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May
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Friday, May 6 and 20

1st and 3rd Friday Openings at participating galleries

 

For the month of May
Plinth Gallery
Opening reception, 6-9pm
Ceramic Works by Virginia Scotchie. Her ceramics are characterized by engaging forms with highly textured and bold colored surfaces. Referencing the concept of vessel, her ceramic pieces expand on the thematic nature of the vessel, transporting them into abstract yet highly relatable forms. Their, colorful and richly textured surfaces appeal to touch and feel.
Through May 28

Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Continuing: Current works and exhibits with gallery artists


GALLERY M

This month at the gallery, Damien Hirst's contributions to fine contemporary art are documented and reflected with each iteration of his butterfly series. From one-of-a-kind original works to small editions, the Butterfly is synonymous with Hirst. His contributions inspired other genres like Fashion to further reference the elegance, love, and respect associated with this harmonious animal.

Wednesday, May 4
Abend Gallery

Contemporary Storytelling, a two person exhibition by Zoa Ace and Louis Recchia. The artist couple, Zoa Ace and Louis Recchia, have long influenced each other’s artwork, yet each maintains their own unique style. This body of work invites the viewers’ interpretations of their figurative narratives. They both like the idea of “art about art” mixing historical references, times, and styles in their oil on canvas paintings. view the exhibit online
Through June 6

Friday, May 6
William Havu Gallery
Order of Disappearance, a solo exhibition by renowned Denver painter, Amy Metier and on the mezzanine we are introducing Ohio based artist, Melinda Rosenberg.  Amy Metier states that, “The work in this show has been inspired by my time painting at the Ballinglen Arts Foundation, an artist’s residency in County Mayo, Ireland. Some paintings are influenced by a specific place; others respond to the light, the changing weather, the history, the ancient spirits and the mystery that infused my time and experience there. Each painting develops intuitively and the process invariably involves reworking, visibly painting out areas, even completely starting over to meet an elusive end goal that exists in my subconscious.” Melinda Rosenberg paints, cuts, and “folds” found wood to create abstract wall installations that intersect painting and sculpture. The artist’s process begins with collecting scraps of wood found in old barns and lumber yards throughout rural Ohio. Rosenberg then repurposes and alters the wood by painting directly on its surface before sanding, cutting, and adjoining the various pieces together. The result is an origami-like construction where divergent pieces of wood meet in an unexpected, yet harmonious balance.
Through June 18

Space Gallery
Artist talk 6pm

Featuring new work by: Noelle Phares and Philip Tarlow

Exhibition through May 28

 

Plinth Gallery
Ceramic Works by Virginia Scotchie. Her ceramics are characterized by engaging forms with highly textured and bold colored surfaces. Referencing the concept of vessel, her ceramic pieces expand on the thematic nature of the vessel, transporting them into abstract yet highly relatable forms. Their, colorful and richly textured surfaces appeal to touch and feel.
Through May 28

Wednesday May 11
Abend Gallery

A solo exhibition by Victoria Novak. View the online exhibi
Through June 11

Thursday, May 12

Walker Fine Art
12 Pm
Toast spring with us during our mimosa happy hour followed by artist talks from 1-2:30pm

Friday, May 13 and 14
Walker Fine Art

Opening receptions, Friday, May 13, 5-8 pm + Saturday, May 14, 11am-5pm
Casting Currents, featuring: Ana Žanić, Allison Svoboda, Bonny Lhotka, Danny Williams, Patricia Finley, and Sharon Strasburg.
It is fascinating, inspiring and reflective; it is pure and tranquil while simultaneously tempestuous and forbidding. It is impossible to control, unreliable and marvelously mysterious. It is water, and it is the creative source of expression for the six artists in CASTING CURRENTS. Whether utilizing it as a medium itself, finding inspiration in simply viewing it, or looking to its depths for further meaning, this group exhibition explores the fluidity, symbolism and representation of our life source. Join us to explore connections between water and artwork, as well as showcasing our harmonious relationships with the outside world.
Through July 16

Saturday, May 14
Gallery 1261
Jill Soukup, Artist''s demonstration, 2-3 pm

Friday, May 27
Visions West Contemporary
Opening reception
Theodore Waddell, solo show of new works on paper and recent oils. His depictions of the vast landscape, horses, and cattle are not typical of most Western art due to the influence of the abstract expressionist movement on his practice. Waddell’s solo exhibition will include the monumental painting Vincent's Angus #4,1995, as well as works on paper and recent oil paintings.
Through July 8

 



Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Peggy McGiveren
Gossip
oil, 16 x 16 inches.


GALLERY M
Damien Hirst
Signed, Silkscreen with Foil



Abend Gallery
Zoa Ace
City Sidewalk, 2022
Oil on canvas 40 x 40
Through June 6


William Havu Gallery
Melinda Rosenberg
Pitch 16
Ash, barn wood, pine, painted chip board
20 x 22 x 7 inches
Through June 18


Space Gallery
Noelle Phares
Strawberry
Oil, gouache, and acrylic on panel, 61.5"X49.5"
Exhibition through May 28


Plinth Gallery
Virginia Scotchieer
Ceramic
Through May 28


Abend Gallery
Victoria Novak
Diversity, 2020
Oil on canvas 31.50 x 47.20 in
Through June 11


Walker Fine Art
Ana Žanić
Through July 16


Gallery 1261
Jill Soukup, Artist''s demonstration, 2-3 pm


Visions West Contemporary
Theodore Waddell
Vincent's Angus #4, 1995
Through July 8


 

 

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
Visions West Contemporary
Walker Fine Art
William Havu Gallery
William Matthews
 



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