Artworks Blog

Manifesting Home

Manifesting Home opens in the north gallery on July 14, 6-9 PM. This exhibit explores how we as humans literally build the world around us in order to survive and thrive. Sculptural in nature, the exhibit confronts viewers with a variety of materials and forms, from whimsical implements made of iron and wood to small… read more

re: growth

“re:growth” features work by Cori Champagne, Jane Gordon, Coral Penelope Lambert, and Kristen Tordella-Williams, curated by Amy Joy Hosterman of ArtShape Mammoth. This exhibition is a conversation around the relationship our bodies have with our natural world, regarding survival, consciousness, and an intimate and complicated bond with material. While positing consequences of overconsumption and waste… read more

Stationary: An Exhibit of Supply & Demand

Elizabeth Morisette creates artwork which responds to the society in which we live. Her work is created with recycled or repurposed materials. Stationary: An Exhibit of Supply & Demand features a series of work created by using mass amounts of several different types of office supplies. By weaving large quantities of office supplies into wall hangings… read more

Encounters: Poetry Reading

For the exhibit “Encounters: How the Light Gets In,” 20 visual artists were paired with a poet, and the two met to exchange ideas and share some work. They were invited to use the theme “how the light gets in,” from the refrain of Leonard Cohen’s song “Anthem,” and interpret it as they chose, to… read more

Fifth-Year Birthday Bash!

Be our guest at a Birthday Bash and Benefit to celebrate our fifth-year anniversary. The event features art-filled experiences, refreshments, and silent auction, with a DJ dance party to end the night. SATURDAY, MAY 20 6 – 10 PM Artworks Loveland 310 N. Railroad Ave. Loveland, CO 80537 Dress code: “Casual Sleek”, a dress-up/dress-down hybrid… read more

Intrigue: Student Photography Exhibit

Intrigue features over sixty silver gelatin prints made by local middle school students under the instruction of Artworks studio artist Bob Campagna. All photographs were processed, printed, and assembled in Artworks’ darkroom and studio. Since 2003, Bob Campagna has taught the annual Gifted and Talented student photography program to middle school students of the Thompson School District.… read more

Why the women of Abstract Expressionism still matter

     In the spirit of Women’s History Month, Artworks has invited guest blogger Charis Lillene Fleshner to write a brief blog post about Joan Mitchell, a woman artist who made a name for herself as a second generation abstract expressionist painter and printmaker. Joan Mitchell was born in Chicago, IL in 1925 and died in France… read more

Help Ronda Stone get to Santa Fe!

Artworks artist Ronda Stone is heading to Santa Fe, NM this month to participate in a photographic workshop. Santa Fe Workshops has given Ronda Stone an Honorable Mention grant for $600 to apply towards a workshop March 19 – March 24th. She is trying to raise more funds to help her get there. She is taking… read more

What You Believe is What You See

What You Believe is What You See is a solo exhibition of paintings by Artworks artist Jennifer Davey. The paintings are an honest and intentional record of the artist’s navigations through the internal landscape and the soul, in an effort to deepen understanding of what it means to be human in this both tumultuous and… read more

“Photography Unsettled” Exhibit Announcement

About the Exhibit: Month of Photography Denver is a Colorado-based biennial celebration of fine art photography with hundreds of collaborative public events throughout Denver and the region. The theme for MoP 2017 is “Up to the Edge.” This theme serves as an exploration of the far-reaching applications and concepts emerging in photography today. In conjunction… read more