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A premiere gallery located in the

Arts District on Santa Fe in Denver Colorado

known nationally for it's arts and culture.

Thursdays: 1pm - 4pm

(3rd Friday 1-9pm)


Fridays: 1pm - 4pm

(1st Friday 1-9pm)


Saturdays:  Noon - 5pm

Sundays: 1pm - 4pm

(Last Sunday of the month 11-3pm)


or by appointment with individual artists.

SYNC Gallery presents

Beneath the Surface: Explorations in Artistic Depth
Johanna Morrell and Alexandra Elliott

July 18th through August 11th, 2024

OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY July 19th, 2024, 1 PM to 9 PM

In a harmonious convergence of perspectives, Alexandra Elliott and Johanna

Morrell redefine the boundaries of artistic expression. Elliott's work breathes life

into brokenness, exploring the beauty found within imperfection through the

medium of broken glass and water-media, while Johanna Morrell's art embraces

spontaneity and unpredictability, navigating the challenge of painting in reverse on

plexiglas. Inspired by the Japanese concept of Wabi-Sabi, Elliott invites viewers to

perceive the world through a lens of acceptance, while Morrell's process-driven

approach yields creations that defy expectation. Together, they weave a narrative

of transformation, challenging viewers to reconsider notions of beauty and

spontaneity in the realm of art.

Johanna Morrell A Few Bold Undertakings  Acrylic on Plexiglas and Wooden Panel  24 x

Johanna Morrell -- "A Few Bold Undertakings" --Acrylic on Plexiglas and Wooden Panel - 24" x 48"

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mixed media by Alexandra Elliott

SYNC Gallery presents

Helene Strebel & Jean Herman

August 15th through September 15th, 2024

OPENING RECEPTION: FRIDAY August 16th, 2024, 1 PM to 9 PM

There are secrets in Helene Strebel's abstract paintings,
not every things is immediately perceptible, or translated  for the viewer.

She usually looks to create forms of art with strong components and strong colors.  
"My goal is to create an open narrative, an open platform for anyone to project there own perception. I don't think in a linear way, I thinking in a way that  brings things together!"

A number of collectors in the USA and Europe are in possession of her artwork.




The exhibit also features Jean Herman textile works and watercolors

"Occasionally, I have found time to paint watercolors. Although I have used watercolors in my sketch book for years, I usually include ink drawings as part of my sketch. I took a several classes from Dennis Pendleton at the Art Students League. It is enjoyable to revive my skills and just relax and paint. So far, my stack of rejects is larger than my group of paintings that I will put a mat on. But I am thoroughly enjoying a medium that I can finish a piece in 2 hours. It is a nice break from my fiber work that often takes several months"


Jean is giving an artist’s talk on Saturday, September 14, 1-3 pm.

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Helene Strebelll - Wet Orange   24 x 30

Jean Herman - Isis Goddess of Motherhood mixed media fiber 20 x 36.jpg

Jean Herman - Isis Goddess of Motherhood mixed media fiber   20 x 36

Jean Herman The Store Front 11 x 15 watercolor on paper

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Call for Artists


  • 2-person show once a year

  • Space in the members gallery for a small work all year

  • Social media and Website marketing

  • Interchange of ideas with fellow artists

  • Discount on any classes or juried shows within the gallery

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