First Friday Artwalk in Steamboat Springs

First Friday Artwalk in Steamboat Springs

Today, May 7th, is the First Friday Artwalk in downtown Steamboat Springs.  Below is a list of some of the venues who are participating tonight between the hours of 5pm to 8pm.

Artists’ Gallery of Steamboat, 1009 Lincoln, 879-4744.

The Artists’ Gallery of Steamboat showing the works of 28 local artists—paintings, sculptures, ceramics, fiber and glass art. Featuring the Eggs to Ovaries show, a fundraiser for the Norma Livingston Ovarian Cancer Foundation.

Images of Nature 730 Lincoln Ave. 871-1822

The work of internationally acclaimed photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen. Featuring new Colorado and Steamboat images, signed copies of The Natural World (2008 Coffee Table Book of the year) and Tom’s first DVD collection containing over 125 classic and never before seen photographs. Yet another award: Tom’s “Polar Dance” was named one of the 40 most important nature photographs of all time in celebration of the 40th anniversary of Earth Day.

Steamboat Art Museum, 807 Lincoln Avenue, 870-1755.

The Steamboat Art Museum is closed until May 28th. Please join us on that date for a public reception celebrating the opening of our two summer exhibits: Native American Jewelry by artist Harvey Begay and David Taylor Quilts.

Chocolate Soup, 737 Lincoln Ave., 870-0225

With permanent collections in Arizona and Colorado, Professor Charles Hardy’s work has been admired throughout the U.S. and Japan. Hardy’s prints are created in the same manner as Renaissance artists; he etches and engraves using the same type of tools and press used in the 1400s. He also did a sabbatical in Sendai Japan in printmaking. Hardy also works in precious metals and paints.

Creekside Café, 131 11th Street, 879-4925.

Patricia Bolton: My work, no longer about subject matter explains the eclectic nature of the paintings. My first love was painting dark women in their spirit form. The real content of my work is simple structure that attracts me. I go for all the color composition and contrast I can.

Epicurean Cafe, 825 Oak St., 875-0997

The Epicurean Café is featuring photographs of The Galapagos Islands and New Zealand by Bruce Roemmich and watercolors of Kauai by Rebecca Pauvert Refreshments will be served

OlympianSalesCenter , 5th and Yampa, 879-8100

K. Saari Gallery will be hosting a First Friday reception at the Olympian Sales Center downtown on 5th St. from 5 to 8 pm, May 7. Please join us for a preview show of selected abstract paintings by new gallery artist Will Day.

For the complete list of participants please click here.  Please come out and support your local art community tonight and every first Friday of the month.

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