529 East Cooper Avenue    Aspen, Colorado

Specializing in one of a kind and customizable accent furniture and accessories
curated with specially selected fine art.

Current Artists Exhibiting 

Adele Seltzer

Inspired by her interests in archeology and connections with nature,
Adele Seltzer's totem wall constructions that emphasize the relationships between animal and human form. Her lifelong interest in dance and music are also reflected in her work. There is a lightness and movement of the abstract forms, as well as a energy and strength  of commitment. 
Adele's choice in using recycled materials of basic shapes and the effects that variation an distortion can have on their meaning. Suddenly they take on new symbolic values which can relate , not only to physical images of abstracted human and animal form but also themes found in anthropology, folklore and myths of ancient cultures. They reflect a spirit in the self rising in the vertical and deal with the magnifications of our perception

Exhibiting December 15-January 23

 

 

 


Snow Queen

Snow Queen

The Harem

The Harem

Chocolate Suicide

Chocolate Suicide

Sophie and Elvis

Sophie and Elvis

Crazy Chair

Crazy Chair

Queen of Sheba

Queen of Sheba

Dhea

Dhea

Lynn Goldsmith

Andi-Le Aspen Gallery is pleased to announce an exhibition with Lynn Goldsmith. “Art is Work” will be on view beginning Thurs, January 26 with an opening reception from 6 - 8pm.

On view are chosen works from “The Looking Glass” and her Rock Mosaic “Blondie”.

Renowned portrait photographer Lynn Goldsmith turns her lens on herself, assuming an array of disguises to fracture any singular sense of self or perceived notions about beauty gender logic or sexuality. The Looking Glass explores her quest into the nature of identity and the human spirit.

 The Looking Glass series injects Lynn’s image into scenarios derived from fairy tales, myths and cinema. It is where fantasy and reality mix freely.

Step into her journey of self examination, and loose whatever inhibitions you may have in order to discover what make us human in this culture of the image that we inhabit now more strongly than at any other time in history.

 Lynn is an artist who has been at the forefront of performance art with her aka Will Powers while also being an award winning portrait photographer whose work has appeared on covers of magazines such as Rolling Stone, Life, Time, Newsweek, Sports Illustrated, and Interview, to name a few. Her videos and photography are in the permanent collections of MOMA, The Smithsonian, The Polaroid Collection, The Kodak Collection, The Chicago Museum of Contemporary Photography, The Sir Elton John Collection as well as the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame.

Artist Reception January 26 6-8PM
Exhibiting January 26 - February 15


Claudia Meyer

The works of Claudia Meyer is a true hybrid of sculpture and painting. She bridges these two concepts masterfully.
Her elegant, mostly abstract works, made from wood, Plexiglas, stainless steel, acrylic paint, precious stones and sand have a feminine quality. The movement is fluid. 
There is nothing else like this. There are elements of nature, light space, matter and dimension. You can follow the artist’s hand through her reverse painting and surface painting.  
Claudia dialogs through colors, transparency and shapes.

By lighting the work from behind, another layer of dimensionality is created. Claudia’s work draws you in to want to ask questions and experience her work.

Claudia is Swiss, has lived and studied in New York and various parts of Europe, lives in Paris today, speaks several languages, and exhibits her works in Europe, Japan and the U.S.

Opening Reception  February 16  6-8 PM
Artist Reception  February 22   6-8 PM


Claudia Patrick

Urban landscape and it's multi-layered spacial and conceptual complexities is Claudia Patricks special interest. In both film and digital formats, the changing landscape and natural resources have been her main focus. The rapidly vanishing wilderness and everything it sustains is central to her work.

Author of art photography books, Tallgrass Prairie and Tulsa's Zig Zag Style.


Lucrecia Waggoner

Porcelain artist Lucrecia Waggoner will be exhibiting dynamic installations, combining nature and porcelain, elevating traditional ceramics to a new level.
There is a calming sense of tranquility as they float across the wall.
Beautifully finished wood limbs, and delicate arrangements of porcelain shapes, glazed and decorated with 22 K gold leaf and other precious metals, palladium, copper and sterling silver. 

Lucrecia Waggoner’s "Reflections of Nature" will be on exhibit March 9 - April 1
Artist Reception March 15  6-8 PM

 

Andi-Le  One-of-a-Kind   Pieces on Display

Benches 

Aspen Table/Seats