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The weather is shifting, stores have decorations out, lights are being hung and music is changing on the radio. You know what that means…The holidays are upon us! Come celebrate the holidays with Art Gym at our annual Holiday Fine Arts Festival, open from December 5 – December 24, with an opening party Thursday, December 5 from 5 – 8PM.

The festival offers a variety of work at affordable prices from over 30 of Art Gym’s members. The scope of artists included range from metalsmiths, printmakers, painters, mixed media, and so much more. The festival will also have items for sale in our café from our amazing Maker’s Kitchen culinary artists.

Hot cider, refreshments, wine, and beer will be provided. Don’t worry if you’re not able to come to the opening party though, the exhibition will be open until December 24, and our gallery is open Monday through Friday from 9AM – 6PM.

Included in the exhibition are:
Melissa Belmar, metalsmith
Judith Bergquist, mixed media
James Bohling, painting
Randy Burns, metalsmith
Sue Crosby Doyle, printmaking
Virginia Diaz-Saiki, printmaking
Miriam Dubinsky, printmaking
Lauri Dunn, mixed media photography
Judith Gilman, painting
Charity Gonzalez, mixed media
Heather Hanson, printmaking
Lori Hellstrom, fiber arts
Kim Henkel, metalsmith
Leon Loughridge, printmaking
Erynn McConnell, metalsmith
Cooper Millholland, printmaking
Marisa Cawthorne, metalsmith
Tony Ortega, printmaking
John Passaro, drawing
Amanda Pehrson, metalsmith
Mandi Quinn, printmaking
Kim Roberts, painting
Harriet Rossow, metalsmith
Laura Schneiter, metalsmith
Vickie Stevinson, metalsmith
Ouida Touchon, printmaking
K. Vuletich, mixed media
Robin Whatley, mixed media
Caitlin Zeller, metalsmith

Coming Up

Create Award
with Samantha Manion and Brigitte Thompson
Open from January 23 – February 14.
Opening reception: January 23 from 5-8PM

Past Exhibitions

Mission Statement

The Art Gym Gallery provides a space for artists to explore new ideas and push their process in ways that are difficult in other spaces in Denver. Thought-provoking, innovative, or otherwise experimental exhibitions are at the heart of the gallery.