RedLine Residency Artists

RedLine Residency Artists is presented by the Denver office of Ascent Private Capital Management of U.S. Bank and curated by the Elizabeth Leach Gallery. Located in Denver, RedLine Contemporary Art Center fosters education and engagement between artists and communities to create positive social change. Founded in 2008 by Laura Merage, RedLine was created to support emerging artists and provide creative opportunities for local residents.

RedLine serves as an incubator for a group of resident artists through an in-depth, two-year residency program that includes free studio space, community engagement opportunities and professional development. The organization also offers a range of programming that responds to the needs of the varied communities that live in the surrounding neighborhoods. Viewing art and arts education through a lens of social issues, the organization ensures equitable access to the arts for under-resourced populations by working to fulfill a vision of empowering everyone to create social change through art.

Libby Barbee, The Big Freeze

Libby Barbee, The Big Freeze, 2013, collage and paint on paper, 32 x 44”
Courtesy of the artist

 

 

Jaime Carrejo
Fence, Fence, 2017
ink, acrylic and polymer
on paper mounted to wood
38 x 32 x 3”
Courtesy the artist

          

Detour
Secretary of Defense, 2017
acrylic and latex on cardboard and wood
24 x 24 x 3.25”
Courtesy of the artist

 

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Fence, Fence
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Secretary of Defense

RedLine Residency Artists

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    Jaime Carrejo, Fence, Fence, 2017, ink, acrylic and polymer on paper mounted to wood, 38 x 32 x 3”, Courtesy the artist

    Jaime Carrejo is a multi-discipline artist and his projects involve painting, sculpture, video, and immersive installations that use layered materials such as rusting oxidation paint, colorful vinyl, and poured acrylic paint. Carrejo considers the layering of materials and imagery pivotal in exploring the collision of multi-hybrid identities and alterity (the state of being other or different) that form complicated relationships. 

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    Detour, Secretary of Defense, 2017, acrylic and latex on cardboard and wood, 24 x 24 x 3.25”, Courtesy of the artist

    Thomas Evans, aka Detour, is an interactive visual artist experimenting with the intersections of art, music and technology. With his ever-evolving approach to art, Detour’s focus is on expanding customary views of creativity and challenging fine-art paradigms by mixing traditional mediums with new technologies — all the while opening up the creative process from that of a singular artist, to one that thrives on multi-layered collaboration and viewer participation.

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

  

  Participating Artists     
   

Libby Barbee
Beau Carey
Jamie Carrejo
Detour
Zach Reini
Ashley Eliza Williams

 

 

 

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