Press Releases tagged with Colorado

Dan Young's, "June Morning," Oil on Panel, 14″ x 18″

Dan Young's Plein Air Impressions of Colorado Landscapes

Released: August 12, 2017

The Ann Korologos Gallery is pleased to present America at Heart: Valleys to Peaks, a solo exhibition of works by Dan Young.  As a local valley favorite, his plein air impressions of Colorado’s most beloved locations and pastimes are widely collected by his dedicated fans. A long-time resident of Silt, Colorado, Dan Young’s work often depicts very real places found within 250 miles of his studio. Over the years Young has mastered the challenges posed by painting on location regardless of the season, and along the way has earned a reputation as one of Colorado’s premier landscape artists...

Andy Taylor, "Wet Spring"

“Out of the West” landscape painting exhibition at Ann Korologos Gallery

Released: September 09, 2015

The Western landscape, in its many dazzling incarnations, is the focus of the exhibition opening September 18 at the Ann Korologos Gallery in Basalt, CO. “Out of the West--Landscapes” features the works of five artists, each offering a personal vision inspired by the expansive vistas and intimate details of the land. The show highlights the work of popular landscape artist and Carbondale resident, Andy Taylor. Collectors are drawn to landscape paintings for their ability to connect the viewer with the larger environment. "By distilling the wildness of nature into form, structure and co...

Bruce Cascia, And Away We Go, 2014, 24 by 18 inches

SmithKlein Gallery Presents: Bruce Cascia

Released: April 09, 2014

SmithKlein Gallery (, Boulder’s finest contemporary art gallery, is proud to present the work of painter Bruce Cascia. Cascia received his BFA from the University of Illinois at Champaign-Urbana, and paints in a photo-realistic style, mostly using oils and occasionally acrylics.  SmithKlein Gallery spoke with Cascia recently about his artwork, training, inspiration, and technique. He says, “I like painting nostalgic imagery. The more challenging something is, the more intrigued with it I am.”  “I like painting metallic objects, reflections, bright colored...

View From My Studio, Kansas City, 1933


Released: October 10, 2010

  Fred Shane (1906-1990) was a regionalist, surrealist, muralist, and long-time teacher at the University of Missouri. Widely admired for early down-to-earth portraits of his all too human mid-western neighbors, his landscapes ranged from awe-inspiring to affectionate views of tourist foibles. His surrealist pieces are among the strongest produced in post-war America. Fred Shane, Paintings, 1928 to 1980, is on view at the Susan Teller Gallery, October 1 through 30, 2010.      Highlights of the show include Cafeteria, Corning, NY, 1928-29, and Portrait of Man ...