Always proud to see our artists juried into this show. We have a few this year, pictured here is one of Alyson Kinkade’s featured pieces.
The Colorado Governor's Art Show & Sale is unique in that not only does it support and showcase Colorado Artists, but the show also supports education and assistance to students and their families in homeless situations. The show’s slogan “Art with Heart” says it all; one-third of the net profits from the Show are donated to the Thompson Education Foundation’s Resiliency Fund for Unhoused Youth.
We hope our fellow art appreciators find a piece or two for their collection from this show knowing they’re making a broader difference with their purchase.
For International Women's Day, we are proud to recognize the 30 Colorado-based female artists selected to participate in this year's show.
Beth Appleton, Elbert
Anna Rose Bain, Arvada
NJ Busse, Grand Junction
Robin Cole, Arvada
Theresa Conklin, Brush
Melissa Cooper, Littleton
Jane Dedecker, Loveland
Crystal Despain, Windsor
Sheri Farabaugh, Thornton
Lisa Hewett, Peyton
Jane Hunt, Boulder
Carol Jenkins, Ward
Johnson Welty, Denver
Kay Juricek, Denver
Andrea T Kemp, Golden
Alyson Kinkade, Loveland
Kathleen Lanzoni, Boulder
Margueritte Meier, Fort Collins
Anita Mosher, Castle Rock
Victoria Parsons, Parker
Blaise Simonelli, Boulder
Kelly Singleton, Longmont
Cydney Springer, Loveland
Elaine St Louis, Denver
Pati Stajcar, Golden
Sabrina Stiles Fine Art, Longmont
Jacquie Vaux, Fort Collins
Ellen Woodbury, Loveland
🖼 See fine art by these incredible women, plus 30 phenomenal male Colorado artists at the 2022 Governor's Art Show & Sale this April 23 - May 22 at the Loveland Museum. Learn more at governorsartshow.org.
Pictured sculpture: "Steps Supreme" by Jane DeDecker
Always happy when artwork finds a home!!! This Alyson Kinkade painting is headed to Great Britain.
Posted • This little beauty is getting packed up and off to it’s new home… across the pond! I’m thrilled to have a collector in the UK! Thanks for selling “Remembering Plains no. 56”
Remembering Plains is one of my most extensive series, started over twenty years ago. While painted as small works, the imagery gives a sense of grandeur that one feels looking over vast open spaces. It is not a literal translation of place, rather a filtering of my experiences, a memory of sky and land, a space for color to be bold.
Shop others in the series online, http://www.columbinegallery.com/store/c34/Alyson_Kinkade.html
A recent placement of an Alyson Kinkade painting looking great in its new home.
New work from Alyson Kinkade is splashing some color in the gallery. About her work, Alyson states... "My horizon series is about looking at one’s life goals and ambitions. They present in a bit of a blur, like the bands of color out the window as you drive past open spaces. Definition only forms with our focus of intent. Some lead into the next, some far off, others right at our feet... grounding us for our next move."
Pictured here with sculpture by Don Rambadt and Darrell Davis, pick up "In the Distance" at the gallery, or shop online and have it shipped http://www.columbinegallery.com/store/p3544/In_the_Distance.html
Use code HappyFriday at checkout for a special incentive.
Columbine Gallery’s John Kinkade was featured in Southwest Art Magazine's May issue about the upcoming Colorado Governor's Art Show & Sale. John has been the Governor’s Show Board and Show Committee events director for the past six years, and he explains in the article many of the changes he and his team have made to revitalize the show to appeal to today's art collectors and showcase Colorado artists to the fullest. This year marks 30 years.
Read more here: http://www.columbinegallery.com/gallery-feed/southwest-art-feature-on-governors-show
Grab a Southwest Art magazine to read more, then check out the show which runs from May 22nd to June 27th at the Loveland Museum. Learn more.... https://governorsartshow.org/
click "buy tickets" to reserve your time in advance.
Several Columbine Gallery artists are in this years show, Denny Haskew is a Legacy Artist, other invited artists from Columbine are Mark Bailey, James Biggers, Jane DeDecker, Kim English, Clay Enoch, Daniel Glanz, Alyson Kinkade, Wayne Salge, Sandy Scott, and Stephen Shachtman, you can spot them on the show's website. https://governorsartshow.org/selected-artists/
Painting professionally since 1999, Alyson Kinkade’s artwork is widely collected and exhibited throughout the U.S. She holds a BFA from Kansas City Art Institute.
Her paintings display the beauty of nature. Not solely a depiction of a place, but the feeling one holds while witnessing a sunset. Her work is expressive and bold, yet quiet and contemplative all the same. Alyson continues to create new works from her Loveland, Colorado studio.
What better subject than the sky to play with color and surface?’
Over the years my focus has transitioned more and more toward the fleeting beauty that surrounds us daily. My primary goal through the interpretation in paint of my observations of nature is to allow the viewer a moment of respite in the bustle of our days: to celebrate the brilliance of color, get lost in the airiness of the sky, or bask in the quietude of our open spaces.” -Alyson Kinkade
Pictured art is available for purchase online, now is a great time to enhance your space with relevant artwork from the comfort of your home.
@ ColumbineGallery Alyson Kinkade
Many of the foundries and shared work/fabrication spaces are closed due to the Covid Crisis. Help our artists with their cash-flow by preordering some of the artwork that is in various stages of completion in the foundry or fabricators' shops. Some are ready to ship directly from the artist's studios. click here to shop
Many of these Works in Progress are listed at introductory prices for brand new composition releases. Now is a great time to purchase and
As the artists share images and pricing with us, we'll continue to add them to the PREORDER section of our online store. Please note, many will be shown as drawings or clay sketches as the haven't been completed yet. See materials and past work for expectations of finish.
Please utilize coupon code "PREORDER" for items on this page only for a special incentive for helping our artists during the 2020 health crisis and we will notify you of an expected ship date when we can schedule safe shipments. The artists of Columbine Gallery and the National Sculptors' Guild thank you!
Gary Alsum Kathi Caricof Tim Cherry Sculpture Designs Dee Clements Darrell Davis Jane DeDecker Jane DeDecker Clay Enoch Edward Fleming Daniel Glanz Carol Gold Denny Haskew Jack Hill Amy Laugesen Linke Sculpture Herb Mignery Christopher Owen Nelson Joe Norman Sculpture Don Rambadt Sandy Scott Sandy Scott Michael Robert Warrick Chuck Whitehouse Daniel Augenstein Carolyn Barlock James Biggers Amelia Caruso Bob Coonts Cathy Goodale-saunders Jenny Hahn Jenny Hahn Studio Pat Howard Zach Howard Alyson Kinkade Fine Art Leo E. Osborne Jean Perry Tony Pridham Teresa Vito Teresa Vito Fine Art Tal Walton Pete Zaluzec
An artful placement is just what we need these days. Thanks Platte River Power Authority!
We will post photos of Kinkade’s painting installed along with the others Anderson Mason Dale Architects had commissioned for this placement as soon as we have them.
by Alyson Kinkade Fine Art