Artworks Blog

Bronze Sculpture Process

Hello.  I am currently working on a sculpture which will be about 112% of life size. The armature consists of a steel pipe and layers of 2″ construction foam. The Marquette I am using for reference is 1/3 the size of the larger piece. In an age of 3d printing, computers and lasers, this is… read more

2017 Artworks Gallery Schedule Announced

Congratulations to the artists selected to exhibit at Artworks Loveland’s gallery in 2017. Check back for updates to the schedule on our Events & Exhibits calendar. January / February – North Gallery Into Silence, Bob Campagna (photo) and Sylvia Eichmann (printmaking) February / March – South Gallery What You Believe is What You See, Jennifer… read more

Holiday Art Market

The studio artists are putting together a Holiday Art Market. Shop local this holiday season and give the gift of art! When: Friday, Dec. 9th, 6-9 pm, 2016 Where: Artworks Loveland 310 N. Railroad Avenue Loveland, CO 80537 www.ArtworksLoveland.org info@artworksloveland.org 970-663-5555… read more

“Pattern Language”

Pattern Language December 9, 2016 – January 27, 2017 A solo exhibit of mixed media work by former Artworks Artist-In-Residence, Barbara Gilhooly. Opening: December 9; 6pm-9pm Artist Talk: January 13, 5pm Night on the Town Open House: January 13, 6pm – 9pm About the exhibit: Rich in color, texture, and symbols, Gilhooly’s work references a… read more

Call for Entries: “Photography Unsettled”

Calling all contemporary photographers! Artworks Loveland is participating in Month of Photography Denver! MoP 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… read more

Schedule Your #COGIVES Donation On #GivingTuesday

GIVE WHERE YOU LIVE What is Giving Tuesday? It is a global day of giving encouraging people and organizations around the world to donate time, resources or talents to address local challenges. What is Colorado Gives Day? Colorado Gives Day is powered by ColoradoGives.org, a year-round website featuring more than 1,800 nonprofits. ColoradoGives.org encourages charitable giving by… read more

Thank you – Square Foot Fundraiser

THANK YOU!!! You made the event! Together we raised over $5,000 for our First Annual Square Foot fundraiser! Thank you to the artists who donated work, guests who attended, volunteers, and art buyers. I can’t tell you how much I appreciate your support for our work with artists in our community and beyond. Here at… read more

“Chinook” Artist Talk and Minimalism Lecture

Join us on Wednesday, October 26 to learn more about the exhibit in the south gallery and the genre of minimalism. Exhibiting artist Doug Erion will speak about his exhibit, Chinook. This exhibition of minimalist monotype prints is influenced by the form and shape of the Chinook salmon as well as the Japanese art of Gyotaku… read more

“Chinook”

 The slippery fish and the minimalist “Once upon a time in a land where the sun shines at midnight and the bears are white, an old man went to find the giant King who lived in an icy river the Yupik natives called Nushagak. The giant King had traveled the world wide and far, from… read more

“3 Reasons Why I’m Not a Painter” by Jan R. Carson

Insight: Why I’m Not a Painter… …or, Why I’m Making Textile Art It’s important for an artist to know why they’re expressing their ideas in a given form. Why work in clay vs. metal, photography vs. drawing, fabric vs. painting? In essence, my artwork is about how our world is structured, and how each of… read more