Eriko Tsogo is a Mongolian American visual artist and filmmaker born on the steppes of Ulaanbaatar, Mongolia. Eriko grew up in Budapest, Hungary and immigrated to the United States with her family at the age of 8. She is an alumni of Denver School of the Arts, having attained her B.F.A (2012) from the School of the Museum of Fine Arts Boston and Tufts University.
Forrest J. Morrison
/Subject To Non-Renewal/ is an exploration of contemporary western identity in still life. Borrowing from the western aesthetic and themes, Morrison addresses the commodification of Nature using found and staged natural elements to draw broader metaphors for contemporary cultural norms.
Tya Alisa Anthony
SKINs, is an photographic exploration of the complexities of American Culture in the 21st Century. The idealization of the body is examined physically and metaphorically through play, lighting and process.
I draw and paint on paper and canvas. I approach my work in a visual sense from a classical side. I am interested in the strength of the visual aspects of art from previous times and how and why that look can have impact in our time.
The Deep End – Jonathan Saiz
Taking bold strides as he approaches his mid-thirties, Jonathan Saiz continues to push the boundaries of his practice, rigorously exploring the potential of the materials he employs in his work.
The Teeth in Your Skull – Jared David Paul Anderson
Join us as we welcome back Jared David Paul Anderson to Leon for his 3rd solo exhibition. Denver’s own Anderson returns with a new body of work that continues the evolution of his signature shamanistic gestural style, combining the volatility of primal forces with a clever and irreverent sense of humor.
My recent series of “Baroque Selfies” questions the ways in which an individual gains social status. Wealth, physical appearance, and charming personality too often trump wisdom, compassion, and humility. Failure to gain the attention and approval we crave feeds our insecurities and drives us to try even harder.
David M Freeman
David Freeman is an artist from McAllen, Texas who explores immigration, border issues and the war on drugs. He has been featured in The New York Times as a prevalent artist pushing social-political work beyond “border nations”.
Jaimie Gershen and Doug Spencer
Not all ghosts are meant to haunt and shadows never rest. We’ve built a home for the lightness and the darkness to get some R&R; an un-haunted house for the un-seen to rest in peace.
Diego Rodriguez-Warner + Matthew J Mahoney
Left Ajar: Plastic Old and Our Bright Shiny Future Together is an installation of artifacts, effigies, and paintings. It is a reflection, a visual cacophony bound to harmonious rhythm. This show contains figuration, texture, space, memory, narrative, history, fiction.