MAP: First Friday Artwalk Listings for Friday, Oct. 4
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS — Steamboat Springs’ First Friday Artwalk returns to businesses around town from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Oct. 4. 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’ exhibit “Autumn Art” represents a diverse collection of work. Riverwalk artists provide painting, photography and glasswork in Bliss Hall.
Imagine Art Studios
1125 Lincoln Ave. | 484-889-6753
Imagine, an enclave for creatives with unique perspectives, welcomes visitors to their 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 and an interesting cross section of styles and mediums. Enjoy listening to Dave and Melissa of Way Back and donate to the Bust of Steamboat fundraiser.
Young Bloods Collective at the Ski Locker
941 Lincoln Avenue, No. 100a | 941-321-2809
For October’s group show, “TRY IT!,” Young Bloods Collective invited members to create a piece in a style or medium that is new to them: a leap into the unknown.
1009 Lincoln Ave. | 970-439-8196
Gallery 89 presents “Tracks and Traces,” marking 50 years of internationally-acclaimed metal sculptor David Marshall’s work. “Tracks” celebrates markings from life forms on earth, which cannot be destroyed by humans or nature. “Traces” is a collaboration with glass artist Jennifer Baker that depicts carvings made by ice, water and human interference.
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.
813 Lincoln Ave. | 970-871-4791
Exclusively in Steamboat, whimsical and plein-air GlennaO paintings show Colorado beauty, travel inspiration, fascination of brilliant color and impressionistic style in oil, watercolor and acrylic.
Steamboat Art Museum
807 Lincoln Ave. | 970-870-1755
Over 50 artists from around the country exhibit the fall splendor of Routt County in plein air. “The Yampa is Wild” artist Jill Bergman is the featured artist at the SAM Museum Store. The exhibit runs through Nov. 2.
703 Lincoln Ave. | 970-879-9169
Colorado artist Lauren Barrett presents watercolor, acrylic and oil paintings inspired by nature.
Solar Flare Glasswork & Design
635 Lincoln Ave., Suite M | 970-875-3420
Solar Flare offers live glassblowing demonstrations and classes.
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.
116 Eighth St. | 970-871-4723
Printmaker and freelance artist Kristina Petrash exhibits her copper etchings and screen printing.
Wild Horse Gallery
802 Lincoln Ave. | 970-819-2850
Wild Horse artists have enjoyed the season and offer a variety of paintings for viewers.
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. | 970-846-7879
“Gratitude” supports the Bust of Steamboat for Breast Cancer Awareness Month. The exhibit features artworks in acrylic, bronze, graphite, glass, jewelry, oil, paper, photography, printmaking, textile and watercolor.
842 Lincoln Ave. – Above Lyon’s Drug No. 9 | 970-846-1063
The Squire Building offers multiple shows in several boutique galleries including whimsical, abstract seascapes and flowers from artist Suzi Mitchell; original encaustic and acrylic works by Cherie Duty; acrylics by colorist Deb Proper; handmade jewelry by Leila Duty; and fine art photography from the photographers from Lizzie Larock’s Photo Camp.
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