First Friday Artwalk listings for Oct. 7, 2016
Steamboat Springs — 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. The gallery presents the group exhibition “What Images Return” for October’s Friday Artwalk.
Pine Moon Fine Art, 117 Ninth St., 970-879-2787
The new gallery features the work of 14 local, well-established artists in an all0gallery show featuring bronze sculpture, fused glass, acrylic, oil, pencil and watercolor 2-D works, fiber art, photography and jewelry.
Creekside Cafe & Grill, 131 11th St., 970-879-4925
Creekside will host the images of Steve Miura, who said he loves the beauty of Steamboat and the West, which he captures and shares in his work. All proceeds will benefit the STARS program.
Fhysical Elements Personal Training, Ninth and Oak streets, 970-846-0828
Photographs created by Kelsey, who was born and raised in the mountains of Colorado, will be featured.
Harwigs/L’Apogee, 911 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-1919
“Still Thinking of Summer” is the theme of Tinker Tiffany’s new colorful paintings on silk. She will also exhibit her donation submission for The Bust of Steamboat fundraiser titled “Rose.”
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 includes new releases from the Steamboat area and Mangelson’s newest critically-acclaimed book, “The Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek.”
SkiTown Computing, 1104 Lincoln Ave., #102, 970-870-7984
Mack Maschmeier, a local graphic designer and illustrator, explores a linear illustration style using pen and ink. The show features a collection of freehand drawings of portraits and skulls, as well as some colorful minimalist cartography.
Steamboat Art Museum, 807 Lincoln Ave., 970-870-1755
SAM presents the 30th anniversary of the Plein Air Painters of America with an exhibit honoring the centennial of the National Parks Centennial along with their exquisite on-site paintings of the Yampa Valley. The exhibit closes Oct. 15.
Steamboat Smokehouse, 912 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-7427
The work of Annie Nash, a creative photographer who is always looking for new angles and perspectives, will be featured. Her background in performance art influences her photography, making it so the photos she takes tell a story through an exploration of space, color, movement and the body.
Steamboat Springs Center for Visual Arts, 837 Lincoln Ave., 970-846-5970
First Friday Artwalk will focus on local art at its best — colorful, diverse and accomplished. Representing 25 artists in all mediums — paintings, photography, mixed media, fiber, glass and more. Complimentary wine and snacks will be served.
Urbane, 703 Lincoln Ave., Suite B101, 970-879-9169
Urbane presents local artists Brian Redmon, Jessica Miller and Rachel Ocelus. This installation features a collection of mixed media art and photography.
Wild Horse Gallery, 802 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-5515
Wild Horse Gallery will feature new fall photographs by Rod Hanna.
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. In addition to exhibit opening on First Friday Artwalk, there will be an artist talk at noon on Saturday, Oct. 9 at the Depot Arts Center followed by an explorative walk on Rabbit Ears.
Comb Goddess, 1104 S. Lincoln Ave., Suite 102, 970-871-0606
Local artists Sarah Beurskens, Bennett Colvin and Shauna Lea Lamansky present new works in collage with ink/acrylic/stencil, watercolors and photography printed on non-traditional surfaces. Light bites and wine reception.
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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