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ART AT EVIVA

Home to the internationally renowned Denver Art Museum, with an impressive collection of European masterworks and outstanding contemporary objects, Denver’s Golden Triangle has the greatest concentration of art museums and galleries within Colorado. EVIVA on Cherokee offers unparalleled access to the Denver art scene located steps away from the Denver Art Museum, The Kirkland Museum of Fine & Decorative Art and The Clyfford Still Museum.

EVIVA makes art a part of everyday living. The apartment community operates its own gallery with rotating original works of art displayed throughout the common spaces, elevators and the building’s facade. The work is curated by Pedro Barrios and features emerging artists and craftsmen from Denver and beyond.

Volkan Alkanoglu

PLUME BLOOM, 2017

A Note about the Work

Plume Bloom is an original art installation by Volkan Alkanoglu. The work playfully connects Cherokee Street to the Arts District while introducing an alternative bright and colorful visual to the EVIVA on Cherokee building. The installation acts as a dynamic focus point attracting pedestrians in the arts district and visitors to the Denver Art Museum towards Cherokee Street and the entrance of the Eviva building.

Composed out of hundreds of unique and individual elements placed on three sides of the building, Plume Bloom as a composition forms an abstract landscape of geometries. The various pieces act as an ornament to the building, communicate between the viewer and its architectural context, connect cityscapes, and play visual tricks with the viewer by producing Optical Art-like effects.

Plume Bloom represents the mobility and dynamic nature of the Golden Triangle community, a neighborhood that provides the city of Denver with a center for both its cultural development and environmental appreciation.

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Lee Heekin

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Lee Heekin

My work is an exploration of the grid and its relationship to life’s constant struggle between chaos and order, confinement and flux. I am interested in how parts combine and repetition of form transforms an image to make a new whole.

My fragmented landscapes are in inquiry into separation and connection as our world shifts and changes with human natures opposing forces of autonomy vs. connection. The pieces in this Windows series are created by making large mono-prints of wooden sculptures, cutting and rearranging the imagery and then imbedding these small paintings into poured resin. In doing so, each tiny painting addresses preservation and the tension between intimacy and isolation.

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TANUart

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TANUart

Taryn experiments with a method of weaving that is based on the concept of synergy. Through a process of repetition and connection she creates pieces embodying the principle that ‘the whole is greater than the sum of its parts’.

She is self-taught, weaving in her own style independent of traditional technique. Taryn utilizes simple shapes to achieve a sequence of complex patterns. She works almost exclusively with hemp fiber to create rugs and wall hangings defined by bold geometric designs.

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Caleb Hahne

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Caleb Hahne

Caleb Hahne graduated from the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design in 2014 and currently lives and works in Colorado. His art has been included in multiple solo and group exhibitions in Denver, New York, Los Angeles, San Francisco, Portland, Montreal, Berlin, and the United Kingdom and most recently at MCA Denver, Black Cube Nomadic Museum, as well as the New Museum NY in collaboration with Adidas. Denver Westword named Hahne one of the 100 Colorado Creatives of 2014 and one of the Top 10 Artists to wach in 2015. He is also listed as one of the top 10 contemporary artists under 40 by Widewalls.

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Jason Thielke

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Jason Thielke

Jason Thielke’s art focuses on urban landscapes and their inhabitants. A strong emotional connection to the built environment and its inevitable rise and fall provide the foundation for his work. Thielke’s aesthetic encompasses both contemporary and traditional techniques much like modern architecture; his process of drawing, composing, and transferring images mirrors the planning, deconstruction and reconstruction phases of urban gentrification. The architectural style in his work is applied to his interpretation of the human form, which comfortably contrasts hard lines with soft features and mixed emotions. Thielke often parallels this theme with the resurgence of American figurative painting.

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Marsha Robinson

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Marsha Robinson

Marsha Robinson is a self taught and disciplined artist based out of Denver, CO. She creates a world full of elegant hand drawn botanical imagery embraced by strikingly bold designs that reflect the nostalgia of the Art Deco Era. She is a master of balance when it comes to combining the feminine and masculine elements of design, which allows her work to express a certain organic fluidity while also maintaining order & structure. Marsha is constantly evolving as an artist and with every piece of work comes new transformation.

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Bruce Zander

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Bruce Zander

“Black and white photography allows us to see the world in a manner which draws our attention to light, forms, and textures we may otherwise miss. Black and white images reveal the music of the world around us and a rhythm which we cannot detect with the full range of colors.” – Bruce Zander

His images have been shown in galleries in the Denver area and are part of private and corporate collections. Zander has won several recognitions including the Best of Show in the Denver Art Museum Western Nature Photographic Competition (1982).

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Gemma Danielle

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Gemma Danielle

Gemma Danielle is an artist and certified Reiki Master instructor. She has studied traditional Usui Reiki for over 8 years and combines shamanic journeying, plant medicine ceremonies, akashic record reading and sound healing in her private practice. Her art began as a medium for the healing energies of Reiki, and she often references the ancient meditation tool of the mandala as a conductor and generator of this energy. She repeats silent prayers, or mantras, with each line drawn in her intricate webs, and she labors over the precise straight lines without the aide of a ruler, attempting to mimic the technical precision of a computer by embracing the powerful capabilities of the human hand.

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