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Exhibitions > Reed Weimer - Abstractions

In the world of Reed Weimer, abstractions are built from lines and forms. Over his career, he has explored this idea in many ways, producing various series of works, both in acrylic and print. Abstractions brings together many of Weimer’s most compelling series, such as MAP, Overgrowth, Gather and Sections, to give a broad and deep understanding of his artistry. His current output draws from his earlier forms and drawings and uses them to delve more deeply into his fascination with how lines continue to define his environment and how shapes, from microscopic to landscape sized, fill it in.

Colorado artist Reed Philip Weimer graduated with a BFA from CSU in 1981. He has been an active member of the Denver art community, showing his art in Co-Op galleries, commercial galleries and museums. Reed taught art with a number of organizations including Young Audiences, the Artist in Residence Program, the Aesthetic Education Institute of Colorado, Art Reach, The Art Students League and Denver Public Schools.

Reed and his wife have received awards from the Denver Art Museum and the Mayor of Denver for their development of the Navajo Arts District.

Reed’s artwork is in the collections of the Denver Art Museum, the Kirkland Museum, the Boulder Public Library, The Whitney Museum, the Museum of Modern Art, Kaiser Permanente, Newmont Mining, Qwest, The Children’s Hospital, Delta Dental, and the City of Brighton. His work is also in many private collections. Reed maintains an active art studio in Denver, where he is currently working on several ongoing series of paintings, prints and photographs