Tyler Shields: The Dirty Side of Glamour1 June - 9 July | Artist Reception July 2nd from 5 - 7pm
From the first time I went to Aspen, when I was a teenager, I have always had a love for it. Long before I was a photographer, I remember thinking how beautiful it was. Such a magical place! Over the years, I have always thought about doing a show there, but the right people and the right location never seemed to find me. Then, I had the opportunity to team up with the amazing people at Casterline Goodman Gallery. Everyone there is a great lover of art.
Obviously, I wish I would’ve shown in Aspen sooner, but I am glad to finally being doing this show with the right people at this time in my career. As for the work, I wanted to bring a collection of images ranging from some of my most sought after works, to new works that I have just recently debuted. I can’t wait to do my first show in Aspen and make it a staple in my rotation of shows in the future! - Tyler Shields
Nick Moss and Danielle Procaccio: Field of Flowers10 July - 6 August | Artist Reception August 3rd from 5 - 7pm
"The Beautiful art of welding flowers on steel and the profound connection between both the material and nature. We often take for granted the ground we walk on, failing to recognize the intricate harmony that exists between the human-made and the natural world. However, by welding flowers on steel we have the opportunity to bridge that gap and appreciate the intregal role each element plays in our lives." - Nick Moss"My art is a reflection of the beauty and resilience of life, even in the midst of loss and pain. I created these paintings of flowers as a way to capture the vivid and colorful moments of my childhood, and to pay tribute to a pivotal moment that shaped who I am today. When I paint, I see flashes of memories, both happy and sad, that have left an indelible mark on my soul. But my paintings are not about dwelling on the past. They are a celebration of life, a testament to the power of nature and the human spirit to endure and thrive.The flowers in my paintings represent hope, renewal, and growth. They are a symbol of the cycle of life, and the beauty that can be found in every stage of existence. They remind me that even in the darkest moments, there is always a glimmer of light, a reason to keep moving forward. My work is not just about capturing the essence of a moment in time, but about using art as a way to heal and transform pain into beauty.Through these flower paintings, I hope to inspire others to see the world in a more vibrant and positive light. I want my art to be a source of comfort and inspiration for those who are going through difficult times, and a reminder that even in the midst of grief and sadness, there is always beauty to be found. My paintings are a testament to the power of art to transform, heal, and uplift the human spirit, and I am honored to be able to share them with the world."- Danielle Procaccio
Russell Young: FAME7 August - 15 September | Artist Reception August 31st from 5 - 7pm
Russell Young’s silk screen series FAME has a rich history. It was first exhibited at the Museum of Modern Art, Shanghai. The series then headed to London, where it made history exhibiting in the windows of luxury department store Harrods. Young is the first and only artist since Harrods was founded in 1849 to be given this honor. The series was then exhibited inside Harrods as well as a 100-painting exhibition at Halcyon Gallery in Mayfair.
David Yarrow1 June - 15 September
David Yarrow was born in Glasgow, Scotland in 1966. He took up photography at an early age and as a 20-year-old found himself working as a photographer for The London Times on the pitch at the World Cup Final in Mexico City. On that day, David took the famous picture of Diego Maradona holding the World Cup and, as a result, was subsequently asked to cover the Olympics and numerous other sporting events. Many years later David established himself as a fine art photographer by documenting the natural world from new perspectives and the last nine years have been career-defining.
Summer Viewing Room: Tyler Shields, Nick Moss, Danielle Procaccio, Russell Young, David Yarrow