In the Galleries
- Date: 07/16/2019 10:00 AM - 5:00 PM
- Location: Loveland Museum/Gallery
503 N. Lincoln Avenue
Loveland, Colorado 80537
IN THE GALLERIES TODAY
An Adventure in the Arts
The Collection of the Guild Hall Museum
June 14 - September 22, 2019
Guild Hall: An Adventure in the Arts, Selections from the Permanent Collection features works by artists who lived on the East End of Long Island, as well as by artists who were inspired by their visits to the area. Organized by Guild Hall in East Hampton, New York from their collection, the exhibition honors artists from the past 120 years who have made the East End a thriving center for creative expression and artistic experimentation.
Obscured by Clouds
June 29 - October 6, 2019
Evan Colbert is an artist of the information age. He appropriates visual images from the relentless onslaught that bombards us. In his art, he incorporates logos, trademarks, icons, symbols, pictograms, signage and other ubiquitous images in befuddling and often humorous juxtapositions.
Loveland Performing Arts
Celebrating Fifty Years of Music and Entertainment
June 22 - September 1, 2019
For nearly 50 years, Loveland Performing Arts, an all-volunteer organization, has been bringing world-class, professional entertainment to Loveland and the Front Range. The annual concert seasons sponsored by Loveland Performing Arts have captured the hearts of young and old alike. This exhibit features memorabilia dating back 50 years showing the remarkable contribution this dedicated organization has made to Loveland’s history over the years.
DUNNING HISTORY GALLERY
Quilts: Warmth to Wonder
April 11 - September 29, 2019
This exhibit presents a variety of quilts and related objects drawn directly for the Loveland Museum’s historic collection. Also included are examples of contemporary quilts created in Loveland courtesy of the Studio Art Quilt Associates.
Amelia Furman: Quest for Power
A History as Art Exhibition
April 12 - August 18, 2019
In a continuing series that links historic themes with artistic interpretation, Amelia Furman, using her hallmark technique of layered images obscured through the veil of memory, presents a series of new work that addresses the theme of power, as both a logistical struggle and a theoretical concept.