MAP: First Friday Artwalk listings for Dec. 6, 2019
Steamboat Springs’ First Friday Artwalk returns to businesses around town from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Dec. 6. See participating locations and learn about the artists by exploring the interactive map below.
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1001 13th St. | 970-879-9008
Steamboat Creates artist members have turned the Depot Art Center into a gift shop for the month of December. Riverwalk Collective displays traditional to contemporary pieces with a Steamboat twist, with a reception on Dec. 6.
Imagine Art Studios
1125 Lincoln Ave. | 484-889-6753
Imagine welcomes visitors to its second-floor studios — enter through the east purple door.
Windfall Fine Art Gallery
1015 Lincoln Ave. | 970-761-8000
Windfall Fine Art Gallery represents local and regional artists whose styles and mediums include oil and acrylic paintings, mixed media, kiln-formed glass, photography, jewelry, printmaking, ceramics and giclee prints. Music by Sari Davidson.
Young Bloods Collective at the Ski Locker
941 Lincoln Ave., No. 100a | 941-321-2809
This solo exhibition of local artist Paulina M. Johnson showcases both her paper artwork and her artistic process.
1009 Lincoln Ave. | 970-439-8196
Gallery 89 offers carefully curated masterworks from local and international talent, ranging from traditional to avant-garde.
911 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-1919
GlennaO’s whimsical, plein-air paintings feature Colorado beauty, travel inspiration, brilliant color and impressionistic style and are shown exclusively in Steamboat.
Jace Romick Gallery
837 Lincoln Ave. | 970-846-8377
The Jace Romick Gallery and R-Diamond Gallery are two galleries that pair Steamboat’s rich ranching heritage with a contemporary western aesthetic.
Steamboat Art Museum
807 Lincoln Ave. | 970-870-1755
“Richard Galusha Retrospective: An Artist’s Journey” opens Dec. 6 and runs through April 11. Galusha is a local artist, educator, gallery owner and museum co-founder displaying more than 30 years worth of work.
703 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-9169
Nick Wiedbusch is a graphic designer, painter, dad and screen printer, working toward making sense of reality, with special guest Sheldon Sickles.
Solar Flare Glasswork & Design
635 Lincoln Ave., Suite M | 970-875-3420
A live glassblowing demonstration features guest artist Edgar Valentine, who was a contestant on the Netflix series “Blown Away.”
Tom Mangelsen: Images of Nature
730 Lincoln Ave. | 970-871-1822
Legendary nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen has traveled throughout the natural world for nearly 50 years photographing the Earth’s last great wild places.
Wild Horse Gallery
802 Lincoln Ave. | 970-819-2850
The gallery features new arrivals in bronze, oil, pastel, etching and glass.
Tread of Pioneers Museum
800 Oak St. | 970-879-2214
“Postcards of the Past” showcases the history of Steamboat Springs as a tourist destination through the lens of vintage postcards, travel guides and memorabilia from the first half of the 20th century.
Pine Moon Fine Art
117 Ninth St. | 970-879-2787
Acrylic painter Carol Jean’s collection of winter paintings from the past year.
115 Ninth St., Lincoln Ave. | 970-846-1783
W Gallery will preview new work by Theodore Benson. “Off Premises” explores facets of Steamboat’s commercial landscape and scenes from Seville, Spain.
842 Lincoln Ave., above Lyon’s Drug | 970-846-1063
Squire Studios offers holiday gifts, artwork and an eclectic array of winter-inspired accessories by Cherie Duty, Leila Duty, Lizzie Larock, Deb Proper, Emmanuelle Vital and Suzi Mitchell.
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