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June Openings:

Saturday, June 1
Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Opening reception, 11-3pm
Signs of Summer with gallery artists

Saturday, June 8
Gallery 1261  LLC
Opening reception, 6-9 pm
David Grossman’s Solo Exhibition: Inward. “These paintings are my introspections, my inward journey to understand something about the motivations that drive me as an artist. I wanted to go deeper into my subject matter, my materials, and my inspirations behind each painting. This led me to focus some of these pieces around specific subjects that have become important and symbolic to me. It gave me the means to experiment with technique in new ways, pushing the boundaries of how I use the pigments, mediums and surfaces that comprise my work. This process of introspection also led me into explorations of mood through texture and color, walking where the blurry lines of reality finally dissolve into abstraction.”
Through July 6

Abend Gallery
Opening reception, 6-8pm
The 5x5 Project. The 5x5 Project started as a celebration of the Mini Show's 25th Anniversary, wherein we invited our gallery artists to each paint works on unframed cradleboard panels. Because of its great success and popularity, the 5x5 Project has become an ongoing, year-round fixture of the gallery. These works are available now and can be purchased directly from our website. Don't miss the latest installment of this long-running program. View the exhibit online

Through July 6

K Contemporary
Opening reception, 6-9 pm
Jonathan Saiz Solo Exhibition: Colorado Coastal. Land-locked Colorado is not an island... yet. Denver born artist Jonathan Saiz explores a vast and beautiful landscape where all of Colorado’s landmarks have been lost to the rising tides of a post climate-change world. The seascape has been a beloved subject matter for painters for centuries; Saiz continues this tradition with hundreds of large and small scale oil paintings with a different, more ominous intent. “The writing is on the wall” he says.
Through July 6

Friday June 14
William Havu Gallery

Opening reception, 6-9pm
Women in Abstraction with artists Monroe Hodder, Amy Meter, Lolo Montejo, Margaret Petitee Olsen, Laura Wait, and Sheryl Zacharia.
Through July 27

Friday, June 28
David B. Smith Gallery
Opening Reception, 6 - 8 pm
Lion in the Kitchen, a solo exhibition by Portland, Maine-based artist Leon Benn> Also exhibiting: Su Su Extrusion Paintings. In his second solo exhibition with the gallery, Benn reflects on the textures and potential narratives of domestic space. After spending a season indoors with mind adrift on the frozen winds of the East Coast winter, Benn found refuge in the pages of the Sunday comics. In what he calls a form of “poetic freestyle,” commonplace conditions of modern living such as artificial light, parking lots, and plastic-wrapped groceries set the stage for imagination.

This is Su Su  introductory exhibition with the gallery, Pittsburgh-based artist Su Su continues her dialog with visual culture through the lens of her Chinese-American heritage. Borrowing pop culture imagery culled from global corporations such as Disney and Del Monte or iconic Western art imagery via Vincent Van Gogh, Su Su fluidly deconstructs and blends loaded aesthetics, altering corresponding cultural meaning.
Through July 27


July Openings:

Saturday July 6
Tansey Contemporary
Opening reception, artist talk and demonstration, 2-4pm
Evanescence, Judith Content Solo Exhibition, curated by and previously on view at the San José Museum of Quilts & Textiles. 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
View the exhibit online
Through August 24


Saturday, July 13
Gallery 1261  LLC
Opening reception, 6-9 pm
Small Works is the 15th Annual group exhibition featuring works spanning multiple genres, small in scale but big in ideas and execution. This show exemplifies the diverse nature of the group of artists at 1261 with some wonderful guest artists as well. Exhibiting artists: Gregory Block, David Cheifetz, Teresa Elliott, Muccillo Renato, Zoey Frank, Mia Bergeron, Valerio D’Ospina, Derek Penix, Susan Lyon, Kramer Patrick, McGurl Joseph, Soukup Jill, Bhosle Suchitra, Gordon Brown, Robin Cole, Diane Massey Dunbar, Hollis Dunlap, Greg Gandy, David Grossman, Anthony Waichulis, Vincent Xeus, and Elizabeth Zanzinger.
Through August 3

 

 



 


Gallery 1261  LLC
David Grossman
Bright Autumn Patterns
oil on linen
Through July 6


K Contemporary
Jonathan Saiz
Civic Center Park
Through July 6


Gallery 1261  LLC
Dianne Dunbar
Cupcake
oil on arches paper
Through August 3


David B. Smith Gallery
Leon Benn
Lion in the Kitchen 2019
Oil pastel, and fabric dyes on Moroccan linen 64 x 54 inches
Through July 27


David B. Smith Gallery
Su Su
Peachboy 2019
oil pigments on synthetic fabric,
32 x 28 in

Through July 27


 

 

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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