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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

Now Showing at William Havu Gallery

October 26th, 2019

William Havu Gallery began in Aspen in 1973 and moved to its current location, 1040 Cherokee St. in Denver, in 1998. The gallery has become one of the city’s most well-known modern art galleries, showcasing a wide variety of emerging and established regional artists. Now on display are selected works from Sam Scott, Hank Saxe, and the late Werner Drewes. Sam Scott is painter and author based in Santa Fe, New Mexico. He graduated summa cum laude from the Maryland Institute College of Art, receiving his MFA in painting and sculpture. Scott went on to study at the Instituto Allende in Mexico... Read More

Women in Abstraction

June 15th, 2019
Lola Montejo, System Shutdown. Courtesty of the William Havu Gallery

The William Havu Gallery is one of Denver’s oldest and most well-known contemporary galleries. Over the past four decades they’ve provided a space for creativity to thrive, curating exhibitions with a focus on realism and abstraction. Representing a long list of established and emerging artists, the Havu Gallery is a conduit for regional talent. Their latest series, titled Women in Abstraction, features works from six highly acclaimed artists. This is an all-women’s exhibition, showcasing recent additions to the roster including Lola Montejo, Sheryl Zacharia, and Margaret Pettee-Olsen,... Read More

Music and Art Scene: William Havu Gallery

October 13th, 2018
William Havu Gallery

The William Havu gallery has an extensive history and an artist list to match. Over the last 45 years they’ve represented hundreds of artists specializing in post modernism and abstraction. While they have hosted a number of notable emerging artists, the majority are fairly well established, mid-career professionals from Colorado and the Southwest. William Havu initially opened his namesake gallery in Aspen in the early 70’s. His art background is extensive, and he seems like quite the character. In interviews he mentions playing drums with Hendrix and befriending Hunter S. Thompson. Havu moved... Read More