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Tuesday, August 24, 2010

Natural Encounters


(Castilleja integra by Anna Kaye - Watercolor on paper)

Sandra Phillips Gallery, 744 Santa Fe Drive, Denver
Artists: Margaretta Gilboy, Anna Kaye, Lorelei Schott
September 9 – October 16
Artist reception: September 9, 6 pm – 8 pm
"Natural Encounters" presents three remarkable artists exploring the ecological truism that everything is connected, pushing the envelope in their approach to the two-dimensional quality of a painted surface.
For Anna Kaye's proportion of the exhibition will include graphite and charcoal drawings, watercolor paintings, and time-lapse videos of spring growth in an area of the Rocky Mountains that was devastated by wildfire in 2002. Ten percent of Anna Kaye's sales will be donated to the Colorado State Forest's Bark Beetle Mitigation Fund
Listen to Anna Kaye interview with NPR about the fire which inspired her work, please click here.
Anna Kaye teaches art at Metro State College, Denver.
(Raven by Anna Kaye - Charcoal on paper)

In the Exhibit also works by Margaretta Gilboy and Lorelei Schott.

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