Art Inspired by the Land’ bringing artists, farmers to Boulder and Longmont gallery walls – Boulder Daily Camera

Boulder area

15th Street Gallery: Featuring work by Denver artist Tony Ortega; open by appointment only; 1708 15th St., Boulder;

Ana’s Art Gallery: “La Mirada Posible,” answers the question, “What can our future hold?” and it features artist Rolando Estevez; ; noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday; 1100 Spruce St., Boulder;

Art Parts: Non-profit creative reuse center with arts and craft supplies; 3080 Valmont St., Boulder;

Art Source International: Antique maps, prints and vintage posters; 1237 Pearl St., Boulder;

Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art: “agriCULTURE: Art Inspired by the Land,” a multi-venue exhibit (in partnership with Longmont Museum), features work by 18 artists in collaboration with Boulder County farmers that celebrates the region’s farming heritage, on display June 8-Oct. 1; Mia Mulvay’s “Albedo Effect” outdoor sculpture, up until next summer; 1750 13th St., Boulder;

Plants seen at MASA Seed Foundation, a bioregional seed bank of diversity with locally adapted seeds. BMoCA and Longmont Museum are teaming up to bring the exhibit “agriCULTURE: Art Inspired by the Land,” which showcases works 18 artists in collaboration with Boulder County farmers. (Courtesy BMoCA)

Café Aion: Work by Deb Stranger, on display through July 17; Café Aion, 1235 Pennsylvania Ave., Boulder;

Canyon Theater and Gallery: “Cultivating Resilience,” featuring art and science coming together in an exhibition by Amy Hoagland, Summer King and Jullian Young, up through June 11; “Our Wishes,” Alejandra Abad’s response to COVID-19 in a textile exhibit, up through July 31; Main Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder;

Collective Community Arts Center: “Rocky Mountain Weavers Guild,” a fiber arts exhibit showcasing handwoven wall art, garments, home accessories and other works that use a variety of fiber art techniques. Rocky Mountain Weavers Guild is celebrating its 70th anniversary with the exhibit that will be up through June 25; 201 N. Public Road, Lafayette;

The Crowd Collective: First Friday art walk for June will begin at 5 p.m. Friday; 4939 N. Broadway #58, Boulder;

Dairy Arts Center: “All My Relations,” work by Indigenous artist Kristina Maldonado Bad Hand that’s focused on connection and impact; “Prismatic,” exhibition celebrating the queer community across the Front Range for Pride month, up through July 6; 2590 Walnut St., Boulder;

East Window: “Frame” a series of literary salons curated by Sarah Elizabeth Schantz and Toni Oswald, through December; “Resilience and Resistance” and “Our Backs Hold Our Stories,” features photographs from Indigenous queer photographer Kali Spitzer, up through June 28; Window exhibit features work by activist artist Sue Coe, up through June 28; 4550 Broadway, Suite C-3B2, Boulder;

Eldorado Springs Art Center: Art gallery and sculpture garden in the foothills; 8 Chesebro Way, Eldorado Springs;

The Gallery at Bus Stop: “Imagine Love,” exhibit by Koko Bayer, the creative force behind the Rainbow Heart Project and Project Spread Hope, up through July 1; 6 p.m. Friday; 4895 N. Broadway, Boulder;

HiFi Jones Studio & Gallery: Pop-culture art mashups made from reclaimed vinyl and books by Jonathan Hanst; 209 E. Simpson St., Lafayette;

Louisville Art Association: National Photography Show and Sale will award over $6,000 in cash and prizes to participating artists, through Sunday; Louisville Center for the Arts, 801 Grant Ave., Louisville;

Messinger Gallery: Art on display by Julie Havel, who expresses her passion and spirit through art; Messinger Gallery at the Boulder JCC, 6007 Oreg Ave., Boulder;

Museum of Boulder: “Beer Here! Brewing the New West” looks at Colorado’s beer history and features a mock saloon for museum happy hours, up through Sept. 3; “The Story of the Boulder Dushanbe Tea House,” follows the evolution of the only authentic Persian tea house in North America, open through June 18; 2205 Broadway, Boulder;

Naropa University Art Galleries: Nalanda Campus, 6287 Arapahoe Ave.: Cube Gallery has local and international artists; Nalanda Gallery hosts guest artists and student exhibitions, Lounge Gallery operated by students. Arapahoe Campus, 2130 Arapahoe Ave.: Lincoln Gallery features local and regional artists. Paramita Campus, 3285 30th St.: Paramita Gallery has works in all media by regional artists;

NoBo Art Center: “Following in the Footsteps of Posada,” mosaic works by Karen Yuste, celebrating Cinco de Mayo and honoring the humor and whimsy of Jose Posada’s cartoons, up through June 30; 4929 Broadway, #E, Boulder;

Particulars Art Gallery: June’s featured artists are Linda Bice and Laurie Adams. There will be a reception for the monthly artists the second Friday of each month; “UnchARTed Waters,” member’s show up until June 30; “Spring Laugh” art tour, featuring 25 artists participating all around downtown Lafayette. Three artist will be in the classroom at pARTicular’s with some new and unique work, June 3 at 10 a.m.; 401 S. Public Road, Lafayette;

Phil Lewis Art: From T-shirts to custom snowboards and prints to laser engraving, the visionary artists’ work is on display and for sale; 2034 Pearl St., Unit 102, Boulder;

POP! Gallery: Open Studios’ part artist-owned pop-up art and gift gallery features a unique mix of Boulder County artists’ works for sale; on 11th Street and Pearl Street, just south of Fjällräven;

R Gallery: “Colorado Creatives Unleashed” explores the creative minds of Colorado artists through their most recent works, displaying impressive artistic diversity with landscapes, abstract works and unique sculptures, up through Sunday; Mark Risius solo exhibit, up through June 10; 2027 Broadway, Boulder;

Rembrandt Yard: Aboriginal, local and national art; 1301 Spruce St., Boulder; 303-301-2972;

Sanctuary Art Gallery: “Celebrating Women” exhibit explores women scientists to homemakers, dancers to activists and looks at topics from abuse and inequality to hope and healing, up through Sunday; First United Methodist Church, 1421 Spruce St., Boulder;

Shark’s Ink: New color lithograph “Field Lines,” by Terry Maker, is inspired by the electromagnetic lines depicted in scientific and mathematical literature; 550 Blue Mountain Road, Lyons;

SmithKlein Gallery: Works on display from Uruguayan artist Santiago Garcia, who explores realism through his work that includes various paintings of Converse shoes, on display through Friday; 1116 Pearl St., Boulder;

CU Art Museum: “Onward and Upward: Shark’s Ink,” a print and lithography collection, up through July; “Lasting Impressions,” the museum’s collection of American prints from the 1940s, up through June; 1085 18th St., Boulder;

University of Colorado Museum of Natural History: Various galleries that focus on natural and human history include: Discovery Corner, hands-on activities for kids, BioLounge, with a café and biodiverse exhibits, and the Anthropology Hall, which hosts a collection of ancient stone tools found in a Boulder; CU Boulder Henderson Building, 15th and Broadway, Boulder;

For tips about opportunities, grant information and art news, visit Boulder County Arts Alliance at

Longmont area

Firehouse Art Center: “Augmented Organics,” art from Cheryl Coon, Eleanor Sabin and Alexandra Christen-Muñoz, who explore humanity’s power to shape environments, up through Sunday; 667 Fourth Ave., Longmont;

The Great Frame Up: St. Vrain Photography Society members’ show showcases its work, on display through July 7; 430 Main St., Longmont;

Osmosis Gallery: “Our Everyday Lives,” features street scenes in Colorado captured by Scott Roebuck; 290 Second Ave., Niwot;

Walnut Gallery: Features work from more than 50 artists in a wide range of media; 364 Main St., Longmont;

Northern Colorado

Artworks Center for Contemporary Art: “Ternary,” works by Kristina Davies, Jazz Holmes and Jen Starling, up through July 1; “CHROMOPHOBIA,” art by Elizabeth Suriani, up through July 1; 310 N. Railroad Ave., Loveland;

Columbine Gallery: More than 800 National Sculpture Guild pieces adorn a garden with local paintings on display inside; 2683 N. Taft Ave., Loveland;

Independence Gallery: Vibrant gallery featuring local artists and rotating exhibits; 233 E. 4th St., Loveland;

Lincoln Gallery: Art gallery featuring works from members of the Thompson Valley Art League; 429 Lincoln Ave., Loveland;

Lone Tree Antiques and Fine Art Gallery: Features fine art, Native American jewelry and artifacts, Pueblo pottery, beadwork and more; 115 1st St., Eaton;

Loveland Museum: “Contained,” explores the environmental impact of water containers, on display through June 25; “Colorado Custom,” looks at custom guitars made by local luthiers Lee Knutson, Chris Monck, Darrell Plampin and Jeff Woolsey, up through Aug. 27; Governor’s Art Show and Sale will celebrate 32 years with new exhibit, up through June 11; “Inspire,” a group exhibition of artists who also teach in Loveland Museum’s education program, each of whom deftly straddles the worlds of creativity and innovation, up through Sept. 10; 503 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland;

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