On Friday, Plus Gallery will be celebrating its tenth year in business. Plus first opened its doors in 2001, under the name “Cordell Taylor Gallery,” an extension of the gallery that owner Ivar Zeile first became associated with during his time in Salt Lake City, UT. The gallery has since changed names twice, weathered two significant downturns in the national and global economy, moved into a singular architectural space designed specifically to fit the program, and continues to be at the forefront of contemporary art in the region today. The gallery has worked with some of the top artists from the state of Colorado, both veterans and emerging stars, and has also worked with select artists from outside the state. Plus has built an reputation for delivering the high quality contemporary art exhibitions and helping artists to gain national recognition and a strong collector base for their work.

In celebration of ten years in Denver, Plus Gallery will feature a selection of works from the vault throughout the space: both old and new works by artists quintessential to the gallery history and relevant within the stable today, as well as a major recent sculpture by the original namesake and friend of the gallery Cordell Taylor.

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TOP TEN REASONS TO COME TO THE PLUS GALLERY 10-YEAR ANNIVERSARY

1. New paintings by Gabriel Liston.
2. A major outdoor sculpture by Gallery originator Cordell Taylor.

3. Recent paintings by Lenka Konopasek.
4. A temporary exterior installation by New Zealand artist Shannon Novak

5. Jenny Morgan’s largest self-portrait to date.

6. A new painting from Xi Zhang.
7. A modified painting by Riva Sweetrocket.
8. The original “American Flag” painting by Ivar Zeile.
9.  A handful of smaller-scale Bill Amundson drawings, a brand new Frank T. Martinez painting
10. A keg of Great Divide’s new seasonal ale “Belgian Yeti” fresh on the market.

Visit www.plusgallery.com for more info.

Event Info:

Friday, July 15th 6-9pm
Plus Gallery
501 Larimer Street

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