First Friday Artwalk listings for May 6, 2016
Steamboat Springs — Chief Theater, 813 Lincoln Ave., 970-871-4791
Featured artist Julia Dordoni will showcase original plein-air paintings she created in Steamboat Springs, Boulder and Winter Park. She will also have a selection of framed prints on display. Dordoni enjoys using vibrant colors in a slightly animated, impressionistic style.
Creekside Cafe & Grill, 131 11th St., 970-879-4925
Ryan Keating is a multimedia artist who has been living in the Yampa Valley for 10 years. Ryan works in photography, painting and sculptural mediums. He also has a bachelor’s degree in fine arts from the University of Connecticut with extensive study in art history. Keating’s current work concentrates on birds of the Yampa Valley using the grain of veneer wood panels to construct landscapes, creating depth while highlighting the character and uniqueness of the wood.
Depot Art Center, 1001 13th St., 970-879-9008
Water Works is a group show featuring watercolor art created by painters who meet weekly throughout the autumn and winter months. Classes are facilitated and taught by Mary Levingston at the Depot Art Center. Each piece of art is unique and influenced by the creative energy of the people and spaces around them.
Harwigs/L’Apogee, 911 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-1919
This month will be a group show with the artists from the Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts. The show will feature an engaging selection of works in oil, mixed media and photography from some of the region’s finest local artists.
Images of Nature Gallery, 730 Lincoln Ave., 970-871-1822
Legendary nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen has traveled the natural world for more than 40 years, observing and photographing Earth’s last great wild places. His work features new releases.
Rogue West Gallery, 941 Lincoln Ave., 970-846-3443
An “Art for Everyone” show will feature work by international artist Tadashi Hayakawa.
SkiTown Computing, 675 S. Lincoln Ave., Suite 3, 970-870-7984
Living in Steamboat and picking up a camera once more, Derek Guimond has been capturing the beauty of the moments he appreciates and the adventures life takes him on.
Steamboat Art Museum, 807 Lincoln Ave., 970-870-1755
Steamboat Art Museum is featuring the work of two local jewelry artists Susie Pace and Colleen Whiteman. Pace transforms locally recycled glass bottles into beautiful pieces of jewelry, dishes and more. Whiteman specializes in crystals and beadwork.
Steamboat Smokehouse, 912 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-7427
Artwork from students at Strawberry Park Elementary, Soda Creek Elementary and Steamboat Springs Middle School will be featured at the Smokehouse and Ciao Gelato. Viewing hours are 11 a.m. to 10 p.m. Monday through Friday.
Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts, 837 Lincoln Ave., 970-846-5970
The nonprofit gallery showcases a signature mix of diverse and varied regional art in all mediums, including oil, acrylic, watercolor, photography, encaustic, mixed media and kiln-formed glass. The gallery will also feature Sarah Juschka with her colorful, bold acrylics and Debbie Mathew with her spiritual and yoga-inspired art.
Tread of Pioneers Museum, 800 Oak St., 970-879-2214
The Tread of Pioneers will feature the show, “Two Friends Meet: Fine Art Prints Depicting Local Rancher Vernon Summer by Watercolor Artist Gary Hawk.” These limited edition fine art prints by renowned Western and wildlife watercolor artist Gary Hawk capture the mood, quality and simplistic lifestyle that is connected to Steamboat’s heritage. The prints bequeathed to the Tread of Pioneers Museum by the Vernon Summer estate feature Vernon Summer, the quintessential cowboy, working on his Sidney ranch, just south of Steamboat Springs.
Urbane, 703 Lincoln Ave., Suite B101, 970-879-9169
Local artist Sheldon Sickles is displaying new and old works, including wood burnings, paintings, collages, black-and-white drawings and skull-inspired artwork.
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