05/09/2014 to 07/27/2014
Process to Consumption presented by Create Denver, provides Denver-based artists with limited studio time on the third floor of the McNichols Building and 24 "vessels" to create their original artworks. This show challenges both the artist and audience by providing the public a rare opportunity to share in dialog and witness the artists' creative process from conception to the many stages, methods and perspectives of execution, leading to the final exhibition, July 10 - 27.
The residency creates a framework that will help the audience to examine and embrace the role of the artist, the exhibition and themselves. By sharing the foundational value of the working artist, we also create a deeper understanding of the economics of buying art and important role artists play in our city.
For the artists, the environment is a performative experience that encourages collaboration, experimentation and a forum in which to exchange ideas with each other and the audience.
Saturdays and Sundays: 10am – 3pm or by appointment. To make an appointment, please call 720-865-4303 or email firstname.lastname@example.org.
LIVE STUDIO HOURS:
Saturdays and Sundays: 10am – 3pm
painter, classic, expressionist, drawing
Jared David Paul Anderson
painter, abstraction, primal, expressive
painter, portraiture, contemporary, complicated
painter, abstractions, printmaker, stumbler, slow thinker, dreamer
installations, reinterpretations, assemblages, grotesque, humor
Laura Shill & Amber Cobb
photography, collage, drawing, sculpture, installation
collective, collaboration of mediums, expressionism, zoobiquity
painter, mixed media, subliminal, political, woodblock
Process: Opening Reception
Friday, May 9, 6-8pm
Primative Mark Making - Workshop by Jared David Paul Anderson
Saturday, May 31, 11am-1pm
Rembrandt: Paint by Numbers - Workshop by Michael Dowling
Saturday, June 14, 11am-2pm
Consumption: Opening Reception & Wine Pairing Event
Thursday, July 10, 6-9pm
The Forum Stories - Theme: Process
Friday, July 18, 6-9pm
What You See Is Not What You See: A Demo & Dialog with Homare Ikeda
Saturday, July 19, 11am-1pm