New work by Judy Anderson and Steve Austin, Spark Gallery, October 21 - November 14, 2021
Spark is open Thursday 12-5 pm | Friday 12-7 pm | Saturday 12-5 pm | Sunday 1-4 pm\ Located on the corner of 9th and Santa Fe Drive in the heart of Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe\ \ Judy Anderson - Reading a Life. So Far.\ Pareidolia: the imagined perception of a pattern or meaning where it does not actually exist. Mixed media sculptural works create fragmented memories and voices. Works include collaborations with Ginny Hoyle and Kyoko Ono.\ \ Steve Austin - Cattails and Cardiology\ My art seeks out patterns and geometries in the Natural World. The seemingly chaotic energies we observe expanding our physical universe is of the same source as the energy that illuminates the tail of a firefly. No one action is mundane. All are sublime.\ \ Annalee Schorr - Tape-estry\ My fascination with unusual materials in my art has led to an entire exhibit centered on duct tape. All the paintings feature duct tape — sometimes lots of it, sometimes minimally. And the floor is covered with geometric patterning done in duct tape. The work is greatly influenced by Guatemalan and Peruvian textiles, and by Navajo and Turkish weavings.
- Start:October 21, 2021
- End:November 14, 2021
- Where:Spark Gallery, 900 Santa Fe Drive,, Denver County, Colorado, United States, 80204
- Event Type: Other
- Ticket Price:N/A