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Albicker + Baribeau


Opening Night Friday October 16, from 6-11pm
1st Friday Reception November 6, from 6-10pm
Show will run from October 16 - November 6, 2015

Part of the human experience is searching for meaning in life. People achieve this in different ways including: sports, travel, socializing, volunteering, adventures or shopping, some choose to create. Art provides the receptacle to express the intersection between the intellect and intuition and this process reinforces the evolution of accepting what it is to be human. It is through this process that we achieve a greater connection to those around us and to who we are. While the approach of this work is opposed; the commonality is in the value of making. This body of work expresses a sampling of observations from nature and life experiences retold in art making using paper, ink and clay.

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Valerie Albicker: "The underpinning of my work comes from searching for the discarded. In this particular show, I found bricks and flooring that became the platform for the series. My work is inspired by observations from nature as I ride my bike to work, the sound of humming birds, flowers, underwater environments and other entrapment’s less desirable. It is the unexpected nature of working with glaze and high temperatures that enables me to get out of the way to allow the pieces to create themselves."

Ms. Albicker is the director of the Visiting Artist Lecture Series at the University of Colorado. She graduated from Munson Williams Proctor Institute School of the Arts, Albany State and Russell Sage College.

Helen Baribeau: "The Giant Garden Glove series is an ongoing project that explores blending my traditionally 2D art practice with an exploration of its potential in a 3D format. The project deals with the natural world and the challenges imposed on the environment by the demands our culture makes."

Helen Baribeau moved to Arizona from Montreal, Canada in the 70’s and focused on printmaking at the University of Arizona in Tucson. She moved to Colorado and received an MFA in printmaking in 2010.and after two-years in the DC area she returned to Colorado with a passion for papermaking as an added component to her art practice.


Juried Group Show

Opening Night Friday November 13, from 6-11pm
1st Friday Reception December 4, from 6-10pm
Show will run from November 13 - December 4, 2015

‘Make. Do.’ is a showcase of young artists working in the denver community who expanded upon the idea of arte povera to make work. Each piece alludes to the lives and hands of the artists. As a continuum of arte povera, the works highlight the use of simple and recognizable materials and objects to explore different concepts, methodologies and processes. The work featured in the ‘make. Do.’ exhibition is juried by artist, gallery owner and director Eric Dallimore, artist and current host at the Clyfford Still museum Diego Rodriguez-Warner and curator and art historian Petra Sertic.


Jenny Fillipetti


Opening Night Friday December 11, from 6-11pm
1st Friday Reception January 1, from 6-10pm
Show will run from December 11 - January 1, 2015

Interfascia is about edges, boundaries, membranes. The hazy borders between organism and environment; the sites of nerves and mouths and pores and cell membranes where perception transpires and molecules mix. Where we are all becoming: exchanging atoms; affecting and being affected by the people, animals, plants, and objects around us. This body of interactive work transforms Hinterland into a living space where even the tiniest of our actions have visible creative power. Here, the rhythm of your breath is translated into intensities of line and form, your movement into patterns of light; and plants, people, and objects all exist in intimate circles of interconnection. Your presence at the show will also be the seed for a future series of artworks, to be perceived by other eyes, ears, and skin cells.

Jenny Filipetti is New York-born, Denver-based electronic media artist and educator. Her work involves the use of digital technologies to capture the ephemeral and render the imperceptible visible. In interfascia she explores the union of traditional ceramics with digital fabrication processes including 3D printing and CNC milling.

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