MAP: Steamboat First Friday Artwalk listings for January 2019
Steamboat Springs’ First Friday Artwalk returns to businesses around town from 5 to 8 p.m. Friday, Jan. 4. 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
Sari Davidson’s printmaking solo exhibit features winter garden flowers and birds. The Platform Gallery features sculptures from Gillian Harper and mono prints from Paula Zinsmeiter.
Jace Romick Gallery
837 Lincoln Ave., 970-846-8377
Jace Romick’s fine art photography and custom frames are featured along with oil paintings and bronze sculptures from other renowned artists.
1009 Lincoln Ave., 970-439-8196
The gallery features carefully curated masterworks from Europe, along with work by local artists.
911 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-1919
Glenna Olmsted, longtime local, will showcase her new impressionistic work shown only in Steamboat.
Linda Israel Signature Collection
750 Lincoln Ave., 970-846-7062
Colorful, soulful limited-edition works of Israel’s creatures of the wild. Meet the artist as she makes an appearance this month.
Mangelsen Images of Nature
730 Lincoln Ave., 970-871-1822
Nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen has traveled the natural world for more than 40 years, observing and photographing Earth’s last great wild places.
Off the Beaten Path
68 Ninth St., 970-879-6830
Author Jennifer Skiff will host an author talk and book signing event featuring her newest book, “Rescuing Ladybugs.”
Pine Moon Fine Art
117 Ninth St., 970-846-7879
“Whiteout” celebrates the snowy season with bronze and glass sculptures along with oil, acrylic, pencil, watercolor paintings, fiber works, monotype, photography and jewelry.
Red West Contemporary Art
1125 Lincoln Ave., 12th St., 970-846-7879
The gallery presents new work by Steamboat artists Brian Bonebrake, Lisa Mann and Rob Williams.
1104 Lincoln Ave., No. 101, 970-367-3773
Learn about the art of glass by experiencing live glass-blowing demonstrations during First Friday Art Walk.
The Ski Locker
941 Lincoln Avenue, No. 100A, 303-882-4927
January is the Young Bloods Collective’s birthday month, with the creative group turning two. In celebration, a group show featuring a variety of artist members’ work will be showcased.
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.
Tread of Pioneers Museum
800 Oak St., 970-879-2214
This month showcases “Human Imprint: Structures, Artifacts & Women” with prints by artist Sarah Gjertson. The new exhibit uncovers the history of Colorado mining sites and the lesser-known stories of women in these areas.
703 Lincoln Ave., 970-879-9169
Combining laser cutting, painting and digital mediums, local artist Liza Stout’s new series examines topographic lines and the impact humans have on the environment.
115 9th St., Lincoln Ave., 970-846-1783
The work of Deborah Freedman, a New York painter and printmaker who prints with Oehme Graphics, will be featured. Her work involves landscape images of the Elk River Valley.
Wild Horse Gallery
802 Lincoln Ave., 970-819-2850
New oil paintings by Tom Lockhart will be featured.
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