On Monday, March 2, a new installation by artists Cara Enteles and Angela Beloian, titled “Reflection Nature,” opens in the Boulder JCC Messinger Gallery.
The entire community is invited to the exhibit opening and reception on Monday, March 2 at 5:30 pm. Along with having a first look at the new artwork, there will be a conversation with the artists at 6:30 pm and opportunity for questions.
Reflective Nature: Art Exhibit Opening with Cara Enteles and Angela Beloian
Monday, March 2
5:30 pm reception | 6:30 pm conversation with the artists
Live music by Fully Diminished Mouse Ensemble from Boulder High School
Angela Beloian has exhibited her work in museums, galleries and art centers throughout the United States. Solo exhibits include Denver International Airport (2017, 2013), Denver Performing Arts Center (2010), Longmont Museum (2013), Riverside Art Museum (2011), Art League Houston (2009), Lawndale Art Center (2005), and Walker Fine Art (2014, 2012, 2011, 2009). Her work has appeared on the cover of Studio Visit Magazine (2014) and been reviewed in publications including Art Ltd (2014), Painted Sky: 106 Artists of the Rocky Mountain West (2015), and Westword where she was featured as a Colorado Creative (2019) and received a Best of Denver Award (2014). She is represented by Walker Fine Art in Denver.
Cara Enteles is best known for her nature, landscape paintings on Aluminum and Plexiglas panels. “My work is the result of my fascination and study of the natural world.” She has developed a unique technique that combines silkscreen printing and oil painting on these industrial substrates. The aluminum has a reflective ground that changes with the light, mimicking the natural world. The acrylic is built up in transparent layers painting on multiple sides to create great depth. Enteles is a 20 year resident of the Upper Delaware Valley which is the source of inspiration for her work. Underlying these seemingly beautiful paintings, Enteles infuses her thoughts on environmental issues. “In my mind the trees and plants of the paintings represent nature as a being. They exude power that man continually tries to manipulate. I aim to be an advocate for nature.” Enteles’s work is exhibited nationwide and in Europe. Cara Enteles is represented by the Walker Fine Art Gallery.