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Sunday
Jan312010

Andrew Speer

 

The Pattern Shop Studio opens February 5th, 2010 with an exhibition titled Induced Dreams and other paintings by Andrew Speer. A reception for the artist will be held during the First Fridays in RiNo event on February 5th from 6 - 9 p.m. The artist will be in attendance. 

Speer is an Emeritus Professor of art at Metropolitan State College of Denver and is the former area chair of the painting department from 1990 - 2005. His artwork has been widely exhibited throughout the country and critic writing and reviews of his work have been featured in many diverse sources.

 

Speer has received many prestigious awards including Pollock-Krasner Foundation artist grant, was one of nine finalists for the Reader’s Digest Artists at Giverny Program, to name a few.

 

 

Wednesday
Jan202010

Sharon Brown wins Juror's Award at Ice Cube Gallery's "Icebreaker" show!

 

Juror Michael Paglia, art critic for Westword magazine, selected Sharon Brown's three powerful black and white oil paintings of RiNo artists for his Juror's Award at the Ice Cube Gallery's "Icebreaker" show, running until February 20th at the Dry Ice Factory on 3320 Walnut Street. The show, which Paglia said was difficult to jury because of the high quality of over 140 entries, features 70 exquisite works of art by artists in, or associated with, the River North Arts District.  Don't miss this impressive group show, open Fridays 6-10 and Saturdays 12-5.
Saturday
Nov282009

Closing Reception for Creators

A closing reception for Creators: new paintings by Sharon Bond Brown will be held on Friday, December 4 from 6 - 9 p.m.

This exhibition is the first installment in a series of works that at once is an homage to Sharon's peers, a comment on the tradition of portraiture and a tour de force of black and white oil painting.

 

This exhibition is a MUST SEE.