Author Archives: Cayce Goldberg

July 11 – 17 Road Closures and Detours

CDOT has closed a number of streets around Helikon through July 17 for road construction as they work on the Brighton Blvd. Corridor project. 38th and Brighton Blvd. is closed off, if you’re coming from North of I-25, we recommend taking Arkins Ct. to 35th street which connects with Wynkoop. If you’re coming from South […]

Review: Janelle W. Anderson, Chelsea Brown, Lara Dann & Christina Mrozik 4 Woman Show at Sally Centigrade

Sally Centigrade might be small, but it packs a serious punch. The creative minds behind this underground, downtown gallery, Myah and Scott Bailey, have curated a beautiful selection of artwork for the current exhibit, featuring the work of Janelle W. Anderson, Chelsea Brown, Lara Dann, and Christina Mrozik. The exhibit brings together four women whose […]

Mildfire at RiNo’s SVPER ORDINARY

We had the pleasure of attending the opening reception for Rebecca Green and Sandi Callistro’s duo exhibit, Mildfire, at SVPER ORDINARY. Enjoy our writeup for this superb show below. Nestled inside the massive, visionary warehouse renovation known as The Source, SVPER ORDINARY has consistently delivered excellent art exhibits with keen contemporary aesthetics, time and again. ‘MILDFIRE,’ […]

Justifying the Price of Art

“I can’t change the fact that my paintings don’t sell. But the time will come when people will recognize that they are worth more than the value of the paints used in the picture.” – Vincent van Gogh “The starving artist” is a trope that’s been around since at least the 18th century. It’s still […]

Handmade Books Workshop – An Interview with Patricia Barry Levy

We sat down with Patricia Barry Levy, host of the upcoming Handmade Books workshop coming December 6th, and asked her questions about her artwork, the workshop, and what attendees can expect. We hope you enjoy the interview below: 1) Tell us a little about your background in the arts – how did you get started? […]

An Interview with Michael Thornton – Presenter of A Tour of the Universe

Helikon is proud to host an all-new gallery talk on Saturday, October 18th with one of our very own tenants, Michael Thornton. Michael’s presentation, A Tour of the Universe, will take listeners on a journey of astronomical proportions, starting at the beginning of our solar system and moving outwards to the stars, galaxies, and the very edge of […]

Press Release for Great Plains – Three Point Perspective

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Great Plains: Three Point Perspective September 5 – October 24, 2014 DENVER, Colorado (July 31, 2014)– “From Denver, where the Great Plains bend up to the sky, three artists look east into the vastness to find inspiration in the crazy quilts of farmlands, the quiet reflections of things cherished or abandoned, and […]

Fiber Innovations – August 21st at the PACE Arts Center

Are you looking to scratch that fiber art itch after our show Contemporary Fiber ends on Saturday? Don’t fret just yet! Helikon studio tenant Janine Thornton, a fiber artist herself, has organized a local fiber art group show at the Parker Arts, Culture, and Events Center (PACE). Fiber Innovations will run from August 21st to September 27th, […]

Artist As Brand Workshop – Interview with Greg Spalenka

Helikon is proud to host the acclaimed Artist As Brand Workshop® with Greg Spalenka from June 11th to the 12th. This intensive, 20 hour workshop details how artists can turn their struggling art business into a prosperous career by utilizing Greg’s easy to understand marketing strategies. The class is limited to 20 participants so that […]

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