Past Exhibits

Art Exhibition with Christina Soarce Mackinnon


These abstract paintings, oscillating between chance and intention, are characterized by a process that I interpret as a reckoning of emotions and memories provoked by conscious and subconscious associations between my past and present self. The process is a dynamic dialogue, equally reckless as it is mindful. I am immersed amidst fragments of imagery filled with ideas that are struggling against each other. Spontaneous marks collide with formal elements, likening this to the human experience of living in paradox. I form connections between discord and harmony. Revelations erupt; I plot a route. My voice, continuously searching and unyielding in its capacity to transform again and again.


Christina Sorace MacKinnon is an internationally exhibited full-time artist known for her vibrant, energetic, and compelling abstract paintings. Her works are honest and palpable, composed of bold and rhythmic gestural movements with diverse mediums in each painting. By controlling the visual space within each canvas, she creates distinct moments charged with movement, respite, and organized chaos. Her large-scale canvases act as a visual narrative of living in paradox with elements that appear to struggle against each other yet coexist harmoniously.

A contemporary abstract painter based in New Jersey, MacKinnon took the road less traveled and decided it wasn’t too late to pursue her dream in her forties. After spending over twenty years in the throws of domesticity raising four children, she bravely set out to honor her artistic aspiration. She began working as a full-time artist in 2013 with reckless abandon. Since then, MacKinnon has hustled and strived to build her career, creating a prolific inventory of work and a significant Instagram following.

Learn more about Christina's work HERE. Christina Soarce Mackinnon is represented by Space Gallery


Art Exhibition with Leopoldo Cuspinera Madrigal

Mexican artist, architect, and academic; Cuspinera is interested in addressing environmental and social contexts of historical industry, sacred architecture, art, the relationship between humans and landscape, as well as the museumization, conservation, and enhancement of natural and cultural legacy. He produces and promotes new works that demonstrate both evolution and continuity based on pre-existing tangible and intangible heritage. To learn more about Leopoldo's work, click HERE.

Leopoldo Cuspinera Medrigal is represented by Space Gallery.

Art Exhibition with Karen Scharer and Jane Guthridge

Although Karen Scharer was born to artist parents and showed some early interest in drawing and painting, she did not give in to the urge to paint seriously until the mid-1980s. Karen graduated from the University of Montana in 1975 with a degree in Natural Resource Management, a reflection of the love of the outdoors that she learned from her father at an early age. In 1976, a job with the Forest Service took her from Montana to Boise, Idaho and eventually led to a job with IBM. In 1985, Karen married her husband Al, and moved to Albuquerque, New Mexico. It was there that she began to paint, with tremendous teaching and support from some remarkable artists, and she quickly began showing and selling her work. In 1991, Karen and Al moved to Colorado. After 17 very educational years, she left IBM in 1997 to devote her time to her art. Today Karen lives and work outside Estes Park, Colorado where her studio is surrounded by thousands of acres of National Forest. From her windows she can see amazing sunrises, and watch beavers and ducks going about their day on the lake below. Karen is truly grateful to be living it this way. To learn more about Karen's work, click HERE.

Karen Scharer is represented by Space Gallery. 

Jane Guthridge is a Colorado artist known for her work in a variety of translucent materials exploring the transformative effects of light and nature. Her move from the midwest to the abundant sunlight of Colorado inspires her work.

Ms. Guthridge has exhibited in solo and group exhibitions internationally. Her work was included in “Swept Away, Translucence, Transparence, Transcendence in Contemporary Encaustic” at the Cape Cod Museum of Art in 2013 and the Hunterdon Art Museum in 2014, and “Pattern” at the Attleboro Arts Museum in 2016. Her installation “Reflected Light” was exhibited in 2016 at the Center for Visual Arts in “Colorado Women in Abstraction”, curated by Michael Paglia, art critic and author of several books on abstraction. She was awarded artist residencies at Jentel Artist Residency and RMCAD. She was honored as the “2008 Artist of Recognition” by the Colorado Business Committee for the Arts, and with the generous sponsorship of The Kittredge Foundation she represented the United States in “The International Biennale of Contemporary Art” in Florence, Italy in 2003 and 2005. Her work is contained in the collections of Charles Schwab, Colorado State Bank and Trust, First National Bank of Colorado, Four Seasons, Kaiser Permanente, Raymond James, Texas State University and the U.S. Department of State, among others. To learn more about Jane's work, click HERE.

Jane Guthridge is represented by Space Gallery. 

Art Exhibition with Stephen Collector

Stephen Collector was born in Virginia in 1951 and has resided in Colorado since 1971. He began a career as a freelance photographer in 1975. His photographs appear in award winning books including Cowboy: The Enduring Myth of the Wild West, 1980 and Law of the Range: Portraits of Old-Time Brand Inspectors, 1992. Those outstanding photographs were exhibited in many shows including the Wyoming State Museum, the Arvada Center and the Dairy Center for the Arts in addition to the publication Persimmon Hill. He has been awarded an artist in residency at Mesa Verde National Park in 2010 and the Frank Waters Foundation in Arroyo Seco, New Mexico, in 2012. He published the books, Journeys to Ancient America, Goddess, and nudes: 1978-2016. Collector freelances for a number of magazines and periodicals, among them: Esquire, Men’s Journal, German Geo, Outside, Wilderness, Fast Company, Forbes, and the High Country News. His work has appeared in numerous museums and galleries throughout the West. To learn more about Stephen's work, click HERE.


Art Exhibition with Jodie Roth Cooper and Alli Gerrish

Jodie is an artist and designer, currently working and residing in Denver, Colorado. He earned his MArch from Cranbrook Academy of Art in Bloomfield Hills, MI, in 2013. Born in London in 1980, he moved to Saratoga Springs, NY, in 1999 to attend Skidmore College and has lived, worked, and traveled in the United States ever since. Jodie’s undergraduate study was in metalsmithing, and 3D modeling.

The scale and scope of his work has increased over the years and his focus is now on sculpture and installation art along with architectural design.

Although a great deal of satisfaction is derived from the design of functional objects and elements Jodie is most excited by blurring the lines of art and design in order to create elements, that not only serve a pedestrian function, but also serve to create memorable experience, whether physical or emotive. Jodie’s intention is to create an experience for others through his work and not impose a narrative. To learn more about Jodie's work, click HERE.

Jodie Roth Cooper is represented by Space Gallery.

Alli Gerrish is a nearly-native Coloradan with roots in New England and fond memories of a decade spent in the gorgeous hills of San Francisco. Her professional life began in advertising with a career in broadcast production and voiceover work, before moving to back to Boulder full time in 2002 to pursue this unexpected new chapter as a painter. Drawing and studying since childhood, she had not previously integrated her art into the commercial world but feels it has been a tremendous gift and a way to take the adversity in life and transform it into a bounty of opportunity.

Her work is about bringing the subconscious mind into the unplanned and spontaneous practice of action painting. She utilizes pure abstraction as well as calligraphic or figural representations to express the duality ever-present in this world.

Alli Gerrish has studied at the Academy of Art San Francisco, the Classical Art Academy, Naropa University, The Arts Student League of Denver as well as Anderson Ranch Arts Center. Her work has been shown at galleries throughout the state and is in public and private collections throughout the country. To learn more about Alli's work, click HERE.


Art Exhibition with Will Day

Born in New York City, Will Day lives and works in Boulder, Colorado. He has traveled extensively throughout the world and the experiences of his journeys have inspired him as a person and an artist. Primarily self-taught, his interest in painting intensified during his travels throughout North Africa, South America, and Europe. His fine art training has consisted of studies in Paris, France and Dublin, Ireland.

Will has an inherent ability to create bold, abstract images on canvas – the majority being large-scale in format. His art balances texture, color and layering into cohesive and appealing images. He works with his canvasses on the floor so that he can rotate and apply materials from different vantage points. Will has a disciplined approach to each painting with the goal of producing original works that are spontaneous and resplendent. “While all the paintings are abstract, I try to create numerous shapes and forms that are visible. Several of the paintings depict forms of nature, such as flowers or landscapes,” he explains. “My ultimate goal is to fuse three or four colors in each painting to project a strong, motivating energy to the viewer.” To learn more about Will's work, click HERE.

Art Exhibition with Ian McLaughlin

Ian McLaughlin was born 1979 in Winfield, Illinois, and grew up in Chicago. He holds a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in Painting/Drawing from the Kansas City Art Institute, 2002. He apprenticed with one of Chicago’s premiere Architectural Arts and Design studios and studied visual arts at the Chicago Academy for the Arts.

Over the years, he’s been lucky enough to work with amazing people, projects, and institutions in the visual arts world, including Marc Chagall’s “Four Seasons” restoration project, The Chicago Cultural Center’s Tiffany stained glass dome restoration project, Kemper Museum of Contemporary Art, The Nelson Atkins Museum of Art, and Northwestern University’s Block Museum of Art. He has shown in Chicago, Kansas City, Detroit, and is exhibited regularly in Denver. His work lives in a number of permanent collections in the Denver area. He lives and works in Boulder, Colorado. To learn more about Ian's work, click HERE.

Ian McLaughlin is represented by Space Gallery. 

Art Exhibition with Gail Folwell and Kelton Osborn

Statement from Gail Folwell:

I share my passions and experiences through sculpture. We can feel and immerse ourselves in an experience simply through what our eyes witness. Victory, laughter, camaraderie, glory, defeat, the pain of loss or celebration of life - these are energies I am drawn to explore. I create from personal experience, calling on the most powerful moments I have witnessed regarding humans and interaction. I create from the heart. My energy is palpable and affecting in resulting sculpture. The monumental work in my portfolio is often commissioned from personal studies. My burning desire is to inspire, teach, and heal with art.

To learn more about Gail's work, click HERE.

Statement from Kelton Osborn:

Early in life I had a penchant for discovering how things worked and were put together. I rarely utilized the instructions that were included with models and toys. I have always been a visual learner and enjoyed figuring out how things are made. With both my parents being scientists, I approach situations with the idea of discovery. Kelton is currently represented by the Michael Warren Contemporary.
Learn more about Kelton and his work HERE
Kelton Osborn is represented by Michael Warren Gallery. 

Art Exhibition with Sara Sanderson and Gail Folwell

Sara Sanderson is an oil painter based in Boulder, Colorado. She earned her Bachelor of Fine Arts from CU Boulder and Master of Fine Arts from the Pennsylvania Academy of the Fine Arts in Philadelphia, Pennsylvania. Sara has shown her work both nationally and internationally since 2001. For the past few years, her work had focused on the landscape of Colorado including the floods of 2013. Sara has a passion for color, atmosphere and light which can be seen in each of her works. Her paintings act as a record of time in a specific season, event, or moment. In addition to painting, Sara has taught drawing, painting, and design for many years. To learn more about Sara's work, click HERE.

Sara Sanderson is represented by William Havu. 

Gail Folwell shares her passions and experiences through sculpture. Gail says, "We can feel and immerse ourselves in an experience simply through what our eyes witness. Victory, laughter, camaraderie, glory, defeat, the pain of loss or celebration of life - these are energies I am drawn to explore. I create from personal experience, calling on the most powerful moments I have witnessed regarding humans and interaction. I create from the heart. My energy is palpable and affecting in resulting sculpture. The monumental work in my portfolio is often commissioned from personal studies. My burning desire is to inspire, teach, and heal with art." To learn more about Gail's work, click HERE

Art Exhibition with Michelle Courier and Kelly McCormick 

Michelle Courier began painting land, sky and tree-scapes, but has since been exploring painting water and the Western United States. Courier loves the challenge these scapes provide.“The movement between water, earth, and sky fascinates me. I want to make the viewer feel as if they could step into the water, actually almost be able to smell the trees.” Courier now has relocated from her home state of Michigan to Denver, Colorado full time, where she enjoys hiking and searching for more to create. To learn more about Courier's work, click HERE

Born and raised in Michigan, Kelly McCormick received his BFA from the University of Michigan and his MFA from Cranbrook Academy of Art. He has been living in New York City since 1999 and currently resides in Brooklyn. McCormick states, "In this series, the paintings suggest a dialogue between distortion of scale and man versus nature. My process begins with exploring the world around me. I seek out interesting compositions through photography that will carry over into my paintings. Water, glass or metal are identifiable images on their own, however, I seek the unique elements within. This process makes something ordinary seem extraordinary. For example, an aerial photo may look like graffiti, or crushed metal may look like an abstraction. By casting a different light we might see that the things we manufacture are like nature itself." To learn more about McCormick's work, click HERE.




Art Exhibition with Patricia Aaron and Miguel Edwards 

Patricia Aaron, an established Denver artist, has been featured in numerous museum, gallery, university, and airport exhibitions.  Recent acquisitions of Aaron’s work include: Metropolitan Homes Corporate Collection, (Denver CO), Hafnarborg Museum, Hafnarfjordur, Iceland, Delta Airlines Corporation (Atlanta, GA), Sun City Corporation Kobe Towers (Kobe, Japan), and Hogan Lovells (Denver, CO). Recently completed commissions include: Sun City Corporation (Kanagawa, Japan), Liberty Global (Denver, CO), the Museum of Outdoor Arts (Englewood, CO), and private residential commissions in Chicago, IL and Newport Beach, CA.

Selected national and international venues featuring Aaron’s work in solo and invitational exhibitions: Metropolitan State University Center for Visual Arts, Denver, CO; Colorado Fine Arts Center, Colorado Springs, CO; Curtis Arts and Humanities Center, Greenwood Village, CO; Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper WY; Adams State University, Alamosa, CO; Denver International Airport Terminal Gallery, Denver, CO; Masur Museum of Art, Monroe, Louisiana; Museum of Outdoor Arts, Englewood, CO; University of Denver Myhren Gallery, Denver CO; Colorado Women’s College of Denver University, Denver, CO; Butler Institute of American Art, Youngstown, OH; Arvada Center for Arts and Humanities, Arvada, CO; Arts |Brookfield Republic Plaza, Denver, CO; Water Street Gallery, Douglas, MI; Gallery 212, Miami, FL; Regis University, Denver, CO, Loveland Museum, Loveland, CO; Radcliffe College Bunting Institute, Cambridge, MA; Newport Art Museum, Newport, RI; LaGrange Art Museum, LaGrange, GA; The Painting Center, NY, NY; Harpa Concert Hall, Reykjavik, Iceland, Space Gallery, Denver, CO; Globe Fine Art, Santa Fe, NM.

Aaron earned a MFA from University of Denver School of Art and Art History in Denver, Colorado, and a BS in Business Management from University of Maryland.

Artist fellowships include Hafnarfjordur Center of Culture and Art, Hafnarfjodur, Iceland, Oehme Graphics, Steamboat Springs, CO, Sambaed Islenskra Myndlistarmanna, Reykjavik, Iceland, Hui No’eau, Maui, HI, Ucross Foundation, Ucross, Wyoming, Museum of Outdoor Arts, Englewood, Colorado, Anderson Ranch Arts Center, Snowmass, Colorado, Santa Fe Art Institute, Santa Fe, New Mexico, and Virginia Center for Creative Arts, Amherst, Virginia (1996, 2016).

Space Gallery, Denver, Colorado, and Globe Fine Art Gallery, Santa Fe, New Mexico represent Aaron’s work.  Aaron is an Adjunct Professor at the University of Denver, Denver, CO.

Miguel has over 20 years of experience as a creative professional and entrepreneur.  He has been brought in to manage people, budgets, and productions, and to provide leadership and inspiration in a variety of industries. He has been both an art director and a construction coordinator for award winning feature films. He has been a stage manager for the Experience Music Project, steel fabricator and heavy equipment team lead for the nations largest Flower and Garden Show, and has had exhibits of his art across the US and in Europe. Currently Miguel is working with a startup company, shooting commercial and editorial photography up and down the west coast. His public art and sculpture career is on a healthy trajectory with several public commissions in the works and is represented in Denver, Santa Fe, LA, Seattle, Palm Springs and Camano Island.  As a public artist, Miguel has worked with the cities of Seattle, Bellevue, Palm Springs, Edmonds, and Auburn as well as the international exhibition at Peace Arch Park.  

Art Exhibition with Chloe Hedden 

Chloe Hedden was born and raised in Utah's wild red desert, but has had the great fortune to call many amazing places around the world home. A graduate of the Rhode Island School of Design, Hedden is as comfortable painting large oils as she is illustrating children’s books. In 2007, she won an International Creativity award in the category of commercial illustration for “The Peaceful Warrior.” Her first children’s book, “The Illuminated Desert,” written by Terry Tempest Williams and published by the Canyonlands Natural History Association in 2008, won The Mountains and Plains Bookseller’s Award for Best Children’s Book.

Art Exhibit with Maryanne Quinn


Maryanne Quinn is a Boulder-based textile artist whose hand-felted paintings exploit a sense of childhood wonder. Bringing textile to life through bold colors and pattern, Quinn builds imagined landscapes and expressive compositions from layers of naturally-dyed Merino wool cut, shaped and then laboriously felted. Using her hands, she manipulates and massages the fibers, fusing the individual layers into tight units of her own musing. 

In a recent body of work, a pom-pom winter hat recalls childhood memories, the colors and material viscerally bringing her back to experiences growing up. Reimagining this nostalgic detail of her own past, the work captures and takes hold of a whimsical sensibility that exists in us all, a longing to somehow return to a simpler time.

Imbued with a sense of play and experimentation, Quinn finds inspiration in the natural world, delights in details of everyday life and potency of nostalgia. Floral imagery, geometric shapes and everyday objects are playfully reinterpreted in bright colors and arranged into lively compositions reminiscent of Henri Matisse. Their simplified nature rife with symbolic potency. Defined by decisive lines and clean edges, the visual language and aesthetic organization of the work is undoubtedly informed by many years working as a professional graphic designer. Unlike the slick and glossy world of graphic design, these works are soft and tactile.

Maryanne has partnerships with select retailers across the country and also sells directly to collectors, interior designers, and art consultants.  

Art Exhibit with Angela Beloian and Cara Enteles


Angela Beloian has exhibited her work in museums, galleries and art centers throughout the United States. Solo exhibits include Denver International Airport (2017, 2013), Denver Performing Arts Center (2010), Longmont Museum (2013), Riverside Art Museum (2011), Art League Houston (2009), Lawndale Art Center (2005) and Walker Fine Art (2014, 2012, 2011, 2009). Her work has appeared on the cover of Studio Visit Magazine (2014) and been reviewed in publications including Art Ltd (2014), Painted Sky: 106 Artists of the Rocky Mountain West (2015), and Westword where she was featured as a Colorado Creative (2019) and received a Best of Denver Award (2014). She is represented by Walker Fine Art in Denver.


Cara Enteles is best known for her nature, landscape paintings on Aluminum and Plexiglas panels. “My work is the result of my fascination and study of the natural world.” She has developed a unique technique that combines silkscreen printing and oil painting on these industrial substrates. The aluminum has a reflective ground that changes with the light, mimicking the natural world. The acrylic is built up in transparent layers painting on multiple sides to create great depth. Enteles is a 20 year resident of the Upper Delaware Valley which is the source of inspiration for her work. Underlying these seemingly beautiful paintings, Enteles infuses her thoughts on environmental issues. “In my mind the trees and plants of the paintings represent nature as a being. They exude power that man continually tries to manipulate. I aim to be an advocate for nature.”

Enteles's work is exhibited nationwide and in Europe. The Artist is featured in many Public Collections including Microsoft, The Norwegian Cruise Line, Great Ormond Street Children's Hospital, PricewaterhouseCoopers, and as well as numerous private collections. She is currently working on a large public commission for the MTA Arts and Design. Awards include Guest Artist at Singinawa Tiger Preserve, Kanha, India, 2011, inclusion in the Art in Embassies program, a Fellowship to the Julia & David White Artist's Colony, 2005, a studio at the Elizabeth Foundation for the Arts 2004-2008, and a grant from the Delaware Valley Arts Alliance Fellowship for the Visual Arts, 2002.

Her work has been shown at Wave Hill, The Hudson Valley Contemporary Art Center, The Long Island Museum and The Islip Art Museum. She earned her BFA from Parsons School of Design and has also studied at the Ecole des Beaux-Arts. She is represented by Amy Simon Fine Art in Connecticut, Sara Nightingale Gallery in New York and Walker Fine Art in Denver. In the UK and Europe she is represented by Strange Tracey Gallery.

Angela Beloian and Cara Enteles are represented by the Walker Fine Art Gallery.