Art

Don't Miss These Five Gallery Openings This Week

Ryan Rice's R2 Studio & Gallery says goodbye to Tennyson Street.
Ryan Rice's R2 Studio & Gallery says goodbye to Tennyson Street. Ryan Rice

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click to enlarge Jessica Loredo, "Requiem for a Fool," collage. - PATTERN SHOP STUDIO
Jessica Loredo, "Requiem for a Fool," collage.
Pattern Shop Studio
Reflections: Art by Jessica Loredo
Pattern Shop Studio
June 2-30
Opening Reception: Friday, June 2, 6 to 9 p.m.
Artist Salon: Saturday, June 17, 4 to 6 p.m.

Pattern Shop opens its semi-private doors in June for a show by topical Colorado collagist Jessica Loredo, whose patchwork pieces unfold in one dizzying pastiche after another in a media-like barrage of politics, movements and information. In addition to the June 2 reception, Loredo will elaborate with a talk on June 17; otherwise, the gallery is open from 1 to 5 p.m. Thursdays or by appointment at 303-297-9831.

click to enlarge R2 STUDIO & GALLERY
R2 Studio & Gallery
Ryan Rice: A New Beginning
R2 Studio & Gallery
4424 Tennyson Street
Opening reception: Friday, June 2, 6 to 10 p.m.

Longtime Denver pop artist Ryan Rice isn’t exactly throwing in the towel, but he is giving up his studio/gallery retail space on Tennyson Street in Berkeley in favor of a custom home studio he’s in the process of building in Arvada. As a goodbye gift to his fans, Rice is discounting every painting in the gallery (and promising to continue an online presence while the new studio is under construction). Bid farewell to the space and find a bargain at the closing party.

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