GALLERY EXHIBITS / FIRST FRIDAY ARTWALK SCHEDULE

January / February 2017 - Winter Tracks
Openings January 6th & February 3rd

An Artist Member Group Exhibition of embellished skis, snowboards and snowshoes. FREE TO ALL ARTIST LEVEL MEMBERS $50 for NON-MEMBERS, ENTRY FEE INCLUDES A ONE YEAR ARTIST MEMBERSHIP 

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Platform Gallery, Month of January: Julia DordoniThis exhibit showcases an eclectic array of Julia Dordoni's artistic styles including organic abstracts, Aboriginal dot painting, animated wildlife portraiture, tranquil mandalas, impressionistic landscapes of Steamboat Springs, New York and Hawaii, historic architecture of Hawaii and Colorado and expressionistic live music paintings of local Colorado bands. A consistent theme in all of Dordoni's art is her electrifying use of color. Originals and prints are available in this one-month's exhibit! See more samples of Julia Dordoni's work at www.ColoradoWeddingPainter.com

Platform Gallery, Month of February (Opening February 3): Elaine Dermodi: "Awe Moments" Elaine believes in the psychological benefits of awe moments. For Elaine it's when she experiences breathtaking landscapes and sunsets. She captures them with her camera and uses the photos to inspire her paintings. She is most at home when she is one with the universe while hiking in the wilderness.

March 2017 - Beyond Photography
Opening March 3rd

Part of Month of Photography (MoP) Denver, http://www.mopdenver.com/ Beyond Photography aims to showcase and explore the many ways in which photography is used in contemporary art.  We are seeking works which use photography in unconventional ways. The work may include alternative photographic processes, digital composites, or encaustic, as well as mixed media. Photography should be the basis or primary inspiration for the submitted piece.

Platform Gallery, Month of March: Beth Liggitt / Wyld Blue Studio: Beth Liggitt is a jewelry and glass artist with a background in graphic design and a true love of the west! In love with metal and glass all her life, she sees each of her handmade pieces as an expression of love. Creating in fine metals and semi precious and precious stones, and incorporating vintage and found objects, Beth links traditional jewelry methods with a unique aesthetic. She began working in traditional metalworking techniques as a high school student, and went on to explore and create in art glass. She creates one of a kind pieces by commission and from her heart in her studio in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. www.wyldblue.com

Gallery Hours 

Tuesday - Friday 11AM - 5PM
Saturdays 11AM - 3PM