WOMEN OF VISION
2020 ARTIST LINEUP
WE WERE WILD
Meredith Feniak and Risa Friedman came together to explore a mutual fascination with ongoing changes to the built environment, including architecture’s interaction and parallels with nature.
They experiment with a range of mediums and inject many of these into their wheat-pasted installations - photography prints, textiles, stencils, and paint.
is a local artist, educator, and community organizer.
Like sentence structure, she pieces together applicable lines and shape into a composition. Often paired with words or images, these elements come together to generate dialogues of human experience and growth.
is a visual artist from Los Angeles currently living in Denver, CO.
Moya's interest in large format, accessible art has lead to her career painting murals.
Moya makes art for an audience that does not actively seek out art in its conventional spaces; something that anyone walking along could feel a connection with, or ownership, of.
Annie Herzig is a life-long creative who loves to explore a line between simple life curiosities and a deeper dive into shared human emotional experience and grief.
Working as an independent illustrator and designer, she creates in many spaces including book and magazine illustration, surface design, murals, and live event illustration & note taking.
Anna Charney creates sensory and retinal experiences for viewewrs in all her paintings through graphic patterning and dense detail.
An OG COLORCON creator, she is returning to create with Megan Walker for 2020.
aka A.L. Grime, is a Denver-based creative who delves into the realms of masculine versus feminine, nature versus machinery and logic versus emotion.
Her work examines life in a technological era by juxtaposing the human experience with digital analysis.