SYNC Gallery presents:


In this series of new work, James C. Jones explores the power and energy within universal geometric forms and how their interplay with the natural world can be a catalyst to navigating our inner world.  His art juxtaposes digital printing with watercolors, ink and the natural grains of wood to look at how man-made constructs are intertwined with natural life.  James’ non-traditional, and unique method of creating art, asks us to look deeper into the self, which can then serve as a pathway to clarity, peace, and insight.

“There is no path.  The path is made by walking” Antonio Machado 


Something catches your eye and you have to step off the well known route to see and experience what is there.  Kristy Smith’s paintings are such off-road journeys for her and for the viewer.  Off-road may be a color or the addition of a different medium or a different way of using the paint.  Each painting is an exploration of a moment, finding a way to express what draws her in new directions. Like path-making, Kristy’s work develops as she moves into painting, spontaneously responding to the colors and shapes on the canvas.  There is no right or wrong way to go because there is no definite destination other than the resolution of the work into its own moment of completeness. The finished work is a celebration in color, line, and shape, found in life’s complex beauty.

In her most recent series, Cyncie Winter weaves together poetry and painting to explores the theme of Pathways.  Pathways always lead Somewhere, and it often takes courage and discernment to choose which ones to take.  Whatever our choices might be, the opportunity awaits us each and every day to open ourselves to discovery, wonder and the potential for new growth.


The creation and expression of art can be a Pathway for both the artist and the viewer—an often mysterious doorway that can empower us to experience fullness and wholeness of being, opening into deeper gratitude, connection, possibility, and truly being able to claim our own Paths of the Heart.


Using multiple washes and layers of liquid acrylic paint, Cyncie explores what it means to invite in fluidity and resilience to both creativity and to life itself. The shapes and symbols and colors that emerge from this complex process can provide symbolic teachings for what it means to follow a Pathway of Awakening to what is Calling. 


every Thursday: 1pm - 4pm


First Fridays: 6pm - 9:30pm


Third Fridays:

Opening Artist Reception



other Fridays: 1pm - 4pm


every Saturday:  noon - 4pm

and always by appointment

Please note that there may be tentative closings or changes in dates, due to policies suggested by the Art District of Santa Fe, with the support of the Santa Fe Business Improvement District which is making an effort to follow the CDC and the Colorado Department of Public Health's recommendations. 

SYNC Gallery is an artist operated gallery consisting of 20 members.  Follow the links below to learn more about each artist.


Located at 931 Santa Fe Drive, 80204. In Denver's Art District on Santa Fe.

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