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Friday, November 4 · 7:00pm - 10:00pm


Mike Graves

Paintings by Mike Graves, Keith Jive and Markham Maes

New photography by Jeff and Joshua Ball - RuiNation: the Rust-Belt Remains

Sellars Project Space is proud to present a series of new photographs by brother Jeff and Joshua Ball in an exhibition titled, RuiNation: The Rust-Belt Remains.This exhibition opens with a reception for the artists on Friday, November 4th from 6 - 9 p.m. during Denver's city-wide Super First Friday in celebration of Denver's Art Week. The artists will be in attendance. This exhibition continues through November 30th, 2011.

“RuiNation” a photography exhibit by two Mid-West Brothers who see beauty in the Rust-Belt’s urban decay to open at Sellars Project Space this November

Join brothers, Jeff and Joshua Ball, November 4th from 6-9 p.m. at Sellars Project Space located at 4383 Tennyson Street for their new exhibit, RuiNation, The Rust-Belt Remains.

The Industrial Revolution is officially over. After an era of cultural optimism and pure industrial might, the United States no longer finds itself in a booming manufacturing-based economy. Many plants have closed, supply lines slowed and our once-proud workforce has faded into office cubicles and super-store checkout lines. The revolution is dead and the result is a sprawling countryside peppered with barren smokestacks and blackened factory framing. Within that imagery lived the inspiration for a project that would ultimately become RuiNation.

Different but the same: Metalwork from David Dunn and Charles Lefkowitz

Friday, November 4 · 6:00pm - 9:00pm

1644 Platte St. Denver, CO 80202

The Other Side Arts

Opening First Friday November 4th, TOSA Presents:
"Different by the Same: Metalwork from David Dunn and Charles lefkowitz"

Do not miss this collection of work from renowned Denver artists' David Dunn & Charles Lefkowitz. Both Charles & David have worked tirelessly for the last few months to present these exquisite metal works & we at TOSA are pleased to host their collections.
There will be beer from Denver Beer Co., Denver's most accomplished newest brewery & whiskey & liquor tastings presented by Leopold Brothers. As well as, Studio Works by the infamous *LoL* Caricature Company in the front gallery. What an opportunity to witness Denver's finest together in one night!

Party from 6pm-9pm! With Whiskey tasting kicking it off at 7pm.

First Friday Art Walk - Holiday Exhibition

Friday, November 4 · 6:00pm - 9:00pm

Artists on Santa Fe
747 Santa Fe Drive

Come join us this Friday to kick off the holiday season with new works by gallery member artists. As always, studios are open to the public so come on down!

Solo Art show : Tristan Minton

Friday, November 4 · 5:00pm - 8:00pm

Mr. Lucky's Sandwiches

Solo Art show : Tristan Minton

Free Sammich's & wine. More info at

Fashion Denver First Friday with Max Kauffman

Come Dream in watercolor with Max Kauffman at Fashion Denver

Dreams are world where flying isn’t unrealistic, running at high speeds is the daily norm and encountering otherworldly beings seems to be your everyday experience. While many spend their nights cuddled up under their covers creating their own realm, local Denver artist Max Kauffman is wide-awake painting it into reality. Kauffman will be bringing his dreamscapes to the showroom of Fashion Denver on First Friday, November 4th from 5-10PM.

Highly influenced by visual folklore, Kauffman mainly utilizes watercolor, ink and an Italian watercolor named “gouache” to illustrate worlds on paper that are normally only seen in the subconscious. His recent series “Migrations” is a work that mirrors an ethereal point of view of the avian world. Throughout the evening, Kauffman will be debuting new pieces of artwork, his recent series, as well as showcasing other pieces for viewing and purchasing pleasure.

But, for those that are just itching to grasp a touch of his fantasy, fans and art lovers have a chance to enter a drawing for one of Kauffman’s pieces, which will continue until the evening of First Friday at 8:30PM.

His exhibitions have been featured in various art publications such as “Lost at E-Minor”, “Juxtapoz” and ”Beautiful/Decay Book: 6”. In addition, Kauffman’s artwork has been commissioned by high profile clients such as “Mountain Dew”, “Nike” and “Arbor” just to name a few.

An expression, elegance and affinity for the world that can only be fabricated by the mind, Kauffman has managed to reference both realism and idealism to create works that can be glimpsed by all during the waking time of day.

National Screen Print Poster Awareness Month

Today at 7:00pm - Tomorrow at 11:00pm

2701 Larimer
Denver, CO

Any and all silkscreen printers are being hunted down across the wilds of Denver for this event. This Moment in history.

You are welcome to attend.

We will stomp the infidels that miss this event.

Black Cloud Workshop: Screen Print Show

Please come to the first official showing of Black Cloud Workshop in the collaborative gallery space at Crema coffee house. They will have tons of affordable poster and art prints as well as originals and limited editions never before released to the public. This will be a great opportunity to get unique holiday gifts, a few drinks (with a valid ID), snacks, and the best damn coffee in town. Be there or else.

PBR Art Show

Proper Barber Shop has joined forces with PBR to bring all of the best art from the PBR Colorado art shows under one roof. This Friday night join the gents from Proper along with DJ Ginger Perry and buckets of free PBR for the opening reception highlighting the best of the best. Featuring artwork by Josh Holland, Jouvelt, Absinthe Photography, Broox Pulford, and more.

Proper Barber Shop : Friday November 4th : 7pm – 10pm : 3923 Tennyson Street

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Putting the eNVy in DENVER: Stuart Confer

X: What is your name?

My name is Stuart Confer

X: Where did you grow up?

I grew up in McCook Nebraska.

X: What type(s) of art do you make?

Music / Screenprints I'm red-green color blind, so the visual work usually has bright, solid colors.

X: What is the name of your band(s) and role do you play in the band?

I sing, play guitar in a band called Hindershot, I play bass in Amazing Twin.

X: Who are your major influences in music or in art/design?

David Bowie / Pet Sounds / Andy Warhol / Tim Lahan

X: Do you work for an agency in town or do freelance?

I work as an art director at CCT advertising.

X: What pushes you to continue to make art?

The fact that our world is so fucked up is a great motivator.

X: Can you give us an outline of your creative process (possibly for a project you’ve been stoked on lately)?

I recently became obsessed with animals that became extinct in the Holocene. I ended up doing 20 screen prints on wood.

X: When and where was your last show (music)?

My last show was with Amazing (Evil) Twin for Rot Congress and Hindershot coverd Talking Heads for Denver Does CBGB last weekend.

X: Do you have any art shows coming up?

Nothing planned. I had a show at Big Hairy Monster in March.

X: What are some of your other passions?

I love surfing and brunch.

X: Where do you see your art career taking you in the future?

I want to continue pushing my comfort level in art and design.

X: Any plans for a tour in the near future?

We just lost our van, we are planning on getting a new one and hitting up the west coast again in the Spring.