Join us as a part of Boulder Arts Week on April 7th, from 7PM– 10PM, for the opening of the Vibrant Femmes Show!
Vibrant Femmes: Femmeral focuses on the ephemeral nature of life, natural and human, and the interwoven symbiotic way in which we interact with our environment and the ways in which our environment can shape our experience. Femmeral showcases the figurative works of 4 artists who, in their own ways, depict the fragile, ever-changing core of existence on this planet.
This exhibition will feature works from Artists Liz Quan, Stella Maria Baer, Julia Lunk, and Marisa Aragón Ware. We’ll have live painting, live music with DJ Mimi Masala and mini-performances. Last year’s event was an incredible showing, celebrating brilliant female creators. Come see what this year’s Artists have in store for us.
Opening night: April 7th, 2018
Meet the Artists:
Stella Maria Baer is a painter and photographer originally from Santa Fe, New Mexico. Her work explores the mythology of the desert and the cosmology of space. For the past four years, she has been working on a series of watercolor moons and planets. These paintings are a meditation on her memory of growing up in the desert. In the watercolor spheres Stella bleeds out a sense of feeling at home in a place that looks like another world.Stella’s work has been featured by The New York Times, The Boston Globe, Time Magazine, and Scientific American. Her paintings and photographs are in public and private collections all over the world. She lives in Denver with her husband Seth, her one-year-old Wyeth, and a sheepdog.
Simplicity and sophistication inform these unique sculptural objects by Liz Quan. Whether for display on your table, desk, or grouped together as a collection, these functional and non functional objects invite play and curiosity through opposing materials and your imagination. She has designed for companies such as American Express Custom Publishing, Town + Country magazine, J.Crew,Travel + Leisuremagazine, Food + Wine magazine, Gaiam, and Interweave Press. In 2005, Liz Quan moved to Boulder, Colorado from New York City to pursue a post-baccalaureate in ceramics at the University of Colorado. She has exhibited at Walker Fine Art in Denver, madelife in Boulder and the Firehouse Art Center in Longmont. Liz Quan lives an works out of her studio in Boulder, CO.
Julia Lunk is a Hungarian born and raised painter, and nowBoulder resident for the last seventeen years. Julia creates captivating and otherworldly scenarios in both her mural work and studio work. Her work is laden with symbols of life-giving energies. Julia Draws inspiration from the many miracles experienced first hand in life, Nature’s endless beauty and renewal, and music. Her craft has provided her with endless experimenting, play, and self-contentment with the side effect of possibly sparking joy or other emotions in the onlookers. Art is Julia’s way of connecting to the outside world while processing its noise and music simultaneously.