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September Openings:
Friday, September 6
Visions West Contemporary

Opening Reception, 6-8pm
Johnny DeFeo: Even When You’re Not Sure, Something Out There Knows Right Where You Are. The moments DeFeo chooses to portray are sacred and primordial, as if they are the cultural documents of forest dwellers. These scenes don’t involve humankind, and have been taking place long before we existed or were paying attention. Carly Glovinski Carry In / Carry Out. Carly Glovinski’s solo exhibition at Visions West Contemporary (Denver), Carry in / Carry out, reference objects found in domestic space, and other bear references to outdoor leisure activities. Rag rugs, nature books, beach chairs and puzzles are some of the common objects that serve as a jumping off point for the work.
Through October 12

Space Annex
Artist Reception, 6-9pm
Fall Salon featuring Work by: Karine Leger, Patricia Aaron, Nick Young Alyson Kahn, Graeme Duncan, Ben Schwab Michael Hedges, Frea Buckler, Karen Schare, Carlene Frances, Jeff Wenzel, Rebecca Rutstein, Hyland Mather, Anthony Falcetta, and Debra Van Tuinen.
Through November 2

Walker Fine Art

Opening Reception, 5-9pm
Upcoming Exhibition; Organic Subtleties with artists Chris Richter, Atticus Adams, Brian Comber, Doug Hauessner, Karin Schminke and Cara Enteles.
Through November 2

Saturday, September 7
K Contemporary
Opening Reception: , 6-9 pm
Solo Exhibition: Melissa Furness: Oddments. In her newest body of work, Melissa Furness depicts compilations of objects commonly used within the history of painting as a critique of the traditional Western canon of art

 
In the Project Space: Ashley Eliza Williams: Communication Attempts. Williams’ paintings shift between representation and abstraction, zooming in and out of extreme focus. She is interested in what she calls “enclosed environments” or “shy ecosystems” — landscapes that exist within a contained area, often on or within a single object like a rock or cloud. These landscapes are painted with extreme detail and isolated in space. The scale is often ambiguous.
Through September 28

Gallery 1261  LLC
Opening Reception, 6-8 pm
Ron Hicks’ latest solo exhibition Esoteric Meanderings is a continuation to Hicks’ previous show, “Faces of Eve”. The artist’s goal for this most recent body of work was to strike an emotional response in the spectator, as well as to serve as a conduit to open dialogue. Ron Hick's works have been characterized as a blend of representational art and impressionism. Some critics have compared them to paintings by Rembrandt and Daumier. The 40-year old artist translates his own moody visions with a muted palette and rarely uses pure color. He particularly favors the variety he finds in gray. "Gray allows me to capture atmosphere, mood, and layers of emotion," he says. "Gray sets the tone for the rest of the painting."
Through September 28

Thursday, September 19
Robischon Gallery

Opening Reception for the Artists, 6-8pm
Three Concurrent Solo Exhibitions: Christian Rex Van Minnen Paintings, Sculptures and Monotypes; Kiki Smith, Tapestries and Prints; Fred Stonehouse Paintings, Drawings and Prints; Two Person Exhibition: Terry Maker and Walter Robinson, Sculpture.  Through their varied contemporary investigations of the otherwise traditional modes of still life, figuration and narrative-based vocabularies, each of the five artists on view address the complexity of the modern world from a surprising stance. With dark wit and astonishing imagery, vanMinnen, Smith, Stonehouse, Maker and Robinson create their disruptive and disarming subjects primarily utilizing familiar materials of making: oil painting on canvas, linen or panel; drawing and prints including monotype, lithograph, etching, aquatint and dry-point; Jacquard tapestries and through a range of sculptural means from carved wood to found elements.
Through November 9

September 20
William Havu Gallery
Sam Scott : the Wounded Healers Series, Hank Saxe: Megaliths & Monoliths and on the Mezzanine: Werner Drewes. This fall, the William Havu Gallery presents The Wounded Healers series is a series of large-scale paintings of mythological, anthropomorphic beings by venerable Santa Fe, NM artist Sam Scott. Showing concurrently will be Megaliths & Monoliths, ceramic sculptures by Taos, NM artist Hank Saxe.
Through November 9
Saturday, September 28

RULE Gallery
Opening reception, 6-9pm
Home,is a Place Called Home, an exhibition of new works by Renluka Maharaj. An intimate unearthing of the diaspora of East Indian family life reflecting on the struggle to maintain cultural identity outside of one’s ancestral homelands. In this new body of work, Maharaj—of Indian ancestry but born and raised in post-colonial, multicultural Trinidad and Tobago—employs rigorous hand-embellishment techniques over vintage ancestral photographs to breathe life into the personalities of her distant relatives and brilliantly revive the color and vitality of Indian culture in the Caribbean.
Through November 2

Friday, September 27
David B. Smith Gallery
Opening reception, 6-8pm.
Shantell Martin, Underlined in the main gallery and Adam Milner, If digging something up makes it true, what does burying do?, in the project room. If digging something up makes it true, what does burying do? features a series of ceramic wall sculptures which incorporate personal mementos and artifacts. Drawing upon display systems of the home, museum, and store, Milner carefully brings items into dialogue with each other and gives attention to their support structures. Adam Milner draws upon personal exchanges with people, things and institutions, to examine systems of intimacy, value and power. Approaching materials and spaces that are often off limits, his works reveal boundaries and involve a process of negotiation and exchange; he has performed aboard a cruise ship hosted by the app Grindr, collaborated with material engineers at NASA to use rare lunar regolith simulant, intervened in the archives of Andy Warhol, and routinely drawn his boyfriend’s blood.
Through November 2


Saturday, September 28
Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Opening reception, 11:00 am - 3:00 pm
Fall Colors Exhibition with gallery artists:William Acheff, Edward Aldrich, Anna Rose Bain, Deborah Bays, William Berra, Stephanie Birdsall, Gordon Brown, Sophy Brown, Margaretta Caesar, G Russell Case, Jeanya Charles, Raj Chaudhuri, Jane Christie, Doug Dawson, Marina Dieu,  Marin Dobson, C. Michael Dudas,  Barry Eisenach, Ken Elliott, Kim English, Daniel Glanz, Michael Godfre, Walt Gonske, Quang Ho, Olga and Aleksey Ivanov, Jane Jone,  Jacqueline Kami,  TD Kelsey, Andrea T Kem,  Kirsten Kokkin, Joseph Loruss,  Peggy McGiver,  Jay Moore, Sara Noe,  David Parker, Stacey Peterson, Mary Qian, Cheryl St. John, Wayne Salge, Pati Stajcar, Clive Tyler and Dinah Worman.
Through October 29
 

 



 


Visions West Contemporary
Aaron Zulpo
The Glorious First Day of Skiing, 2019
oil on canvas, 71 x 55 inches
Through November 20


Space Annex
Rebecca Rutstein
Brighten The Corner
Acrylic on Canvas, 36"x36"
Through November 2



Walker Fine Art
Doug Haeussner
Relentless
36x48 pigment print on panel
Chris Richter
48 x 30
Through November 2



K Contemporary
Ashley E Williams
Nucleus Communication Attempt 3
Through September 28


Gallery 1261  LLC
Ron Hicks
Fleur
Oil on panel 56.50 x 37.50 in

Through September 28


Robischon Gallery
Kiki Smith

Congregation
Ed. 10 Jacquard tapestry,
116 x 76 in.
Through November 9


William Havu Gallery
Escape from Winter / Southward Migration, 1982
Oil on canvas 36" x 46"

Through November 9


RULE Gallery
Renluka Maharaj
The Ties That Bind, 2019
acrylic paint, beads, gemstone embellishments, and adhesive on pigmented ink print, 30 x 40 inches
Through November 2


David B. Smith Gallery
Adam Milner
2019 glazed stoneware and 3D printed steel
11 x 8.5 x 1 in
Through November 2


Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Anna Rose Bain
Alix and Stella
 Oil on Linen, 22" x 48"
Through October 29


 


 

 

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Rule Gallery
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Space Gallery
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William Havu Gallery
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