Women artists

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

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

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