Saturday, December 8, 2012

Happy Holidays From Saks Galleries Cherry Creek Denver

Happy Holidays
Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
Oldest Fine Art Gallery in Colorado

Did you know we offer 
Professional Appraisals for Your Fine Art, 
Historical Acquisitions of European and American Western Art, 
Contemporary Fine Art Exhibitions, 
Receptions, Special Events, Demonstrations, Salons, 
Native American Antiquities, Jewelry, Pottery, Textiles, 
Consulting Services for Your Home or Business. 
Located in Denver, Colorado

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Current Events at Saks Galleries

now - December 31, 2012

Harmon "Imbued" 16 x 24 Oil
100 Fine Art Painters and Sculptors
from Across the Nation
present Miniatures

and enjoy the historical works of
Charles Partridge Adams "Mt. Gilpin" 9 x 12 Oil
Rare Selling Event
now - December 31, 2012
in conjunction with the 
Denver Art Museum Exhibition


The Winter Exhibition
January 18, 2013

Aldrich "Intimidation" 36 x 24 Oil
All Gallery Artists Participation
New Works
visit our website often
The Winter Exhibition 
page and images coming soon

Wishing You a Safe and Happy Holiday!
from all of us at 

3019 E. Second Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80206

Every Tuesday,  Saks Galleries offers free verbal valuations of your treasures.  Expert Professional Service. Fine art paintings both European and American WesternNative American Jewelry, Pottery and Textiles, Furniture, Silver,  Collectibles and more - Just ask us! Call 303.333.4144

Friday, December 7, 2012

Landscape Painter Sallie K. Smith Reception and Demonstration at Saks Galleries Cherry Creek Saturday December 8th 1:pm - 4:pm

Oldest Gallery in Colorado

100 National Artists 

Painter of the Rockies Artist

Saturday, December 8, 2012
1:pm - 4:pm
Reception and Demonstration
Join Us
Sallie K. Smith "Colorado Morning" 30 x 40 oil

Sallie K. Smith "Moraine Park Autumn" 36 x 48 oil

Though Sallie K. Smith paints other subjects, she prefers landscapes, and enjoys letting the work speak for her. The gentle yet vibrant images she depicts are inspired by her favorite vistas and her focus is exclusively Colorado. "Nature, to me, is so perfect in every detail; it gives me peace and, at the same time, is exhilarating. I am trying to capture that ethereal sensibility in my work, knowing that these moments of solitude are often fleeting. It is my hope that people can glimpse into my scenic travels and likewise be carried away with the work."

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The American Art Invitational exhibition at Saks Galleries offers several miniatures of Sallie K. Smith.  Please join us for an afternoon with the artist.  Sallie is represented by Saks Galleries Denver, Colorado.
Smith "Dancers" 11 x 14 Oil
Smith "Morning Reflected" 16 x12
Smith "Bear Lake Study" 6 x 8 Oil
Smith "Little Horses" 4 x 6

Saks Galleries Cherry Creek
3019 East 2nd Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80206
303.333.4144 and

Wednesday, December 5, 2012

More Charles Partridge Adams and the Reception


1858 - 1942
Exhibition and Sale
Now through December 31, 2012

Noted author and CP Adams historian Steve Andreas 
spoke to a full house at Saks Galleries Cherry Creek this past Saturday.  The rare selling event and exhibition presented by Saks Galleries coincides with the upcoming Denver Art Museum exhibition "Rocky Mountain Majesty" opening next month.

Noted author Steve Andreas speaking at Saks Galleries
Patrons at the C P Adams Exhibition 
Andreas explaining the execution of Adams Works
Twenty rare and beautifully painted landscapes of the Rockies and California painted by C P Adams are presented in this exhibition. A few paintings remain available for acquisition. 

Charles Partridge Adams moved to Denver from Massachusetts in 1876 at the age of 18. A year later he began working at the Chain and Hardy bookstore, where he received encouragement for his artistic interests from Helen Henderson Chain, who had been a pupil of the noted artist, George Inness. A three-month camping trip in the Rockies with another young artist in 1881 resulted in numerous sketches and paintings. In 1885 he traveled to the east coast, and visited the studios of George Inness and Worthington Whittredge, and the following year he visited the California studios of William Keith and Thomas Hill. Though not isolated from other artists, Adams was largely self-taught, experimenting with different styles and techniques, continuing to use those that best served his vision and his subject matter.

Visit Saks Galleries in Cherry Creek and enjoy the works of Charles Partridge Adams. 

C P Adams "Mt. Gilpin" 9 x 12 oil on canvas

While in the gallery, explore the annual
 exhibition now through December 31, 2012.  The juried exhibition has 165 contemporary miniature paintings and sculptures available for Holiday gifting.

3019 East 2nd Avenue
Denver, Colorado 80206