Hats & Masks Fundraiser

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We're trying something new this year for a fundraiser. It's an exhibit, but it's a little different than the way we usually do exhibits. The juried entries of wearable hats or masks will show on the community wall and throughout the gallery during the month of October. Entrants will be able to pick up any unsold pieces just in time to wear them for their Halloween parties. Click below for more information and entry form.

Registration Deadline: EXTENDED! Enter by September 25. Artists must pre-register. Be sure to include entry fees!

Show Dates: September 28, – October 25, 2019
Open to all Colorado artists. Masks and hats of all kinds: Traditional/Cultural/World; Sci-fi/Cosplay, Masquerade, etc.

 
1st Place: Poppies by Lily Gauthier

1st Place: Poppies by Lily Gauthier

Visions in AbstracT, A JURIED SHOW

Denver contemporary abstract artist, Doug Kacena, kindly agreed to jury this show. He received his undergraduate education in Fine Art (Painting) and Art History (Modern & Contemporary American Art) from the University of Colorado in Boulder. In 2000, he founded Denver Artists Services Association (DASA) a not-for-profit organization providing guidance for artists.

Doug is very active in the Colorado arts community. He is the Co-Owner of Artuvus Studios, partners with 1261 Gallery and Abend Gallery in 1412 Gallery Collective, Co-Owner and Director of K Contemporary gallery in Denver..

1st place:  Poppies by Lily Gauthier in watercolor

2nd Place:  Remembering Mountains by Stacey Roberts in soft pastel

Merit Awards:
Wave by Annette Sapp in alabaster


Searching
by Carolyn Tegeder in acrylic


Celeste
by Lily Gauthier in acrylic

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January 2018

Classes Galore and More at the Lakewood Arts Gallery

Posted by Gail Firmin on January 16, 2018

For 30 years the Lakewood Arts Gallery has been a place to not only view artwork from local Colorado artists, but a place to immerse yourself in a creative community that offers fun events such as soup tastings and Valentine teas, musical, literary and performance arts and a chance to further your education with an interesting array of class offerings. Take a look at the Winter 2018 schedule of classes: Oil painting with Lakewood Arts founder, Barb Tobiska, Saturday evening Sip & Pour acrylic workshops, painting underwater scenes on YUPO, learning about copyright law for artists and even a Yog(a)rt workshop where a vinyasa flow and meditation session is followed by the creation of your own personal mandala. Mosaics, “Drink-n-Ink”, encaustic wax collage and even a mixed media floral workshop to usher in spring will allow students to fulfill that New Year’s resolution to try something new. All these classes and workshops can be found at lakewoodarts.org/classes—workshops2.html . There’s always something new and creative going on at Lakewood Arts! Call the gallery at 303 980-0625 or go to lakewoodarts.org to learn more.Lakewood Arts is located next to Casa Bonita at 6731 W. Colfax Ave Lakewood, 80214.


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May 2019

INSPIRE Arts Week, May 30 through June 8, 2019,

is a 10-day annual event that features free and discounted arts and cultural events through more than 15 Lakewood partner organizations. It includes gallery openings, activities, classes and performances for the whole family. It was born from a community visioning process in 2010, and the event draws attention to the rich and vibrant arts and cultural scene present in Lakewood by connecting the community with its plentiful, diverse and ongoing arts and cultural opportunities and businesses. In 2016, it INSPIRE Arts Week was named "Best Event" in the large community category of the Governor's Awards for Downtown Excellence.

 Share your experiences on social media with the hashtag #InspireLakewood!

 

 

May 2019

Lakewood Art Gallery-Summer Tails of the Painted Cats Tour Kickoff

We are kicking off our 2019 Tails of the Painted Cats Summer Tour at the Lakewoood Arts Council Gallery on Friday evening from 5-9PM.  View all the cats and meet the artists. 6731 W. Colfax Ave. (just west of Casa Bonita fountain).  Wine and snacks will be served at the reception.