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Sat, Apr 22


Alto Galllery

Patterns + Places Prints Sale

20% off select prints

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Patterns + Places Prints Sale
Patterns + Places Prints Sale

Time & Location

Apr 22, 2023, 11:00 AM – 3:00 PM

Alto Galllery, 1900 35th St Suite B, Denver, CO 80216, USA

About The Event


Saturday, April 22, 2023

11 AM - 3 PM

Join us at Alto Gallery (1900 35th St, Suite B, Denver, CO 80216) Saturday, April 22, 2023 11 AM - 3 PM for a special prints sale inspired by our current show Jason Garcia: Atlas. Come check out Garcia’s show of paintings and pigment prints based on his own abstract mural works in Denver. Then browse our prints shelf for a curated selection of 20% OFF discounted prints from local artists based on the visual themes of patterns and places. In-Gallery Only! Select prints only. Free refreshments.

Featuring prints by Fawn Atencio, Clay Brooks, Virginia Diaz, Daniel Granitto, Elena Gunderson, Lucy Holtsnider, Kyle Huninghake, Max Kauffman, Emily Moyer, Raymundo Muñoz, Thomas Scharfenberg, We Were Wild, and Peter Yumi

Print types include linocuts, etchings, screenprints, and digital prints.

ABOUT Jason Garcia: Atlas

Atlas explores the human experience of assigning meaning to objects, the relationship of the viewer to my public work and hermetic conversations within the work itself. Paintings reference my murals across Denver. Inspired by an indigenous motif found throughout the Americas, traditionally woven Ojo de Dios were installed at work, in a home or along a path as a blessing to request guidance. While painting those murals, it has become clearer that the meaning of blessing and guidance are autonomously created through the omnipotent filter of the autobiographical experience. Potentially separate from fact, each transient viewer governs their own truth, a definitive uncertainty. As a result, the Ojo de Dios pattern distorts and transforms, becoming a tapestry of sorts. The paintings record an ideological landscape that’s collectively traversed. A warping topographical repetition of color gradation distorts. Similarly, Street View images of the murals are sampled and remixed. Pigment collages on silk document a singular moment within the experience of viewing a mural. Draping silk emphasizes a sentiment of the changing same; the meaning of an object transforming over the course of time. Atlas is a catalog of attempts to contribute to mapping a landscape we collectively navigate together. – Jason Garcia

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