Run by local artists, Denver Art Society features a variety of locally-made art in the Art District on Santa Fe.
I loved exploring this gallery and neighborhood! When I saw the Hawaiian flag, I felt like I was led here by God. I always feel like He talks to me through little signs like that…. I felt the same when I came across the work of Isabella Bird during my time in the Rocky Mountains.
Denver Art Society
This artist-managed gallery has jewelry, paintings, and mixed media pieces from over 80 Denver artists. Featuring a wide variety of art, the space reflects Denver and its unique personality. With something for everyone, Denver Art Society brings together and showcases the best of what the city has to offer.
When I visited, there were four artists in gallery. I enjoyed meeting them, and I love that the society offers visitors an opportunity to interact with these local creators.
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Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe
Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe (ADSF) is a nationally known arts and cultural district, encompassing hundreds of artists, galleries, studios, theaters, and creative businesses along Santa Fe Drive in Denver, Colorado.
The Molecule Effect
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