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The Park Hill Art Festival is a juried fine art and fine craft show that will showcase 100 + professional artists from Colorado and beyond. The show will once again be presented on the grounds of the Park Hill Masonic lodge located on Montview Blvd between Dahlia and Eudora street: 4819 Montview Blvd * Denver CO * 80207. Saturday 10 am to 5 pm Sunday 10 am to 5 pm
Denver's Park Hill is a historic neighborhood in Denver and is a perfect setting for an art festival. Home to former Colorado Governor and current Senator John Hickenlooper (he attended one of the shows by the way!), the show is located in the southern part of Park Hill. The location is less than a mile from Denver's City Park, Denver Zoo, and the Denver Museum of Nature and Science.
Brian Billow’s artistic style is described as organic contemporary. He uses acrylic paints, plaster, acid oxidized paints, metal leaf and a molten metals process that he developed to create works that range from landscapes and representational to abstract. The use of acid washed metallic paints creates the timelessness of rust and patina, but used in these designs and in conjunction with the molten metals they reflect the contemporary feel of the modern world. www.bbmsart.com
Handmade custom gold and silver jewelry featuring exquisite hand laid inlay using only the finest stones, opals, fossils and more to create one of a kind contemporary & southwestern jewelry. www.traditionspastandpresent14k.com
Oil on linen landscape paintings. Reflecting a nostalgia of place and rendering a feeling of peace while trying not to sacrifice these greater truths for lesser details.
Since moving to Colorado from New York in 2001, Michael has sought to capture the emotions reflected in the western landscape through oil painting.
With an emphasis on the sky, Michael reflects a nostalgia of place and renders a feeling of peace while trying not to sacrifice these greater truths for lesser details.
Kathy Anderson has made jewelry for over 40 years with her own very unique designs out of silver and gold using precious and semi-precious gemstones. Her work is all fabricated by hand and is the highest quality. https://www.etsy.com/shop/GoldenRamMetalsmith
Greg Robertson is an artisan who creates sculpted fountains made of onyx, travertine, and petrified wood. Each piece is individually hand carved and unique. Greg's Designs are born, developed, combined, reciprocated and always depend on the stone they are being applied to - the fun part!
Rock Steady Designs is located in Santa Fe, NM.
Julie Leidel is a Roycroft Renaissance Master Artisan inspired by The Arts & Crafts Movement (1880-1920), the Art Nouveau Movement, and the WPA era of the 1930s. Julie's artwork evokes a feeling of yesteryear, and her revivalist approach calls upon the spirit of the Arts &Crafts Movement - at its center was the principle that the head, heart, and hand should ideally work as one.
Zander presents a unique view of his imagery through intaglio and monotype printmaking. His subject matter includes landscape, abstract, and people. www.brucezander.com
Deb Fine designs and creates one of a kind natural colored gemstone jewelry.
Michael has been exhibiting his fine art color photography at juried arts festivals for over 40 years. His iconic work evokes painterly architectural images from the US, western Europe, and Mexico.
Stefan uses acrylic and paint on hardboard. The hardboard allows him to achieve desired textures, and the rigidity supports his technique of painting with stiff spackle knives. He also hand crafts each signature frames. www.ArtThatSings.com
AFRICAN BATIK ART ON COTTON, ALSO REPRODUCED INTO LITHOS AND ARCHIVAL PRINTS. THE ARTWORK IS BASED ON THEMES CREATED BY CO-ARTIST, LUNGALA RUBADIRI. EACH IMAGES REPRESENTS A UNIVERSAL VALUE, SUCH AS FAMILY, FRIENDSHIP, HOPE, HAPPINESS, PEACE AND LOVE.
website is www.nzalamba-artworks.com
“Distinguished Excellence“ category award winner! - Jewelry
Paula relies on the innate brilliance and natural elegance of responsibly sourced metals, stones, and gems as the backbones of every handcrafted collection for her modern hand-crafted jewelry designs.
Lane Dukart draws his inspiration from the natural beauty that surrounds him.
Utilizing stoneware clay, each piece is individually cast and hand-carved with original designs, reflecting the environment and culture of the Mountainous Southwest. Lane applies only natural oxides to accentuate the clay’s inherent earthy tones and textures. The durable stoneware clay is then fired to over 2,000 degrees (F), making it impervious to the elements of nature and able to withstand rain, snow and wind.
The Shape Of Wood uses hyperlocal sourcing from immediate and nearby neighborhoods in central Denver. Using these local wood resources to keep beautiful species out of the chipper and the landfill, woodwork artisan Peter Cozens creates bowls/salad bowl sets, cutting boards, table and home decor, and some commissioned simple furniture. The Shape Of Wood brings a Colorado touch to your table, desk, or personal environments.
Joseph's work is reversed carving in LUCITE acrylic using Denta tools. He creates decorative wall and floor panels that are hand carved in multiple panels and then assembled inside a Wood/ Aluminum frame.
Joseph then illuminates the panels by color changing LED lights. Www.josephgalvanstudio.com
The husband-and-wife painting team of Kevin D. Miles and Wendy Schaefer-Miles are unique in the art world. Two artists with one vision, working side-by-side on the same canvas. Neo-Impressionists dedicated to bringing nature to life on the canvas. Their oil paintings reflect their love of nature and joyful countenance.
Doug Wodark's art centers on an update of the iconic images of animals in a more contemporary light. A simple, atmospheric background, often with a solvent-based patina, overlaid by a single, closely cropped silhouette. His work can be found at various galleries throughout the West.
“Outstanding Emerging Artist“ award winner!
Outstanding Emerging Artist winner goes to Ray Goodluck
Ray Goodluck draws inspiration from animals he grew up around and from his ancestors. From Ray - "Yáh áh tééh. That is greetings in my Native language. I am from the Navajo Nation. My clan is the 'Mud People' and born for the 'One who walks around one'.
Before painting, Ray was an iron worker out of Local 40 in New York City, where he was the first and only Navajo. In April 2019, Ray was working on the new Raiders stadium in Las Vegas, when he was injured on the job site. This injury led to him becoming wheel chair bound, stuck at home frustrated, & having nothing to do but watch TV. In May of the same year his girlfriend saw this frustration and left out a painting set she had got him at Christmas. She hoped it would give him something to focus his time on and ease his frustration while in rehab.
It worked. From this point on, Ray has spent all of his time painting and focusing his attention on making great pieces of art. Ray’s work has already been featured in the “Native American Art” magazine, as well as, a three page feature in “Western Art Collector”.
As a self taught artist, Ray is starting to realized his life's passion.
“Distinguished Excellence“ category award winner! "Elemental Materials"
Tina Hoffer is a unique woodworker by blending two of natures alluring elements; wood and stone. Tina creates functional, culinary accessories with her Cutting Boards, Gathering Boards, Serving Platters and Dipping Trays that will elevate your daily or special occasions.
Tina meticulously searches through arborists’ wood lots looking for the perfectly flawed, cracked and knot filled hardwoods that other woodworkers pass by because of these deficits. She chooses smaller pieces of wood that will be enhanced with Stone like turquoise, lapis, malachite or chrysocolla, and inlays these into the cracks and voids. She follows the Kintsugi method of Japanese art , where broken and fractured pottery is mended with gold or silver dust, there by restoring the fragments to a functional and more beautiful piece. http://knotswoodandstone.com/
“Mixed Media Outstanding Innovator“ award winner!
Marilyn's art is reverse painting on acrylics. Yep, she paints in reverse from the most forward elements of the piece to the furthest back. This unique approach garnered Marilyn our winner from ColoradoArtWeekend.com
You have to see it in person to truly appreciate its magic. Her work is inspired by the natural beauty that surrounds her home at the base of the Mt. Evans wilderness area in Idaho Springs, Colorado. Painting in a modern impressionist style, Marilyn's art is infused with brilliant light and color. Her use of textured, bold brush strokes magnifies the vivid impressionist style.
“Distinguished Excellence“ category award winner! - Painting
Mark Jennison uses brush and palate knife work to create impressionistic and expressionist landscape. Trees and mountains play an important in role in most of Mark’s work.
“I fell in love with Colorado on my first visit in 1980.”
The Colorado landscape has had a profound personal impact on him and is a dominant theme in his paintings. He aspires to capture light, texture and patterns of nature and convey grandeur and depth in each painting.
Mark has found a sense of tranquility in painting. His works are a tribute to the inspiration of nature and he hopes that others can find the same peace and solitude through his artwork. He has sold his artwork throughout Colorado and the US, as well as in Europe
“Distinguished Excellence“ category award winner! - Fiber
Autumn Tenyl mountain chic clothing for the earth conscious women. Autumn creates each piece with the real women in mind. Feel good ,look good, do good support Colorado made clothing. The work work is a vision of small batch hand-made original and flattering designs. The clothing has timeless styles that fit real women, using fabrics that are durable, luxuriously comfortable, and cozy.
Deidre Sappington is a progressive custom stained glass artist, specializing is stained glass pet portraits.
She has been creating stained glass windows and panels since 2015. Her inspiration comes from the transference of light and the emotion that it evokes through Stained Glass. Her love of animals led to specializing in stained glass pet portraits and memorials, where she expertly captures the essence of our adopted family members. Deidre also enjoys creating custom works for her clients, including up-cycling old items with stained glass to give them new life through art.
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As a new component to the Park Hill Art Fest, we are excited to announce the addition of Gourmet Alley. Gourmet Alley will be a collection of non-art booths featuring individually packaged fine foods like vinegars, condiments, pickles, preserves, meats, sweets & treats, sauces, dips, jams, jellies, breads, pastas, & more!
Albinelli Blends offers uniquely flavored balsamic vinegars and Extra Virgin Olive Oils made exclusively in our own kitchen. Our mixologist pairs world class extracts and puree's of natural fruits and herbs with our thick, rich imported dark and white, barrel aged balsamics, from Modena Italy. When paired together they burst with the
Albinelli Blends offers uniquely flavored balsamic vinegars and Extra Virgin Olive Oils made exclusively in our own kitchen. Our mixologist pairs world class extracts and puree's of natural fruits and herbs with our thick, rich imported dark and white, barrel aged balsamics, from Modena Italy. When paired together they burst with the flavors that would come straight from your garden. Visit albinelliblends.com for recipes, brochures, coupons and more.
Redemption Road Coffee is a single origin coffee roaster with more than delicious coffee in mind. Their goal is to bring good into the world by partnering with farmers to support their communities as well as our own by funding education programs, fighting against sex trafficking and building wells. Learn more at www.redemptionroadcoffee.com
Passanante's is a home food delivery service specializing in all natural and organic food. We provide a direct to home delivery that is customized. We a wide variety of all natural meats, organic vegetables and wild caught seafood.
We have always had a passion for food. We like to share that passion with people by offering them quality food products. Take a look at our ingredients, on the foods we offer, and you will be amazed by the fact that they are made with very few ingredients. No modified or engineered ingredients to be found.
Mama Kabob is a Denver based food truck, bringing authentic Mediterranean & Middle Eastern flavors to Colorado. Mama Kabob serves plates and wraps with Kabobs, Gyro, Falafel, Shawarma & more! Mama Kabob also served delicous sides and desserts.
June 3rd & 4th
Wings, boneless, asada fries, sopes, hamburgesas, burritos, tortas, quesabirrias, quesadillas, birria ramen.
June 3rd Only
Still Smokin utilizes traditional smoked meats, serving them street food style. They have sandwiches, tacos, lettuce wraps and even a chicken and waffle dish. They have vegetarian, vegan, and gluten free options as well. Try one of their 5 house sauces all made from scratch!
June 4th Only
Fanwich is a creative sandwich and taco food truck who strives to create the best experience for their customers by producing one-of-kind dishes. Their specialty is their meat—which is pressure cooked to lock in flavor and juiciness—and their vegetarian/vegan Goalie sandwich, which is loaded with fresh vegetables and minced chickpeas. You
Fanwich is a creative sandwich and taco food truck who strives to create the best experience for their customers by producing one-of-kind dishes. Their specialty is their meat—which is pressure cooked to lock in flavor and juiciness—and their vegetarian/vegan Goalie sandwich, which is loaded with fresh vegetables and minced chickpeas. You can learn more about Fanwich by visiting their website: FanwichFoodTruck.com.
June 3 Only
The wildest eats on the street. Barbed Wire Reef serves very unique and eclectic food from burgers and sandwiches with a wild game twist
June 3 Only
Parking is plentiful in the surrounding neighbor hood. Please be courteous to our gracious hosts in their neighborhood homes though!
Well behaved dogs are always welcome at our shows.
The festival is free and open to the public.
Restrooms are available in the NE corner of the festival in the parking lot.
1/3 of the festival is on the parking lot so wheel chairs could navigate that easily. The rest of the festival in on grass.
Saturday 10 am to 5 pm
Sunday 10 am to 5 pm
4819 East Montview Boulevard, Denver, Colorado 80207, United States
More info - 303-324-5956
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