Gallery scene: New exhibits abound
Yutaka Sone’s exhibit at the Aspen Art Museum opens this week, as do new shows at the Baldwin Galley, David Floria Gallery, Sardella Fine Art and Stanfield Fine Art. And, there’s that roll of giant dice at Buttermilk.
In all, it’s a busy couple of days on the gallery scene. Here’s a rundown.
The Aspen Art Museum presents in the Upper Gallery with free admission through Friday. The opening reception for both Having New Eyes and for is Thursday from 6-8 p.m. The museum hosts a Snow Cactus Sculpture Festival for children and families on Saturday from 1-5 p.m. On Sunday, Sone presents with music at the art museum at 1:30 p.m., after which a helicopter will airlift two 8-foot, multicolored dice to Buttermilk Mountain, where they will be tossed down the superpipe at 3:30 p.m.
The museum offers half-price admission with an Aspen lift ticket. Free admission on Fridays. Hours are 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday, and noon to 6 p.m. on Sunday. Located at 590 N. Mill St. 925-8050, http://www.aspenartmuseum.org.
Baldwin Gallery holds an opening reception for and on Friday from 6-8 p.m. The exhibit continues until March 12. 209 S. Galena St. 920-9797. http://www.baldwingallery.com.
David Floria Gallery holds an opening reception for on Friday from 6-8 p.m. The exhibit continues through March 19. 544-5705.
Sardella Fine Art has an opening reception for on Friday from 6-9 p.m. The exhibit runs through March 10. Located at 525 E. Cooper Ave., upstairs. 925-9044.
Stanfield Fine Art presents featuring original works on paper, with opening receptions on Friday and Saturday, from 6-9 p.m. The exhibit will continue until March 15. 555 E. Durant Ave. 544-6655, http://www.stanfieldfineart.com.
Aspen Chapel Gallery features an oil and acrylics exhibit, through Feb. 19. a show of contemporary art, will open with a reception on Wednesday, Feb. 22, from 5-7 p.m., featuring work by Shelley Campbell Bogaert, Sandra Johnson, Lou Kaplan, Barry Sheehan, Betty Weiss, Jayne Mosher, Erin Dinsmoor, Jason Schneider, Nancy Kullgren and Bill Gruenberg. It will run through April 2. Gallery hours are 10-5 p.m. daily. 925-7184.
Red Brick Gallery’s February show is featuring sculpture by Alicia Matesanz de las Heras, photography by Carol Miller and watercolors by Amy Zausmer. 110 E. Hallam St., 429-2777.
Oil pastel paintings by are on display at Zele Cafe through February. 121 S. Galena. Call Marith at 925-3795.
Woody Creek Store features a photography exhibit by George Stranahan, through February. Located next to the Woody Creek Tavern. 922-2342.
Harvey/Meadows Gallery features a solo show of new ceramic work by An artist’s gallery talk is scheduled Saturday, Feb. 25, at 4 p.m. Located in Aspen Highlands Village. 920-7721, http://www.harvey meadows.com.
Colorado Mountain College Aspen Campus presents featuring Stu Huck, photography; Kathy Steele, paintings; and Georgeann Waggaman, paintings. The exhibit runs until May 1. 225 Sage Way, Airport Business Center.
(Lefner Gallery) features local and international artists in a variety of media. Open noon to 7 p.m. daily. Located next to the Woody Creek Tavern. 923-8522.
Joel Soroka Gallery features vintage photographs from the estate of American photographer 1912-1999, through Feb. 18. 400 E. Hyman Ave., Aspen. 920-3152.
Mohwinkel Fine Art gallery/studio/darkroom features a mixed-media exhibit featuring works by Elle Gould, Kay Hannah, Judy Hill, Cliff Mohwinkel, Mary Russel, Lee Shapiro, Georgeann Waggamann and Madelyn Wolke. Located at 309C in the Airport Business Center. Open by appointment. Call 544-6446.
Aspen Institute presents early works of Herbert Bayer, including photography, paintings, drawings, watercolors and several sculptural maquettes, through March 31 in the gallery at Paepcke Auditorium. Open Monday through Friday from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. 544-7050.
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