First Friday Artwalk listings for May 4
May 3, 2012
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The Artists' Gallery presents "FACES." Gallery artists show their interpretation of faces in different ways and mediums. Small Works Room: Mary Levingston's watercolor class student art show. 1009 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-4744.
Learn more about Steamboat's wood workers, iron workers, fabric artists, ceramicists, faux and real painters and concrete workers. http://www.steamboatartworks.com. The Victoria Building, 941 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-7596.
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Steamboat Springs High School Advanced Placement photography students will show a series of photographs from their portfolios. 124 10th St. 970-871-1406.
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The Stingray class of Heritage Park Preschool is displaying its artwork through May at Comb Goddess. 1104 S. Lincoln Ave., Suite 102. 970-871-0606.
Water media paintings by Deb Proper featuring landscapes that express the beauty of Northwest Colorado. The artist approaches each piece as a grand puzzle, interpreting the shapes, elements and colors of our gorgeous surroundings into a celebration of joy. 509 Lincoln Ave. 970-875-2917.
MB Warner: "I love to paint. Whether it be landscape, chairs or marbles, it's all about the physical and joyful process of painting. The pure excitement when everything is working visually. Please, enjoy the show." 131 11th St. 970-879-4925.
Upstairs: Featuring Steamboat artist Maggie Smith's monotypes and woodcuts and Seattle artist Barbara Solomon's monotypes and intaglio. Downstairs: Featuring Denver artist Andre Lippard's oil paintings. 911 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-1919.
Thomas D. Mangelsen was named Conservation Photographer of the Year. His work is featured on the walls of the Smithsonian National Museum of Natural History. http://www.mangelsen.com. 730 Lincoln Ave. 970-871-1822.
Local artists are displaying their submissions of Green Squad Environmental Superheroes made from recycled materials. Proceeds benefit the BookTrails tuition assistance fund. BookTrails is a new partner organization that promotes reading and writing through outdoor exploration. 68 Ninth St. 970-879-6830.
Local art by nature photographer Don Tudor, Raku stoneware and porcelain by Brown Cannon. 601 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-7143.
View new artwork from 35 local artist members. Paintings, photography, mixed media and sculpture. Complimentary wine and hors d'oeuvres. http://www.steamboatartcenter.com. 906 Lincoln Ave. 970-846-5970.
Photographer Casey Barnett captures his life. In the crowds of a professional soccer game or the loneliness of a mountaintop, his images are a representation of the life he leads and his willingness to bring you with him. 635 South Lincoln Ave. 970-879-3393.
Fine art applications by Andre Lippard. Andre was born and raised in Denver and received a bachelor's degree in fine arts from the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. 703 Lincoln Ave., Suite B101. 970-879-9169.
Wild Horse Gallery features the oil paintings of Lee Stroncek. http://www.wildhorsegallery.com. 802 Lincoln Ave. 970-879-5515.
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