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Open Studio Party

Open Studio Party

Last Saturday I welcomed some of my dearest friends and collectors to celebrate my newly expanded studio space at Ironton Distillery’s Artist Studios. Expect to see a lot of new pictures and in-process moments in this new art studio this summer, as I have a large new project that I am looking forward to starting soon. And let’s just say this: I plan on using every inch of this new studio to make this project come to life.

Exhibition Opening: How Things Take Shape

Exhibition Opening: How Things Take Shape
On March 1, ATC DEN debuted our new spring show “How Things Take Shape,” a group exhibition I curated, featuring the works of four of my favorite local Denver artists exploring geometric abstraction. Elisa Gomez’s Canopy series is based on the colorful abstraction of architecture and landscapes. The intersection of light and shadow are interpreted with...

Winter Art Studio at Anderson Ranch

Winter Art Studio at Anderson Ranch
I just got back from an incredible three weeks in Snowmass, Colorado at the acclaimed art center, Anderson Ranch. In the winter, Anderson Ranch is a snapshot from a winter postcard one might imagine saying “Greetings from Colorado.” Wooden cabins slightly weathered from years of sunshine and snow, covered with fresh snow and icicles. I took a three-week...

Artist Interview: Marsha Mack

Artist Interview: Marsha Mack
I am excited to introduce you to an incredibly talented artist, Marsha Mack. Marsha was a featured artist this fall at our gallery ATC DEN. She displayed a stunning solo exhibition titled, “Miss Vietnam.” We are excited about Marsha’s upcoming endeavors in the art scene and sat down with her to catch up on her studio and professional life. Also, be sure to...

Laura Moretz: In The Hands of Grace

Laura Moretz: In The Hands of Grace
A few weeks ago I debuted my fall and winter exhibition. It is an expansive new series entitled In the Hands of Grace. In the series, I reclaim my family name “Moretz” as my professional moniker. Both my name and my exhibition leave a symbolic mark as I seek to pay homage to my great-grandmother, Maude Elizabeth Leonard Moretz (b. 1884). My...

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