Art with Impact
In the Gallery
Immerse yourself in the elements of art while experiencing the abstract work of Facets. Although abstract art by definition has no recognizable subject, these pieces exude emotion and meaning. The subject is what you see; let go of labels. Access Gallery artists bring lines, texture, color, and shapes together to express their unique inner worlds. While some of the work in this show was made through deliberate action, others are the result of spontaneity. We invite you to wander through the layered complexities of Access Gallery.
Artist Spotlight Wall
Access Gallery is excited to debut this collaborative painting created by the Explorers of Easterseals Colorado! Facilitated by Kelly Craighead of Invoke Arts LLC, the Explorers attended weekly classes at Access Gallery’s studio to participate in experimental artistic endeavors. While learning about contemporary and historical artists as well as the principles of design, artists created work both independently and cooperatively over the past 6 months. This piece is the result of their final collaboration. Beginning with a study of both warm and cool colors, the Explorers spent 2 days working on what most participants exclaimed was their biggest canvas yet! Some artists moved carefully while others threw caution to the wind. Look closely to find the layers of experimentation and individuality.
We're open to the public on:
- Thursdays, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
- First & Third Fridays of each month, 6:00pm - 9:00pm
- Saturdays, 1:00pm - 4:00pm
- By appointment
Please email the Gallery Manager, Louis Trujillo
to schedule an appointment.
Address: 909 Santa Fe Drive, Denver, CO. 80204
We strongly encourage visitors to wear masks in the gallery.
March is the Nationally recognized month raising awareness about individuals diagnosed with Intellectual or Developmental Disabilities/Delays. For our second year in a row, we’ve teamed up with Developmental Pathways to create an awareness campaign. This year’s theme is “I can do more than I can’t.” “I am... more than a disability.”
During March look out for the banners and posters for the campaign around Denver. Plus, you can be involved in the campaign. See all the ways here.
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