MAP: Steamboat First Friday Artwalk listings for February 2019
Steamboat Springs’ First Friday Artwalk returns to businesses around town from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Feb. 1. See participating locations and learn about the artists by exploring the interactive map below.
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Depot Art Center
1001 13th St., 970-879-9008
Using kiln-formed glass, sculptural ceramics and printmaking, Denise Bohart Brown, Julie Anderson and Jill Bergman transform their rigid media into curving lines to express energy and flow in “FLOW.” Friends of the Yampa will be in the Platform Gallery with photos by Kent Vertrees, Cyndi Marlowe and Cody Perry.
Jace Romick Gallery
837 Lincoln Ave., 970-846-8377
Fine art photography and custom frames by Jace Romick along with oil paintings and bronze sculptures from other renowned artists.
1009 Lincoln Ave., 970-439-8196
This month features the collaboration of two artists: David Marshall’s dynamic metal work and Jennifer Baker’s sleek glass sculptures. The result? This month’s featured exhibition, “Symbiosis II.”
Linda Israel Signature Collection
750 Lincoln Ave., 970-846-7062
Colorful, soulful limited edition works of Israel’s creatures of the wild. This month will be a benefit night for Yampatika and feature a new Linda Israel print release.
Mangelsen Images of Nature
730 Lincoln Ave., 970-846-7062
Nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen has traveled the natural world for more than 40 years, observing and photographing Earth’s last great wild places.
Pine Moon Fine Art
117 Ninth St., 970-846-7879
The gallery will feature kaleidoscopic landscape paintings inspired by nature from Pine Moon’s Lance Whitner, this year’s Winter Carnival poster artist.
Red West Contemporary Art
1125 Lincoln Ave., 970-846-7879
A new show, “Fifty Ways to Leave Your Lover,” with works created by Kristen Woodward with mixed-media pieces, encourages a dialogue around domestic violence and gender issues.
Steamboat Art Museum
807 Lincoln Ave., 970-870-1755
James Morgan’s “Moments in the Wild” is a retrospective exhibit showcasing a lifetime of works by one of America’s foremost nature and wildlife painters.
115 9th St., Lincoln Ave., 970-846-1783
New York artist and Oehme Graphics printmaker Deborah Freedman will showcase her landscape images of the Elk River Valley.
Wild Horse Gallery
802 Lincoln Ave., 970-819-2850
Wild Horse Gallery features “Winter,” a collection of snow scenes by its gallery artists in celebration of the 2019 Winter Carnival.
813 Lincoln Ave., 970-871-4791
Long-time local artist Glenna Olmsted will showcase her impressionistic works featuring colored oils, acrylics and watercolors on canvas.
911 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-1919
Off the Beaten Path
68 9th St., 970-879-6830
The bookstore will welcome author Susan Cunningham in celebration of her first teen novel, “Crow Flight.”
1104 Lincoln Ave., #101, 970-367.3773
Solar Flare Glasswork & Design
635 Lincoln Ave., Suite M, 970-875-3420
The Fire & Ice photographic series portrays the alchemy of those two elements aligning with the magic of creating cast metal and blown glass sculptures.
The Ski Locker
941 Lincoln Ave., #100a, 941-321-2809
Young Bloods Collective will showcase creative pet portraits, inspired by artist member’s pets along with mythical or imaginary creatures.
703 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-9169
This month ink and watercolor interpretations of western desert and mountain landscapes, including Hahn’s Peak and Monument Valley, by Red Rocks Art will be featured.
617 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-2483
Jonalyn Fincher’s watercolors inspired by the seasons of Steamboat will be showcased and live demos will be featured.
Tread of Pioneers Museum
800 Oak St., 970-367-3773
This month will showcase artist Sarah Gjertson’s “Human Imprint: Structures, Artifacts and Women.” This project uncovers the history and importance of some of Colorado’s fragile mining sites and the lesser-known stories of women in these areas.
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