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Leon Gallery

Leon Gallery is a contemporary art exhibition space dedicated to sculpture, photography, mixed media, installation art, ceramics, painting ,drawing, and performance art.

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  www.leongallery.com    Leon  is a non-profit gallery and creative space dedicated to mentoring emerging artists across multiple disciplines. We aim to nurture and promote each artist, assist them in the development of their practice, and connect them with greater and more ambitious career opportunities. We provide our local community with a welcoming environment in which they can explore and discover the artistry of creative individuals from the Denver area and beyond.  Leon is an intentional gallery that challenges limitations. We provide an environment for artistic exploration that is free from the pressures of economic constraints.   We challenge our artists.    We challenge our audience.    We challenge the art market.      Leon gallery was founded in 2011 by yours truly with Lindsay Giles McWilliams and Matthew Buford. Today, I am proud to work alongside Eric Nord to continue to push the boundaries of what an arts organization can do.

www.leongallery.com

Leon is a non-profit gallery and creative space dedicated to mentoring emerging artists across multiple disciplines. We aim to nurture and promote each artist, assist them in the development of their practice, and connect them with greater and more ambitious career opportunities. We provide our local community with a welcoming environment in which they can explore and discover the artistry of creative individuals from the Denver area and beyond.

Leon is an intentional gallery that challenges limitations. We provide an environment for artistic exploration that is free from the pressures of economic constraints.

We challenge our artists.

We challenge our audience.

We challenge the art market.

Leon gallery was founded in 2011 by yours truly with Lindsay Giles McWilliams and Matthew Buford. Today, I am proud to work alongside Eric Nord to continue to push the boundaries of what an arts organization can do.