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August:


Friday, July 8 and 22
1st and 3rd Friday Openings at participating galleries


Month of August
Saks Galleries Cherry Creek

Current works and exhibits with gallery artists

Gallery M
Yousuf Karsh,
Georgia O'Keeffe, 1956

Thursday, August 4
Rule Gallery

Artist's reception 6-8 pm
Diego Rodriguez-Warner: Iteratives, a solo exhibition of new paintings that documents his pursuit of novel formal terrains and chromatic dialects. Through disciplined repetition and a heightened sensitivity to his works’ internal cues and procedural revelations, the artist hones in on the portal of possibilities embodied in the living form.
Through September 17

Friday, August 5
Plinth Gallery
Mark Goudy and Liza Ridde, Symbiosis. The word "intention" comes to mind when observing the ceramic work of Mark Goudy and Liza Riddle. While each artist's ceramics are diametrically opposed and stylistically different, their work exudes intentionality: it is deliberate, purposeful, and highly engaging. Part of both artists' intentionality is to create a visual language and express that language through their work. While Goudy's work is vessel centric, Riddle's ceramics decidedly do not reference the container aesthetic. Yet both artists have designed work that articulates a very specific discourse.
Through September 24


Continuing:

Visions West Contemporary
Mountain Standard Time, a multi-gallery summer exhibition presenting art that is in dialogue with the American West. WIth artists: June Glasson, Rachel Denny, Sarah Winkler, Beau Carey, Raychael Stine, Jennifer Stine, Danielle Winger, Johnny Defeo, Mike Ousley, Julie Buffalohead, David Rathman Molly Schulps, and Rocky Hawkins. The works included in the exhibition are just a snapshot of the broad range of artists represented by Visions West Contemporary, as well as the current state of contemporary art in the region today. Mountain Standard Time subverts the Western monolith of cowboys and saloons and instead celebrates the diverse Rocky Mountain history of people, environmentalism, and complex cultural influences that is a fixture of the American psyche.
Through August 27


Walker Fine Art
Modus Operandi, featuring: Deidre Adams, Blair Vaughn-Gruler, Ben Strawn, Melana Bontrager, Laura Guese, and Melanie Grein. Every creator possesses a unique artistic language that works concurrently with their own medium and inspirations. MODUS OPERANDI presents artists who utilize this dialect to dictate the outcome of their work, allowing spontaneity, intuition and process to be the driving forces in their creations. Working within their own subconscious and guidelines, these artists focus on the creative process rather than the end result, thus finding freedom in the journey.
Through September 10

Space Gallery
New works by Michael Hedges and Karine Leger. Hedges: "My paintings are a synthesis of color, line, form and texture. They begin as a problem of two or more color relationships to be explored through form. The form is loosely defined by a drawing that acts as a skeleton and ecto-skeleton both beneath and above the finished work. The application of the media to the painting surface is of utmost importance to me." Leger: Deeply connected to her personal life, superimposed layers of images and transparent acrylics has its own story to tell. The shapes seem anthropomorphic at times, reflecting that constant desire for balance. But they only reveal just enough, allowing plenty of room for the viewers to find their own interpretation or story.
Through August 20


William Havu Gallery
Water Cycle, an exhibition by painters, Lynn Boggess and Jivan Lee.
A plein air landscape painter from West Virginia, Lynn Boggess braves the weather of all seasons, armed with canvases and cement trowels for brushes, to capture the beauty of nature in his unique landscapes. Lynn continues to live and work in West Virginia. Jivan Lee is an oil painter based in Taos and Santa Fe, NM.  His work explores the nature of paint as raw material, creator of image, and catalyst for emotional response, and is increasingly addressing the complexities of how humans see and shape their environment.
Through August 30

Robischon Gallery
Solo Exhibition: Ana Maria Hernando "Geometrias Tiernas,"Sculptural Works And Installation. Concurrently On View: Jonathan Parker- Constructed Painting, Don Voisine -Painting, Jim Osman - Sculpture David Fought - Sculpture Amy Ellingson - Painting and Drawing

Through August 13
 

 




Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Stacey Peterson
Mountain Water
oil, 32 x 24


Gallery M
Yousuf Karsh
Georgia O'Keeffe, 1956


Rule Gallery
Diego Rodriguez-Warne
There Won't be a Single Place Dark or Unhappy, 2022
 latex, acrylic and spray paint on panel, 60 x 48 in
Through September 17


Plinth Gallery
Mark Goudy
Through September 24


Visions West Contemporary
Sarah Winkler
They Call Me A Wild Rose, 2022
acrylic on panel, 24 x 24 inches

Through August 27


Walker Fine Art
 Deidre Adams
Through September 10


Space Gallery
Michael Hedges
The Weight Of Trouble
Oil On Canvas, 64"X52"
Through August 20



Walker Fine Art
Blair Vaughn-Gruler
Through September 10


William Havu Gallery
 Lynn Boggess
June 6, 2020
Oil on canvas, 46 x 40 inches
Through August 30



Robischon Gallery
Ana Maria Hernando
A Far Silent Sea/Swept Land (Detail)
Tulle and mixed media,
41 x 41 in.
Through August 13

 

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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