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Joe Norman just installed a new bike rack in downtown Loveland. It's located at Patina Flats at The Foundry. Next time you bike downtown use it to lock up. #LOVEland #BikeRack
Need one for your neighborhood? contact us to commission one
Daniel Augenstein has a solo show at the Loveland Museum's Foote Gallery. We hope you'll check it out.
Daniel Augenstein: Educating Vision / Challenging Technique
June 27 – September 13, 2020
Daniel Augenstein’s art displays his journey of creative growth. The artist’s vision guides each brush stroke and pen mark from conception to the final, framed work. The deeper and more complete the vision, the richer the result; the more informed, the closer to an intended goal. Through design experiments, research of others’ ideas, and searching for multiple right answers, Augenstein produces a wide variety of images showing his vision. The technical skill needed for drawing and painting must be practiced with a desire to improve. Taking risks with varied media and techniques can enable the artist to achieve visual results unexpected from the art, staying within the comfort zone of prior works. Augenstein says, “As an artist and teacher for many years, I am still amazed by the act of creation. I am still learning.”
**The Foote Gallery/Auditorium is a reservable space and the gallery may be closed for private events from time to time. Please call the Museum front desk (970) 962-2410 to verify exhibit availability prior to arrival.
Our artist, Joe Norman may have too much time on his hands. Here's a video he's shared showing the effects of Stay-At-Home on artists who have studios and tools locked up in shared work spaces. Don't worry, we're checking in on him regularly.
#ConeOfShame #ArtistsAtHome #StayAtHome #SaveALife #JoeNorman #CreativesDuringCovidCrisis #FamilyTime #SillyVideo
What happens when you have an engineer/artist dad (Joe Norman), a bright young girl and a 3D printer to make prototypes during a stay-in-place order? Construct a icosahedron fort! What an awesome homeschool project!!
We've got our eyes on Abby, she's going places already. Also, I want a play day in that fort!
From Joe: "Attached are some photos of me and Abby learning about icosahedrons and building her new fort in the backyard, after prototyping it with 3D printed sockets we designed that fit Q-tips as structural members. We then used 2x4's and door hinges to make the full size version."
In geometry, an icosahedron is a polyhedron with 20 faces. The name comes from Ancient Greek εἴκοσι, meaning 'twenty', and ἕδρα, meaning 'seat'. There are infinitely many non-similar shapes of icosahedra, some of them being more symmetrical than others.
What has NSG's Stephen Shachtman been up to during Stay-in-Place? Lots of new monolithic sculptures and some help from a couple of the cutest workers around. What can we say? some of our artists are taking a creative approach to home-schooling; we know hands-on learning can leave a life-long impression. Stephen's kids, Dov and Avi, are helping out with moving the artwork and clearing off Spring snows. Looks like they're doing an awesome job.!
Below are a few #WIP pieces he has in the works at his studio, If you see anything that interests you, please contact us for title scale and pricing. Most of Stephen's work is fabricated from Cor-Ten Steel, sometimes including areas of powder-coating for a pop of color. Check out his other available work here too.
We probably would have called a snow day anyway - but we're already safe at home. Stay healthy everyone
We are observing the social distancing recommendations from the CDC and Government Officials and will be closed to the public until May 1st. During this time we ask our patrons to utilize our online services.
We plan to continue work and are available by phone and email for any questions or concerns.
In-stock items are listed on our Online Store; plus you can place orders on items that require time for casting or fabrication. We're happy to provide 3-D views of artwork you're interested in.
We will also continue to post things on our social media outlets for some added beauty in your day. Feel free to share images of how you are #LivingWithArt with us. Or, send us ideas of what you'd like featured.
Our 45 artists are continuing to create amazing art, if you are able to support through collecting, we do hope you'll add a piece or two to enhance your space at this time. Shop Here
We hope everyone continues to do their best to stay healthy and work on facing all the unknowns together.
Make sure you check out the latest community mural by our artist Scott Freeman while visiting Loveland’s art scene.
“THE KISS” – Loveland Version, 15 x 15 feet. Feb,2020.
“2020 is our fourth year to create a giant community art piece in downtown Loveland, Colorado. For the design each year I’ve spoofed a famous fine art painting, giving each one a Valentine’s Day twist and a nod to Loveland.
This year I chose Austrian painter, Gustav Klimt, and his iconic 1908 painting, The Kiss. If you look closely you can see Dan Cupid aiming his arrow at the couple. Dan Cupid is the character who shows up in the special postmark each year for Loveland’s famous valentine re-mailing program. He’s kind of a Loveland mascot, at least around Valentine’s Day, so he made his way into the design this year.” -Scott Freeman
#CommunityMural #ScottFreeman #Loveland #Colorado #TheKiss #Klimt #GustavKlimt #AfterKlimt #AroundLoveland #PaintByPanel #Mural #DowntownLoveland #Art #Community @ Loveland, Colorado
27th Annual National Sculptors' Guild Show
Garden Party August 9 - 11, 2019, Exhibit continues through August 31st.
Over 40 nationally recognized artists will be on display at Columbine Gallery this August during our 27th Annual National Sculptors' Guild exhibit
NSG’s 23 members will exhibit over 100 garden pieces plus smaller works inside the Gallery, along with 22 painters’ artworks on display.
See new work and speak with your favorite artists throughout the weekend. Find the next piece to add to your collection.
Special Open House Hours are 9 am to 5 pm Friday – Sunday. Artists will be available to meet with the public throughout the weekend and Artist Demonstrations will occur 1-4 pm each afternoon during the show weekend.
You can expect to see demonstrations by the following artists... (confirmed as of today)
Bob Coonts, Jim Biggers, Cathy Goodale, Gary Miller, Dan Augenstein
located at 2683 N. Taft Ave. Loveland, Colorado (southwest of Benson Sculpture Park). #LivingWithArt #FeedYourCreativeSpirit #AnnualShow#SculptureGarden #BuyOriginal
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