Loveland Artwork Studio Tour is again for 12 months 12 with dozens of artists at 38 areas – Loveland Reporter-Herald

LOVELAND, CO - SEPTEMBER 9, 2019: Jill Atchison, Director of the Lincoln Gallery, talks about a mixed-media piece titled "Eleanor" by artist Andi Burnum Monday, Sept. 9, 2019, on display as part of the gallery

Loveland’s burgeoning artwork scene by no means appears to decelerate. From Benson Sculpture Backyard’s 10 acres of three-dimensional masterpieces to vibrant galleries dotting the city, native artists all the time appear desirous to show grasp works to artwork lovers.

For the following two weekends, the Loveland Artwork Studio Tour is again for 12 months 12, safely opening gallery and artist areas to the general public. The annual present gives a glimpse contained in the artistic working minds of northern Colorado’s gifted artists.

The tour is providing quite a lot of protected methods for guests to take part, each in-person and nearly.

LOVELAND, CO - SEPTEMBER 9, 2019: Jill Atchison, Director of the Lincoln Gallery, talks about a mixed-media piece titled "Eleanor" by artist Andi Burnum Monday, Sept. 9, 2019, on display as part of the gallery's Regional Fine Art Show in downtown Loveland. (Jenny Sparks/Loveland Reporter-Herald)

Jenny Sparks / Workers photographer

Jill Atchison, director of the Lincoln Gallery, talks in 2019 about artwork at Lincoln Gallery in Loveland. The Lincoln Gallery and Atchison are every taking part within the 2020 Loveland Artwork Studio Tour.

From 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday and Oct. 17-18, guests can obtain a printable map at  lovelandartstudiotour.com and discover dozens of artists taking part at 38 areas. From galleries to non-public houses and occasion rooms, the tour is organized regionally with choices downtown, close to the foothills and west aspect, to Loveland’s east aspect.

On show since September on the Loveland Museum, 503 N. Lincoln Ave., the Loveland Artwork Studio Tour Preview Exhibition gives a glimpse at this 12 months’s taking part artists’ works. The exhibit will probably be on show within the Inexperienced Room by means of Oct. 18.

The tour will even characteristic a digital side the place a handful of artists, together with ArtSpace, will current works on-line. Excursions may be discovered at lovelandartstudiotour.com, the place prize-drawing tickets will also be bought. Prize tickets embody a wine and dinner occasion, a commissioned portray, artwork classes and extra.

All actions will adhere to Larimer County Well being Division’s COVID-19 pointers, together with required masks, social distancing and restricted participation numbers.

Taking part artists and galleries

Artspace*

Dale and Jill Atchison, ceramic artists

George Coll, oil painter

Robin Dodge, oil painter

Lisa DuBois, numerous media

Amelia Furman / Courtesy photograph

Amelia Furman works on her artwork in her dwelling studio. Furman will take part within the Artwork Studio Tour.

Lyse Dzija, oil painter

Madelyn Erb, glass artist

Brenda Ferrimani, numerous media*

Scott Freeman, oil painter

Linda French, pastel painter

Amelia Furman, combined media

Kristina Grauvogl, acrylic painter

Amanda Gress, numerous media

Bonnie Hautamaki, oil painter

Tracy Holsapple, numerous media

Independence Gallery

Billie Colton, oil and pastel painter

Christine James, reside improv music/portray

Marc Jones, acrylic painter

Laurie Kleespies, woodworker*

Amy Kregoski, numerous media

Brenda Leedy, numerous media

Jenny Sparks / Workers Photographer

Artist Erin Leeper sprinkles glitter on a bit titled “Angel Wings” painted on recycled closet doorways July 17 exterior the 4th Avenue Gallery in downtown Loveland. Leeper will probably be taking part on this 12 months’s Loveland Studio Artwork Tour.

Erin Leeper, combined media artist

Kim Leszczynski, acrylic artist

Lincoln Gallery

Joan McCracken, photographer

Anne McManus, numerous media

Gene Michieli, steel sculptor*

Gordon Middleton, photographer

Annie O’Brien Gonzales, combined media artist

Heather Patterson, combined media painter

Carolyn Pearce, ceramic artist

Pat Pilkington, pastel and oil artist

Jenn St. James, oil painter

Michael Salchert, numerous media*

Tatiana Samokhina, oil painter

Cynthia Ruiz Shine, clay artist

Bon Stahlin, acrylic and numerous media

Lacey Walker, numerous media*

*Digital tour individuals

On show

Artworks Loveland “Candid,” by Sam Swihart, by means of Oct. 31; Small opening reception for upcoming exhibition, “Reply,” 6-7:30 p.m. Friday; gallery hours 1-Four p.m. Tuesday-Friday, noon-Four p.m. Saturday; 310 N. Railroad Ave., Loveland; artworksloveland.org

Independence Gallery Meet the Independence artists for Loveland Artwork Studio Tour 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday and Oct. 17-18; gallery hours 11 a.m.-6:30 p.m. Monday-Thursday, 11 a.m.-Eight p.m. Friday, name for weekend hours, 233 E. Fourth St., Loveland; independencegallery.com

Lincoln Gallery Meet the Lincoln artists and watch demonstrations for Loveland Artwork Studio Tour 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Saturday-Sunday and Oct. 17-18. Be a part of the gallery reside on Fb (fb.com/TheLincolnGallery)  6-Eight p.m. Friday; gallery hours noon-6 p.m. Tuesday-Saturday, 429 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland; 970-663-2407 or lincolngallery.com

Loveland Museum “2020 Governor’s Artwork Present,” a juried assortment of works by Colorado artists, Fundamental Gallery, by means of Nov. 1; “Studio Tour Preview Exhibition,” work of artists featured within the Loveland Artwork Studio Tour, Inexperienced Room, by means of Oct. 18; “Dam It,” photographic exhibit through the early development of the Large Thompson Challenge, Mezzanine Gallery, by means of Nov. 29; The museum will even characteristic numerous workshops for the Loveland Artwork Studio Tour and artwork lovers can choose up exercise baggage as they final by means of Oct. 17; Reserve tickets to exhibitions on-line or by calling 970-962-2410; 503 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland; $7; lovelandmuseumgallery.org

Jenny Sparks / Workers Photographer

Christie Ladd with the Governor’s Artwork Present & Sale, left, chats with artist Kathleen Lanzoni about her work on Sept. 16, 2020, after Lanzoni on the Loveland Museum Gallery.

 

 

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