“Sunflowers, Community Garden,” by Casey Hebb, a local landscape artist whose work offers contemplative reflections on the natural wonders of Boulder Valley. Her art will be on display at an opening 1-5 p.m. Sat., Nov. 4, at Mika Woyda Home, 2900 Valmont Road, Suite E-1, Boulder. Refreshments and drinks.
15th Street Gallery: Featuring lithographs by Santa Fe artist Rodney Carswell; open by appointment only; 1708 15th St., Boulder; 15thstreetgalleryboulder.com
Ana’s Art Gallery: Art from local, African and Caribbean artists; noon-5 p.m. Tuesday-Sunday; 1100 Spruce St., Boulder; anasartgallery.com.
Art and Soul Gallery: 1615 Pearl St., Boulder; artandsoulboulder.com.
Art Parts: Non-profit creative reuse center with arts and craft supplies; 3080 Valmont St., Boulder; artpartsboulder.org.
Art Source International: Antique maps, prints and vintage posters; 1237 Pearl St., Boulder; artsourceinternational.com.
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art: “Media Live: Technology as Healing,” an exhibition featuring the work of eight artists who explore different forms of technology, on display through Jan. 14; Mia Mulvay’s “Albedo Effect” outdoor sculpture, up until next summer; 1750 13th St., Boulder; bmoca.org.
BMoCA at Frasier: “Frame of Reference,” abstract paintings by Amy Metier, on display through Nov. 29; 350 Ponca Place, Boulder; bmoca.org.
BMoCA at Macky: “Squinting Grief,” photographs by John Lake that capture trips to New York, Wisconsin and his father’s birthplace of Rockford, Illinois, up through Nov. 12; Macky Auditorium, 1595 Pleasant St., #104, CU Boulder campus; bmoca.org.
Boulder Potters’ Guild Fall Show and Sale: Give the gift of local, handmade functional pottery, sculptural ceramics and more. Over 40 members of the Boulder Potters’ Guild will be showing and selling their work. The show runs through Nov. 9-12, with a meet-the-artists reception on Nov. 12, at 6 p.m.; 10 a.m.-8 p.m. Hover and Nelson Roads, Longmont; boulderpottersguild.org.
Canyon Theater and Gallery: “Quiet Country,” through folded paper quilts, the exhibit explores human’s relationship with nature among overstimulated cities, up through Dec. 1; “Take Flight! – A Celebration of Colorado Wildlife,” inspired by walks along local trails and in Colorado’s open spaces, up through Nov. 30 at the Meadows Branch; “What Do You Do With a Tail Like This?” retrospective of the work of Boulder Caldecott Honor recipient Steve Jenkins, up through Dec. 3; Main Library, 1001 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder; boulderlibrary.org/exhibits.
Collective Community Arts Center: “Dia de los Muertos,” featuring work by Cal Duran, the Community Ofrenda and Centaurus High School AP Spanish Students, up through Sunday; 201 N. Public Road, Lafayette; lafayetteco.gov.
The Crowd Collective: First Friday will be held at the Crowd Collective and other venues featuring NoBo Art District artists; 6 p.m. Friday, 4939 N. Broadway #58, Boulder; thecrowdboulder.com.
Dairy Arts Center: “El año del coyote,” by Grace Gutierrez highlights the emotions and experiences of the coyote, up through Nov. 11; “Cuauhtemoczin,” a mythological impressionist work by Diego Florez-Arroyo that explores liberation in the setting of prisonwork, up through Nov. 11; “Denver’s Art Seen: Selections,” selection of linocut prints from Raymundo Munoz, up through Nov. 11; “Flat Space,” by Whitman Lindstrom, offers a fresh perspective on the iconic Flatirons, up through Nov. 12; “Neuron Forest,” by Katie Caron, work inspired by nature’s geometries and the brain’s neurons, the similar branching fractals, up through Nov. 11; “The Mercury Oracle,” six cards of an 88-card divinatory tool created by Lewis Neeff are on display outside; 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; thedairy.org.
East Window: “Commodities (Food of My People),” artist Zig Jackson looks at the life of urban and reservation Native Americans, along with the attendant socio-political issues of the “Indian Condition,” up through Nov. 5; “Aging Bodies, Myths and Heroines,” photography that looks at the social and ethical implications of the observational image and challenges some of the myths and misunderstandings often imposed upon elder members of contemporary western societies. Opening reception at 7 p.m. Thursday; “Frame” a series of literary salons curated by Sarah Elizabeth Schantz and Toni Oswald, through December; 4550 Broadway, Suite C-3B2, Boulder; eastwindow.org.
Eldorado Springs Art Center: Art gallery and sculpture garden in the foothills; 8 Chesebro Way, Eldorado Springs; eldoradospringsartcenter.com.
The Gallery at Bus Stop: “Heavenly Flights + Earthly Bounds,” up through Nov. 10; 4895 N. Broadway, Boulder; noboartdistrict.org.
Handweavers Guild of Boulder Fiber Art Show and Sale: The Handweavers Guild of Boulder began producing an annual event in 1971, and the Show and Sale has evolved through the years into the premier fiber event it is today; 10 a.m. Friday, Boulder County Fairgrounds, 9595 Nelson Road, Longmont; hgbsale.org.
HiFi Jones Studio & Gallery: Pop-culture art mashups made from reclaimed vinyl and books by Jonathan Hanst; 209 E. Simpson St., Lafayette; hifijones.com.
Louisville Art Association: Louisville Center for the Arts, 801 Grant Ave., Louisville; louisvilleartassociation.org.
Messinger Gallery: “The Bruces,” still photography by Bruce Borowsky, Bruce Henderson and Bruce Shaffer; Messinger Gallery at the Boulder JCC, 6007 Oreg Ave., Boulder; boulderjcc.org.
Mika Woyda Home: The beauty of Boulder Valley is captured by local landscape artist Casey Hebb at this exhibit that features contemplative reflections on the area’s natural wonder. Refreshments and drinks will be provided, opening 1-5 p.m. Saturday; 2900 Valmont Road, Suite E-1, Boulder; mikawoyda.com.
Museum of Boulder: “Proclaiming Colorado’s Black History,” highlights the history of Black culture in Colorado, up through September of 2025; “The Sink: The Rest(aurant) is History,” showcases the history of Boulder’s oldest restaurant, up through Jan. 14; 2205 Broadway, Boulder; museumofboulder.org.
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; bit.ly/naropaart
NoBo Art Center: 4929 Broadway, #E, Boulder; noboartdistrict.org/nobo-art-center.
Particulars Art Gallery: November’s featured artist is Jeanne Hougen; a reception for monthly artists is held the second Friday of each month; 6×6 Community Art Show, showcasing art for sale made by community members; 401 S. Public Road, Lafayette; particularsart.com.
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; phillewisart.com.
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; popgalleryboulder.com.
R Gallery: 2027 Broadway, Boulder; rgallery.art.
Rembrandt Yard: Aboriginal, local and national art; 1301 Spruce St., Boulder; rembrandtyard.com.
Sanctuary Art Gallery: “Patterns,” an interpretation of patterns by visual artists, on display through Nov. 12; First United Methodist Church, 1421 Spruce St., Boulder; sanctuaryartgallery.art.
Shark’s Ink: New lithograph from Kara Maria, “Under Simple Stars,” looks at the endangered Great Basin silverspot butterfly; 550 Blue Mountain Road, Lyons; sharksink.com.
SmithKlein Gallery: Expressionistic impressionism paintings by Lyudmila Agrich, up through Friday; 1116 Pearl St., Boulder; smithklein.com.
CU Art Museum: “Faculty Exhibition 2023,” celebrates the creative work of CU Boulder faculty, up through the end of the fall semester; “Lush — Prolific Nature” brings together artworks that picture the natural world, up through June 2024; 1085 18th St., Boulder; cuartmuseum.colorado.edu.
University of Colorado Museum of Natural History: Various galleries that focus on natural and human history include: Discovery Corner, hands-on activities for kids, the BioLounge and the Anthropology Hall, which holds a bank of ancient stone tools found in Boulder; CU Boulder Henderson Building, 15th and Broadway, Boulder; colorado.edu/cumuseum.
University of Colorado Libraries: “No Boundaries: Women Transforming the World” exhibit highlights the role of women in past and present cartography, on display until May 2024; 9 a.m., Jerry Crail Johnson Earth Sciences & Map Library (Benson Earth Sciences building), 2200 Colorado Ave., Boulder; free; colorado.edu/libraries.
For tips about opportunities, grant information and art news, visit Boulder County Arts Alliance at bouldercountyarts.org.
Firehouse Art Center: “Día de los Muertos” annual exhibition, up through Sunday; “The Journey,” community-led project by Joyanna Gittings, up through Saturday; “Gigantes,” giant puppets made of papier-mâché or cardboard materials, up through Saturday; 667 Fourth Ave., Longmont; firehouseart.org.
The Great Frame Up: The fall show will feature a variety of mediums from 17 area artists, up through Friday; 430 Main St., Longmont; longmont.thegreatframeup.com.
Longmont Museum: “agriCULTURE: Art Inspired by the Land,” in partnership with Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, pairs over a dozen artists with Boulder County farmers to create visual works inspired by farming and the natural world, up through Jan. 7, 2024; “Crisis to Camaraderie: The 2013 Flood Photo Exhibit,” exhibition of photographs taken by the community of the 2013 flood, its aftermath and recovery in commemoration of the 10-year anniversary of the extreme weather event, up through fall 2024; “Dia de Muertos,” altars built by community members and the work of local artists, up through Monday; 400 Quail Road, Longmont; longmontmuseum.org.
Osmosis Gallery: “Viktoriia Smirnova: A Journey of Resilience and Artistry,” pottery from Ukranian artist; “Tim and Barb Husby: Art Born from Past and Present,” work featuring MDF (medium-density fiberboard), softwoods, hardwoods, watercolors, oils, spray paints, stains and urethanes, presents an innovative take on art, both up through November; 290 Second Ave., Niwot; osmosisartgallery.com.
Walnut Gallery: Works from more than 50 artists, working in a wide range of media, are on display; 364 Main St., Longmont; thewalnutgallery.com.
Art Center of Estes Park: “Two Painters,” paintings by Jenifer Cline and John Long, up through Monday; 517 Big Thompson Ave., Estes Park; artcenterofestes.com.
Artworks Center for Contemporary Art: 310 N. Railroad Ave., Loveland; artworksloveland.org.
Columbine Gallery: More than 800 National Sculpture Guild pieces adorn a garden with local paintings on display inside; 2683 N. Taft Ave., Loveland; columbinegallery.com.
Independence Gallery: Vibrant gallery featuring local artists and rotating exhibits; 233 E. 4th St., Loveland; independencegallery.com.
Lincoln Gallery: Art gallery featuring works from members of the Thompson Valley Art League; 429 Lincoln Ave., Loveland; lincolngallery.com
Lone Tree Antiques and Fine Art Gallery: Features fine art, Native American jewelry and artifacts, Pueblo pottery, beadwork and more; 115 1st St., Eaton; lonetreeantiques.com.
Loveland Museum: “Witness to Wartime: The Painted Diary of Takuichi Fujii,” nearly 250 ink drawings in a diary of the Japanese internment from 1942-1945, up through Jan. 14; “Manzanar: The Wartime Photographs of Ansel Adams,” photographs of the Japanese American relocation camp in California during World War II, open through Jan. 14; Loveland Art Studio Tour Preview Exhibition, work of artists featured in the 15th annual Loveland Art Studio Tour, a highly competitive juried art show representing a wide variety of media, open through Sunday; “What Mrs. Minnerly Collected,” pieces collected by the former museum curator from 1958 through 1970, up through Sunday; “2013 Flood Images,” images taken and articles written during the 2013 flood to revisit the magnitude of the event, up through Dec. 31; “Yonsei,” by Haley Takahashi uses contemporary printmaking methods combined with traditional Japanese imagery, symbolism and craft, up through Nov. 26; “Remnants,” work by Teddi Parker who adapts her painterly technique to describe the beauty of everyday life, up through Feb. 18; 503 N. Lincoln Ave., Loveland; lovelandmuseumgallery.org.
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