In the Galleries
- Date: 01/07/2018 12:00 PM - 4:00 PM
- Location: Loveland Museum/Gallery
503 N. Lincoln Avenue
Loveland, Colorado 80537
IN THE GALLERIES TODAY
Hung Liu: Transformation
This is the first major Colorado exhibition of the artwork of Hung Liu—one of the most prominent Chinese painters working in the United States today. Featuring 15 large-scale paintings, as well as a rarely seen, room-size installation, the exhibition celebrates the persistent theme in Hung Liu’s artwork of movement and migration, at both literal and metaphoric levels. Learn more...
Persona: Portraits by Yuki Horikawa
Yuki Horikawa melds his mastery of the medium of pastel with the sensitivity of figural representation, resulting in a subtle yet finely wrought narrative evident within each unique portrait. Horikawa carefully doles out visual clues to project a subject’s personality while portraying universal themes of sadness, hopefulness, confrontation, and contentment. Learn more...
Celebrando La Cultura Latina
Armando Silva: Amor Eterno
Caryn Sanchez: Passing Berthoud
Armando Silva paints portraits to help tell stories, in his studio or on stages in front of thousands. Learn more...
In this film installation by Caryn Sanchez, Eva Diaz contemplates a future far away from the comfort of her close-knit Latino family, and the security of the small town where she lives. Learn more...
TunnelVision: A History as Art Exhibit
TunnelVision includes historic photographs from the construction effort of the Alva B. Adams tunnel along with artwork by Megan Gafford that demonstrates “humanity’s impressive ability to figure out how to achieve the difficult task of moving water.” Learn more...