In SITu: From the Artist's Perspective –
Thursday January 18 - 6:00 - 9:00 p.m.
Free and Open to the Public
adverb & adjective
in its original place.
"mosaics and frescoes have been left in situ"
A prevalent element all artist studios have in common is a chair. No matter the type, style, or medium of work created by the artist, the studio chair is an important tool for their creative practice. In this exhibition, artwork by twenty nine artists can be viewed while sitting in the artist’s studio chair, which will be situated in front of their work. While viewing artwork from the artist’s own studio chair, visitors can ponder each piece and hopefully gain a glimpse of the artist’s vision.
Jason Lee Gimbel
Gretchen Marie Schaefer
Mai Wyn Schantz
Elaine St. Louis
Andrew Ramiro Tirado
Also on view around the Arvada Center January 18 - April 1
By Stephen Farland and Brian Sartor
Made entirely of chairs and chair parts, the soldiers of Victory are a gift to humanity and "stand as a monumental world response for a vision of healing." - Ed Dwight sculptor/astronaut
"They inspire 'the human spirit to go forward through all adversity.'” - Westword