|Alyson B Stanfield & Dianna|
I took a five day trip to Denver Colorado last week to reconnect with old friends and explore the Art Community in the City. On my first day, I was fortunate enough to spend time gallery hopping with Alyson B. Stanfield - an Artist Advocate / Consultant and my Art Coach. (for more info on Alyson visit her site http://www.artbizcoach.com ) What great company and perfect day for looking at art!
I just have to share briefly about two Gallery's we visited that had amazing work -- Walker Fine Art Gallery and Ice Cube Gallery.
At the Walker Gallery there were two Artists that stood out for me - Painter Udo Noger and Sculptor Kazu Obo. They both work in different mediums - pigment on paper and ceramic & wood sculpture. I found that their work was complimentary to one another by the use of monochromatic colors and organic shapes found in both paintings a sculptures. Beautiful art!
Udo Noger - pigment on paper.
There were 15-20 paintings from this artist.
All of them were painted with shades of White
Pigment and Charcoal. http://www.walkerfineart.com
Kazu Obo - Wood
The second gallery we went to was Ice Cube. The featured artist was Photographer Amber Fries. Her work captures a space trapped in between worlds - distorted figures floating in water. Pretty cool stuff!
|Amber Fries - photograph|
Just wanted to share these photos on my blog before I start painting today. Thanks so much for looking!