The Colorado Governor’s Art Show & Sale has selected 56 Colorado artists for the 2018 show and sale May 12 through June 17 at the Loveland Museum/Gallery. The show includes sculpture, mixed media, oil, watercolor and acrylic paintings.

Selected artists are:

  • Jody Ahrens - Grand Junction
  • Janet Anderson - Denver
  • Daniel Augenstein - Greeley
  • Dix Baines - Parker
  • Nikolo Balkanski - Lakewood
  • Deivis Barco - Denver
  • Carolyn Barlock - Denver
  • Michael Baum - Manitou Springs
  • Kelly Berger - Denver
  • James Biggers - Estes Park
  • Carl Bork - Salida
  • Michael Clark - Estes Park
  • Jane DeDecker - Loveland
  • Pem Dunn - Evergreen
  • Ani Espriella - Longmont
  • Leo Franco - Denver
  • Terry Gardner - Morrison
  • Daniel Glanz - Loveland
  • Don Hamilton - Castle Rock
  • Jane Hunt - Boulder
  • Carol Jenkins - Ward
  • Alyson Kinkade - Loveland
  • Martin Lambuth - Denver
  • Kathleen Lanzoni - Boulder
  • Amy Laugesen - Englewood
  • John Lintott - Grand Junction
  • Karol Mack - Fort Morgan
  • Kim Mackey - Pueblo
  • Jeremy Manyik - La Junta
  • Chuck Mardosz - Colorado Springs
  • Robert Matthews - Fort Collins
  • Scott Mattlin - Denver
  • Patrick McKee - Fort Collins
  • Audrie Mergelman - Loveland
  • Scott Metherd - Elizabeth
  • James G. Moore - Fort Collins
  • Dawn Normali - Estes Park
  • Desmond O'Hagan - Denver
  • Mikael Olson - Denver
  • Gregory Packard - Montrose
  • Lydia Pottoff - Longmont
  • Mike Ray - Littleton
  • Dennis Rhoades - Evergreen
  • Jenny Robinson - Brush
  • Wayne Salge - Johnstown
  • Kirsten Savage - Fort Collins
  • Ted Schaal - Loveland
  • Doug Schneiter - Loveland
  • Nathan Solano - Pueblo
  • Pati Stajcar - Golden
  • Karen Storm - Manitou Springs
  • Monty Taylor - Loveland
  • Jacquie Vaux - Fort Collins
  • Tal Walton - Fort Collins
  • Ginger Whellock - Castle Rock
  • Ellen Woodbury - Loveland

The 2018 show will feature three different works of art from each artist at the Loveland Museum Gallery. Attendees to the opening gala Friday, May 11 will have the opportunity to meet many selected artists in person. In addition to the chosen artists, the show will include a legacy artist who has participated in past years of the Colorado Governor’s Art Show & Sale and has works in the City of Loveland’s Art in Public Places collection. The chosen legacy artist will be announced this spring. Past Legacy Artist recipients are Quang Ho, Kim English, George Lundeen and Mark Lundeen. All art in this year’s event will be available for purchase beginning the evening of the Gala and during the run of the show. Show patrons and those who have purchased works from GArtS in the past will have an opportunity to view and purchase work at a special VIP preview event.

Fundraiser

The Colorado Governor’s Art Show is a fundraiser for the Loveland and Thompson Valley Rotary Clubs and is endorsed by the Governor of Colorado.  All proceeds will benefit Rotary-sponsored charitable projects and causes, including scholarships for local art students and support of Thompson Education Foundation’s Homeless Assistance Fund.

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