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Invisible Horizons and Doble Sentido

February 29th, 2020

On March 6th, a pair of highly anticipated exhibitions will be premiering at the William Havu Gallery. With its extensive artist list and decades of history showing the latest trends in abstraction and realism, the Havu gallery is one of Denver’s top tier art venues. Next week, you can see a group show featuring Sushe Felix, Tracy Felix, and Max Lehman titled, Invisible Horizons. Concurrently, on the mezzanine, will be a show for Mo’Print 2020 titled, Doble Sentido. This solo exhibition features a collection of vibrant works from artist Tony Ortega. Sushe Felix is a Denver based fine... Read More

Jivan Lee, Cheryl Ann Thomas, and James Cook at William Havu Gallery

December 21st, 2019

William Havu Gallery is well known as one of Denver’s premier contemporary art spaces. Their rotating exhibitions feature a bevy of regional and nationally recognized artists from a wide range of disciplines. Their decades of curating experience are evident in each and every show they host. Currently on display through January 11th are works from Jivan Lee, Cheryl Ann Thomas, and James Cook. Jivan Lee is an oil painter specializing in dramatic landscapes. Based in Taos, NM, he originally hails from Woodstock, NY. He studied at Bard College, earning an MFA in Painting in 2007. His work is... Read More

Barbara Baer, Gary Manuel, and Rob Watt at Spark

November 23rd, 2019

Spark Gallery has long been a place to find cutting edge contemporary art from a diverse group of local artists. Their exhibitions feature works in sculpture, drawing, painting, collage, found objects, installation, and much more. Opened in 1979, Spark is Denver’s oldest artist-owned cooperative gallery. They host rotating shows from members and guest artists, typically displaying three shows at a time. Currently on display are new works from Barbara Baer, Gary Manuel, and Rob Watt.     Barbara Baer is an installation artist and a resident member at Spark. She holds a BFA from... Read More