Birds in Art
July 18 - September 15, 2014
Opening Reception July 18, 2014 5-8 PM

On loan from Wisconsinís Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, the "Birds in Art" exhibit presents the very best contemporary artistic interpretations of birds and related subject matter. Two- and three-dimensional artworks in all medias presents the natural world having birds as the primary or secondary focus.

Birds in Art opened on July 18, 2014 and is on view for nine weeks.

The Steamboat Art Museum will host the Opening Reception of the 2014 Yampa Valley Crane Festival on 9/12 between 5 -8 pm.
Please register in advance on the Crane Festival website: coloradocranes.net/registration/

Come view this amazing exhibit. Free entrance. The museum is open Tuesday - Saturday 11 am - 6 pm.

   
 
Plein Air Exhibit
September 26 - October 18, 2014
Opening Reception September 26, 2014 5-8 PM

The Steamboat Art Museum will be the host for a seven day Plein Air Festival taking place in September of 2014. Artists will gather in Steamboat between 9/20-9/27 to enjoy the vistas and practice their art. The colorful, week-long gathering of artists and art lovers in Steamboat will include artist competitions and awards, public art sales and a lot of fun with friends!

   
 
Quick Draw event at Wolf Ranch
September 27 - September 27, 2014
Opening Reception September 27, 2014 12-2 PM

The 2014 Quick Draw event will take place at the Wolf Ranch in Steamboat Springs on 9/27.

Schedule:
10 am - noon Artists will paint
Noon - 2 pm Barbecue and Art Sale

Quick Draw tickets are on sale at the Art Museum.

$25/adults
$5 for children 7-12 years
Free for children 6 years and younger

Tickets include a Barbecue lunch.

   
 
Exquisite Miniatures - one of two winter exhibits
December 05 - April 11, 2015
Opening Reception December 05, 2014 5-8 PM

Wes and Rachelle Siegrist are a husband and wife team specializing in exquisite miniature watercolor paintings so exquisitely rendered that they are often mistaken for photographs. Painting in the tradition of American Revival Period Miniaturists, the tiny paintings appear even more detailed under magnification, affording both the viewer and the artists a dimension of interactivity. The Seigrists convey the feel of larger canvases or the essence of the natural world in miniature in their small works. It is no small wonder, therefore, that the Siegrists have been referred to as "World Ambassadors for Miniature Art".

   
 
Mark Thompson Exhibit - one of two winter exhibits
December 05 - April 11, 2015
Opening Reception December 05, 2014 5-8 PM

A native of Colorado, Mark Thompson received his B.A. degree in Commercial Art from Colorado State University. After working briefly as a commercial illustrator in Chicago, he returned to Colorado. He taught art for ten years and completed course work toward an M.A. in drawing and painting at the University of Northern Colorado. He turned to his art full time in 1981, working in the media of egg tempera and etching. Mark has received numerous awards from exhibitions over the years, including The American Artistís Professional League (NY), The Knickerbocker Artists (NY), the Salmagundi Club (NY), The Allied Artists of America (NY), and the Colorado Governorís Art Show.
OPENING RECEPTION 12/5/14 at 5 pm. Free.
LECTURE / DEMO BY MARK THOMPSON Saturday 12/6 at 10 am. $20, $10 for members.
NIGHT AT THE MUSEUM DINNER 12/6/14 at 6 - 9 pm.

Image: The Muse of Spring.

   
 
John Fawcett Exhibit
June 05 - October 15, 2015
Opening Reception June 05, 2015 5-8 PM

   
 
COMING WINTER 2016: Len Chmiel
December 06 - December 06, 2016
Opening Reception December 06, 2016 5-8 PM