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November openings:
Thursday, November 1

William Matthews Gallery
Opening reception, 5-8pm
William Matthews, Field Studies and Small Paintings

Mai Wyn Fine Art
Special Preview, 6-8pm
Kim Harrell, Back to the Garden, solo exhibition of sculpture and functional silver works. A celebration of our connectedness to Earth, this exhibition showcases Harrell’s signature minimalist style emphasizing texture, line and material.  Kim Harrell is a silversmith and jewelry artist based in Aurora.
Through December 1

Friday, November 2
1st Friday Openings at participating galleries

Plinth Gallery
Opening reception, 6-9pm
Jim Connell: New Ceramic Work. Connell credits his inspiration to both nature and history. His love of Chinese ceramics include pottery from the prehistoric Neolithic period, the Tan and Sung Dynasties.
Through December 22

Also exhibiting:
Jonathan Kaplan and Nan Kitchens, CrushWalls 2018, a project to design, fabricate and install the first architectural ceramic mural in RiNo. "Archway" is composed of 101 individually hand sculpted and glazed ceramic components totaling approximately 30 square feet, and covering the exterior gateway to the gallery courtyard. The resulting polychromed mural is an interpretation of the RiNo Neighborhood and the artists' particular style. Please join us to view this installation

Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Autumn Has Arrived
, with gallery artists.
Through Dec 7


Saturday, November 3
Abend Gallery

Opening reception, 6-9pm
28th Annual Holidays Miniature Show
with numerous participating Artists.
View the exhibit

Through November 24

Mai Wyn Fine Art
Opening reception, 5-10pm
Kim Harrell, Back to the Garden, solo exhibition of sculpture and functional silver works. A celebration of our connectedness to Earth, this exhibition showcases Harrell’s signature minimalist style emphasizing texture, line and material.  Kim Harrell is a silversmith and jewelry artist based in Aurora.
Through December 1

K Contemporary
Opening Reception, 6-9 pm
Nina Tichava, Same as it Ever Was. The title of this exhibition is not to be mistaken for the experience. At her premier solo with K Contemporary, Nina Tichava will be exploring more than 50 new ways to see the world. “Same As It Ever Was” will showcase this acclaimed Santa Fe mixed media artist at her groundbreaking best

In the Project Space: Karen Roehl, Cobbled Landscapes. In describing this most recent show, Roehl shares, “the shapes, lines and color you find in my work can all be parts to a representational piece, they are just not arranged in a way where we recognize the subject matter. These landscapes are deconstructed and the parts tossed randomly onto a surface…a little chaotic, but parts of a whole that have a relationship with each other. Or parts of a past whole that are awkwardly pieced together... “cobbled”.
Through November 24


Friday, November 9
Walker Fine Art

Opening reception, 5-9 pm

Natural Occurrences
, featuring: Bonny Lhotka, Farida Hughes, Lauren Karnitz, Chloe Hedden, Heather Patterson and Caprice Pierucci. Connecting our human experience and the external world, this group of artists share their interpretations of nature’s imprint on the human experience. Patterns of movement, flashes of memory and the language of light influence each creators’ definition of reality through carefully composed color, line, transparency and shadow. Expressing the impression of a moment, these artists manifest themselves into narratives of life’s journeys and experiences.
Through January 5

Goodwin Fine Art
Opening Reception  6 - 9 pm
Coalesce, In Celebration of Friends of the Gallery and Gallery Artists: Alpert + Kahn, Buff Elting, Mia Mulvey, Andrew Beckham, Danae Falliers, Jennifer Nehrbass, Andy Berg, Sharon Feder, Margaret Pettee Olsen, Brenda, Biondo Carol Golemboski, Martha Russo, Kate Breakey, Patti Hallock, Kimberlee Sullivan, Beau Carey, David Hicks, Debra Van Tuinen, Matt Christie, Jill Hadley, Hooper Mark Villarreal Linda Connor Shawn Huckins Marcia Weese Rebecca Cuming Tshai Johnson Ashley Eliza Williams, Lanny DeVuono, and Patrick Marold.
Through December 22


Saturday, November 10

Rule Gallery
Opening at RedLine Denver
What Lies Between, Margaret Neumann Retrospective curated by Simon Zalkind

Wednesday, November 14
Abend Gallery

Opening reception,6-9pm
After Dark, a new body of large works by Lindsey Kustusch debuting at the SugarCube Building at 1555 Blake St  map


William Havu Gallery
Opening Reception : , 6-9 Pm
Jeff Aeling, Sangre De Cristos. The paintings of Jeff Aeling tell the experience of being on the land, the power of nature and the beauty of light. They reveal to us a deep connection to the vastness of the landscape of our country. Informed by the history of art and science, Aeling looks at the mutual embrace of land and sky as a twenty-first century observer. He shows us the specific qualities of a particular day and season, the temperature cool and the atmosphere clear or warm and humid, winds blustery or still, as he searches for the essence of what is universal.

And on the mezzanine: Debra Salopek, a painter, living and working near Abiquiu, NM and focusing on horizons and light.
Through January 5


Thursday, November 15
Robischon Gallery
Opening Reception, 6-8pm
Three Concurrent Solo Exhibitions in Abstraction by American painters Deborah Dancy (CT), Gary Komarin (NY) and Tom Lieber (CA). The artists featured distinctively pursue a range of vocabularies in abstract painting from the provisional to third-generation Abstract Expressionism while contributing to the ever-evolving contemporary dialogue.
Through January 5

Space Gallery
Opening Reception, 6-9pm
Wonderland  Exhibition, featuring new work by Karine Léger, Karen Scharer, and Jeff Glode Wise. Using various materials, shapes and colors, these artists create a wonderland of visual bliss and dreamlike contemplation.

Through January 5

David Cook Fine Art
Opening Reception, 5 to 8 pm
Premier Native American Jewelry Trunk Show. We are pleased to announce our annual holiday pop-up featuring premier 19th and 20th century Navajo, Pueblo, and Hopi jewelry, textiles, and pottery.
Through January 5th (or until sold out)
Friday, November 16

3rd Friday Openings at participating galleries

Rule Gallery
Double Take, paintings by John Fudge

Tues
day, November 27
Tansey Contemporary
Avital Sheffer, a solo exhibition of the Israeli-Australian ceramic artist with fifteen works in her signature style. Sheffer’s voluminous earthenware clay vessels reflect her lifelong engagement with Middle Eastern cultures, history, and designs as well as her Jewish heritage. Her works, with their unique aesthetic at once contemporary and historical, explore materiality, spirituality, origins, language, and memory. The titles of her work reference ancient Greek words, locations in the West Bank, and constellations to name a few.
Through January 5

Friday, November 30

Visions West Contemporary
Opening Reception, 6-8 pm
Fire and Water, a collaborative show between artists Ralph Wiegmann and Suzanne Truman. The patterns, sensations and rhythms of nature have been an early influence on the art of both Wiegmann and Truman. The two artists have both experienced a profound sense of awe and appreciation throughout their lives in various natural settings. The patterns of the vast natural landscape and geological striations compelled the two artists to explore their own relationships with the land through abstraction.
Through January 5
 

 



 


William Matthews Gallery
William Matthews, watercolor


Mai Wyn Fine Art
Kim Harrell
Silver
Through December 1



Plinth Gallery
Jonathan Kaplan & Nan Kitchens
CrushWalls 2018

Glazed ceramics
Through December 22


Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Stacey Peterson
Reaching
Oil, 24 x 12
Through Dec 7



Abend Gallery
Shana Levenson
Detail
 A Moment in Time
Oil, 10 x 8
Through November 24


Mai Wyn Fine Art
Kim Harrell
Silver
Through December 1


K Contemporary
Nina Tichava
Float Feather Primary Combined
40 x 60 inches
Through November 24


Walker Fine Art
Chloe Hedden
Cherdi Kala 3
36 x 48 inches
Through January 5


Goodwin Fine Art
Ashley Eliza William
 Study No. 26
oil on paper, 12 x 12 in
Through December 22


Rule Gallery
Margaret Neumann
Pink Swimmer, 2003
acrylic on canvas
 54 x 54 inches



Abend Gallery
Lindsey Kustusch
Afterglow, 2018
Oil on panel 36 x 36 in



William Havu Gallery
Jeff Aeling
Sunset West Of Cotopaxi, CO
Oil On Panel, 48" X 72"
Through January 5


Robischon Gallery
Gary Komarin
The National Sizing Survey
latex acrylic and mixed media on canvas 76 x 62 in.


Space Gallery
Karen Scharer
Threshold
 Acrylic on canvas, 48 x 60

Through January 5



David Cook Fine Art
Premier Native American Jewelry Trunk Show.
Through January 5th (or until sold out)



Tansey Contemporary
Avital Sheffer
Lithos IX
Hand built, glazed and stenciled earthenware 20.5" x 8.5" x 5.5"
Through January 5



Visions West Contemporary
Suzanne Truman & Ralph Wiegmann
Thermal Image #2, 2018
Encaustic, resin, on wood
 6 x 6 x 4 inches
Through January 5
 

 

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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