On October 2, 2014, Fuller Sotheby’s International Realty broker, Jon Goldberg, hosted an Autumn Art Soirée, featuring the art installation, Shades in Time, highlighting two talented Colorado artists, Bonnie Lhotka and Norman Epp.
The event, celebrated on the “first Thursday” of October, at the Walker Fine Art Gallery, located in Denver’s Golden Triangle museum district, was to showcase Denver’s vibrant art scene. A client, vendor, and business associate appreciation event; over 80 guests enjoyed an evening of culture, culinary delights and libations.
Guests were treated to Lhotka’s incredible use of photography and unique printing methods. Lhotka holds a degree in Printing and Printmaking from Bradley University in Peoria, Illinois. She uses multiple layers of ink and printed mediums to give her art a truly matchless look and feel. In additional to Lhotka’s work, guests enjoyed viewing one of a kind wood sculptures crafted by master woodworker, Norman Epp.
Epp holds a master’s degree in fine art and is known for using environmentally friendly, reclaimed materials, to create unique sculptures.
“These artists exemplify the talent and passion in the Colorado art community, and I am excited to support their work,” said Goldberg. “It is gratifying to introduce this type of art to clients and friends of my own.”
Along with a stunning visual palette of art, guests were treated to spectacular food and libations. A wine concierge service, WinePairings, provided three specialty wines from across the globe and Crazy Mountain Brewery treated guests to three distinctive craft beers, brewed in Vail, Colorado. As they say at Crazy Mountain, “crazy is, as crazy does, so drink up and live the life you want!” Occasions Catering delighted taste buds with their famous mac’ and cheese bar, featuring two pasta and cheese creations and a dedicated staff that orchestrated the event flawlessly.
The combined package of unique art, distinctive food and beverages created an exceptional evening for guests of Goldberg at the Walker Fine Art Gallery.
For more information contact Jon Goldberg at 303.919.8950