Arts calendar for April 28
April 27, 2006
The Steamboat Springs Arts Council’s Artist Member Exhibit deadline has been extended to May 12. This annual exhibit from June 2 to July 26 is open to all SSAC artist members. There is no entry fee, no slides required and no jurying. Up to three pieces of any media will be accepted. Join or renew now to participate. E-mail email@example.com or call 879-9008, ext. 106 for entry form.
“Three on the Road,” works by graduating senior art students Andrea Benavente, Rachel Radetsky and Tripp Talley, is on display in the Monson Gallery in Monson Hall, Room 200 at the Colorado Mountain College. Artwork on display through May 5.
The Steamboat Springs Arts Council presents “The Printed Image” exhibit through May 28 at the Depot Art Center. See artwork from 37 printmakers from all over the United States and Canada. Drawings and monoprint collages by Susan Hover Oehme will be on display in the small works gallery. Admission is free. Call 879-9008 for more information.
Blue Sky Pottery is featuring the pottery of local Steamboat clay artists including Deb Babcock, Patti Retz, Barb Gregoire, Anne Rooney, Eve Partridge, Bill Sanders, Jody Elston, Mo Valenta and Lisa Koch. Open 10 to 4 p.m. Saturdays and other days by appointment. Call 846-9349.
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Wild Horse Gallery in the Sheraton Steamboat Resort is featuring more than 50 artists in various mediums. Open by appointment only through May 15. Call 879-7660.
“An Exploration of Beauty: New Works by Phoebe Fulkerson” is on display at the Comb Goddess in the Old West Building on 11th Street. Call 871-0606.
Solarized montage photography by Dee Lambert at the Artisan’s Market, 626 Lincoln Ave. Call 879-7512.
Plein air paintings by Jim McBrayer, Phil Wright, Zanobia, Suzy Holloran, Susan Schiesser and R.C. Dieckhoff are displayed as part of the M.O.R.E. Art Site Project at the Hahn’s Peak Inn, 61723 Country Road 129, Hahn’s Peak. Call 870-6507.
New photography by Don Tudor and oil on canvas by Cully Kistler at the Sleeping Giant Gallery, 624 Lincoln Ave. Call 879-7143.
Commercial and fine art photography by Kim Keith can be viewed by appointment at her studio in the Copper Ridge Business Park, Suite 204. Call 846-3680.
Cartoons by Aimee Kimmey and photography by Chris Selby is on display at Mona’s Art to Go, 2851 Riverside Plaza, No. 14. Call 870-3400.
Southwestern-style handmade jewelry, made of turquoise, corral and sterling silver, is on display at Bear Valley Trading Post and Boot Repair, 116 1/2 Eighth St. in the alley behind The Shack. Call 879-3573.
Photography by Jim Steinberg is available at the Portfolio Collection, 1016 Oak St. Gallery hours are from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. Monday through Friday. Call 879-3718.
Photography by Warren Miller, Ray Atkeson, and Mark Moore is available exclusively at Steamboat Art Co., at Ninth Street and Lincoln Avenue. It is open every day from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Call 879-3383.
Work by Zanobia is on display at Abracadabra Gallery, 2135 Burgess Creek Road, Suite 302, in the Ski Country Building. Call 871-8000 for hours or appointments.
Artist R.C. Dieckhoff’s paintings of Steamboat are available for viewing by appointment. Call 870-8068.
Photographs by Thomas D. Mangelsen are on display at Images of Nature, 730 Lincoln Ave. Call 871-1822.
Mountain Traditions, featuring limited-edition, signed and numbered artwork from artists such as Martin Grelle, G. Harvey, Nancy Glazier and Mark Hopkins, is in the Franklin Mall, 833 Lincoln Ave. Call 870-7976.