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Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-07-05 23:00

FACES OF EVE: Gallery 1261 is proud to share Faces of Eve, a one-night only pop-up solo exhibition by Ron Hicks. This show will be on view July 21st from 7–10 pm at B-SPOT, located at 2750 Blake Street in Denver. RSVP REQUIRED. Link in bio. #detail of "Under the Acorn Tree"...

Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-07-04 16:25

"Last Light" by Hollis Dunlap, appearing in our upcoming exhibition opening this Saturday, Ways of Seeing, alongside the works of Mia Bergeron and Zoey Frank. Contact: info@gallery1261.com (Oil, 16x12")

Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-07-03 16:35

FACES OF EVE: Gallery 1261 is proud to share Faces of Eve, a one-night only pop-up solo exhibition by Ron Hicks. This show will be on view July 21st from 7–10 pm at B-SPOT, located at 2750 Blake Street in Denver. RSVP REQUIRED. Link in bio. #detail of "Withholding Nothing" ...

Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-07-02 17:20

"Shangri-La" by Mia Bergeron, appearing in Ways of Seeing, our upcoming exhibition opening July 7th, alongside the works of Zoey Frank and Hollis Dunlap. Contact: info@gallery1261.com (Oil, 24x18")

Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-07-01 16:20

FACES OF EVE: Gallery 1261 is proud to share Faces of Eve, a one-night only pop-up solo exhibition by Ron Hicks. This show will be on view July 21st from 7–10 pm at B-SPOT, located at 2750 Blake Street in Denver. RSVP REQUIRED. Link in bio. "Sage" (Oil, 12x12")

Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-06-28 17:15

"Black and Blue" by Hollis Dunlap, appearing in our upcoming exhibition opening July 7th, Ways of Seeing, alongside the works of Mia Bergeron and Zoey Frank. Contact: info@gallery1261.com (Oil, 12x9")

Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-06-27 18:40

FACES OF EVE: Gallery 1261 is proud to share Faces of Eve, a one-night only pop-up solo exhibition by Ron Hicks. This show will be on view July 21st from 7–10 pm at B-SPOT, located at 2750 Blake Street in Denver. RSVP REQUIRED. Faces of Eve will tell ageless tales in oil on canvas, each chap...

Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-06-26 16:20

"Trifecta", a gorgeous new arrival by Anthony Waichulis. Available now at Gallery 1261. Contact: info@gallery1261.com (Oil on panel, 5x7")

Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-06-25 17:05

"Storm Coming" by Mia Bergeron, appearing in Ways of Seeing, our upcoming exhibition opening July 7th, alongside the works of Zoey Frank and Hollis Dunlap. Contact: info@gallery1261.com (Oil, 24x16")

Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-06-24 16:05

FACES OF EVE: Gallery 1261 is proud to share Faces of Eve, a one-night only pop-up solo exhibition by Ron Hicks. This show will be on view July 21st from 7–10 pm at B-SPOT, located at 2750 Blake Street in Denver. RSVP REQUIRED. Faces of Eve will tell ageless tales of Venus in oil on canvas, ...

Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-06-23 16:30

"Sandwich No. 8" by Zoey Frank, appearing in Ways of Seeing, our upcoming exhibition opening July 7th, alongside the works of Mia Bergeron and Hollis Dunlap. Contact: info@gallery1261.com (Oil, 14x16")

Gallery 1261 Photo 2018-06-21 16:55

FACES OF EVE: Gallery 1261 is proud to share Faces of Eve, a one-night only pop-up solo exhibition by Ron Hicks. This show will be on view July 21st from 7–10 pm at B-SPOT, located at 2750 Blake Street in Denver. Faces of Eve will tell ageless tales of Venus in oil on canvas, each chapter se...
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