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The Road Less Traveled: Personal Journeys in Contemporary Art
January 7 @ 6:00 pm
The Road Less Traveled is a juried exhibition of contemporary work by artists residing in the Denver area who are pushing the boundaries of material and concept.
EDGE Gallery has exhibited groundbreaking contemporary art for more than 30 years and has been instrumental in presenting important artists and art work in our region.
The show features juror, André Lippard who commented this about the exhibit: “When I was asked to jury this show, The Road Less Traveled, I was focused on work that not only evoked a sentiment, either literal or metaphorical, but displayed a high quality in technique. My motto has always been “art should speak for itself” and I applied that to this selection. There were so many great pieces to choose from, in the end I feel my selections combined may speak to each other as well as the audience.”
Artist featured in The Road Less Traveled are: Lyndy Bush, Tara Kelley-Cruz, Shelley Hull, Ken Peterson, Christy Lynne Seving, Lauren Lipinski Eisen, Linda Farrelly, William Rohns, Jim Halvorsen, Justin ‘Proxy-mo’ Brown, Leo Franco, Kathy Knaus, Rich Chamberlain, Peter Herod, Lindsay Seier, Kelly Frappier Larson, Kathy Fisher, Carolyn Doran, Dustin Hampton, Thomas Shepherd, Jenn Merz CQ, Denise Zubizarreta, Jesse Neumann, Leslie Van Stelten, Lisabeth Blanche, Carolyn Moore, Felecia Ashby, SheRa Kelley, Neal Pierman, Sen Nguyen, Colleen Tully, Erica Kaye Smith, Jenny Wilson, and Terry Decker.
The Road Less Traveled will be on display at EDGE from January 7th – January 23rd.
An opening reception will take place during First Friday on January 7th starting at 6pm.
Saturday & Sunday: 12-5pm
Private viewings available by appointment.
Visit www.edgeart.org for more info.
**EDGE Gallery is following local state mandates and requires all visitors to wear a mask while in the gallery.**
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