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101 N. F Street (Upstairs)
Salida, Colorado 81201
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Louisville, CO 8002
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Welcome to Armantrout Studio

Armantrout Studio is the working studio and classroom of artist Linda Armantrout. Her work is about gesture and color. Linda has been encouraged by curators, Sally L. Perisho, Ken Bloom, and Jerry Allen Gilmore.  Her work was selected into group exhibits by Dianne Vanderlip and Gwen Chanzit , and she received a juror’s award from Debra Jordy. Read more about Linda Armantrout 

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Check out news about the Studio below. If you aren't on our mailing list please sign up on the left and be sure to join us on Facebook at Armantrout Studio. If you are new to the site please scroll and read previous pages in Studio News to see more of the artist's journey and body of work.

Monday
Aug242015

CFA Gallery Show in Final Week.

It has been a wonderful Spring and Summer for Armantrout Studio. Janet Russell at CFA Gallery, 916 Main Street in the Louisville Arts District, is hosting Armantrout's recent body of work that features the Bison as icon. You can view this show until August 29th. Sellars Project Space exhibited "Following the One Who Knows the Way", May 8th through June 28th. You can view the exhibit and purchase remaining pieces online. Linda enjoyed a Studio Visit from dear friends and collectors from Winter Park, Florida in June. Major opportunities are up for September with previous collectors, and in October through December in an exciting, Boulder venue to be announced. Thank you Janet Russell and Jimmy Sellars for being terrific allies.

SOLD in Salida. "They painted Spotted Horses because they saw Spotted Horses"

 

 CFA Gallery Show ends this week. 

 

 

 

 

 

Wednesday
Jul012015

July 3rd Opening at CFA Gallery, Exhibit through August 29th

White Buffalo Spirit RisingJuly 3rd, 6-9 pm is the Opening for Armantrout's new work featuring the bison as icon at CFA Gallery, 916 Main Street, Louisville, Colorado. Armantrout's recent body of work evolved from her series of Power Images.  The work results from thoughts and feelings about: Connections to ancestors, artists, and shamans who made ancient marks, leaving marks on top of marks, and believing “We are all related” across time and across continents.

The bison energy came roaring into the Studio and does not leave.  The cave and rock art continues to influence Linda, as does her reading about Native American culture. Armantrout is also introducing a series of graphite Drawings of Spirit Messengers. Preview the paintings at Available Paintings or scroll through Studio News (page 2) to see the drawings. First Friday in the Louisville Arts District is always fun. Enjoy art, music, wine, food.

 

The Legend & Importance of the White Buffalo, a symbol of sacred life and abundance

John Lame Deer, a Lakota spiritual leader shares, "A white buffalo is the most sacred living thing you could ever encounter." The American Buffalo or Bison is a symbol of abundance and manifestation. The lesson passed on by the Lakota is that one does not have to struggle to survive. This is especially true if the right action is joined by the right prayer. By learning to appropriately unite the mundane with the divine,  all that will be needed will be provided.

A Lakota Legend...One summer a long time ago, the seven sacred council fires of the Lakota Sioux came together and camped. The sun was strong and the people were starving for there was no game. Two young men went out to hunt in the Black Hills of South Dakota. Along the way, a beautiful young woman dressed in white appeared to the warriors and said, "Return to your people and tell them I am coming." This holy woman presented the Lakota people with the sacred pipe which showed how all things were connected. She taught the Lakota people the mysteries of the earth. She taught them to pray and follow the proper path while on earth. As the woman left the tribe, she rolled upon the earth four times, changing color each time, and finally turning into a white buffalo calf. Then she disappeared. Almost at the same time as her leaving, great herds of buffalo could be seen surrounding the camps. It is said that after that day, the Lakota honored their pipe, and buffalo were plentiful.

Wednesday
Jun172015

Sellars Project Space Show Extended through Salida Art Walk.

“I heard them call your name… the Gods… the Ancients…
the Universe…
the All Knowing…
the All Seeing… They Whispered… it’s time… its time for you to be you. It’s time for you to love more, give more, be more, live more…it’s time…and that time is now.”
— Nick Ortner

"Following the One Who knows the Way" opened to a warm Salida welcome on May 8, 2015. The show has been extended through Salida Art Walk to June 29th at Sellars Project Space , 207 F Street in Salida, Colorado. Visit SellarsProjectSpace.com to see the exhibit online or call (719) 207-4150 for more information.

Show in Louisville Opens July 3 and continues through August.

July 3rd is the Opening of recent work featuring the bison as icon at CFA Gallery, 916 Main Street, Louisville, Colorado. This is a separate body of work from the Salida Exhibit. Armantrout is also introducing a series of graphite Drawings of Spirit Messengers. Preview at Available Paintings. First Friday in the Louisville Arts District is always fun enjoy art, music, wine, food.

Thursday
Apr162015

ARTIST ARMANTROUT TO EXHIBIT AT SPS SALIDA

Following the One who Knows the Way/60"x48" Oil paintingSellars Project Space is pleased to present the work of Colorado artist Linda Armantrout in an exhibition of new works titled, Following the One Who Knows the Way. This exhibition opens with a reception for the artist on Saturday, May 9th, 2015 from 5 - 8 p.m. during the Salida Artists’ Second Saturday Gallery Tour and will continue through June 8th, 2015.

Armantrout’s work uses the form of the moving horse, and other symbolically charged animals and people, as a metaphor for the power of spirit. Her process includes meditation, sketching, drawing, and color theory. She manipulates both line and color to make energy and emotions visible. This body of work evolved from an exploration of the layers of meaning found in common symbols, both prehistoric and historic, and of the universality of the symbols found in our spiritual ancestry on cave and rock walls.

Sellars Project Space, celebrating it’s 25th year, is located in the creative and historic mountain town of Salida, Colorado. From it’s storefront in the state’s largest historic district, the gallery and store offers visitors a glimpse into the life of mountain living. Open May through September, Sellars Project Space is open Mondays - Fridays from 10 - 2 p.m. and weekends from 11 - 2 p.m. and always by appointment. For more information visit SellarsProjectSpace.com or call (719) 207-4150. Artist and Curator available for interviews. Photographs and video available.

Friday
Jan232015

CFA Gallery Group Show

I looked and I saw a White Horse,,,Linda Armantrout has been invited to show work during the month of February at CFA Gallery, 916 Main Street, Louisville, Colorado. She hopes you'll come out for the opening reception.

When: Friday, February 6, 2015 (also kick off of the First Friday Art Walk)
Where: Creative Framing Art Gallery (aka CFA Gallery)
Time: 6pm to 9pm


Linda will have her next 4 person show at CFA Gallery in July and August, 2015. Lots has been happening in the Studio. Linda has been drawing and is close to finishing a painting. Stay tuned.

 

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