The fluid and expressive medium of watercolor finds worthy expression in the hands of Kevin Weckbach, who will soon unveil a display of his recent work.
Kevin Weckbach presents a selection of landscape, figurative, and still life watercolors later this month at Denver’s Gallery 1261. This solo exhibition opens July 25 and continues through September 6. An opening reception will take place August 1, from 5-8 p.m.
Kevin Weckbach, “Untitled V,” oil, 40 x 40 in. Gallery 1261
Kevin Weckbach, “Indigo,” watercolor, 18 x 27 in. Gallery 1261
Mostly executed in watercolor and with some examples in oils, the works on display range from small sketches to large, complex compositions. The majority of artworks are priced below $10,000, with a large, six-panel piece priced the highest, at $17,500.
Kevin Weckbach, “Untitled 1,” oil, 48 x 72 in. Gallery 1261
In this body of work, Weckbach applies a curious eye and a light touch to his renderings of the natural world. The artist traverses forested landscapes, winter scenes, and cityscapes, as well as animals, figures, and still life objects.
Kevin Weckbach, “Loading,” oil, 20 1/2 x 28 in. Gallery 1261
Kevin Weckbach, “Apples,” watercolor, 11 x 12 in. Gallery 1261
Weckbach earned his arts education at the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design and the Art Students League of Denver, during which time he also studied with renowned Colorado painter Quang Ho. Weckbach’s art has been featured in multiple exhibitions in Colorado and graces the permanent collections of the University of Denver, the Children’s Hospital in Aurora, and the City of Greenwood Village.
To see more from the exhibition, visit Gallery 1261 online.