New Art Exhibition Has Opening Night in Colorado
Enjoy a visit to a "Not so Black and White" art show, held until June 18
The Opening Reception for a brand new exhibition was held today at Englewood, Colorado's new Bleue Tile Gallery and Art space, curated by artists Lee LaBier and Courtney Cotton.
What happens when artists limit their color choices?
This is the question LaBier and Cotton proposed for this project.
The Not So Black & White exhibition examines the work of eleven artists from the wider Colorado area and their interpretations visually and conceptually of black and white.
The exhibition will run at the Englewood, Colorado Gallery until 18 June. Wednesday-Friday 4-8pm by appointment.
"An exhibition of paintings, photography and sculptures within this limited, high-contrast palette allows for an increased focus on form and spacial relationships intensifying what happens when artists cast aside the color spectrum and focus on the visual power of black, white and everything in between." --Not so Black & White, Press release
Meet the artists
One of the eleven artists exhibiting her work is Alli Gerrish, a local Colorado artist whose work has been displayed at galleries state-wide. She studied at the Academy of Art San Francisco, the Classical Art Academy, Naropa University, The Arts Student League of Denver as well as Anderson Ranch Arts Center.
When art is present, things are better in the toughest circumstances. --The Bleue Art Space, Facebook
Sculptor and multimedia artist Brandon Reese, will be another artist exhibiting his work in the Englewood, Colorado gallery. As well as creating unique pieces for celebrities and corporations, Reese's work has been exhibited in Germany, Taiwan, and galleries all across the United States.
The exhibition is operating in accordance with guidelines established by the Colorado Department of Public Health and the Environment (CDPHE) and the City and County of Denver. They request that when visiting to adhere to wearing a mask and social distancing guidelines.
To book a viewing, contact the Bleue Art Space Facebook page.