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Creative Reuse Store & Community Art Center

 

ReCreative Denver is a non-profit organization dedicated to promoting creativity, community and environmental stewardship through creative reuse & arts education.

 

Current Exhibitions

 
 
  August 3 - August 31    Thread/Bare   ROBYN FRANCES / ERICA GREEN / EMILIE LUCKETT / JORDAN LYN / KAITLYN TUCEK // CURATED BY DREW AUSTIN  Thread/Bare pairs the work of five artists together to weave a story rich in individual experience. Working with textiles connects the five artists on view, while their person stories will take on a varied forms and mediums.  Textiles become a form of physical connextion throughout the exhibition both literally and metaphorically. The stories that are presented converse with the viewer about lost familial connections, the need for exaltation of female figures, and the profound effects of love. Loose fiber explodes out of powerful, sensual female forms while within every painstakingly placed stitch is a new examination of how women are viewed in contemporary culture.  Thoughts on sensuality, heartbreak, repair, perception, and reclaiming the female narrative permeate the work on view. Works on paper, large-scale paintings, installation, as well as detailed embroidery are featured throughout the gallery.

August 3 - August 31

Thread/Bare

ROBYN FRANCES / ERICA GREEN / EMILIE LUCKETT / JORDAN LYN / KAITLYN TUCEK // CURATED BY DREW AUSTIN

Thread/Bare pairs the work of five artists together to weave a story rich in individual experience. Working with textiles connects the five artists on view, while their person stories will take on a varied forms and mediums.

Textiles become a form of physical connextion throughout the exhibition both literally and metaphorically. The stories that are presented converse with the viewer about lost familial connections, the need for exaltation of female figures, and the profound effects of love. Loose fiber explodes out of powerful, sensual female forms while within every painstakingly placed stitch is a new examination of how women are viewed in contemporary culture.

Thoughts on sensuality, heartbreak, repair, perception, and reclaiming the female narrative permeate the work on view. Works on paper, large-scale paintings, installation, as well as detailed embroidery are featured throughout the gallery.