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January openings:

Thursday January 10
Space Gallery
Artist reception, 5-8pm
Morphogenesis, featuring new works by Julia Sanders and William Stoehr.
Through February 16

Friday, January 11
Walker Fine Art 
Artist's reception, 5-9 pm
Horizons, featuring: Laura Guese, Patricia Finley, Melanie Grein, Derrick Breidenthal, George Kozmon, and Barbara Sorensen. Atmospheric painting and earthly sculpture come together to create a dreamlike tranquility in the relationship of space and line. In this group exhibition, Walker Fine Art explores contemporary landscapes as expressed through various styles and mediums. Manipulating and layering to achieve abstraction tempered with realism, these artists capture the essence of nature through the broad use of horizon lines.
Through: Saturday, March 2


Visions West Contemporary

Opening reception,  6-8 pm
A group exhibition, What Lies Ahead, with works by John Defeo, June Glasson, Future Retrieval, Carly Glovinski, Mathew Mullins, Jennifer Nehrbass, Zemer Peled, and Julie Buffalohead. The title of this exhibition is descriptive not only of the work being shown, but also the future of Visions West Contemporary. This show highlights the new relationships being formed with the featured artists and the idea of looking forward to what lies ahead.
Through February 23

William Havu Gallery
Opening Reception, 6 -9 pm
Woven, a solo exhibition by bronze sculptor, Yoshitomo Saito. Presented on the mezzanine will be a new body of smoke drawings by Dennis Lee Mitchell.
Through March 2

Saturday, January 12
Gallery 1261

Opening reception, 6-8pm
Escape, an exhibition by a group of remarkable painters who each have masterfully captured the magic of our natural environments. The names of these national and international favorites are already known and familiar to the Denver art community and the caliber of their skill is indisputably revered. Aside from their long honed mastery of painting, what these artists bring the public in this exhibit is that they each create a “scape” of a kind—be it landscape, seascape or cityscape.
Through January 26

Abend Gallery

Opening reception, 6-8pm
Elsa Sroka, Ablaze. In this solo comprised of eighteen canvases, Sroka presents a variety of subjects—animals, botanicals and landscapes, all of which exude a forward-thinking, contemporary attitude. This body of work continues to play with vibrancy of color, as well as finding that elusive and delicate balance of additive and subtractive painting. Elsa resumes exploring the role facial expressions of her subjects and the emotional connection to them play in the process of creating the art so undoubtedly Sroka. What emerges from these explorations is a new level of complexity of elements: color, texture, composition, and detail, shifting focus from the sole subject, to the entirety of the painting, and thus, enveloping the viewer with a full sensory experience.
Through January 26

Thursday, January 17
Robischon Gallery
Artist's Receptiont, 6-8pm
Enrique Martinez Celaya, The Boy: Witness and Marker, 2003-2018. This is the first solo exhibition of this highly acclaimed Cuban-born artist and author. The extensive presentation features painting, photography and sculpture investigating Martínez Celaya’s re-emerging theme of a boy and the psychic or philosophical forces which surround. The new and earlier select works reflect a poetic exploration into the nature of vulnerability, power, confidence and fear, while allowing the physicality of each medium employed – oil and wax, bronze, watercolor, wood, tar and straw – to carry with it a sense of the ineffable.
Through March 9

Friday, January 18

3rd Friday Openings at participating galleries

Thursday, January 24
Tansey Contemporary
Artist's talk, 5:30 followed by light refreshments for the opening reception, 5-7 pm.
Litany of Failures, porcelain sculpture by California-based artist Cheryl Ann Thomas. She likens her art practice to traditional Japanese aesthetics, specifically Wabi-sabi, the acceptance of transience and imperfection and the concept of imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete beauty. Her most recent exhibition was a retrospective at the Santa Paula Art Museum in California.
Through February 28
Litany of Failures, porcelain sculpture by California-based artist Cheryl Ann Thomas. She likens her art practice to traditional Japanese aesthetics, specifically Wabi-sabi, the acceptance of transience and imperfection and the concept of imperfect, impermanent, and incomplete beauty. Her most recent exhibition was a retrospective at the Santa Paula Art Museum in California.
Through February 28
 

 



 


Space Gallery
Julia Sanders
Yonder, Thither VII
Oil on Board,
36 x 24 inches
Through February 16


Walker Fine Art 
George Kozmon
Vermillion
Through March 2


Visions West Contemporary
June Glasson
Child, 2018
Gouache, pencil, ink on paper
30 x 22 inches
Through February 23


William Havu Gallery
Yoshitomo Saito
Rolling Bamboo Loop
Bronze (unique), 34” x 33” x 6”
Through March 2


Gallery 1261
Gordon Brown
Storm Swell
Through January 26



Abend Gallery
Elsa Sroka
Flowers for Andrew
Oil, 50 x 60 inches
Through January 26



Robischon Gallery
The Prince 201
 Oil and wax on canvas 66 x 50 inches
Through March 9


Tansey Contemporary
Cheryl Ann Thomas
Water Vessel
Porcelain 23" x 18" x 14"
Through February 28

 

 

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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