Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of July 25-27

Jen Burdess installing Phenomena at Ice Cube Gallery.
It's summer, when the co-ops chug along with regularly scheduled member shows -- and sometimes, the art spills outdoors. Here are some new-show picks to help get you artfully through the weekend.

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Gallery Sketches: Four shows in Denver for the weekend of July 18-20

Jaime Molina at Super Ordinary.
This weekend's openings are in a range of venues, everything from project spaces in living rooms and storefronts to boutiques to tried-and-true co-ops. And just as the galleries themselves scream variety, so do the shows.

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Gallery Sketches: Four shows for the weekend of July 11-13

Other Geometries: Work by Jenniffer Omaitz opens Saturrday at the Short Term Parking temporary gallery space.
Pop-ups, takeovers and celebrations rule the gallery scene this weekend, when a plethora of unexpected exhibitions will take flight all over town. Here are some picks to guide you through the many alternatives.

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Gallery Sketches: Four shows for the weekend of June 27-29

Sarah Rocket, Gut Feeling, Ice Cube Gallery.
Constant reinvention keeps our art scene vibrant, so it's fitting that emerging artists and others in their prime are all part of this weekend's mix of new exhibitions in Denver. Want to keep up with the times? Here are few ways to stay on top of local art.

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Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of June 20-22

Margaret Kasahara, "Americanese 180 Degrees" (detail), oil and oil stick on canvas, 2009.
Where's the art this weekend? You can start in the Art District on Santa Fe, where collector-oriented Third Friday events will keep galleries hopping up and down the street. Or you can venture around (and outside of) the city for more show openings....

See also: Paper Work, Center for Visual Art

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Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of June 13-15

Adrian Landon Brooks at Super Ordinary.
It's Friday the thirteenth, but that's no reason to stay home: Tonight and in the days to come, Friday Flash, Denver Comic Con and OhHeckYeah will transform downtown into a wham! pow! high-tech and pop-culture art paradise, while the otherworldly, monumental glass shapes of Chihuly will wow the crowds at the Denver Botanic Gardens. And then there are these art-filled shows and events...

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Gallery Sketches: Eight shows for the weekend of June 6-7

This first First Friday is jammed with new art, as is the whole weekend, which also includes two June traditions: the Capitol Hill People's Fair and the Art Students League Summer Art Market. From fine art photography to collectible-toy decorating, you're bound to find something artful to see and do. Here are some of our favorites.

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Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of May 30-June 1

Work by Kristina Bridges, Colorado Photographic Arts Center.
There are openings all over town this weekend, and the art will transport you right out of this world. Here are just three of the artistic displays worth seeing this weekend...

See also: Denver Chalk Art Festival

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Gallery Sketches: Four shows for the weekend of May 23-25

Trine Bumiller, "Tree of Consistent Ambiguities," oil on panel, Robischon Gallery.
Art doesn't go on vacation or take three-day weekends, and this weekend's bounty proves it. Here are a few shows -- big, small, serious and not so serious -- to check out while you're kicking back.

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Gallery Sketches: Three shows for the weekend of May 16-18

Window-in-progress for Nicholas Toll at Leon.
Art is everywhere this weekend, including dozens of stops on the district-wide RiNo Art Safari on Saturday. Here are three singular shows worth checking out in other neighborhoods.

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