sculpture

Bitch River

Visiting artist Mark Dineen‘s solo exhibition, Bitch River, opens Friday December 8, 6-9 PM. Bitch River uses various media including charcoal, paint, pastels, paper, cardboard, foam, plastics, plaster, and wood. Through experimentation and iteration, Dineen develops unconventional approaches to working with commonplace materials such as wood, plastic, leather, and cement. His work contrasts the logic and efficiencies of industrial… read more

Borderline

Featuring works by Denver-based artists Libby Barbee, Jodi Stuart, and Kaitlyn Tucek, Borderline investigates the myriad ways in which we as humans are affected by our environment and circumstances. Through painting, sculpture, and installation, this exhibition explores themes of human interaction with our at-risk environment, the changing role of technology, and the feminine experience. Libby… read more

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

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

“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

“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

Lessons in Collaboration

Col·lab·o·ra·tion – Noun / Verb /kəˌlabəˈrāSH(ə)n/ To work jointly with others or together especially in an intellectual endeavor. Lessons in Gravity was a collaborative art show featuring Jennifer Ivanovic, Joe Norman and David Young at Artworks Loveland in May and June of 2016. Olivia Lowe sat down with all three artists to ask them questions… read more

“Shards”

     The works in this exhibition are a tribute to the shards found in the American southwest. Fragments of bones, rock, and old pottery — these tiny shards offer insight into a much bigger whole. Svedlow’s paintings embody the pieces of broken pottery he encountered while hiking in New Mexico. He describes his work… read more