Author Archives: Mindy Bray

Flood of ’65

Flood of ’65, 6.5 ft. x 12 ft., latex paint on wall Flood of ’65 is a new commissioned work for the offices of Husch Blackwell in the Union Station neighborhood of Denver. It is a site specific painting in the main lobby of the office, and was commissioned through Nine Dot Arts. This is my statement […]

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San Escobar at Gildar Gallery

Image courtesy Gildar Gallery My piece In the Absence of (Sonoran Desert) is currently included in the group exhibition San Escobar at Gildar Gallery in Denver. Curated by Sophie Lynn Morris, San Escobar explores issues of illusion, fragility, and privilege under the guise of a fake tropical paradise. The exhibition runs through August 26, 2017.

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Living Wall

Living Wall acrylic on canvas 45″ x 60″ 2017

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In the absence of

In the absence of, 45″ x 60″, acrylic on canvas, 2016 A new piece in my studio, exploring the possibilities of canvas.

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Drawing Never Dies at RedLine

Rivulet, 22″ x 30″, ink on stretched paper. This piece will be included in the upcoming group exhibition Drawing Never Dies at RedLine in Denver. The exhibition was curated by locals Donald Fodness and Daisy McGowan, and features a wide range of artists working in contemporary drawing. The exhibition opens July 9 at 6pm, and […]

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Urban Idyll at Goodwin Fine Art

Urban Idyll is open through January 23, 2016 at Goodwin Fine Art. Read an exhibition review from Denver’s Westword here. Read an exhibition review from Art Ltd. Magazine here.

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Strange Continents at Westin DIA

 Strange Continents, a public commission for the city of Denver at the new Westin Hotel at Denver International Aiport, is now open. The piece is installed on two walls of the first level corridor of the new hotel, the main entrance to the hotel from the transit areas. The piece is a total of over […]

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