3rd and Main Photography Photographers Jack Greene and Joseph Claice for the grand opening reception of Longmont's newest photography studio specializing in civic and business brand identity, portraits, location and events, and fine art, 5:30 p.m. today, 525 Third Ave., Suite 207, Longmont; 888-663-6765.
Downtown Boulder ArtFair Art, crafts, live music and children's activities, 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday, Pearl Street Mall; 303-449-3774.
Longmont ArtWalk Art exhibitions, music, live theater, dance and children's activities, 6 to 9 tonight, Main Street between Third and Sixth avenues, Longmont; 303-381-2507 or www.artwalklongmont.org.
Longmont Museum & Cultural Center "On Zweck's Farm," photographs of daily life on a contemporary family farm, by Jane Gabrilove, starts Saturday, through Aug. 31, 400 Quail Road; 303-651-8374.
Rembrandt Yard "La Mirada Posible," contemporary Cuban art with Jose Luis Hernandez, Armando Torres, Hermes, Milene Busutil and Merlinis Hidalgo, reception 5:30-8:30 p.m. Thursday, 1301 Spruce St., Boulder; 303-301-2970.
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15th Street Studio "Asian Influences," four gallery artists exhibiting various Asian-inspired media: Sangeeta Reddy's abstract canvases and paper pieces incorporating Sanskrit; Gayle Crites' Japanese paper collages; Michaele Keyes' calligraphic and nonobjective monotypes; and Stephen Grant's wood sculptures incorporating organic geometry, through Aug. 30, 1708 15th St., Boulder; 303-447-2841.
Art & Soul Gallery "40 Under 500 Exhibit,"featuring works of Jason Thielke, Regan Rosburg, Margaret Kasahara, Hugh Daly, Mary Scrimgeour, Brooke Swanson, Ethan Jantzer, Diana Stetson, Mike McClung and Brad Stroman in a variety of media, through July 27, Art & Soul Gallery, 1615 Pearl St., Boulder; 303-544-5803.
Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery "Older Boulder Artists," featuring work by Meridian Retirement Community residents Ruth Wagner, Marty Smith, Dorothy Scott, Jane Shoemaker, Ruth Thomas and Mildred Walton, through July 28, 1421 Pearl St.; 303-443-3683.
Boulder History Museum "Attic To Artifact,"recent contributions/donations from local Boulderites, through Aug. 17, 1206 Euclid Ave., Boulder; 303-449-3464.
Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art Summer exhibitions: "About Us...," curated by Mark Addison; "The Look of Nowhere," installation by Scott Johnson; and "Jezebel," digital photographs by Carla Gannis, through Sept. 6, 1750 13th St., Boulder; 303-443-2122.
Boulder Public Library "Painting on Silk," paintings by the portfolio arts class at Boulder High School, Japanese silk-painting techniques; and "Sand, Soda, & a Twist of Lime," Colorado glass artists showcase glass technology and styles of contemporary art glass, through Saturday, 1000 Canyon Blvd.; 303-441-3099.
Christine Margurite Designs "Gone but Not Forgotten," photographs of Boulder County centennial farms by Linda Kozloff-Turner, through Aug. 31, 1813 Pearl St., Boulder; 303-499-6470.
Colorado Academy of Art Gallery nights 6-9 p.m. every Friday, 2897 Mapleton Ave., Boulder; 303-442-0669.
Creative Framing/Louisville Art Gallery Featuring paintings by Todd Van Dyke, Susannah Van Dyke and Linda Armantrout, through July 31, 916 Main St., Louisville; 303-664-0043.
The Dairy Center for the Arts Three new exhibits: "The Levitating Qualities of Light, Through Closed Eyes," by Casey McGuire; "The Tumultuousness of Being," by David Alcantar; and "Flesh and Stone," by Shannon Forsman, through Aug. 1, 2590 Walnut St., Boulder; 303-440-7826.
Fiske Planetarium "Science is Beautiful," exhibit of images made from scientific data created by Tesseract Productions, including images made by NIST scientists in the course of their work, through Aug. 8, CU campus, Boulder; 303-492-5002.
Frame Up Gallery Oil paintings and multimedia art by Linda Gleitz; acrylic paintings of bears with abstracts and landscapes by Sally White King; and pastels featuring still life, florals and landscapes by Diana W. Tripp, through Aug. 31,2595 Canyon Blvd., Boulder; 303-442-4938.
The Laughing Goat Coffeehouse New abstract paintings by local artist Melissa Stewart; and "Worlds Of Widom,"collected works by local artist Bryce Widom, both through Aug. 15, 1709 Pearl St., Boulder; 720-338-5218.
Logan's Espresso Cafe "The Year of Giving Back," exhibit of Larry Parrish's photos of found objects from the ReSource Yard, through Aug. 14, 3980 Broadway, Boulder; 303-444-0033.
Mercury Framing "Down With Gravity," work by Ted Ringer, 4692 Broadway, Boulder; 303-938-0123.
Naropa University Lincoln Gallery "Drawing from Nowhere,"multi-media art constructions by Colorado- and Kauai, Hawaii-based artist Mark Van Wagner, through Aug. 3, 2130 Arapahoe Ave., Boulder; 303-875-6879.
NCAR Exhibition of handmade paper collage by Griff Saunders in gallery I, through July 26; and fiber artwork, including quilts and mixed media, by Christi Beckmann in gallery II, through July 26, 1850 Table Mesa Drive, Boulder; 303-497-2408.
Old Firehouse Art Center "Brilliant and Quirky," new works by artists Sara Brown and Scott Church, of Longmont, and Jessica Gonacha, of Georgia, 667 Fourth St., Longmont; 303-651-2787.
SmithKlein Gallery Pastel artist Greg Coffin, through July 31, 1116 Pearl St., Boulder; 303-444-7200.
Ras Kassa's Ethiopian Restaurant "True Colors of Ghana,"paintings and hand-painted paper mosaics by Ghanaian artists Nii Noi Mensah and Jerry Kayem Alifui, through Sept. 15, 2111 30th St., Boulder; 303-447-2919.
Art Center of Estes Park "Nature's Forms," photography by Del Hope and lifelike bronze equine and other sculptures by Carol Cunningham, 517 Big Thompson Ave., Estes Park; 970-586-5882.
Artists on Santa Fe Jane Hunt's textured paintings, through July 31, 747 Santa Fe Drive, Denver; 303-443-3188.
Auraria Library "Pet-o-Mat," a mini-museum of tactile art created by Christine Marie Davis, 49 "pets" live in a former food vending machine awaiting visitors, through Aug. 18, 1100 Lawrence St., Denver; 303-556-2805.
Bradford Washburn American Mountaineering Museum "Views of the Himalayas," a photography exhibit; and items in the collections of the American Alpine Club and Colorado Mountain Club, including climbing equipment from the early 1900s, Sherpa cultural garments, lithographs, engravings and woodblock prints from the Alps and Japan, through Dec. 27, 710 10th St., Golden; 303-996-2755.
Chapungu Sculpture Park and Gallery "The Nyanhongo Family Show,"a presentation of stone sculpture by three generations of one of the most famous and talented families of Zimbabwean stone sculpture, includes Claudio Nyanhongo and Agnes Nyanhongo and other members of their family traveling from Zimbabwe, through July 27, 5971 Sky Pond Drive, Unit C-100, Loveland; 970-461-8020.
The Denver Art Museum Impressionist plein-air painting from Brooklyn Museum of Art's "Landscapes from the Age of Impressionism," a broad survey of landscape painting including Monet, Courbet, Daubigny, Renoir and Sargent, through Sept. 7, 100 W. 14th Ave. Parkway, Denver; 720-913-0096.
Estes Park Cultural Arts Council 10th annual Art Walk, aself-guided tour of the galleries and artist studios throughout the area. Tour maps are available at the Cultural Arts Council, visitors centers and participating artist studios, through Sept. 1, Fine Arts Gallery, 304 E. Elkhorn Ave.; 970-586-9203.
Foothills Art Center "XL: Forty Years on the Frontier of Art," featuring work by Marc Berghaus, Lui Ferreyra, Gwen Laine and Dave Seiler, through Aug. 31, 809 15th St., Golden; 303-279-3922.
The Lab at Belmar "the86collective," a digital art movement to expose new digital masterpieces and discover new masters by featuring works from Denver area artists, through Sunday, 404 S. Upham St., Lakewood; 303-934-1777.
The Lab "Silent Films & Bedroom Paintings,"paintings by Stephen Batura, Jeffrey Keith, Faris McReynolds, Amy Metier, Maggie Michael, Frank T. Martinez and David Reed; and film from the British Film Institute, the George Eastman House, the Library of Congress and the Netherlands Film Museum, through Aug. 31, 404 S. Upham St., Lakewood; 303-934-1777.
The Museum of Contemporary Art Works by Leipzig painter Susanne Kuhn, through Aug. 10, 1485 Delgany St., Denver, 303-298-7554.
Radius Gallery A collection of unusual and interesting headwear, headdresses, helmets and hats owned by guest curator Dr. Beverly Chico, through Oct. 4, 801 S. Yarrow St., Lakewood; 303-987-7850.
Sandra Phillips Gallery "Summer Group Show," paintings by Irene Delka McCray, David Griffin, Hugh Daly, Margaret Kasahara and Amy Solomon; ceramics by Bebe Alexander and Katie Caron, through Aug. 30, 744 Santa Fe Drive, Denver; 303-573-5969.
Translations Gallery "Urban Mosaics,"unusual mixed-media by Sandy Schimmel; and graffiti elements combined with blocks of images stitched together by Joshua Stone, through July 25, 855 Inca St., Denver; 303-629-0713.
Walker Fine Art "Black & White," various media by Jerry Wingren and Brenda Stumpf, through Saturday, 300 W. 11th Ave., Denver; 303-355-8955.