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Aspen Grove Fine Arts Traditional to Contemporary Paintings & Sculpture
“Country Mile Wide”, Mixed Media, also available as hand-embellished limited edition, 50x60 inches
Carrie Fell “Break New Ground” Exhibition with Artist July 28 and 29
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“Garden” from the Spheric Series, Mixed Media, 32x32 inches
James Jensen “Mad Science” Exhibition with Artist July 5 and 6
525 E Cooper Avenue • Courtyard Gallery • Aspen, Colorado 81611 • 970-925-5151 Open Daily 10am to 9pm • email@example.com • www.aspengroveart.com
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Joan Miro “L’Oiseau Mongol” 41” x 28”
ANDY WARHOL NICOLE CHARBONET BERTIL VALLIEN EDWARD LENTSCH SALVADOR DALI
JOAN MIRO JAMALI LYNDA LOWE JUDITH KINDLER MARC CHAGALL
PEIRRE AUGUSTE RENOIR MICHAEL SCHULTHEIS GUSTAVO TORRES UDO ZEMBOK PABLO PICASSO
Ashley Collins “Alchemist” 5’ x 10’
True Power ‑ 11 New Works
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May 5.13 Aspen Art Museum welcomes The Anxiety of Photography, featuring work by Colby Bird, Liz Deschenes, Roe Ethridge, Brendan Fowler, and Mario Garcia Torres. Opening night is May 23, and exhibition runs through July 17.
5.13 Nico Muhly demonstrates the ways music can be conceived, performed, or experienced as a public art. Muhly’s work is displayed at the Aspen Art Museum through July 17 and will play a central role in the museum’s Fourth of July Parade float entry. 5.20 Best known for sculpture and installations, Cathy Wilkes
presents her first one-person U.S. museum exhibition, and the first to focus on her paintings. Shows through July 17 at Aspen Art Museum. 5.25 Aspen Art Museum hosts a reception to celebrate the artists of the Roaring Fork. Open 5–7PM.
JUNE 6.1 212 Gallery features Robert Brinker, whose work includes cut magazine centerfolds. Runs through June. 6.2 Eco Art Exhibition opens at Red Brick Center for the Arts, featuring art made from recycled and/or reclaimed objects. Exhibit runs
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through June 24, with $4,500 in prizes given to school art departments. Opening reception June 2, 5–7PM. 6.3 Head to Ravenheart for Carbondale’s First Friday gallery stroll, offering fine wine and delicious, healthy treats. 6.16 Aspen Grove Fine Arts presents Britten: ethereal landscapes embracing the universal elements of nature. Artist in attendance, 4–8PM; also June 17, 1–5PM. 6.16 Aspen Grove Fine Arts presents the Impressionist landscapes, florals, and barn-themed work of Eric Wallis. Artist in attendance, 4–8PM; also June 17, 1–5PM.
6.17 Galerie Maximillian introduces Seduction: The Allure of Flowers, featuring contemporary artists Cameron Gray, E. V. Day, Paul Morrison, and Marc Quinn. Exhibit runs through July 24, with all works incorporating flowers. 6.23 Aspen Art Museum hosts a reception for The Anxiety of Photography, Cathy Wilkes, and Nico Muhly. 6–8PM. 6.24 Join Anderson Ranch Arts Center for a lunchtime mini-auction of original artwork by Ranch faculty, visiting artists, staff, and students. Barbecue lunch begins 11:45AM, auctionette noon–1PM. 6.24 Experience the work of American contemporary still-life artist Donald Sultan and diverse-media artist Marc Swanson at Baldwin Gallery through July 24. Opening reception July 5. 6.25 The Ann Korologos Gallery welcomes painter and sculptor Colin Poole with his work Dreams and Realities. Join Poole at a reception and talk, 6–8PM. 6.29 As part of the 2011 Featured Artists Lecture Series, Anderson Ranch welcomes Wangechi Mutu, who uses collage as a means of both physically and conceptually bringing layered depth to her work. Free and open to the public; seat reservations required. Doors open 7PM.
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through September 5; opening reception July 29. 7.30 Red Brick Center for the Arts’ Annual Art Auction & Festival showcases local artists from the Roaring Fork Valley, 1–3PM. Events include a silent auction, art demonstrations, and performances.
august 8.1 Forré & Co. Fine Art presents Seen/Unseen, a solo show by mixed-media sculptor, painter, and photographer Judith Kindler. Jill Soukup, Dark and Light Horses. Oil on Panel, 8 in. x 10 in. Ann Korologos Gallery.
Forré & Co. Fine Art welcomes True Power, a solo show featuring eleven new works by Ashley Collins, a widely recognized contemporary artist. 7.1 Head to Ravenheart for Carbondale’s First Friday gallery stroll, offering fine wine and delicious, healthy treats. 7.1 212 Gallery features bronze sculptures by Guy Dill. Exhibition runs throughout July. 7.2 David Floria Gallery presents the solo show of Andrew Millner: new paintings and prints use trees and plants to explore our relationship to the “natural.” Exhibit runs through July 24.
7.5 Aspen Grove Fine Arts presents the popular contemporary artist James Jensen and his new works in a series entitled Mad Science. Artist reception July 5 and 6, 2–8PM. 7.8 Aspen Grove Fine Art presents Bob Wilfong’s fluid bronze sculptures. Artist reception in the Courtyard Gallery 2–8PM. 7.9 Anderson Ranch hosts Shoot, its 15th Annual Recognition Dinner. This year’s honorees include Laurie Simmons, Carroll Dunham, Melva Bucksbaum, and Raymond Learsy. Celebration starts at 6PM with cocktails, a live and silent auction, then dinner, followed by a special afterparty. 7.16 Ann Korologos Gallery welcomes Colorado artist and painter Jill Soukup with her collection
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Painterly America. Exhibit runs through August 6; artist reception and talk July 16, 6–8PM. 7.27 Join Aspen Art Museum in its Architecture Lecture Series for a discussion with Salwa Mikou of renowned Paris-based firm Mikou Design Studio. 7.28 Aspen Grove Fine Arts presents Carrie Fell, renowned for her spirited contemporary Western work. Artist in attendance, July 28, 4–8PM, and July 29, 1–5PM. 7.28 Aspen Art Museum holds a reception for artists Hague Yang and Stephen Shore 6–8PM. The exhibition runs through October 9. 7.29 Baldwin Gallery presents fine-art photographer Taryn Simon and contemporary German artist Rebecca Horn. Exhibit runs
8.1 Head to 212 Gallery to see featured works by Ai Kijima. Running through August. 8.2 David Floria Gallery hosts Toward the Third Dimension, curated by Barbara Berger. Runs through September 5 with a reception on August 2, 6–8PM. 8.3-5 Aspen Art Museum hosts artCRUSH 2011, where prominent artists, art collectors, curators, gallery owners, celebrities, and philanthropists gather for one week in Aspen. Kick off with wineCRUSH at John and Amy Phelan’s Aspen home at 6PM, followed by previewCRUSH, a cocktail reception at Baldwin Gallery, August 4 at 6PM, and an afterpartyCRUSH, August 5 at 6PM. 8.4 Pismo Gallery hosts an artists’ reception for Scott Fraser, Bob Jackson, Skip Steinworth, George Fischer, and Nancy Switzer, 5–8PM. Exhibit runs through August 30.
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Gallery calendar 8.5 The opening of Sculpture and Works on Paper by sculptor and installation artist Richard Dupont comes to Galerie Maximillian. Runs through September.
8.6 Christopher Martin Gallery presents new works on acrylic and canvas by Christopher Martin, with opening reception for guest artist Nancy Lovendahl, 6–9PM.
8.5 Aspen Grove Fine Arts presents James Scoppettone’s masterful Impressionist landscapes. Artist reception 2–6PM; also August 6, 2–6PM.
8.6-8 ArtAspen features 30 art dealers at the Aspen Ice Garden. Opening preview brunch August 6 benefiting Aspen Art Museum. 10AM–noon, $100; noon–8PM, $20 at the door. August 7, 11AM–8PM;
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August 8, 11AM–5PM. 800-211-0640. art-aspen.com 8.10 Ann Korologos Gallery features Icons and Muses by Tomás Lasansky through September 4, with a reception, artist talk, and book signing August 10, 6–8PM. 8.13 Anderson Ranch hosts its 31st Annual Art Auction, with more than 200 artworks to be auctioned
in live and silent auctions. Silent auction and picnic begin at 11:30AM, live auction at 1:30PM. All proceeds benefit Anderson Ranch educational programs.
September 9.1 212 Gallery hosts a group show throughout September featuring some of its favorite artists. 9.1 Head to Anderson Ranch for a lecture by artist Leslie Wayne. 9.1 Forré & Co. Fine Art welcomes Modern Masters Private Collection, featuring works on paper by Picasso, Dali, Miro, and Chigall throughout September. 9.23 Join Anderson Ranch Arts Center for a lunchtime mini-auction of original artwork by Ranch faculty, visiting artists, staff, and students. Barbecue lunch at 11:45AM, auctionette at noon.
October 10.21 Aspen Art Museum celebrates the 2011 Roaring Fork Open, a longstanding tradition that highlights the AAM’s ongoing investment in sustaining a vibrant arts community. This year, the museum partners with artist Eric Fischl’s America: Now and Here to engage the diverse artist population of the Roaring Fork Valley. Exhibition runs through November 20.
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Will Cotton “Katy Cupcake Dress”, Oil on Paper, 2010, 55 x 48 inches
Donald Baechler Kevin Baker Jennifer Bartlett Sebastian Blanck Ross Bleckner Delia Brown James Lee Byars Sarah Charlesworth Christo and Jeanne-Claude Greg Colson Will Cotton Stephen Dean Carroll Dunham Eric Fischl Adam Fuss Ewan Gibbs Alexander Gorlizki Isca Greenfield-Sanders
Toland Grinnell Tim Hailand Peter Halley Lyle Ashton Harris Todd Hido Rebecca Horn Craigie Horsfield Bryan Hunt Annette Lemieux David Levinthal Mark Licari Vera Lutter Martin Maloney Robert Mapplethorpe Enrique Martinez Celaya Ryan McGinness Marilyn Minter Malcolm Morley Tony Oursler
Alexis Rockman Milton Rosa-Ortiz Tom Sachs David Salle Laurie Simmons Taryn Simon Doug + Mike Starn Joseph Stashkevetch Pat Steir George Stoll Billy Sullivan Donald Sultan Marc Swanson Philip Taaffe James Turrell Bruce Weber Matthew Weinstein Dirk Westphal
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The ASPEN Pulse
Celebrating Art Beyond the Windows
alking along the streets of Aspen, it’s impossible to overlook the windows packed with paintings, drawings, photography, sculpture, prints, glass works, and ceramics. Aspen’s cultural history began 62 years ago with visionaries like Walter and Elizabeth
Paepcke, along with Mortimer J. Adler. Later in the fifties and sixties came Herbert Bayer and Ferenc Berko, followed by John Powers and Anderson Ranch founder Mary Sister Martin, to name a few. And though these individuals came from different parts of the globe, their arrival in Aspen found them sharing a common goal: to establish the cultural foundation that continues to be the pulse of our small mountain town. Their lineage, in the form of places and events such as the Aspen Institute, Music Festival, Art Museum, and Anderson Ranch Arts Center, secured Aspen’s spot in the avant-garde of the art world. Now that it’s summer—when Aspen’s music, dance, and art blossom—we take time to celebrate not only our roots but also those who continue to make Aspen a cultural destination without compare.
aspen & the arts a look at s ome of Aspen ’s artistic milestones
1949: The Goethe Bicentennial, a convocation in celebration of Johann Wolfgang von Goethe’s “idea of a man,” is held in the decaying mining town of Aspen. Speakers include Albert Schweitzer, José Ortega y Gasset, Robert Maynard Hutchins, Thornton Wilder, and Thomas Mann. —Eero Saarinen’s famous music tent is erected. — Walter Paepcke creates the University of Aspen.
1951: Walter Paepcke holds the first Aspen Conference on Design. Josef Albers, Charles Eames, Buckminster Fuller, Louis Kahn, and Richard Neutra attend. — The Institute sponsors the first U.S. photography conference. Attendees include Minor White, Ansel Adams, Dorothea Lange, Laura Gilpin, Herbert Bayer, and Ferenc Berko.
1950: The University of Aspen becomes the Aspen Institute for Humanistic Studies. Paepcke serves as its first president.
1955: Herbert Bayer completes Grass Mound, the first earthworks for the grounds at the Aspen Institute.
— Mortimer J. Adler holds a “Great Books” lecture and seminar in the Wheeler Opera House.
1960: Walter Paepcke dies of cancer, leaving behind a dream to create a museum of living architecture.
— The Aspen Summer Music Festival is formed, as is the Film Classic Program, the first such festival in America.
1963–64: Herbert Bayer designs a second tent, with a white top and bright blue skirt, for the Music Festival. Photo, left, Herbert Bayer, on the left and Edgar Stanton on the right talking.
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Aspen Institute Sculpture Garden with Grass Mound in the background, circa 1971
1965: With the influence of John Powers, the Institute establishes an artist-in-residence program, with a strong collection of contemporary art. Residents included Friedel Dzubas, Larry Poons, James Rosenquist, Allan D’Arcangelo, Charles Hinman, and Gerald Laing.
— For the next five years, Aspen hosts many of the most important American artists of the day, representing contemporary movements and developments such as Happenings, Pop Art, Minimalism, Conceptualism, and Process Art. 1966: Ceramic artist Paul Soldner begins using a ranch in Snowmass Village as the site for studios. In 1973, the property becomes the nonprofit Anderson Ranch Arts Center, attracting major figures including Wendell Castle, Robert Mangold, and James Rosenquist.
1975: Dick Carter, Laura “Missie” Thorne, and Diane Lewy organize the Aspen Arts Festival, encompassing a film festival, concerts, picnics, and children’s programs. 1967: The Aspen Center for Contemporary Art, a “museum without walls,” with John Powers as president, forms in the Brand Building. First-season residents include Pop artists Roy Lichtenstein and Claes Oldenburg, Conceptual artist Les Levine, and Postminimalist Robert Morris. 1968: Cherie Hiser founds Center of the Eye, a photography workshop/residency program whose instructors include Paul Caponigro, Bruce Davidson, Lee Friedlander, and Jerry Uelsmann. 1972: Christo and Jeanne-Claude secure the final ties on Valley Curtain—142,000 square feet of woven nylon fabric spanning 1,368 feet—in Rifle, CO.
1979: Under the direction of Carter, Thorne, and Lewy, the former hydroelectric power station on the Roaring Fork River is renovated and becomes the Aspen Center for the Visual Arts (ACVA). Philip Yenawine becomes its program director. 1984: ACVA changes its name to the Aspen Art Museum, and in the summer of 1985 the museum forms a National Council. Looking Forward: The new Aspen Art Museum designed by renowned Japanese architect Shigeru Ban is targeted to open sometime in 2013 in downtown Aspen.
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Raven JaR with incised dRawing Bronze 25 x 13 x 12 inches
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On the Cover: Colin Poole, High Mountain Meadow. Oil on Wood, 14” x 9 1/4” Korologos Gallery
Having seen the beautiful plein air painting by Colin Poole, Aspen Magazine commissioned the artist to paint a special piece for the Summer 2011 gallery guide cover. The original study will be sold at Anderson Ranch Arts Center’s annual art auction on August 13th
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Cameron Gray, The Bathers, (after Pierre-Auguste Renoir), Oil on Wood, 2011, 57” x 83”
Seduction: The Allure of Flowers Cameron Gray · E.V. Day Gary Hume · Marc Quinn Paul Morrison Paintings, Photographs, Works on Paper June 17th – July 24th
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Gallery listings 01 212 GALLERY features innovative, established and emerging international artists working across media including photography, painting, sculpture, video, and mixed media. The gallery maintains a diverse exhibition program that includes solo shows for gallery artists as well as thematic group exhibitions. 212 GALLERY has earned a reputation for excellence and integrity and embodies the vigor, sophistication, and sensibility of a New York gallery with an Aspen address. Open daily. 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-7117. 212gallery.com
Ai Kijima Erehwon 28, 2007 Fused and machine quilted materials. 19.5 in. x 19.75 in. x 1.5 in. (on stretchers). 212 Gallery.
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02 ANDERSON RANCH ARTS CENTER A vibrant international learning community dedicated to creativity and growth through the making and understanding of the visual arts, located on a beautiful five-acre mountain ranch in Snowmass Village. Providing opportunities for artists of all levels of expertise to uncover, develop, and stretch their creative spirits through year-round workshops, artistsâ€™ residencies, exhibitions, lectures, public events, and community outreach. Galleries feature rotating exhibitions by renowned visiting artists, faculty, artists in residence, and artistic staff, spanning a range of media including painting, ceramics, sculpture, wood and furniture design, printmaking, photography, and digital media. Gallery and store open 9AM-5PM, Mon.-Fri., Sun. noon-6PM. Guided campus tours available Tuesday afternoons at 4PM. 5263 Owl Creek Rd., Snowmass Village, 970-923-3181. andersonranch.org
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DR. FRANKENSTEIN - BORIS KARLOFF I. G. Mari, 1965rr, Spain, 26 7/8” x 38 7/8”
PKZ - MAN WITH NEWSPAPER Niklaus Stoecklin, 1934, Switzerland, 50” x 36”
FLEURS DE MOUSSE DE SAUZE FRERES PARFUMEURS - PARIS Leopoldo Metlicovitz, 1899, France, 30 3/4” x 42 1/2”
LOS ANGELES - MISSION - FLY TWA Bob Smith, c.1955, United States, 25 1/8” x 39 5/8”
DUNLOP & JAGUAR WIN 24 HOURS DU MANS 1956 Anonymous, 1956, France, 31 1/4” x 15 3/4” JUNGFRAU RAILWAY - POLAR DOGS OF THE JUNGFRAUJOCH-STATION
CIRCUS ALBERT SCHUMANN DRESSAGE Ludwig Hohlwein, 1910, Germany, 72” x 108”
Emil Cardinaux, 1925, Switzerland, 25 1/2” x 40”
TAHOE LAKE REGION - SOUTHERN PACIFIC Maurice Logan, c.1928, United States, 15 7/8” x 23 1/4”
NEW YORK WORLD`S FAIR - AMERICAN AIRLINES Henry K. Bencsath, 1964, United States, 30 5/8” x 39 7/8”
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DEAD RECKONING - HUMPHREY BOGART Anonymous, 1958, Italy, 53 3/4” x 76 1/2”
HOLLAND - AMERIKA LINIE - STATENDAM Ontw A. Van`t Hoff, 1928, Holland, 32” x 43”
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Haegue Yang, Pine Spell – Carbonized Summer, 2010. Photo by Nick Ash. Courtesy of Kukje Gallery, Seoul. Aspen Art Museum.
03 ANN KOROLOGOS GALLERY The Ann Korologos Gallery specializes in exceptional art of the West, exhibiting a large variety of work including traditional and contemporary paintings, watercolors, pastels, and sculptures. Artists include Lloyd Schermer, Tomás Lasansky, Dan Namingha, Dan Young, and Elizabeth Sandia. Important speakers include former secretary of state Madeleine Albright, ambassador Nick Burns, and Gordon Gund. The Korologos Gallery offers monthly exhibitions in the summer. Open Mon.–Sat. 10AM– 6PM, Sun. 10AM–3PM. 211 Midland Ave., Basalt, 970-927-9668. korologosgallery.com
Toward the Third Dimension Leonardo Drew
Jennie C. Jones
Jessica Stockholder Leslie Wayne
Theaster Gates August 2–September 5, 2011 Opening Reception | Tuesday, August 2 | 6–8 pm Curated by Barbara Berger
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04 Art Aspen ArtAspen returns to the mountains presenting a world-class fine art marketplace for post-war and contemporary art. Presenting 30 nationally and internationally esteemed galleries that are showcasing $200 million in art. Choose from 2,000 significant artworks from 400 renowned artists. It’s Aspen’s largest selection of fine art ever, and the Aspen Ice Garden has been converted into a museum-like setting. The opening preview brunch, co-hosted by Aspen Magazine on August 6th, benefits the Aspen Art Museum. It’s all part of Aspen Art Lovers Weekend from the producers of SF Fine Art Fair, ArtHamptons, and Houston Fine Art Fair. 800-211-0640. art-aspen.com
Jessica Stockholder, 2010. 62.5 in. x 28.25 in. x 17.5 in. Courtesy Mitchell-Innes & Nash, NY. Toward The Third Dimension, David Floria Gallery.
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Gallery listings 05 ASHLEY COLLINS STUDIO Twenty-six years ago, Collins originated mega-scale contemporary horse and abstract collage works. Collins’s hard-fought journey began with homelessness, physical assault, and rape—a journey she transformed into massive paintings of love and power. Collins is now a contemporary icon, with her work showing in collections and museums worldwide, including Brunei, New York, Munich, and Argentina; private collections include those of Redford, Speilberg, Walton, Wynn, and Kahlbetzer. She is often followed but never equaled. Available at Forré & Co. Fine Art, 426 E. Hyman Ave., 970-544-1607. ashleycollinsstudio.com 06 ASPEN ART MUSEUM The Aspen Art Museum is a non-collecting institution presenting the newest, most important evolutions in international contemporary art. Innovative and timely exhibitions, education and public programs, immersive activities, and community happenings actively engage audiences in thought-provoking experiences of art, culture, and society. Admission to the AAM is free, courtesy of John and Amy Phelan. Open Tues.–Sat. 10AM–6PM (Thurs. 10AM–7PM), Sun. noon–6PM. Admission to the AAM is free, courtesy of Amy and John Phelan. 590 N. Mill St., 970-925-8050. aspenartmuseum.org
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07 Aspen Colors Features large-format landscapes, contemporary Western images, and portraits—in photography, on canvas, and in oil-on-canvas by artists of the Roaring Fork Valley and Colorado. Open Tues.-Sat. 9AM-7PM by appointment only. 633 North Bridge Dr. Carbondale. 970-9275091. aspencolors.com 08 ASPEN GROVE FINE ART Aspen’s most established art gallery, for 34 years specializing in traditional and contemporary artwork for both collectors and enthusiasts. Aspen Grove Fine Arts exhibits a diverse collection of paintings and sculpture by established international and regional artists, including traditional landscapes, still lifes, Impressionist works, and figurative, European, Western, and contemporary works. Featuring artists James Jensen, Carrie Fell, James Scoppettone, Eric Wallis, Robert Hagan, Pino, Britten, Marchal, YiFuZhao. Bob Rohm, Adam Stewart, Dalhart Windberg, Ying Zhao Liu, Dean Bowlby, Andre Balyon, the Pissarro family, the late Native American painter Earl Biss, and the late Pop artist Steve Kaufman, as well as sculpture by Gib Singleton, Bob Wilfong, Renzo, Terekedis, Muir, Tuan, and the late master Frederick Hart. Courtyard and upstairs galleries open daily 10AM–9PM. 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-5151. aspengroveart.com 09 BALDWIN GALLERY Bringing New York culture to the Rockies, Baldwin is a premier showcase for the latest in contemporary fine art. Featuring paintings, drawings, photography, and sculpture, the gallery places particular emphasis on American artists. Founded in 1994 by Harley Baldwin and Richard Edwards, it quickly became a major venue for art of the 20th and 21st centuries. Artists include Baechler, Bartlett, Bleckner, Christo, Dunham, Fischl, Halley, Mapplethorpe, Morley, Sachs, Simmons, the Starns, Steir, Sultan, and Turrell. Open Mon.–Sat. 10AM–6PM, Sun. noon–5PM. 209 S. Galena St., 970-920-9797. baldwingallery.com 10 BETTY WEISS Abstractly exploring the interaction between form, texture, and color, Weiss—named artist of the year in 2008—uses acrylic media and elements of collage. Her artwork has been exhibited in various juried shows in Colorado and the Midwest and is in private collections in numerous cities; it can also be seen at the Red Brick Center for the Arts. Open Mon.–Fri. 9AM–6PM. 110 E. Hallam St., Studio 109, 970-429-2777. 11 CHRISTOPHER MARTIN GALLERY Christopher Martin is the latest figure to arrive on the Aspen art scene, revealing a strong connection to nature that translates exquisitely into abstract form. Using the rare technique of reverse glass painting, his organic compositions fuse multiple layers of translucent, iridescent paint while mimicking the effects of heat, wind, and water. Vibrant acrylic-on-acrylic pieces and subtle explorations on canvas allow the viewer a peek into
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The Anxiety of Photography May 13–July 17, 2011
Cathy Wilkes May 20–July 17, 2011
AAM Annual Fourth of July Celebration AAM artist project by Nico Muhly
Haegue Yang 2011 Jane and Marc Nathanson Distinguished Artist in Residence July 29–October 9, 2011
Stephen Shore July 29–October 9, 2011
Roaring Fork Open October 21–November 20, 2011
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Gallery listings an organic kaleidoscope of unexpected order and harmony. Also on exhibit in August: mystical works of wood, ceramic, steel, and stone by renowned sculptor Nancy Lovendahl. Open daily. 525 E. Cooper Avenue, #103A, 970-925-7649. christopherhmartin.com 12 DAVID FLORIA GALLERY Exhibiting significant contemporary art in all media by internationally acclaimed and emerging artists, including Joe Andoe, Bo Bartlett, Herbert Bayer, Richard Carter, Woods Davey, Brad Durham, Michael Eastman, Betsy Eby, Caio Fonseca, Zaria For¬man, Linda Girvin, Jody Guralnick, John Huggins, Mel Kendrick, Andrew Millner, Ed Paschke, Jeffrey Robb, Peter Sarkisian, Joseph Scheer, Allison Stewart, and James Surls. Open daily 10AM–5PM or by appointment. 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970544-5705. floriagallery.com 13 GALERIE MAXIMILLIAN An internationally recognized dealer of 19th- and 20th-century masterworks on paper and contemporary British and American art. Recent projects include globally recognized artists Damien Hirst, Anish Kapoor, Marc Quinn, Peter Doig, and others. Open Mon.–Sat. 10AM–8PM, Sun. 11AM–6PM, and by appointment. 602 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-6100. galeriemax.com
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14 FORRÉ & CO. FINE ART Features a diverse and unique representation of paintings, glass art, and sculpture. Specializing in museum-quality works from internationally renowned artists, as well as in 19th- and 20th-century masterworks, the gallery offers acquisition and purchasing guidance in private and corporate collecting. Open daily 10AM–10PM. 426 E. Hyman Ave., 970-544-1607. forrefineart.com 15 OMNIBUS One of the world’s finest collections of original vintage posters, primarily from the late 1800s to World War II. Featured artists include Toulouse-Lautrec, Cassandre, Cheret, Mucha, Colin, Loupot, Cappiello, Magritte, and Pippick; subjects range from winter sports, ships, and travel to food and beverages, exhibitions, and movies. Open daily 11AM–10PM. 422 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-5567. omnibusgallery.com
Joan Miro, Le Beluga. Etching and aquatint with carb, 19 in. x 13.75 in. Forré & Co. Fine Art.
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Masai | 48” x 102” | acrylic on acrylic
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Betty Weiss, “Tumbling,” Mixed Media Collage, 21.5 x 23 in.
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16 PISMO FINE ART GLASS A contemporary gallery respected for its fine selection of glass works by internationally renowned artists including Chihuly, Morris, Vallien, Ries, Powell, Kuhn, Lewis, Rogers, Salvadore, Miner, Sand, Darni, Marioni, Blomdahl, Persson, Mohl, Pohlman/ Knowles, Baldwin/Guggisberg, Thomas, Curtis, Yamano, and Weinberg. Emerging artists are also represented, along with unique glass jewelry and sculpture by Kanistanaux. Pismo represents fine-art paintings by Chihuly, Fraser, Steinworth, and Reich. Open daily 10AM–8PM. 433 E. Cooper Ave., 970-920-1313. pismoglass.com
RAVENHEART Formerly Parkside Gallery, Ravenheart features an exquisite collection of gems, minerals, and crystals by local and regional artists, and is home to a rare and beautiful amethyst geode over five feet tall, as well as to numerous other large and stunning geodes and petrifiedwood accents. Ravenheart carries a lovely selection of beautifully crafted felt and straw hats, in addition to beautiful jewelry and accessories. Open Mon.–Sat 11AM-5PM, and additional hours on First Fridays. 50 B Weant Blvd., Carbondale, 970-963-1401. ravenheartgallery.com 17
VALLEY FINE ART A gallery with more than 20 years of experience showing classic American art; specializes in 19th- and early-20th-century American paintings, and the Native American photography of Edward S. Curtis, as well as in the work of deceased artists such as Adams, Audubon, Berninghaus, Bierstadt, Couse, Jackson, Moran, Remington, Russell, and Sharp. Also features work by nationally known living artists, including Agius, Blagg, Bunn, Burkett, Coen, Coleman, Encinias, Hajdu, Naranjo, Van Cleve, and Waddell. Summer 2011: availiable by appointment anytime. December 2011: Visit our remodeled gallery at 213 S. Mill St., 970-920-9193. valleyfineart.com 18
Featured artists lecture series suMMer 2011 June 23, 12:30 pm
Enrique Martínez Celaya June 29, 7 pm
Wangechi Mutu June 30, 12:30 pm
Enrique Chagoya July 7, 5 pm
Laurie Simmons & Carroll Dunham July 13, 7 pm
July 14, 12:30 pm
Shana & Robert ParkeHarrison July 19, 7 pm
Ross Bleckner July 21, 12:30 pm
Huma Bhabha July 28, 7 pm Sara Ransford, Conforming 2. 2010. Red Brick Center for the Arts.
Maarten Baas august 3, 7 pm
Fred Tomaselli august 10, 7 pm
Ursula von Rydingsvard august 12, 12:30 pm
Theaster Gates Performance
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Gallery Directory 212 GALLERY A venue for contemporary art, featuring innovative, established, and emerging artists working across media. Open daily 10AM–7PM. 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-7117. 212gallery.com A. BEADLES FINE ART A newly opened contemporary gallery featuring the work of John Holt Smith and Joachim Kersten. Winter exhibits include Time Travel with Shannon Neumann in January and works by Jenny Gummersall, The Little Nell’s featured artist, in February. 225 Main St., Carbondale, Unit 120 970-963-3329. abeadlesfineart.com ANDERSON RANCH ARTS CENTER Features two art galleries on its Snowmass Village campus, offering workshops in the summer, artists’ residencies in the winter, and a large public-events program attended by more than 5,000 people each year. Gallery and store open 9AM-5PM, Mon.-Fri., Sun. noon-6PM. Guided campus tours available Tuesday afternoons at 4PM. 5263 Owl Creek Rd., Snowmass Village, 970923-3181. andersonranch.org ANN KOROLOGOS GALLERY Formerly the Basalt Gallery, featuring contemporary and traditional fine art from Colorado and the West, including paintings, pastels, and sculpture. Open Mon.–Sat. 10AM–6PM, Sun. 10AM–3PM. 211 Midland Ave., Basalt, 970-927-9668. korologosgallery.com ASPEN ART GALLERY Offers an array of innovative, eclectic, cutting edge art. Open daily 10AM-10pm. 228 S. Mill Street, 970-544-6655. aspenartgallery.com ASPEN ART MUSEUM A globally preeminent noncollecting institution that presents the newest, most important evolutions in international contemporary art. Open Tues.–Sat. 10AM–6PM (Thurs. 10AM–7PM), Sun. noon–6PM. Admission to the AAM is free, courtesy of Amy and John Phelan. 590 N. Mill St., 970-925-8050. aspenartmuseum.org ASPEN CHAPEL GALLERY Spotlights artists from the Roaring Fork Valley, hosting nine unique exhibitions each year. Open daily 10AM–6PM. 0077 Meadowood Dr., just off Highway 82 at the junction of Castle Creek and Maroon Creek roads, 970-925-7184. aspenchapelgallery.com
contemporary fine art, including paintings, drawings, photography, and sculpture, the gallery places particular emphasis on American artists. Open Mon.– Sat. 10AM–6PM, Sun. noon–5PM. 209 S. Galena St., 970-920-9797. baldwingallery.com BERKO GALLERY @ FRAMES AND FINDS Located in the purple Victorian on Main Street, the gallery features the internationally recognized photographs of Ferenc Berko taken—from 1949 onward—around the world and in Aspen, encompassing both color and black-and-white, from landscapes to abstracts. Open Mon.–Sat. 10AM–6PM. 616 West Main St., 970-925-3398. berkophoto.com BETTY WEISS STUDIO Exploring the interaction between form, texture, and color, Betty Weiss uses acrylic media and elements of collage. Her artwork can be seen at the Red Brick Center for the Arts. Open Mon.–Fri. 10AM–4PM. 110 E. Hallam St., Studio 109, 970-429-2777.
portraiture and portfolio work as well as fine art. Call for appointment. 406 E. Aspen Airport Business Center, 970-922-0385. E. S. LAWRENCE GALLERY Aspen’s oldest gallery, exhibiting whimsical, nostalgic, and widely collected American and European art. Open daily 11AM–8PM. 217 S. Galena St., 970-920-2922. eslawrence.com ELLIOTT YEARY GALLERY Specializes in landscapes, still lifes, and wildlife pieces by local and international artists; dedicated to presenting exhibitions of the finest in contemporary paintings and ceramics. Open daily. 419 E. Hyman Ave., 970429-1111. elliottyeary.com FORRé & CO. FINE ART Features a diverse and unique representation of paintings, glass art, and sculpture. Open daily 10AM–10PM. 426 E. Hyman Ave., 970-544-1607. forrefineart.com
BLUE GALLERY Features world-renowned contemporary Israeli artists with unique and distinctive styles. Open Sun.–Thurs. 10AM–9PM; Fri.– Sat., 10AM-10PM. 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970-544-1053. bluegalleryaspen.com
FRAMES AND FINDS Offers museum-quality custom framing, fine art, and photography. Aspen-themed posters and vintage images from the Aspen Historical Society archives are also available. Open Mon.–Fri. 10AM–6PM, Sat. 10AM–4PM. 465 N. Mill St. #14, 970-544-0610. framesandfinds.com
CHRISTOPHER MARTIN GALLERY Christopher Martin’s vibrant acrylic-on-acrylic pieces and subtle explorations on canvas allow the viewer a peek into an organic kaleidoscope of unexpected order and harmony. Open daily. 525 E. Cooper Avenue, #103A, 970.925.7649. christopherhmartin.com
GALERIE MAXIMILLIAN An internationally recognized dealer of 19th- and 20th-century masterworks on paper and contemporary British and American art. Open Mon.–Sat. 10AM–8PM, Sun. 11AM–6PM, and by appointment. 602 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-6100. galeriemax.com
DAVID FLORIA GALLERY Exhibits significant contemporary art in all media by internationally acclaimed and emerging artists, including Joe Andoe, Bo Bartlett, and Richard Carter. Open daily 10AM–5PM or by appointment. 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970-544-5705. floriagallery.com
HARVEY/MEADOWS GALLERY Specializing in contemporary ceramic art, prints, and works on paper. Open 11AM-5PM. 0133 Prospector Rd., Suite 4114A, in Aspen Highlands Village, 970-920-7721. harveymeadows.com
DAWNA LYNN PHOTOGRAPHY This photography studio at the Airport Business Center specializes in
HAYES GALLERY A family gallery featuring designs from Hayes’s silver- and goldsmithing, as well as books and photography by Aspen historian Mary
ASPEN COLORS Features large-format landscapes, contemporary Western images, and portraits—in photography on canvas or in oil on canvas—by artists of the Roaring Fork Valley and Colorado. Open Tues.– Sat. 9AM–7PM by appointment only. 970-927-5091. aspencolors.com ASPEN FINE ART GALLERY Museum-quality fine art, featuring vast international and Colorado collections. Highlighting selected artworks from the Soviet era and by Russian Impressionists Timkov, Zakharov, and Krantz. Open Tues.–Sat. noon–8PM. 400 E. Hyman Ave., 970-920-0044. aspenfineart.com ASPEN GROVE FINE ARTS Displaying a diverse collection of paintings, graphics, and sculpture, including landscapes. Open daily 10AM–9PM. 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-5151 (courtyard), 970-925-4296 (upstairs gallery). aspengroveart.com ASPEN INSTITUTE ART GALLERY The Resnick Art Gallery at the Doerr-Hosier Center is home to a gallery of rotating shows, and the Institute grounds serve as a showcase for a variety of notable sculptures. Open Mon.–Fri. 9AM–4PM. Resnick Gallery: 870 Meadows Rd., at the Doerr-Hosier Center. Paepcke Gallery: 1000 N. Third St., at Aspen Meadows; 970-544-7950. aspeninstitute.org BALDWIN GALLERY Brings New York culture to the Rockies. A premier showcase for the latest in
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Gallery Directory Eshbaugh Hayes. Open by appointment or during open-studio sessions Mon., Wed., and Fri. 9AM–5PM. In-home studio at 209 E. Bleeker St., 206-393-2689. hayessilver.com JOEL SOROKA GALLERY Fine-art vintage photography by masters such as Edward Weston, Man Ray, Brett Weston, Josef Sudek, and Gyorgy Kepes. Open Tues.–Sat. 11AM–5PM. 400 E. Hyman Ave., 970-920-3152. joelsorokagallery.com KAHHAK FINE ARTS & SCHOOL Artist-owner Majid Kahhak runs this studio, gallery, and school. His work includes portraits, landscapes, abstractions, and murals in styles ranging from Impressionist to abstract. Open Tues.–Wed. and Fri.–Sun. 11:30AM– 9PM, Thurs. and Mon. 2:30–10PM. 411 Main St., Carbondale, 970-704-0622. mkahhak.com keating fine art Since 1998, Keating Fine Art has been offering the finest original works from regional artists of national repute. 315 S. Galena St., 970-9257042. keatinggallery.com LANE FINE ART A studio gallery featuring landscapes and wildlife images by Colorado artists. Also features pottery and watercolor works by Tammie Lane. Hours vary or by appointment. 601 Rio Grande Pl. #118 in Obermeyer Place Building, 970-925-9213. lanefineart.net LIVASPENART Featuring contemporary paintings, prints, and sculpture by artists Olivia Daane Reische, Brooks Werner, and Matt Neuman; photography by Kat Parkin, Andrew Wilz, and Karl Wolfgang. Open daily 11AM–5PM. 414 E. Cooper Ave. Mall, 970-3792539. Working studio: 115 Boomerang Rd., Suite 5201E, in Highlands Base Village, 970-544-0411. livaspenart.com LYNN GOLDSMITH GALLERY Works by celebrated photographer Lynn Goldsmith, including her iconic portraits of rock and roll’s most legendary musicians and her new series of rock-and-roll mosaics. Open Mon.–Thurs. 10AM–6PM or by appointment. 40 Sunset Dr., Suite 10A, Basalt, 970-927-0320. rockandrollphotogallery.com MAIN STREET GALLERY Represents 17 regional artists with fine-art works, ceramics, and prints. Also has specialized in fine conservation framing for more than 28 years. Carbondale location open Mon.–Fri. 9AM–5PM, Sat. 10AM–5PM. Glenwood
Springs location open Mon.–Sat. 10AM–6PM. 399 Main St., Carbondale, 970-963-3775, and 817 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, 970-945-4817. mainstreetgall.com MCHUGH ANTIQUES AND FINE JEWELS Presents a carefully sourced collection of fine antiques, paintings, and exquisite jewelry, specializing in old mine-cut diamonds. Open by appointment. 607 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-4212. OMNIBUS GALLERY One of the world’s finest collections of original vintage posters, primarily from the late 1800s to World War II. Open daily 11AM–10PM. 422 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-5567. omnibusgallery.com PETER LIK GALLERY Exclusively showing the work of Australian fine-art/landscape photographer Peter Lik, this gallery is filled with stunning panoramic prints featuring vibrant colors and unusual perspectives. Open daily 10AM–10PM. 406 E. Hopkins Ave., Suite B, 970-925-1820. peterlik.com PISMO FINE ART GLASS A contemporary gallery respected for its fine selection of glass works by internationally renowned artists, including Chihuly, Morris, Statom, Vallien, Ries, and Perkins. Open daily 10AM–8PM. 433 E. Cooper Ave., 970-920-1313. pismoglass.com QUINTENZ & CO A unique Aspen gallery specializing in vintage American photographs by Ansel Adams, Harry Callahan, Edward S. Curtis, William Henry Jackson, Carleton Watkins, and Edward Weston. Open Mon.–Sat. 11AM–7PM, Sun. noon–5PM. 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970-925-2888. qcompany.com RAVENHEART GALLERY Formerly Parkside Gallery, the newly opened Ravenheart gallery offers an exquisite collection of gems, minerals, and crystals by local and regional artists. Open Mon.–Sat. 11AM-5PM, and additional hours on first Fridays. 50 B Weant Blvd., Carbondale, 970-963-1401. ravenheartgallery.com RED BRICK CENTER FOR THE ARTS A nonprofit center dedicated to the promotion of local art. Rotating shows each month featuring local artists. Open Mon.–Fri. 9AM–6PM. 110 E. Hallam St., Suite 118, 970-429-2777. aspenart.org ROADSIDE GALLERY Displays midcentury
photographic images taken by owner/photographer Marty Garfinkel. Also specializes in fine-art prints and reproduction prints on canvas or archival paper. Open Tues.–Sat. 10AM–5PM. 320 Main St., Carbondale, 970-963-9333. roadsidegallery.com ROYAL STREET FINE ART Offers traditional and contemporary European-style art focusing on landscape and street scenes; also features life-size sculptures and works by European and American painters. Open daily 10AM–10PM. 205 S. Mill St., Suite 211, 970-920-3373. rsfaa.com SPIRO LYON GLASS A glass-casting and glassblowing studio specializing in one-of-a-kind cast-glass doors, windows, countertops, and furniture created on commission for individuals, architects, and interior designers. Offering classes and open by appointment. 17283 Hwy. 82, Carbondale, 970-274-1192. spirolyonglass.com TOKLAT GALLERY Since 1949, Toklat has honored the creative energy of artists worldwide. Visit its collection of handcrafted furniture, wildlife sculptures, wood turnings, leather vessels, baskets, glass, unique jewelry, and Zapotec rugs. Call for hours. 255 Gold Rivers Ct # 150, Basalt, 970-927-1437 or 888-786-5528. toklatgallery.com Unique Modern Art Featuring the works of late Aspen artist Earl Biss. 307 S. Galena St., 970-9202200. VALLEY FINE ART A gallery with more than 20 years of experience showing classic American art. Specializing in 19th- and early-20th-century American paintings and the Native American photography of Edward S. Curtis. 213 S. Mill St., 970-920-9193. valleyfineart.com The Vickers Collection One of the region’s most eclectic galleries of contemporary fine art. Open daily at 10AM. 525 E. Cooper Ave., 970.925.9484. vickerscollection.com WIND RIVER GALLERY Emphasizing Western American art, including landscapes, wildlife, and figures of the West. Sculptures include bronzes by J. C. Dye, Harry Jackson, Joffa Kerr, Chris Schiller, Buck Mahaney, Deborah Copenhaver Fellows, and Gene Zesch. Open Mon.–Sat. 10:30AM–6PM, Sun. noon–5PM. 505 E. Hyman Ave., 970-925-3919. windrivergallery.com
Christopher Martin, Vector. Acrylic on acrylic, 60 in. x 192 in. Christopher Martin Gallery.
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