Voyage Denver features an in-depth interview including biographical stories and insights into the artist’s most catalytic artistic moments.
New Worlds opens January 17th at William Havu Gallery (1040 Cherokee St, Denver CO), from 6-9pm. The exhibition will feature nine new works by the artist which will run through February 29th, 2020.
Two new Lui Ferreyra murals have been added to the luxury apartments at Alexan LoHi at Dickinson Plaza in Denver. The first of two, “Sum Ergo Sum”, can be seen by the entrance at 3215 Tejon St, Denver, CO. The second one, “Coincidentia Oppositorum 6”, can be accessed through the garage entrance within (via NINEdotARTS).
Lui Ferreyra will be exhibiting a new series of landscape paintings at William Havu Gallery. The opening reception is on Friday, September 29, 2017 from 6-9pm (1040 Cherokee St, Denver 80204). The show will run from September 29 through November 11th.
Lui Ferreyra reaches the 50,000 follower mark on Instagram in July 2017. Follow his account for daily artwork updates: @ferreyralui
James Lee-Tullis interviews Lui Ferreyra for American Express Essentials. The interview touches on biographical, technical and philosophical aspects of his work. Read the full interview here: Reviving Impressionism for a Digital Age.
Lui Ferreyra will be exhibiting his new body of work entitled Sum Ergo Sum at William Havu Gallery (1040 Cherokee St, 80204). The opening reception is Friday, June 24, from 6-9pm. Show runs from June 24 – August 20.
February’s edition of The Plus, a London-based online magazine, features Lui Ferreyra– including an interview and eighteen recent works. The online magazine focuses on “behind-the-scene insights into the creations, concepts and lives of artists and their creative processes”. Read the interview here.
Lui Ferreyra’s Idioma 7 has been selected to form part of the 2nd iteration of the critically acclaimed Art of the State– “a juried exhibition showcasing the quality, depth, and diversity of Colorado artists.” Opening reception: Thursday, January 21, 2016, 6-9pm at the Arvada Center for the Arts.
Jason Borbet’s latest Forbes column features Lui Ferreyra in his Denver studio: Price Ranges and Studio Images of 14 Contemporary Artists (Photo credit: Peter Lockley).
The Arvada Center for the Arts presents Lui Ferreyra: Means of Approach, April 10 through May 10. The opening reception is Friday April 10, from 6 to 9pm. The exhibition is in the Upper Gallery and will feature 15 works, including four live drawing sessions throughout the course of the exhibition. Please visit arvadacenter.org for more details. Additionally, an artist talk for Means of Approach will take place on Saturday, May 2nd at 11am (Free Admission).
Ferreyra’s portrait of acclaimed choir conductor Duain Wolfe is the third portrait commission by the Colorado Symphony, which is set to hang at Boetcher Concert Hall alongside his previous two portraits of Jeffrey Kahane and Marin Alsop. The portrait was unveiled October 18th at Boetcher Hall in front of a live audience in commemoration of Wolfe’s 30th year as conductor of the Colorado Symphony.
William Havu Gallery presents Lui Ferreyra’s most recent series, Superimposition, which explores the relationship between perception, language, and mathematics. The show will feature six paintings and six drawings and runs from August 1st through September 6. Opening reception: Friday August 1st, 6 – 9pm 1040 Cherokee St, 80204