May 4 - 31, 2018
Pamela Compton presents her New Orleans artwork with La Cour Art Bistro and Cabaret on Broadway. She is excited to share part of the proceeds with the Rocky Mountain Down Syndrome Association.
April 14 through May 12, 2018
The first large-scale exhibition and sale of work by artist John R. Anderson in Colorado, the state in which the artist studied and painted. Showcasing 51 extraordinary works of abstract acrylic paintings, ranging in color and size, Uncovered effectively demonstrated John Anderson’s exploration of Lyrical Abstraction.
“In my opinion, these paintings of John Anderson’s need to be seen by a wider public. They clearly reflect nature, both personal and public. He adds a kind of darkness and light to his abstractions that corresponds to his feelings within.”
— Ronnie Landfield, American Abstract Painter
“Well organized abstraction always creates a visual language which refers to nothing but the painted world in front of the viewer to draw upon. How well that language communicates determines the success or failure of the art. In my opinion the art of John Anderson speaks volumes.”
— Dave Ember, Award-winning Illustrator
“I really like it...it is rich and painterly and has a very rhapsodic quality to it.”
— Conor Jordan, Deputy Chairman, Senior Specialist, Christie’s Impressionist and Modern Art, NewYork
May 12, 2017
Gallery showcasing artwork by Emmanuelle Auzias, Pamela Compton, Dave Ember, Frederick Pichon, Walter Spring, Therese Wolfe, and Audrey Z. An event to remember with over 150 attendees. More than twenty paintings sold! The space was beautiful AND in the middle of the RiNo Art District near Coors Field.
44thfilms features artist Emmanuelle Auzias:
May 21, 2016
A celebration of history, music, food, dancing, culture, and art in Denver’s Five Points neighborhood, once known as the Harlem of the West. Showcasing Pamela Compton’s jazzy art.