Byers-Evans House Gallery’s January / February show

Loretta Young-Gautier, Dust, 2012
The Byers-Evans House Gallery’s January / February show, Out West, features an exhibition of recent works by Denver area photographer Loretta Young-Gautier. 
This show will open with a reception on Friday, January 4, from 5 to 9 p.m. during the First Friday Art Walk in the Golden Triangle Museum District. 
The show will remain on view in the gallery through Saturday, February 23.
Loretta Young-Gautier meticulously crafts her photographs, spending weeks, and at times incorporating as many as ten different negatives to create a single work of art.  She integrates western elements into her artistic vision, producing eloquent black and white photographs that transport the viewer into a surreal, yet recognizable, world. 
Former Associate Director of Hal Gould's venerated Camera Obscura Gallery, Ms. Young-Gautier’s career also includes exhibitions in numerous national group and solo shows, including the prestigious Coors Western Art Show at the National Western Stock Show, and the San Diego Natural History Museum. 
Byers-Evans House Gallery
1310 Bannock Street 
Denver, Colorado 80204
Gallery admission is free.
Guided house tours available; admission charged.