Monday, August 22, 2011

GroundSwell presents Alan Kitchen

The start of the GroundSwell Gallery's fourth show, There Was No Sound: paintings by Alan Kitchen, lends us great momentum as we are continuing to develop the workings of the Gallery and relationships with artists and the public.  We are proud to have been reviewed by Kyle Macmillan as part of the Denver Post's Art blog and also the Friday, Aug. 19th Entertainment section of the Denver Post.  Congratulations are certainly in order for Alan as his first solo show of paintings has brought him such positive attention.  We confidently anticipate Alan's growth as an artist remembering his proposal for a show with us.  What a joy to receive a proposal with strong conceptual backing for aesthetically solid paintings.  Seeing the paintings in person for the first time, I felt the delight one artist feels for another's good work. 

Denver Post Blog article:

Denver Post: Entertainment.  August 19th article:

As a reminder, GroundSwell Gallery is open every day from 10am to 7pm.  The Gallery is adjacent to GroundSwell Cannabis Boutique and employees there can help you connect with curators Danette Montoya or Rebecca Peebles.  Otherwise, Rebecca and Danette are present in the Gallery every Friday from 12pm - 4pm and can schedule for appointments with interested patrons.  You may contact Rebecca at or Danette at

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