Curtis Center for the Arts
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Art Exhibits, Lectures & Special Events
39th Annual All Colorado Art Show
July 9- August 27
Reception: Saturday, July 9th 6-8pm
Jurors Talk: Saturday, August 13th 2pm (Curtis Center for the Arts)
The Curtis Center for the Arts presents the 39th Annual All Colorado Art Show. This exhibit celebrates artists from across the state displaying in many different mediums. From abstract paintings to mixed medium sculpture, there is something in this show for everyone.
We are honored to have Libby Garon, Gallery Director for Walker Fine Art as this year's juror. Libby is an art lover and has been fortunate to have the arts as a constant in her life. She began her art career studying studio art with a focus in printmaking at Mount Holyoke College in MA, and interning at Dieu Donne Paper Mill and Lower East Side Print Shop in New York. She has now been in the Denver arts community for over a decade working and serving as a board member for institutions including Art Students League of Denver, Access Gallery, Golden Triangle Neighborhood Association, PlatteForum, Culture Haus, Denver Art Museum’s Conservation Committee and Museum Friends. As Denver continues to grow, Libby is an active arts advocate and strives to share her passion for the arts in everything that she does. As the Gallery Director at Walker Fine Art, Libby intends to build strong relationships with both collectors and artists that are founded on trust. She continues to make and sell her own work and appreciates having both perspectives of the artist and the arts professional.
September 6- October 29
Reception: Saturday, September 10 6-8pm
Recombobulation: The act of recombobulating; putting back into order; removing confusion. The artists in this exhibit use found objects and other ephemera to create artistic treasures. They create a narrative by strategically arranging objects and allowing a specifically determined amount of original patina, shape, texture or inherent iconography to provide the plot for their story. Artists included in this exhibit are: Deborah Jang, Mark Friday, Michelle Lamb, Jimmy Descant, Leigh Cabell, Floyd Tunson, Sue Blosten and Kelton Osborn.
November 5- December 22
Reception: Saturday, November 5 6-8pm