On September 16, Manitou Galleries unveils 15 to 20 new works by Taos landscape painter Jeff Cochran in a solo show at its Canyon Road location opening with an artist’s reception from 5 to 7:30 p.m.
On Saturday, nearly 200 artists hit the street and create art while chatting with visitors and collectors throughout the day. French says artists from about 35 galleries are participating in the event.
Guests attending the opening of Evergreen Fine Art’s solo show for wildlife painter Edward Aldrich, on Saturday, October 1, from 2 to 5 p.m., might notice that he seems remarkably at home as he greets his many fans and offers a brief talk about his latest oils.
This month Sorrel Sky Gallery celebrates the art of American West painter Bonnie Conrad and basket weaver Jane Chavez in a show titled Preserving a Moment, Preserving an Art. The show opens with an artists’ reception from 5 to 7 p.m. on Thursday, October 6.
On Friday, October 21, Arts at Denver presents a show of recent works by three Denver-area artists: Margaretta Caesar, Mikael Olson, and Jody Rigsby. “Margaretta’s and Mikael’s works are very painterly,” says gallery owner Paula Colette Conley. “Everyone just loves their work. Jody’s paintings are charming and unique, and she really...
Richard Schmid: A Retrospective Exhibition presents 30 masterworks from private collections, curated by Kristen Thies, owner of West Wind Fine Art.
Collectors who love wildlife subject matter, and anyone for whom nature’s creatures strike a chord, is well advised to head to Jackson’s National Museum of Wildlife Art this month. That’s where, for the 29th consecutive time in the museum’s 29-year history, top animal artists converge to showcase and sell their works...
The eighth annual Grand Canyon Celebration of Art takes place this month with a weeklong series of events throughout Grand Canyon National Park, culminating in an exhibition that highlights the grandeur of the American wilderness.
Twenty new works by the artist are on view this month at Giacobbe-Fritz Fine Art in a solo show fittingly titled Storytelling. The show opens on September 2 with an artist’s reception at 5 p.m. The title speaks to the subtle visual narratives that ripple through Thomas’ dreamlike watercolor-and-encaustic works.
The event showcases some 190 works by 32 contemporary representational artists from Washington, Oregon, Idaho, and Northern California. In contrast to the museum’s western-focused art collection, the art show and sale features a wider range of art across a variety of media, styles, and genres, including still lifes, landscape and figure...