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Discover the hidden world of Denver’s dynamic fine arts scene this fall.

October 2013

5280.com Exclusive: Even more shows, and student art shows, you shouldn't miss.

Shows To Know
Our picks for the gallery shows you shouldn’t miss this fall.
• British artist Daniel Eatock’s experiential An Empty Room: The Sequel at the Rocky Mountain College of Art & Design, through Oct. 10 
•  Coalesce and Fault, a mother-son show at Ice Cube Gallery, through Oct. 12 
•  John Ferguson’s imposing steel sculptures at Ironton Studios and Gallery, through Oct. 19 
•  Heart, Wax & Stone by acclaimed sculptors Jill Shwaiko and Mark Yale Harris, at Mirada Fine Art Gallery, through Oct. 20 
•  Con-Form-ation I: Farmland, the first of a three-part photography series about eastern Colorado, at Evan Anderman Gallery, through Oct. 26 
•  Matthew Harris and Tobias Fike’s interactive video installation at Vertigo Art Space, through Oct. 26 
•  True Grit, a new take on Western art, at Mai Wyn Fine Art, through Nov. 9 
•  Contemporary art from the Addison collection in Paper/Product, at the University of Colorado Boulder Art Museum, through June 21, 2014 
•  Byers-Evans House Gallery’s three-artist exhibition featuring winners from the 2012 Denver Plein Air Arts Festival, Oct. 4–26 
•  JFK photos and vintage vacuum cleaner rocket sculptures by Jimmy Descant at Leon Gallery, Oct. 4–28 
•  Painter Robert McCauley’s solo show at Visions West Gallery, Oct. 4–31 
• Lovely and Amazing, 3-D collages by Abecedarian Gallery owner Alicia Bailey, at Niza Knoll Gallery, Oct. 4–Nov. 8 
•  Aspen painter and sculptor Tania Dibbs at the Carmen Wiedenhoeft Gallery, Oct. 4–Nov. 16 
•  Varied works by University of Denver alumni at the Victoria H. Myhren Gallery, Oct. 4–Nov. 17 
•  Ceramics artist Dave Crane’s Edges at Plinth Gallery, Oct. 4–Nov. 30 
•  Colorado Bike Culture at Denver Photo Art Gallery, Oct. 10–Nov. 30 
•  Excess and As It Was and Never Will Be, featuring new paintings by Jennifer Hope and Rachel Prago, at Edge Gallery, Oct. 11–Nov. 3 
•  Write, I See: Ekphrastic Response, in partnership with Lighthouse Writers Workshop, at Art Students League of Denver’s Carson Gallery, Oct. 11–Nov. 22 
•  A Revised History, Denver painter CT Nelson’s solo show, at Knew Conscious Gallery, Oct. 12–Nov. 1 
•  Colorado native and mixed media artist William Lee Ashley’s Memory at Anthology Fine Art, Oct. 18—Nov. 30 
•  Jon Koenigsberg’s dark, angular mobiles at CORE New Art Space, Oct. 24–Nov. 10 
•  Found art collages and iPhone photography at Spark Gallery, Oct. 24–Nov. 17 
•  Don Stinson’s new paintings at the David B. Smith Gallery, Oct. 25–Nov. 23 
•  University of Colorado Denver Faculty Biennial at Emmanuel Gallery, Oct. 31–Nov. 14 
•  Denver Arts Week, multiple locations, see denver.org/denverartsweek for details, Nov. 1–9 
•  Modest X 4, a four-artist exhibit at Abecedarian Gallery, Nov. 1–Dec. 14 
•  Pop artist Louis Recchia at Pirate gallery, Nov. 8–24 
•  Genetic Time Bomb, Thomas Robertson’s perspective on Alzheimer’s disease, at GroundSwell Gallery, Nov. 9–Dec. 10 
•  Paintings by Drop City founder Clark Richert at the Gildar Gallery, Nov. 15–Jan. 4

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