Gallery Hours

First Fridays 6-9 pm

Occasional artist talks

(watch this space for announcements)

and always by appointment.
Call (303) 297-9831

Email: rexford@


Sharon Brown's "Trumped II: Teasin' Treason" Continues 

Resident artist Sharon Brown's series of oil paintings of Trump Administration officials and sycophants continues into 2019 due to its popularity and timeliness. The exhibit will be open on First Friday, March 1st, from 6 to 9 and any day or time by appointment (call 303-297-9831). 

IN ADDITION TO THE EXHIBIT, SHARON WILL BE SIGNING COPIES OF HER BOOK "TRUMPED!", NOW ON SALE AT THE PATTERN SHOP AND THE RiNo STORE AT ZEPPLIN STATION ($45). The book is perfect for your coffee table and for gifts to family and friends who have been suffering from Trumpitis or just love looking at beautiful portraits of infamous people.



PSS Hosts 3rd Annual Lit Crawl September 8th, 2018, 6-8pm 


Lit Crawl Denver returns for a third year in a row! Catch readings at the Pattern Shop Studio on Saturday, September 8th at 6-8pm by Rebecca Hannigan and bestselling crime novelist K.B. Jensen and more. Hosted by At The Inkwell and Tethered by Letters, Lit Crawl Denver is a free, public event and a  project of the Litquake Foundation.
To view the full lineup and the festival's complete list of events, visit



Charles Counter Opens Fall Season with "Split Sticks."

 The Pattern Shop Studio’s first fall exhibit will be Charles Counter’s Split Sticks. The show features both sculpture and prints of new dynamic work and will open with a public reception on first Friday, September 7th, 6 to 9pm. The exhibit will also be on view first Friday October 5th, 6-9pm. An artist’s Salon will be held on October 13th, 4-6pm. The show will conclude on Friday, October 19th.  The Pattern Shop Studio is open seven days a week for groups and individuals by appointment (303-297-9831).

Charles Counter received a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in the seventies from Colorado State University and went on to receive a graduate degree in fine art from Otis College of Art and Design in Los Angeles. While at Otis, he served as the graduate assistant in sculpture, developing a particular interest in wood sculpture. Later, this interest broadened through an apprenticeship and full-time employment as an industrial wood pattern maker.

Returning to his native Colorado, Counter has worked exclusively in the field of exhibition design and production. In the nineties he received an appointment at the University of Colorado Museum of Natural History, where he currently serves as Senior Designer and Developer of Exhibitions at the Museum and is a Senior Adjunct Instructor in the graduate program of Museum Studies. His work has been exhibited at The Denver Botanic Gardens, the Longmont Museum, Republic Plaza/Denver, Ironton Gallery, The Pattern Shop Studio and the William Havu Gallery. Counter lives and maintains a studio in Denver.