First Friday Artwalk listings for Dec. 6
Steamboat Springs — 9th Street Tattoo Studio, 111 9th St., 970-367-3136
Kelli Poole works primarily with oil on wood. She integrates the wildlife of northern Colorado with her contemporary color palette and mark making. She works directly with Colorado Parks and Wildlife to collect her images. This specific body of work explores the direct interaction of different species of the Colorado Rockies.
All That Jazz, 601 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-4422
Jeneire Mendez Yeats is a Costa Rican native who moved to Steamboat Springs last summer. Her jewelry designs are inspired by her work at the Home Resource Center in Milner where she collects recycled items and uses them in her wearable and showable art.
Circle 7 Fine Art, 1009 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-4744
Maggie Smith monotypes and collagraphs with flora and fauna of Colorado. The beauty of Abby Jensen’s photography of animals in the wild and landscapes cannot be ignored.
Chief Theater, 813 Lincoln Ave., 720-425-0522
The Colorado Mountain College Digital Photography Class taught by photographer David Patterson will be exhibiting their work.
Colorado Group Realty, 509 Lincoln Ave., 970-875-2917
Malcolm Perkins-Smith is a print maker. His inspiration comes from the natural beauty of the West.
Comb Goddess, 1104 S. Lincoln Ave., Suite 102, 970-871-0606
Local artist Milo Alfring, of 9th Street Tattoo, will show a variety of mixed-media work.
Creekside Cafe & Grill, 131 11th St., 970-879-4925
Cherie Duty presents “Fusion”, an experiment of melted-wax techniques. Just scratching the surface of this medium’s possibilities, Duty explores encaustic monotypes on Japanese paper and mixed media encaustics on cradled birch panels.
Deluxe Tattoo, 837 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-1243
Deluxe Tattoo will be showing a group of tattoo-inspired pieces from a number of Colorado artists.
Depot Art Center, 1001 13th St., 970-879-9008
Art and Soul of Hospice art show will benefit the Northwest Colorado Visiting Nurse Association’s Hospice and Palliative Care Program. Artwork for sale has been donated by more than 30 talented local artists.
Images of Nature Gallery, 730 Lincoln Ave., 970-871-1822
Legendary nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen will share his works from traveling for nearly 40 years documenting and photographing some of Earth’s great wild places.
St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, 846 Oak St., 970-879-0925
View exhibiting artists Modesitt, Hopkins, La Vigne, Garrett, Bell, Willman and Juschka in the unique, architectural setting of historic St. Paul’s Episcopal Church, which is celebrating its 100th anniversary this year.
Steamboat Art Museum, 807 Lincoln Ave., 970-870-1755
“The Russian Experience” looks at the fascinating world of Russian art from the 1930s to 1980s in this private collection of paintings by Russian artists of the mid-20th century.
Steamboat Springs Center For Visual Arts, 837 Lincoln Ave., 970-846-5970
Introducing our new season of artist members: photographers Karen Schulman and Jason Santucci; textile artist Wendy Kowynia; sculptor Don Maul; and silk artist Barbara Maul.
Steamboat Vision Clinic, 9th and Oak Streets, 970-879-4266
Kathy Thayer, will be showcasing her ceramic creations inspired by her love of nature, flowers, aspen trees, biking, fish and the beautiful scenery of Steamboat Springs.
Urbane, 703 Lincoln Ave., Suite B101, 970-879-9169
Colorado Native Mike Moore is a self-taught artist who uses a variety of mediums. This show focuses on Lowbrow Art and portraits using enamel paints, graphite and charcoal
Wild Horse Galley, 802 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-5515
The alabaster sculpture of Gail Sundell will be featured. Stop by to meet the artist and have her explain her technique and creative process.
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