First Friday Artwalk
FIRST FRIDAY ARTWALK LISTINGS
October 6, 2017 5 pm – 8 pm
ART GALLERIES AND MUSEUMS
1009 Lincoln Ave 970.439.8196
A hip, contemporary art space which troubles ordinary aesthetic boundaries. Uniting past and future, local and international, tradition and the avant-garde, carefully curated masterworks from Italy, Poland, Spain and Ukraine along with the Boat's best local talents.
MANGELSEN-IMAGES OF NATURE
730 Lincoln Ave 970.871.1822
Legendary nature photographer Tomas D. Mangelsen has traveled throughout the world for over 40 years photographing the Earth's last great wild places. www.mangelsen.com
PINE MOON FINE ART
117 9th St 970.879.2787
October is Breast Cancer Awareness Month. Presenting a sneak preview of the artwork for the 16th annual Bust of Steamboat. Artwork will be auctioned October 20.
STEAMBOAT ART MUSEUM
807 Lincoln Ave. 970.870.1755
Steamboat Art Museum Plein Air Event paintings created throughout the Yampa Valley by 50 regional and national artists the last week of September 2017.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS ARTS COUNCIL AT THE DEPOT
1001 13th St. 970.879.9008
“Autumn Art”-Members exhibit painting, sculpture, photography, mixed media, printmaking and more! "Autumn Art" whose ages vary from 14 to 80 plus. Something for everyone.
STEAMBOAT SPRINGS CENTER FOR VISUAL ARTS
837 Lincoln Ave 970.846.8119
Local art at its best: colorful, diverse, accomplished, all mediums. New work from Deb Babcock, George, Fargo, Marion Kahn, Jennifer Lynn Haskettt. Paintings, photography, mixed media. Complimentary wine and light bites.
TREAD OF PIONEERS AT THE DEPOT ART CENTER
“Cows, Coal and Commerce: 109 Years of the Moffat Railroad in Steamboat Springs” To help celebrate the Creative Caboose renovation project, the Tread of Pioneers Museum presents Cows, Coal, and Commerce: 109 Years of the Moffat Railroad in Steamboat Springs exhibit at the historic Depot Arts Center. The exhibit outlines the transformative impacts of the railroad’s arrival in Steamboat Springs.
115 9th Street, Lincoln Ave. 970.846.1783
Painters Pat Walsh and Dawn Wilde combine talents working from the same photograph to create diverging paintings around a similar theme.
WILD HORSE GALLERY
802 Lincoln Ave. 970.819-2850
Wild Horse Gallery will feature oil paintings by our newest artist, Jake Gaedtke, as well as new drawings by Karmel Timmons Machele. www.wildhorsegallery.com
911 Lincoln Ave 970.879.1919
“Critters Are Us” A two-artist show featuring critters by Ryan Keating and Al Reiner including photos and mixed media of birds, fish, butterflies and other species, wild and tame.
912 Lincoln Ave 941.321.2809
The Haunted Deep : [Mermaid Monsters] YBC's October Group Show features collaborative works inspired from a Pinterest Board and the YBC immersive theater haunted house that will take place at the Chief on Halloween.
703 Lincoln Ave 970.879.9169
Local artist Tracy Riser presents a collection of paintings and drawings. Mediums include oil, acrylic, charcoal, colored pencil and metal hardware.