Love was in the air on Friday night at Zip 37 in the Navajo Street Art District, where the show LoveSick opened to the public. The exhibit, which features nine artists contemplating the meaning of being lovesick, was curated by artist Katie Hoffman, who unveiled her own piece, Heloise and Abelard , done in oil on canvas. "There were so many people here at seven o'clock, and it was a madhouse -- but it was fun, and I'm happy that everyone came out to support not only my work, but the work of my colleagues as well," Hoffman said at the opening.
The show stays up through February 26 and also features the work of Lokken Liane, Claudia Roulier, Valerie Savarie, Sarah Haney, Penny Bidwell, Susan Vaho, Sarah-Lou Klein and Heather Doyle-Maier.
Zip 37 is open weekends and by appointment. For more information, go to Zip37.com or call 720-470-6339.
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