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Please visit the studio and website often, as both spaces are continually edited and expanding. The current show features new paintings and prints by Janet Glovinsky, bronze and clay chess sets and new prints by Kozyndan.

Stop by any Friday night for a glass of wine and a game of chess.

Event Hosting:

We offer full service event packages to satisfy every aspect of planning your event while working within any budget.

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Conveniently located in Denver's popular Santa Fe Art's District, on 8th and Inca, Glovinsky's offers a uniquely beautiful and intimate venue. Glovinsky's large rotating collection of contemporary art serves as an ideal backdrop to enhance any occasion.

Juried Shows:

Glovinsky Gallery hosts several juried shows each year. The themes and details for each show will be announced on the Glovinsky Gallery Art Group Facebook page and other places.

Please follow the following links for details and payment information on how to enter the juried show:
  • The written word as art: The next juried show is in April 2014 and celebrates National Poetry Month. The art should have something to do with the written word and there will be many poetry and other events in the gallery that month during the show.
  • Paint like a girl: This is an Open Submission Call for Female Artists! We want to see art by contemporary female artists in honor of women, in print, paintings, sculpture, music, and performance art. This is an exhibit to celebrate women in art of all forms! The show runs June 6th to June 27th 2014, and will be held at the Glovinsky Gallery of Contemporary Art.


800 West 8th Ave. Suite 116 (Please use Inca Street Entrance)

Hours of Operation:

Every First & Third Friday: Reception 6–9 pm

Art District on Santa Fe

Glovinsky Gallery is located within the
8th Avenue Creative Studios (on Inca Street)
and is part of the Santa Fe Arts District