Fifteen Women Street Artists You Need to Know in Denver
Sandra Fettingis's mural at an abandoned car wash called Project Colfax.
In the macho graffiti and street-art arenas, women's perspectives are not just welcome, but necessary. The styles represented by each of the Denver artists in our list below are neither delicate nor flimsy, but supremely badass. An outdoor canvas gives each piece's message an urgency and power that's lacking in similar works framed on a gallery wall.
Like most Denver creatives, these women have a wide range of vocations, from full-time gallery staff to graffiti artists, business owners, curators, world travelers and even spiritual healers. Here are fifteen street and studio artists who kick ass and just happen to be women.
A modest Anna Charney stands next to a recent street-art piece painted in the RiNo Art District.
Anna Charney on Instagram
1. Anna Charney
This futuristic mural painted by Amanda Marie can be found on the 2900 block of Larimer Street.
2. Amanda Marie
Awol works on her piece for Crush 2016.
4. Chelsealyn Graeber
5. Gemma Danielle Bayly
Some viaduct stylings by Girlie and Chris Haven.
7. Alexandria Jimenez
Continue reading to find eight more amazing female street artists in Denver.
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