Artists rally for IndyInk's tenth-anniversary party
IndyInk gallery and print-shop will celebrate its tenth anniversary tomorrow, and over fifty local artists will be contributing work for the show that marks the event. This collection of artists represents just a fraction of the many Denverites who owe a debt of gratitude to what IndyInk has done for the city's art community.
Matthew Doubek feels IndyInk are "a bunch of the genuinely nicest folks on Broadway."
We reached out to a handful of these artists via e-mail to ask what IndyInk has meant to them.
"I have shown with IndyInk through the years," Sandi Calistro says, "and am always honored when they ask me. To me, IndyInk is a staple in the Denver art scene. They are always showcasing amazing talent, and they are just all-around good people. I've grown to know and respect many of the artists showing Saturday and am looking forward to showing with them!"
Sandi Calistro has been tattooing the residents of Denver for the last eleven years. A few years after she began inking skin, she branched out to painting, showing in galleries and working on large pieces around the city.