In the last year, We've experienced some incredible celestial phenomenon over the Rocky Mountains. Starting in August, 2017 with the Great American Eclipse and more recently in January 2018 with the double Super Moons. The quality of this extraordinary light over the Colorado, Utah and Wyoming high altitude landscape inspired to me to consider the idea of the luminous in painting. ...
10 Year Anniversary Celebration Exhibition at Gallery MAR featuring extra special new works by each artist represented at the gallery.
A Solo Exhibition of Paintings
Curated by Chris Serr, Co-Owner, K Contemporary Gallery
January - February, 2019
1555 Blake St, Denver, Colorado
The American West, once the uncharted, undiscovered territory is not without its limitations. This picturesque open landscape is now shared by man’s footprint of over-development, industrial pollution and destructive mining practices. On the contrary, the ever-growing city brings us modern day conveniences, cutting-edge technology, infrastructure and anthropological opportunities. This exhibition explores the wild frontier juxtaposed with the urban habitat, and how we as humans both resist and rely on these finite environments.
- Curator: Robin Whatley,
1412 Wazee St, Denver, CO 80202
Meet Colorado artist Sarah Winkler, who will be delivering fresh new paintings, inspired by this summer’s solar eclipse. You will have a chance to preview Winkler’s freshest work and sample local wines from Old Town Cellars.
For the first time, Winkler will also be sharing and discussing her torn paper sketches, which guide the color palette and composition of her acrylic on panel paintings.
PAST / PRESENT features work by two Gallery Mar represented artists, Sarah Winkler and Pamela Murphy. With resplendently textured layers, Pamela Murphy and Sarah Winkler give the surface of their work its own individualized history, all the while giving elegant insight into a time in our collective past. Their paintings carry with them a feeling of quiet significance, as if each work holds within its layers a treasured account of the history of the world.
Altered Landscapes features five Space Gallery artists.
My new abstract landscape paintings take inspiration from the geology of mountain and desert terrains. I will also be showing for the first time a new series of abstracted works that highlight the chromatic shifts of Aspen trees across a high altitude landscape.
MARKS AARDSMA | PAT AARON | MONICA AIELLO | TYLER AIELLO | KATE BECK TONIA BONNELL | TAIKO CHANDLER NANCY CHARAK | DIANE CIONNI | JEFF CURRY | CARLENE FRANCES | KAREN FREEDMAN MICHAEL GADLIN | AMBER GEORGE | JASON LEE GIMBEL | JANE GUTHRIDGE | HOWARD HERSH | JEFF JUHLIN |NANCY KOENIGSBERG | JOANNE MATTERA | MICHAEL MCCLUNG | DIANE MCGREGOR | LISA PURDY | MIKE RAND LYNDA RAY | JODIE ROTH COOPER | BETSY STEWART | WILLIAM STOEHR | SARAH WINKLER
Sarah Winkler's highly stylized works are the result of a distinctive artistic practice deeply influenced by geological processes and elements. Drawn from memories of places she has visited, her fantastical and abstract landscapes possess a dynamism and energy that captures the exhilaration and presence of mind inspired by the beauty of nature. The materials she uses are themselves mixed with natural minerals such as marble, mica and iron oxide, cementing the narrative connection of the works to their subject.
Sarah Winkler's work lies at the boundaries of realism and abstraction, modernism and minimalism. In this exhibition of new work by the British-born artist, we are drawn into the rich and varied landscapes she constructs through her layered approach, the imagery inspired by mountainous Colorado surroundings and Western Deserts but ultimately formed by her signature aesthetic.