” Contemporary abstraction by nationally recognized artists exhibiting a range of large to medium-scale paintings, small-scale sculptures and installation works which highlight the unconventional via the artists’ distinctive concepts and varied approach toward media. Idea-driven and rich in array, the abstract works on view feature unexpected surfaces, both vast and intimate. Utilizing oil and encaustic; poured, printed or spray-painted techniques on panel, canvas or archival plastic alongside sculptural works of aluminum or discarded pre-painted metals, each of the five artists presented reconsider and re-contextualize the vocabulary of surface and form with a renewed sense of materiality.
Through July 14
 

 


 



Walker Fine Art
Ana Zanic
Through July 7


Visions West Contemporary
Robert McCaule
Eaves Dropping, 2018
oil on canvas, 30 x 24 inches
Through June 2


Rule Gallery
Jason DeMarte
Fog of Tranquility, 2018
archival pigmented ink print
Through June 16


Space Gallery
Bill Snider
BX18/36-45/2
(detail image), Mixed Media on Wood, 45"x36"
Through June 23


Plinth Gallery
Bryan Hopkins
Slip cast porcelain
Through May 26


Michael Warren Contemporary
 John Garrett
Denver Delicious
Through June 16


Robischon Gallery
Marcelyn McNeil
Fit Together
oil and spray paint on raw canvas
50 x 48 in.
Through July 14

 

Member Galleries:


Abend Gallery
David B. Smith Gallery
David Cook Fine Art
Gallery 1261
Gallery M
Goodwin Fine Art
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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