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 Exhibitions 

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10th Anniversary Exhibit:
Celebrating the Exhibits and Artists of Our First Decade

12/05/2016 - 04/08/2017

For more information about Informative Talks, Demos, and Workshops see below.

    The Steamboat Art Museum was formed in December 2005 and presented its Opening Exhibition in the historic First National Bank building on December 23, 2006. The building is listed on the National Register of Historic Places and was gifted to the City of Steamboat Springs by its owner, Helen Rehder, who was a long time area rancher and artist. 

 

     Mrs. Rehder stipulated in her will that the building be preserved and used as a museum to promote the culture and heritage of northwestern Colorado. In 2010, the Steamboat Art Museum negotiated a 99-year lease on the building with the City. 

 

      Since the Opening Exhibition, which featured the works of past and present local artists, we have presented an Intaglio exhibit, a western art exhibit that included traditional cowboy and native American arts as well as paintings and sculpture, an international exchange with Mexico of the works of Martha Chapa, an exhibit on loan from the University of Wyoming Art Museum featuring their collection of the works of E.W. (Bill) Gollings, surreal blacklight sculpture by Don Woodson, and cartoon art by Jerry Palen, Ace Reed, andJ.R. Williams. 

 

      Subsequent exhibits included the landscape paintings of Clyde Aspevig and Scott L. Christensen, wildlife paintings of Ken Carlson, art quilts by David Taylor, western paintings by Jim Norton, landscapes and still life's by Quang Ho, a 50-year photography retrospective by Rod Hanna, paintings by Jean Perry and sculpture by Curtis Zabel, a local collection of Russian Art, photographs by Colorado Nature Photographers, and the still life's and etchings of Mark Thompson. Traveling exhibits have included Birds in Art, Exquisite Minatures, American Watercolor Society, and the 30th Anniversary exhibit of the Plein Air Painters of America. 

 

In 2015 and 2016, we saw the paintings of nationally recognized local artist John Fawcett and western Colorado's Len Chmiel, followed by our current 10th Anniversary Exhibit. 

 

Future exhibits include the Oil Painters of America national exhibit and the American Women Artists exhibit. 

 

We hope you enjoy this incredible exhibit. 

 

Shirley Stocks

Curator

 


OPENING RECEPTION: December 2nd, 2016 Free.


ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: February 4th, 2017 plus monthly events with the artists.

 ANNIVERSARY CELEBRATION: FEBRUARY 4th  

Please join us for our 10th Anniversary Celebration
A Retrospective of the past 10 years… Respect, Reflect, Reconnect!
 
And a Special Preview of our Transition into the Future
A Renovation… Restore, Reimagine, Rejoice!
 
Saturday, February 4, 2017 – 6 to 9 pm
$100 per guest

 

Festivities – Cocktails – Dinner
And Silent Auction featuring work by John Fawcett, Jean Perry

and custom cowboy hard hats by 20 of Steamboat’s fine artists!
 
RSVP by January 28, 2017. Seating is limited!
Call (970) 870-1755 or email: sam@steamboatartmuseum.org

Informative Talks and Demos 

In celebration of the 10th Anniversary, SAM presents the following series of talks, demonstrations and workshops by our exhibiting artists. Refreshments will be served at each of the Talks.

ROD HANNA

 

Photography Talk and Demonstration

January 28th, 2017 - 10am to 12pm

 

Chasing the Light - The Art and Ease of Photography

"Rod Hanna will share his approach to his art and some secrets of how it is made as well as provide some basic tips for everyone in this age of digital photography.”

 

Members: $25. Non Members: $35

SPIKE RESS

 

Watercolor Talk and Presentation

February 3rd, 2017 - 10am to 12pm

 

Watercolor Landscape – Inside, Out

All about watercolor… using it, traveling with it and painting watercolors on location. Spike will offer start to finish, step by step demonstrations on several of his paintings. 

 

Members: $25. Non Members: $35

JEAN PERRY

 

Oil Painting Talk and Demo

February 4th, 2017 - 10am to 12pm

 

“Why I love Plein Air Painting” or “Why would anyone want to stand outside in the wind, bugs, hot sun and rain in order to paint a picture?”

Signature member of Plein Air Painters of America, Jean will talk about the advantages of Plein Air painting to enhance her studio paintings and will demonstrate how she translates that study into a finished painting.  

 

Members: $25. Non Members: $35

MARK THOMPSON

 

Egg Tempera Talk and Demo

March 4th, 2017 - 5pm to 7pm

 

The (Almost) Lost Art of Egg Tempera

Colorado artist, Mark Thompson, a modern Renaissance man, will explain the techniques he uses to master this technically demanding and ancient medium. He will demonstrate his process in mixing his palette.  

 

Members: $25. Non Members: $35

SUSAN OEHME

 

Printmaking Talk and Demo at Oehme Graphics

April 1st, 2017 - 2 to 5 pm

  

Layers of Color with Printmaking 

We will start with a quick tour of the OG studio, and see some other prints, specifically Jack Cowin and Bowling. Then we will all gather downstairs to create images (possibly based on landscape) with drypoint Plexiglas plates combined with watercolor monotypes (painted on vellum), 4 x 6 inches. I will show examples first and demonstrate the actual method for painting and show how they will be printed. 

 

Cost: $50