Nov 20 2020
Nov 20 2020 - Jan 14 2021
Group Exhibition featuring the works of: Diane Edwards, Xenia Sease, Bev Lee, Susan McKelvy, Nancy Wylie, Mike Ray, Virginia Unseld, Karen Spotts, Sandy Marvin, Norbert Nagel, Barbara Churchley, Roger Ambrosier, Wayne Vigil, Susan Foster, Sarah St. George, Janet Larsen, Jeannette Stutzman, Shelley Howard, Lisa Camilla Hale, Tracy Wilson
Bitfactory Gallery is pleased to announce a special exhibition called Taking Chances by the Pastel Society of Colorado (PSC). Signature and Master Signature members artist were invited to embark on a personal visual exploration of a subject, place or an approach to the medium of pastel and that demonstrates their ability to take risks and break the bounds of their comfort zone. The show is on view in the gallery at 851 Santa Fe Drive from November 20 until January 14 of next year during regular business hours Thursday through Saturday from 11 am to 3 pm and by appointment. Due to COVID-19 restrictions, no reception is scheduled. Visitors are required to wear masks.
A Signature member of PSC is an artist in good standing whose award-winning skills, nationally accepted experience, service to PSC as a board member, exhibition or committee chair, and creative vision is such that their pastel work could represent the organization. Master Signature status is the next step, awarded based on additional acceptance and awards in National or International shows, and additional service to PSC.
The artists showcased in this exhibit are Roger Ambrosier, Barbara Churchley, Diane Edwards, Susan Foster, Lisa Camilla Hale, Shelley, Howard, Janet Larsen, Sandy Marvin, Susan McKelvy, Norbert Nagel, Mike Ray, Xenia Sease, Karen Spotts, Sarah St. George, Jeannette Stutzman, Virginia Unseld, Wayne Vigil, Tracy Wilson, and Nancy Wylie.
PSC was founded in 1994 by a group of six artists as a way to promote pastel artists, the soft pastel medium and to encourage the appreciation and art of pastel painting. PSC has become a far-reaching organization, uniting artists across the Rocky Mountains and beyond. It offers opportunities for artists through “pastels only” exhibitions at least four times a year, and through informative demonstrations by recognized pastel artists both locally and nationally. Members can enjoy workshops and classes offered throughout the year. For more information visit pastelsocietyofcolorado.org
Bitfactory Gallery, located at 851 Santa Fe Drive in the heart of Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe, exhibits work by the best emerging and up-and-coming local, national, and international visual artists. It strives to showcase art that may not be a good fit for other galleries. Additionally, they host one major or renowned artist a year, bringing new and exciting work to Denver. The Bitfactory building also houses artist studios with the vision of providing a helpful, friendly atmosphere for artists to work solo or collaborate with others. Gallery hours are Thursday through Saturday from 11:00 a.m. until 3:00 p.m., and by appointment. For additional information please contact Bill Thomason at firstname.lastname@example.org or (303) 862-9367. www.bitfactory.net