At a time of year when there is not a lot going on in terms of notable art exhibits around town, Bill Thomson of Bitfactory gallery decided to create an early-year splash by curating a show featuring his own favorite artists. With a wink, he named it “No Show” and went about inviting Colorado-based creatives whose work he enjoys and admires. His gallery is proud to present the 4th Annual “No Show” this Friday, February 28th!
Bitfactory is also excited to announce a new partnership with Bonacquisti Wine Company in which they will be selling wine to patrons during the popular First Friday Art Walk on Santa Fe Drive. The winery creates award-winning local, regional and international wines in a funky industrial condo in the Sunnyside neighborhood of Denver. Bitfactory jumps at the chance to support other local businesses and looks forward to offering another reason to stop by the gallery on First Friday!
Some of the artists have shown at the gallery in the past or are slated for future shows but the common denominator is that they have high quality, well-received work that presents well for this exhibition. The featured artists include Art by 13, Noah Baker (aka Tuke One), Jennifer Bobola, Vincent Cheap, Jason Cope, Bruno D'Anna, Dan Drossman, Tommy Nahulu, Gracey Ripa, Lea Wagner, and many more.
Curator, Bill Thomason, is a Denver-based artist that works in the natural-realism, abstract and sometimes pop genres. The greatest influence on his early painting years were the Fauvists of the early 1900s and the realists of the 1960s and '70s. He’s participated in multiple groups and solo exhibits to date in Colorado, Louisiana, Florida, New York, and Austria. His artwork was also used as the album cover for the Carolyn’s Mother album Fridays and Other Small Tragedies, released in 1995.
“No Show” will run through March 12, 2020. Visitors will be treated to some larger works that, due to their size are difficult to show elsewhere. For additional information, please contact Bill Thomason at email@example.com or (303) 862-9367. You may also visit Bitfactory online at www.bitfactory.net.
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Friday, February 28, 2020—11:00 AM
Event Venue Location:
851 Santa Fe Drive
Denver, Colorado 80204