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As with everyone, the art world is adjusting to our worldwide emergency. Most galleries, museum and art organizations are either temporary closing or switching to appointment only. Visit our galleries with the links provided to view available works.


         

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January Openings:

Saturday January 2

Abend Gallery
The gallery is having 52 solo shows throughout the end of the year.  View the entire show schedule here


Gallery 1261  LLC
Fresh Start, Scott Fraser's 1st solo exhibition. This current body of work has no unifying theme or direction, it simply reflects how concepts have evolved into paintings in the course of the pandemic. For me, painting is a form of processing. Gentle humor has helped me combat the dark times and objects have memories which make them easy to incorporate into meaningful narratives.

Through February 6

Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Current Works by Anna Rose Bain. The subjects of Anna Rose Bain's paintings are imbued with a masterful honesty and rare sensitivity. Her paintings of women and children seem to reveal intimate truths about their world.
Through January 31


Friday, January 8
Walker Fine Art
Exhibition closing, Artist to Artist talks: 5:30 - 6:30 pm
Begin Again, featuring: Laura Guese, Caprice, Pierucc,  Liz Quan, Kevin Hoth, Danny Williams and Tony Holmquist. The turn of a new decade brought with it an intersectional crossroads unable to be ignored. We are on the cusp of change; how can we do better? As society shifts, as does the art world. These 5 artists featured in BEGIN AGAIN are inspired by healing, hope and wonder, aesthetically working within the realm of ripples and repetition to convey their messages in an array of mediums. We aspire to invoke a sense of thoughtful reflection, so as to begin again with positive action.


Saturday, January 15

William Havu Gallery
Exhibiting artists Patrick Marold and Dennis Lee MItchell.  Patrick Marold, has been working to bind the physical environment with our perception for over two decades. Since earning a BFA from Rhode Island School of Design in 1997, his artistic development has maintained an intimate connection to landscape, extending the environmental traditions unique to post-minimalism. MItchell's Smoke Drawings resultedf by chance about three years ago by chance. "I applied smoke to a sheet of paper. Immediately, I thought the resulting image was powerful and filled with potential. Since that time I have dedicated my studio practice to working with smoke on paper. Smoke is one of the most ephemeral of all materials. Even when it resides on a sheet of paper, it seems to do so momentarily as if it is in a transformational act."
Through February 27


Walker Fine Art
Opening: 5-8 pm
In our first exhibition of 2021, Upon Closer Reflection, each artist focuses on light and energy through their floral and still life imagery. This traditional subject matter is viewed under a contemporary lens through oil painting, traditional and cyanotype photography, illustration, watercolor, and augmented reality. As we enter into a new year, we cast a light back in reflection of our lives for contemplation and insight. We also consider the bigger picture to which we all belong; this is where the artists step in to bring inspiration and beauty to our community. Exhibiting artists: Eileen Richardson, Bryan Leister, Angela Beloian, Chloe Hedden, Brian Comber, and Jane Fulton.
Through March 6

Saturday, January 16

K Contemporary
Immersion” Exhibition by Trey Egan. In this most recent body of work, Egan invites the viewer to experience the process of immersion. This process first occurs when the artist imagines and creates the work and again in a new way when the viewer encounters and engages with it. Relying on instinctive art making, the artist adjusts and ponders as he goes, focusing on the most immediate creative decisions. For the creator, it’s a process of letting go and committing himself to just make. For the observer, it’s about experiencing a connection to color, sound, shape and form in a new way.
Through
February 27

Friday, January 22
Rule Gallery
Public Reception with limited, timed entry,
5-8pm reserve here
New Ideal, curated by Sarah Martin, with artists: Paul Anagnostopoulos, MK Bailey, Damon Davis, Matthew Harris, Delphine Hennelly, Mildred Howard and James William Murray. In the Upstairs Viewing Room: Wilma Fiori, Color Fields, a two-Day exhibition Preview in Denver

Friday, January 29

Visions West Contemporary
Tracy Stuckey's solo exhibition, Extranjero: Recent Paintings from Mexico. The paintings and drawings in this exhibition contain snippets of memories and ideas of kitsch and cliché­­ - reflecting his experience. Extranjero translates to "foreigner" or "stranger". Although he did his best to speak the language, make friends with locals, enjoy all the foods, and see all that he could, Stuckey still felt like an outsider trying to understand the amazing experience.
Through March 6

 

 





Abend Gallery
Robin Cole
View the entire show schedule here



Gallery 1261  LLC
Scott Fraser
Through February 6


Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Anna Rose Bain
Peonies and Red Rose
8" x 16" oil in canvas



William Havu Gallery
Patrick Marold
Red Fan Wood 120 x 24 x 6 inches
Through February 27


Walker Fine Art
Chloe Hedden
Through March 6



K Contemporary
Trey Egan
Devoted/Amplify, 2020
Oil on Canvas 60 x 60 in
Through
February 27


Rule Gallery
Delphine Hennelly
Death and the Maiden II, 2019
oil on canvas,
72 x 60 in / 183 x 152.4 cm
T
hrough March 6


Visions West Contemporary
Tracy Stuckey Super Mini, 2020 oil on canvas 60 x 72 in
Through March 6





 

 

Member Galleries:


Abend Gallery
David Cook Fine Art
Gallery 1261
GALLERY M
K Contemporary

Mai Wyn Fine Art
Michael Warren Contemporary
Plinth Gallery
Plus Gallery
Robischon Gallery
Saks Galleries
Sandra Phillips Gallery
Space Gallery
Visions West Contemporary
Walker Fine Art
William Havu Gallery
William Matthews
 



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