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First Friday Artwalk listings for Nov. 4, 2016

Madeleine Erps, 6, gazes at artwork on the wall of the Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts during First Friday Artwalk on Friday. First Friday Artwalk events will take place from 5 to 8 p.m in downtown Steamboat Springs.
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Jace Romick Gallery, 813 Lincoln Ave. inside the Chief Theatre, 970-846-3877

Jace Romick R Diamond Gallery features local photographer Jace Romick’s photography and frames. Photographs capturing the American West and its lifestyle are paired with Romick’s handcrafted artisanal frames. Also representing world-renowned turn of the century Native American photographer Roland Read.

Gallery 89, 1009 Lincoln Ave., 970-439-8196

An exciting new art gallery that Steamboat Today describes as “combining contemporary art with more traditional works.” Seamlessly fusing international visions with local talent, Gallery 89 spans the aesthetic spectrum with compelling and provocative art. 

Pine Moon Fine Art, 117 Ninth St., 970-879-2787

An all-gallery show featuring bronze and glass sculptures; oil, acrylic and watercolor paintings; fiber art; photography; and jewelry. Sandra Sherrod’s new novel, “How to Murder a Mouse: A Philosopher’s Tale,” will also be featured.

Fhysical Elements Personal Training, Ninth and Oak streets, 970-846-0828

Multimedia artist Brandie Bond presents a collection of “Curious Things” — 2D and 3D works of art using scrimshaw, pyrography and photography that explore the concepts of impermanence, change and the passing of time. Infused waters and healthy snacks will be served.

Images of Nature Gallery, 730 Lincoln Ave., 970-871-1822

The work of legendary nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen will be on display.

SkiTown Computing, 1104 Lincoln Ave., #102, 970-870-7984

Steamboat transplants, Julia Ben-Asher and Ryan Ernstes, explore what it means to be part of this quirky, stunning, inspiring town. Photographs and sketches capture elements of outdoor adventuring — hikes, campfires, trees, snow, mud, furry friends — that are, in simplicity and gratitude, a tribute to Steamboat’s beauty and spirit.

Steamboat Art Museum, 807 Lincoln Ave., 970-870-1755

The Steamboat Art Museum is open with a fabulous new store layout. Featured artist this month is local painter Julia Dordoni.  

Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts, 837 Lincoln Ave., 970-846-5970

Local art at its best – colorful, diverse and accomplished.  Paintings, photography, mixed media, fiber, glass and more. Complimentary wine and cheese.

URBANE, 703 Lincoln Ave., Suite B101, 970-879-9169

URBANE presents Denver resident Kevin Weinreich, who runs a company called Someday K Someday K — an art company comprised of Kevin’s art, print, paint, apparel and design. His funky, colorful custom prints will be on display.  

Wild Horse Gallery, 802 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-5515

Wild Horse Gallery will host it “Holiday Market” featuring gift items for the holidays, including small paintings and prints, glass, wood and books.

Depot Art Center, 1001 13th St., 970-879-9008

Topo Typography: Diane Cionni and Christie Stepan explore pattern, repetition and meaning formation through drawing and installation. Working side by side, they invent a drawn language, reminiscent of topographic maps and palimpsests, a patchwork of experience, mark-making and record. Also featured will be Dancing Trees, a series of abstract aspen photos by Karen Desjardin, opening in the Platform Gallery.

Lyon Drug, 840 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-1114

Lyon’s is proud to feature the original work of 12 local artists on greeting cards. Meet the artists and hear about the inspiration for these Yampa Valley images and see the variety of cards being produced locally.


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