Fifteen Questions with Raymond Hwang

Raymond Hwang is a New York-based artist currently featured in Spectra, a group exhibit of artists whose work is strongly concerned with the power of color as a method for expressing emotive visual themes, narratives, and moods. Raymond’s vibrant, glowing works, part-abstract but always revealing various story lines upon deeper viewing, immediately stood out to […]

Fifteen Questions with Elliot Lang

Elliot Lang is a Denver-based illustrator whose work is currently featured in ‘Spectra,’ on view in the main gallery. Elliot has a versatile style that has lent itself perfectly to countless group exhibitions at Helikon over the years, but the artist also keeps busy freelancing for print publications nation-wide, designing ad campaigns and promotional materials […]

Five Questions with Daria Theodora

Daria Theodora is an illustrator and self-described “former voracious manga reader and forever reluctant scientist” whose work we’ve followed and admired for years. Her love of manga certainly comes through in the figures in her work, but there’s also a richness and complexity to each painting that demonstrates a mastery of composition, color, and design. […]

Six Questions with ‘Pixel Palette’ Artist Jadon Ulrich

Following the successful first iteration of an exhibition focused entirely on digital painting, Helikon is pleased to announce ‘Pixel Palette II’ with a new roster of artists. Jadon Ulrich is one of the new names on this year’s list, showcasing in his work some of the unique possibilities offered within the discipline of digital painting. […]

Five Questions with ‘Muses’ artist Nomi Chi

Helikon Gallery is honored to be working with artist Nomi Chi for the first time in this year’s ‘Muses of Mount Helikon V.’ Nomi keeps busy as a tattoo artist by day, but has also gained a massive social media following for her prolific creation of illustrations and fine art. Nomi’s work is full of […]

15 Questions with Leon Loucheur

Artist Leon Loucheur has been a muse of Helikon’s since the gallery’s very beginning. We’re thrilled to welcome him back for this year’s “Muses of Mount Helikon V,” the gallery’s year-end show of inspiring and influential contemporary artists from across the United States. Leon, who specializes in murals as well as fine art painting, draws […]

Ten Questions with Laura Bifano

Laura Bifano is a British Columbia-based artist featured in our current show ‘Peopled Places,’ in which her contribution to the show seems to merge the two words in the show’s title. Her piece is a gouache landscape painting titled “The Sisters,” depicting a grand mountain range in her signature geometric style, reminiscent of another Canadian […]

Seven Questions with Nathan Durfee

Nathan Durfee is a fine artist currently based in Charleston, South Carolina, garnering notoriety for his captivating, pop-surrealist narratives and intriguing use of color. For our current show ‘Peopled Places,’ Nathan provided nine pieces in varying sizes, each displaying his signature squared-off brushstrokes, mysterious narratives, and an acute attention to detail in every aspect of […]

Five Questions with Maggie Chiang

Maggie Chiang, a recent graduate of the ArtCenter College of Design, is a young illustrator already becoming prolific in the Los Angeles area and the wider commercial art scene. Her work struck us for its refined beauty and simplicity– a muted palette of natural tones and a careful attention to composition are consistent across her […]

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 […]

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