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Sunday Brunch is back at Artists on Santa Fe Gallery + Studios


The Art of Brunch

Sunday, September 29th

11am-2 pm

The Art of Brunch is back! Join us for gallery hopping and complimentary brunch bites at a dozen galleries + creative business in Denver’s Art District on Santa Fe.

The series—held in spring and fall—returns on the following last Sundays: SEPT 29, OCT 27, NOV 24


A Forest of Ceramic Aspen Trees!

Don't miss seeing the most interesting and beautiful forest of ceramic trees at Artists on Santa Fe Gallery this month!  Gallery members James Garnett and Kim Dufford have outdone themselves with this incredible project in keeping with our group concept show which is all about trees.  First Friday, August 2, will be such a fun and exciting evening this week  --  no vehicle traffic on Santa Fe Drive, food trucks, music and special events. Here's a little preview:







August 2019 - Trees: Transcended

You're in for a real "tree treat" at Artists on Santa Fe Gallery in August.  Our group members' single-concept exhibition this year is all about trees.  Each artist, working in their own specialized media, will show how they solve the puzzle of creating works that include the concept of trees  -  and we're not limited in any way to presenting typical representations of this subject.  Stop in and see how we've dealt with this fun asignment!

One of Leigh Cabell's fine "found object" tree interpretations:


Naomi Gagnon - AoSF Gallery's Newest Member

After a long search for another jeweler, we've found a perfect fit at Artists on Santa Fe Gallery + Studios! Naomi Gagnon's gorgeous collection is now available.  Stop in to meet Naomi and check out her great collection of original designs.


July 2019: Moonrocks: Jewelry by Wilson Thomas

Next month, Artists on Santa Fe Gallery will feature the exquisite hand-made jewelry by gallery member Wilson Thomas.  You can meet Wilson on 1st and 3rd Fridays or by appointment.  Want to know about mokume gane metalsmithing?  Come in to see fine examples of this ancient method of combining metals.