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Niza Knoll Gallery LLC

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Bold, vibrant, moving, gallery exhibits art from the unknown emerging artist to the national artist. From sculpture, photography and painting, from conceptual, contemporary to abstract, each artist and exhibition will be a new experience for the visitor.

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  • Hours: Wed-Thurs: 1pm-5pm First & Third Fri: 4pm-8pm Other Fri: 1pm-5pm Sat: 1pm-4pm
  • Miles to airport: 24.7
  • Blocks to CCC: 8
  • Miles to CCC: 1
  • Indoor Fire Code: 75
  • Total Capacity (if applicable): 75
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  • Group Activities Description: Guided tours conducted year round. Tour is approximately 60-90 minutes. Accessible for guests with disabilities. Available to groups of 10 - 25 for $5.00 per person. Meet and talk to local artists and see their studios, also visit several nearby art galleries. Demonstrations and art classes are available for a nominal fee. Advance reservations required. Wednesday through Saturday afternoons. Call or e-mail to arrange tour.

Meeting Facilities

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  • Description Stylish and contemporary, with changing exhibitions of sophisticated, original artwork, Niza Knoll Gallery’s 1,200 sq. ft. space is perfect for hosting an informal event for 50 to 75 guests. A caterers’ prep area makes it easy!
  • Total Sq. Ft. 1200
  • Catering Any licensed caterer
  • Type of Venue Gallery/Museum
  • Type of Event Reception, Meeting Classroom
  • Number of Rooms 1
Main Gallery
  • Total Sq. Ft.: 1200
  • Classroom Capacity: 40
  • Reception Capacity: 75

Events

Oct 15, 2018

Niza Knoll Gallery is now showing Sumi-e Painting / Traditional and Emerging Expressions Juried Exhibition through October 20, 2018. The gallery called for artists nationwide to explore techniques in creating Sumi-e or Far East Asian...

Sumi-e Painting/Traditional and Emerging Expressions Juried Exhibition <p>Niza Knoll Gallery is now showing Sumi-e Painting / Traditional and Emerging Expressions Juried Exhibition through October 20, 2018. The gallery called for artists nationwide to explore techniques in creating Sumi-e or Far East Asian influenced fine art with ink, water color, and or acrylic mediums. Submissions could be representational, expressionist, nature base and or abstract. Honoring tradition, pushing the limits building on tradition and exploring possibilities to arrive at the art is the focus of this show. The public is invited to view and purchase work during regular business hours and during the following special events: <br /><br />Artist Reception and Sumi-e Demonstration by Richard Eversley: Friday, Sept 21, 5-8 pm<br />The Art of Brunch ArtWalk: Sunday, Sept 30, 11am - 3pm<br /><br />Juror Mamiko Ikeda, from Tokyo, Japan, is a cultural educator and multi-media artist who mainly creates calligraphy art, prints, and animation. She states, "...when I think of ‘Far East Asian’ influence in art pieces, I see flow, balance, and most importantly, ‘間 (Ma)’ or space. When we say ‘Ma’ in Japanese, it may be slightly different from Western view of ‘space.’ ‘Ma’ is a space between strokes where connection and flow in the emptiness are felt. Or, it could be a comfortable distance between the art piece and the viewer as it creates a pause for breath in its intensity. In any kind of relationship—animate and inanimate beings— ‘Ma’ or the comfortable space in-between, won’t push you too much, so you can hold yourself. <br /><br /><br />The exhibiting artists are: Michele Benzamin-Miki, Jess Beyler, Lisa Calzavara, Laura Beth Collier, Erin Gilbert, Jan Janas, Julie Keaten-Reed, Christina Kwan, Aaron LaDuke, Diana Lomeihing, Kurisutein Lopusnak, Brenda Luckin, Monica McElwain, Meridith McPherson, Orianna Montenegro, Lynne Riding, Elizabeth Schowachert, Tanzanight, Chris Troutman, Marilyn Wells and Diane Williams. </p> 915 Santa Fe Dr. Denver, CO America/North_Dakota/Center

Oct 15, 2018

Holy Moly is a juried exhibition of regional artists who were asked to submit work interpreting the following questions: What is religion, what is politics? Is it real, fantasy, calming, confusing, fake, corrupt, what do you think, how does...

Holy Moly: Religious and/or Political Commentary in Contemporary Art <p>Holy Moly is a juried exhibition of regional artists who were asked to submit work interpreting the following questions: What is religion, what is politics? Is it real, fantasy, calming, confusing, fake, corrupt, what do you think, how does it make you feel, how do you interpret the current political situation? Can religion be part of politics?</p> <p>Paint it, draw it, sculpt it. The accepted works were chosen by Artist Greg Moon of Taos New Mexico. The show runs October 28, 2018 &#8211;January 5, 2019 and the gallery is open Wed-Thurs, 1-5 pm, Friday, 1-5 pm, First &amp; Third Friday, 4-8 pm, Sat, 1-4 pm, and during the following special events: Artists reception during the Art of Brunch ArtWalk, Sunday, October 28, 12-3; Art of Brunch ArtWalk, Sunday November 25, 11 am - 3pm.</p> 915 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO America/North_Dakota/Center

Oct 15, 2018

The MIX artists co-op will be offering "magic" reduced prices on a select group art pieces just for Denver Arts Week. Our MIX artists include painters, ceramicists, mixed media, encaustic media and print makers. Don't miss this one!

MIX Magic - Reduced pricing on selected art! <p>The MIX artists co-op will be offering "magic" reduced prices on a select group art pieces just for Denver Arts Week. Our MIX artists include painters, ceramicists, mixed media, encaustic media and print makers.</p> <p>Don't miss this one! </p> 915 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO America/North_Dakota/Center

Oct 15, 2018

A juried show of artists and their contemporary commentary on religion and/or politics. Exciting and thought provoking commentaries in painting, sculpture, photography and other medium. This exhibit runs from October 28 through January 5,...

Holy Moly - Religious and/or Political Commentary in Contemporary Art <p>A juried show of artists and their contemporary commentary on religion and/or politics.</p> <p>Exciting and thought provoking commentaries in painting, sculpture, photography and other medium.<br /><br />This exhibit runs from October 28 through January 5, 2019 Wednesdays through Sundays</p> 915 Santa Fe Drive Denver, CO America/North_Dakota/Center

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