June First Friday Artwalk proceeds as online, in-person hybrid
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — June’s virtual First Friday Artwalk features several new collaborations as well as a tentative step forward into hosting in-person art gatherings.
A collaborative exhibit between local landscape painter Chula Beauregard and Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp will be featured at the Depot Art Center. In “Roots: A Year at Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts School and Camp,” Beauregard displays paintings from her year of study of Perry-Mansfield’s 80-acre campus side by side with materials exploring Perry-Mansfield’s 107-year history. Five% of proceeds from Beauregard’s Roots pieces will be donated to Perry-Mansfield.
The Depot will feature live music and welcome Artwalk participants in limited numbers to attend the show Friday. People may also purchase paintings online or schedule a personal, half-hour tour of the gallery from Tuesday to July 2.
Also at The Depot is the exhibit, “Something in the Air,” a gallery by Riverwalk Collective. This exhibit features the following.
- Leslie Bell’s oil pastels
- Audrey Bortz’ photography
- John Lanterman’s photography
- Anna Lee Lipman’s oil and acrylic paintings
- Al Reiner’s photography
- Jason Santucci’s photography
- Oil painting by Susan Schiesser
- Greg Effinger’s oil and acrylic paintings
- David Winters’ woodwork
The rest of this month’s Artwalk exhibits take place online.
In “Joy in Color: The Art of Alcohol Inks,” Anastasia Kenner displays a variety of flora, landscapes, structures and more with varied palettes.
Pine Moon Gallery features a new exhibit called “Views from Within,” which explores the shared experience of sheltering and seclusion. This show includes the following.
- Jill Bergman’s linocut of her family’s garden
- Susan Corser’s watercolors exploring changing seasons
- Lance Whitner’s acrylic and wax pencil of a waterfall
- Sue Gallion’s hand-painted and quilted fabric depiction of window view
- Susan Gill Jackson’s oil piece exploring migration and change
- Carol Jean’s acrylic exploration of grief
- Abby Jenson’s series of the American goldfinch
- Paulina M. Johnson’s paper art representing the ebb and flow of the pandemic
- Dedi Knox’s watercolor of songbirds
- Sandi Poltorak’s depiction in graphite pencil of a porcupine
- Maggie Smith’s monotype representations of reading
- Tibby Speare’s tributes in sterling silver to flowers
- Sandy Graves’ bronze statue of a lanky moose
- Jennifer Baker’s kiln-formed glass work of blooming flowers
What: “Roots: A Year at Perry-Mansfield Performing Arts Camp” exhibit
When: 5 to 7 p.m. Friday, June 5
Where: Depot Art Center, 1001 13th St.
Virtual art walkers may chat virtually with artists and gallery owners at steamboatcreates.org. Supporters of First Friday Artwalk include Besame and Mambo.
Julia Ben-Asher is a contributing writer for Steamboat Pilot & Today.
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