NOW ArtSpace supports emerging and established local artists who want the public to see their art. We offer a professional but relaxed venue for displaying artwork of all types. Since opening, NOW ArtSpace has displayed watercolors, carbon-print photographs, aesthetic and functional metalwork, mixed media, documentary photography, and hand-made jewelry.

NOW participates in the First Friday Art Walk on Tennyson Street in north Denver and features new artists each month. NOW is also the home of Pee Dog, the creation of local artist and co-owner of NOW, Lori Owicz.

NOW ArtBoutique located in the front of the gallery space offers original artwork for all occasions: belts, hats,, small canvases, prints...pottery and OWICZ Obots. Art you can afford. See it for yourself.

March 1st, through March 22 | LAST SHOW
Leigh Wailes|Photographs

NOW ArtSpace is not a typical gallery. We're not a co-op. We're not in it for the money. We just want artists to show their art. We offer a professional space in a good location for just that purpose.

Jennifer and Lori, owners of NOW ArtSpace, host every first Friday from 6-10 p.m., supplying beer, wine, and appetizers. It's a great night when artists meet gallery guests and talk about their work--and sell it! The first Friday Tennyson Art Walk is a great opportunity to show your work to anywhere from 200 to 400 people. Our First Friday guests tend to be repeat visitors--they put us on their calendars because they know we'll have great art in a great atmosphere.

Often visitors want to meet the artist and ask questions, so artists are required to attend or have a representative present on first Fridays. We work with the artists each month to set up and promote a schedule of open hours and events, such as "meet the artist" and "art on the street" nights. Artists are encouraged to host multiple events during the month to increase exposure and sales.

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