Primal Ooze – Jared David Paul

‘Primal Ooze’ is a visual exploration of the way extinct humans might have created and worshiped art. The work is made utilizing sticks, leaves, found wood, totems, soot ink, 22 karat gold and burned logs from fire circles.

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Perilism – Diego Rodriguez-Warner

I tear things apart and put them back together. This is how I eventually come to an understanding of them.

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Color, Optics, Light – Barth Quenzer

In his most current body of work, Barth Quenzer finds comfort in an estranged aesthetic, a feeling that places the viewer in a space between the formal and the abstract. His paintings are thick and layered leaving plenty for the eye to discover. In these paintings, worlds collide with explosive color and texture. The recognizable themes in his work rely on playful studies and experimental painting processes using oils, acrylics, latex and found images.

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Harmonographology: The Near-Unison – Andi Todaro

As with most of my work, Harmonographology, is an ongoing experiment in the visual and physical appreciation of the only slightly out-of-unison- and-ultimately-dependent nature of the universe, which happens to yield infinitely varied results even within this charmingly narrow scope of study.

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Subject Predicate – Forrest J Morrison

Contained herein, is a collection of symbols (the series), organized into controlled groupings of symbols (each canvas), paired with excerpts from R. Buckminster Fuller’s Intuition. The interpretation and meaning of any level of this system of symbols will be unique to your individual experience.

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Dialoge with the Unseen – Georgann Low

Georgann Low celebrates her expressions of the French landscape and sculpture through paintings and drawings. These conversations reflect the beauty of a life well lived as a jazz singer and visual artist between the French countryside and Denver, Colorado.

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Leon’s Garden – Eric R. Dallimore

Owner and Curator of Leon, Eric Robert Dallimore will show five new sculptural installations which focus primarily on utilizing Pine Beetle Kill wood, with accents of moss, and temples of glass. These living materials will come together to create self-contained worlds that mysteriously communicate with their outer surroundings. With an emphasis of dignity on form, these massive sculptures will transform the 1,000 square foot interior of Leon art gallery into an interior sculpture garden.

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This Too Shall Pass – Jolt & Omni

Exhibition: June 9th-July 3rd, 2012

Opening Reception: June 9th, 2012 7pm-11pm

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