6th Annual Art Bash by Philip J Steele Art Found.

6th Annual Art Bash by Philip J Steele Art Found.

Friday, May 18, 2012  |  7:00 PM Mountain
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6th Annual Art Bash by Philip J Steele Art Found.

6th Annual Art Bash by Philip J Steele Art Found.

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All artwork has been donated by a diverse and influential group of local, national, and international artists and galleries. For more information please visit www.steelefoundation.org.

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“Cain” Oil and acrylic on masonite, 24”x24” by Leah Aigner

Lot # 1 (Sale Order: 1 of 97)      

Leah is currently studying drawing and painting at Metropolitan State College of Denver. Her work tends to be representational as she likes to explore the importance of line and identity. Leah’s exhibitions include a group show at Stay Gallery (2007), a solo show at the Dock Gallery (2011) and a current show at Dandelion Boutique in Colorado Springs. Leah was a recipient of a Philip J. Steele Arts Education Foundation Scholarship Award during this past year. Go to http://www.flickr.com/photos/pappythered/...more

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“Trash Tree” Photography, Giclee print on canvas, 12” x 18” by Vicki Christensen

Lot # 2 (Sale Order: 2 of 97)      

Vicki is an award winning art/creative director in the advertising industry. She is also a writer and photographer. Vicki shoots editorial, fine art, and horse portraits. She defines her style as eclectic, saying: �The way I look at the world, emotionally, is my subject matter. Photography is one way I show people my personal experience that is life....more

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“Some Kid’s Backpack” Ink on Paper, 20” x 25” by Joseph Coniff

Lot # 3 (Sale Order: 3 of 97)      

Joseph’s work is constructed within a framework of behavioral studies, documented relations and familiar associations. Working within these parameters enables him to create a base for the physical picture, object or performance – from form to environment. He is represented by Rule Gallery in Denver, Colorado. Go to http://josephconiff.com/...more

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“TOXIC:WARNING” Mixed Media (Wood, Plastic, Acrylic), 6” x 6” x 1” by Matthew Paul Corley

Lot # 4 (Sale Order: 4 of 97)      

Matthew graduated Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in 2007 with a BFA. He had a solo show at 11th Ave. Gallery in 2008 and in the Alumni Gallery at RMCAD in 2009. Matthews group exhibitions include the Wazee Union, Delectable Egg, and Rhinoceropolis 2008 - 2011. You can view Matthews current paintings at Marika's Coffeehouse in Manitou Springs, Colorado. Go to www.mapaco84.com...more

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"Tangible" Colored Pencil on Paper, 19"X18" by Misha Farris

Lot # 5 (Sale Order: 5 of 97)      

Misha is a freshman attending Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design to study 2D Animation. She has always loved the world of art and is constantly scratching and sketching down new ideas and drawings. This is her first true gallery submission. Misha was a recipient of a Philip J. Steele Arts Education Foundation Scholarship Award during this past year....more

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“Young Paiute” Oil on canvas, 9''x12'' by Craig Freeman

Lot # 6 (Sale Order: 6 of 97)      

Craig Freeman is on a life path as Da Vinci had suggested “To live in beauty, look for beauty, and create beauty. He has been an artist and studied piano since early childhood, spending 30 years in the San Francisco Bay Area before moving to Seattle. In 1982 he founded the Northwest College of Art & Design in the greater Seattle area, now in its 30th year. He became a national speaker and art advocate while keeping a busy art studio schedule. Craig now resides in Kauai Hawaii and is still leading NCAD to the next level. He loves to paint out in the field “en plein air”. In the studio, he paints larger landscape works and continues his portrait series. Freeman’s art is in many private collections throughout the US , Japan, Canada and Europe, and is represented by Amy Lauren's Galleries, Kauai, HI. www.amylaurensgallery.com Go to www.craigfreemanfineart.com...more

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“Untitled” Mixed media on paper, 12” x 11” by Ania Gola-Kumor

Lot # 7 (Sale Order: 7 of 97)      

Ania’s artist statement says that creating is a very personal and complicated process for her, related to her heart, brain, intuition, experiences and memory. It reflects her state of mind. She is painting out of the need to give form to her emotions, express issues that she is exploring and verify something that she never quite realizes until she is satisfied with the results of her work. Ania’s painting process is about balance between spontaneity and control, intended and serendipitous. In creating a good picture honesty is very important to feel vulnerable and bold at the same time. Ania is widely shown and publicized in Denver art scene and internationally. She is represented by Sandra Philips Gallery and has been a professor at Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design for last 14 years. Go to http://rmcad.digication.com/ania/Welcome/published...more

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“Distillate” Lightjet print on archival Fuji Lustre paper, 35” x 29” by David Griggs

Lot # 8 (Sale Order: 8 of 97)      

Denver-based artist David Griggs has completed over 45 commissioned works throughout the United States. Primarily a designer of architecturally integrated, site-responsive Public Art, he has also participated in ten Master Planning and Design Teams, including the Design Team for Hope, Arkansas, President Clinton’s birthplace. His work is installation-based, engaging the audience with visual intimacy and physical interactivity. With a heightened sensitivity to the qualities of a site’s function and history, his Public Art work resonates with the character of its site. Go to www.artsoup.com...more

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“20111211-4” Acrylic on watercolor paper , 13" x 10" by Homare Ikeda

Lot # 9 (Sale Order: 9 of 97)      

Born on the subtropical island of Yoron, near Okinawa, Japan, Ikeda spent his childhood exploring the island and the coral reefs surrounding it. Now he resides in Denver exploring the world of painting. He is represented by William Havu Gallery in Denver and Lanning Gallery in Sedona, Arizona. Go to www.homareikeda.com...more

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"Charles" Oil, Charcoal and Conte on Canvas, 30” x 24” by Melinda Kern

Lot # 10 (Sale Order: 10 of 97)      

Having recently moved to the US from Sussex in England, Melinda is currently studying at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and design, for her BFA. Her educational career, which encouraged the development of the individual, has had a profound influence on the work I am currently producing. As a result I am extremely interested in the idea of identity and the significance of relationships between individuals. On a larger scale, the experience of moving, and the distance created between the countries and cultures I am used to, has lead me to explore these relationships in connection to society. I seek to define the various perspectives and emotions that we come into contact with as a result of our different lifestyles, as well as the cultures, in which we chose to live. Melinda was a recipient of a Philip J. Steele Arts Education Foundation Scholarship Award during this past year....more

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“Iron Boots” Cast Iron, 3” H x 2” W x 3” by Rian Kerrane

Lot # 11 (Sale Order: 11 of 97)      

Rian is Associate Professor and Area Head for the Sculpture Program at the University of Colorado Denver. She is also an advocate for the arts and believes that art and education are uniquely associated. She recognizes the engagement of visual and verbal communication as integral to the art making process. In recognition of the social practice of sculpture making, Rian has coordinated iron casting performances in the region since 2005. A noted sculptor in cast iron, mixed media and installation, her imagery seeks to represent the social constructs applied to control personal environments. Go to http://www.RianKerrane.com>...more

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“Alchemy” Lithograph print, framed 25” x 21 “ by Kay Kim

Lot # 12 (Sale Order: 12 of 97)      

Kay’s image is a depiction (rendering) of the fathomless imaginary world where an artist often travels; which would be the same gravity/playfulness with the alchemy....more

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Clay Pony #8 (# 8 from a herd of 13) Raku Ceramics, 5”h x 5.5”w x 2.25”d by Amy Laugesen (1 of 2)

Lot # 13 (Sale Order: 13 of 97)      

Amy specializes in the creation of mixed media sculpture and public art. Her fragmented animal abstracts create a statement housed in both an ancient and contemporary context. The intention of her work is to capture the essence of spirit, movement, and timeless story into the sculptural forms she creates. Seven of her large scale sculptures have been commissioned and stand in public and private locations around the Denver metropolitan area and Colorado Springs, Colorado. Other small scale works are in private collections. Go to www.amylaugesen.com...more

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“Tad” Plaster with painted faux bronze finish on wood base, 29" x 40" x16" by Amy Laugesen (2 of 2)

Lot # 14 (Sale Order: 14 of 97)      

Amy Laugesen is an Affiliate Member of the National Sculptors’ Guild and Columbine Gallery headquartered in Loveland, Colorado. She is also represented by Turpin Gallery in Jackson, Wyoming and Vertical Arts Architecture Compound Gallery in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. She received her Bachelor of Fine Arts Degree and Fine Arts Diploma from the Boston School of the Museum of Fine Arts and Tufts University. Laugesen currently lives and works in Englewood, Colorado. Go to www.amylaugesen.com...more

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“What's black, white and read all over?” Paper, paint, ink, thread by Tanisha Lucas

Lot # 15 (Sale Order: 15 of 97)      

Tanisha is an Alumni of RMCAD, and has a passion for reusable materials and found object art. The final results may vary; however the transformation process from one state to another is the best and most exciting element of being an artist. It is important to remember this way of thinking when you choose to transform yourself....more

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“Nesting Thumbshell Set” Porcelain, 5" x 5" x 2" by Amy Misle

Lot # 16 (Sale Order: 16 of 97)      

Amy earned a BFA in sculpture from the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, and is currently settled in Casper, Wyoming where she is creating her functional and sculptural porcelain items. Her work is available at the Nicolaysen Art Museum in Casper, Wyoming and also online. Go to: www.amymisle.com...more

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“Untitled” Digital print on archival paper 12.5" x 8.5" by Dmitri Obergfell

Lot # 17 (Sale Order: 17 of 97)      

Dmitri (b.1986) is an artist practicing in Denver, Colorado. His work has been shown nationally and internationally. Dmitri explores art's role as a medium for spiritually. He is currently producing work for his upcoming solo show at Fraction Gallery in Lakewood. Go to www.dmitriobergfell.com...more

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“Overpass 12, 2004” Oil, charcoal and colored pencil on paper, 30"W x 22"H) by Kevin Oehler

Lot # 18 (Sale Order: 18 of 97)      

My approach to art making has been nothing if not wildly eclectic. Educated in the U.S. and the U.K., I have been been affiliated with Robischon Gallery in Denver, Desson Saunders Gallery in Chicago, and Morely Gallery in London. I've created large public art installations, including "Jade Spire" and "Union Spire" in Denver, "Flood of '65" in Littleton, CO, and "Evansville Gateway" along the Ohio River. In the 90's I was a Production Designer in Los Angeles designing film sets for stage and location. More recently, I've been designing natural and cultural history experiences and exhibits for museums across the U.S. "Overpass 12" was selected from a series of 50 or so drawings made in Los Angeles from 2000 to 2004. Based on photographs of freeway overpasses taken at sunrise, these drawings imagine remnant, crumbling highway architecture as icons of man-made landscape, persisting into a dystopic future, and outlasting the culture that created them....more

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“Afternoon Tea” Watercolor, 11 x 7 (unframed), 14 x 11 (framed) by Valli Palmgren

Lot # 19 (Sale Order: 19 of 97)      

Valli is an Estonia born fine artist living in Adelaide, Australia. Her work has been shown in Galleries in Finland, Estonia and Australia. She also teaches painting classes. Valli has participated in the ArtBash for five years and believes in the PJS Foundation’s mission of helping young artists pursue their dreams as an artist....more

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"Westerly Creek Grasses" Oil, 5 x 7 (unframed) / 10 x 12 (framed) by Kim Putnam

Lot # 20 (Sale Order: 20 of 97)      

Kim Putnam has been a practicing artist for over 15 years, working in oil and focusing primarily on figurative work. However, landscape painting is also an interest of hers. Kim is an Assistant Professor at Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. She teaches Drawing in the Foundation Studies Department. Kim’s work has shown regularly at Art & Framing in Stapleton. Kim has also participated in group shows at Spark Gallery on Santa Fe Drive, the RMCAD Faculty show as well as the Art Student League of Denver. Go to www.artemisiastudiogallery.com...more

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“Untitled” Ceramic, 15” x 8” x 3” by Nikki Pike

Lot # 21 (Sale Order: 21 of 97)      

Nikki is a local artist and cultural agent focused on bridging the gap between arts institutions, the public, and underprivileged communities. Her interactive works utilize performance, education, and sculptural objects to create community awareness and to promote a sense of duty and citizenship. With a ten-year exhibition record including Art Basel 2007 and The Contemporary Art Museum of Tampa, her large-scale outdoor work is featured in the permanent collection at the Children’s Museum of Tampa and at RMCAD. Under the direction of William Pope L., Pike performed on a national tour of The Black Factory later inspiring the creation of the bARTer collective. She has been teaching at the college level for eight years with an emphasis on studio arts, community outreach, and collaboration. Go to www.nikkipike.com...more

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“7 8.8.11" Acrylic on Canvas with Sharpie Marker, 30” x 15” by Reid Palmer

Lot # 22 (Sale Order: 22 of 97)      

Reid’s paintings tend to deal with more abstract ideas and emotions that are harder to describe and pinpoint. Although they are of "nothing" they are representations of the ideas and emotions that go into creating them. He injects thoughts and feelings into them during the creative process, most of which is painted over, and those ideas simply become part of the final piece. Usually while Reid is working on one of these abstract pieces he works on a cartoonish piece as well,. His aim for his painting is to create works that are aesthetically pleasing while perhaps raising some thought within the viewer based on the title of the piece, which tends to be the premise or idea from which the piece originated. Go to http://www.cartoonsrnot4kids.com...more

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“Slider M-141” Stainless Steel, 21’h x 7”w x 7”d by Kevin Robb

Lot # 23 (Sale Order: 23 of 97)      

Over the past three decades, this renowned Colorado metal sculptor has made his mark on the national and international art scene. With a unique style and consummate welding quality that have defined and differentiated his work, Kevin’s sculptures are not created according to a set plan. The placement of each element is an answer to a question of relationships, which he discovers as the work is in progress. His sculptures range from monumental, to garden size, and table top sized. Today, Kevin continues to create his magnificent works even after suffering a massive stroke in 2004. Although he has been challenged physically, his ideas remain free flowing and his commitment to quality is as high as ever – with a resolve that offers a physical testament to the dedication, expertise, and amazing recovery of this remarkable artist. His works can be seen at CODA Gallery, Palm Desert, CA; Janine’s Contemporary, Santa Fe, NM; Dean Day Gallery, Houston, TX; Kodner Gallery, St. Louis, MO. Go to www.kevinrobb.com...more

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“We Are All Connected” Four color print, mounted on black foam core, 18"x24" by Breezy Sanchez

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Breezy Sanchez is a holds a BFA in graphic design from RMCAD. Her current areas of exploration surround ideas of humans and there connections to their environment....more

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“Spot Rock (Block Quartz-Bl-Or)” Latex & Acrylic on Stone, 4.5" x 9, 14lbs. by Thomas Scharfenberg

Lot # 25 (Sale Order: 25 of 97)      

Thomas (b. 1984) lives in Denver, Colorado. He holds a BFA from Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design (2007) and is currently a resident creative at Wazee Union, where he regularly shows his work. Fall 2011 included a solo exhibition "Obvious Invisible" at Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art, Boulder Colorado. Group exhibitions include America Runs on Double Ds at Madison Museum of Post Contemporary Art, Madison, Wisconsin (2010) and Love to Hate/Hate to Love at Redline, Denver, Colorado (2009). Go to thomasscharfenberg.blogspot.com...more

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