Exhibitions

The Mountains Are Calling

Final Friday | June 28th 5:30 pm - 9:00 pm Show runs from June 28th through September 14th John Muir famously said “The mountains are calling and I must go.” Reuben Saunders Gallery is proud to feature an invitational exhibition featuring fifteen nationally prominent artists who have also answered the call, specializing in artwork of the Rocky Mountains : Chula Beauregard, Steamboat Springs, CO, Lorenzo Chavez, Parker, CO, Mark Flickinger, Arkansas City, KS, Debra Joy Groesser, Ralston, NE, David Harms, Centennial, CO, Peggy Immel, Taos, NM, Kate Kiesler, Breckenridge, CO, Leon Loughridge, Denver, CO, Stuart Loughridge, St. Paul, MN, Kim Mackey, Pueblo, CO, Stacey Peterson, Evergreen, CO, Clare Scott, Lafeyette, CO, Phil Starke, Tucson, AZ, Brad Teare, Providence, UT, Dan...

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The Medium is the Message

First Friday | October 4th 5:30 - 9:00 This group show will feature artists that work in a variety of mediums! "The medium is the message. This is merely to say that the personal and social consequences of any medium - that is, of any extension of ourselves - result from the new scale that is introduced into our affairs by each extension of ourselves, or by any new technology." - Marshall McLuhan Show will run through October 27th

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“LIGHTHOUSE” : Josh Tripoli

First Friday | November 1st 5:30 - 9:00 PM "LIGHTHOUSE" : A new solo exhibition featuring Josh Tripoli. The show features a body of figurative work that's been developed over the course of two years by Josh Tripoli. "LIGHTHOUSE" opens November 1st at the Reuben Saunders Gallery and runs through December 2nd. The idea for "LIGHTHOUSE" originates in the Bible’s, “bodies are temples” verse (1 Corinthians 6:19), which found a creatively compelling analogue in the body as a lighthouse. Light as awareness, revealer, a benevolent, guiding beacon. House a seafarer’s haven, a return from the wonders and tumults of love, empathy, compassion, joy, envy, pride, violence, and fear. The relationship between keeper and voyager.  Join us for the opening of...

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Small Works for the Holidays

Small Works for the Holidays at Reuben Saunders Gallery November 23 running through to December 23. The holidays are a perfect time for gift giving, and art can be one of the best gifts to share. Come by during the holiday season to view small works starting as low $15 and under $500. We will have paintings, prints, ceramics, and more on display throughout our contemporary, traditional, and estate rooms. Visit our website to view some available works: http://reubensaundersgallery.com/artists/small-works-for-the-holidays/ We are open Monday - Friday from 10:00 AM - 5:30 PM and Saturdays from 10:00 AM - 4:00 PM.

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In Living Color

First Friday | December 6th 5:30 - 9:00 PM Join us for our December First Friday exhibition: In Living Color. This exhibition features artists working in a variety of mediums using color to bring their works to life in vibrant and exciting ways. In Living Color features artists: Aaron Jackson Bowman, Garet Reynek, James Borger, Kirsten Shannon, Matthew Hilyard, and Tim Stone. We hope you can join us December 6 from 5:30 - 9:00 PM for the opening reception. In Living Color is open until December 28.

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Our Favorite Things : Annual Staff Curated Exhibition

For our annual staff curated exhibition, we each picked five pieces of art from the gallery based on five categories: contemporary, traditional, print, estate, and 3D. Artwork featured ranges in medium, style, and era, which we hope offers not only an insight into each of us, but also each of the artists featured in this exhibition. Our Favorite Things is on display until February 1st.

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It Takes Two : Couples Exhibition

Join us for our First Friday exhibition, It Takes Two : Couples Exhibition in February. This exhibition features artists making art together in Kansas. Maybe these artists actively collaborate on pieces, maybe they simply share their inspirations together, or perhaps they even share a studio. It Takes Two features artists: Barbara Waterman-Peters and Larry Peters Tina Thomas and Dan Gegen Trish and Bruce VanOsdel Emily Chamberlain and Joseph Rincones Susan Blackwood and Howard Friedland We hope you can join us on February 7 from 5:30 - 9:00 PM for the opening reception. It Takes Two : Couples Exhibition closes February 29.  

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ART SALE : RSG Inventory

For the month of March, we want to focus on artworks from the gallery by highlighting our collection with an art sale event. Join us March 6 on First Friday from 5:30 - 9:00 PM for to celebrate with the Reuben Saunders Gallery. This exhibition will feature a range of works from Prairie Print Makers, Associated American Artists, to some of our contemporary artists from the gallery collection. ART SALE : RSG Inventory runs March 6-28.

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Brian Hinkle: 2020 If Only

Join us for our June First Friday solo exhibition: Brian Hinkle- 2020 If Only. This exhibition features art created during his time in quarantine. "Please don't come to the opening*. I may or may not show up. I'll be standing by the keg of wine in the other room. These past two months I've been trying to keep my hands busy and my mind. Seriously, I hope to see y'all soon." -B HinkleThe exhibition opens June 5 at the Reuben Saunders Gallery and runs through June 26. *Due to the pandemic, we've decided it's best to alter our event to keep everyone as safe as possible. The opening hours are 10am to 5:30pm. Please feel free to drop in during...

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Colony 39_Randy Regier

This new body of work with be installed in our windows and can be viewed from outside as well as inside. THROUGH DECEMBER.   "Sometime in the mid ‘80s, I encountered a vintage Japanese-made tabletop battery powered game/toy at a small thrift shop. I bought it for a couple of reasons, most notably the lithography and graphics were excellent, all outer-space themed, and because the more I examined it the more I wanted to know the people that conceived of and made it. It’s long gone now, can’t even recall how or when I let it go. But the important thing is I still think of it and wonder what it was, I never really understood it (it did not...

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