Bon Iver album cover artist displaying new work in LoDo art gallery - Reverb

Bon Iver album cover artist displaying new work in LoDo art gallery

"My lines push through the grid and evaporate on the over under," 2012. Acrylic, asthilbe, asparagus, found foam, geranium, goldenrod, moss, paper, pine cone, sage, sedum, sponge, string. Gregory Euclide.

“My lines push through the grid and evaporate on the over under,” 2012. Acrylic, asthilbe, asparagus, found foam, geranium, goldenrod, moss, paper, pine cone, sage, sedum, sponge, string. Gregory Euclide.

Artist Gregory Euclide may be known best for creating CD covers for indie band Bon Iver, but that’s just a footnote on a growing resume that includes recent exhibits at the Museum of Art and Design in New York and the New York-like MASS Moca in Western Massachusetts. His new show at David B. Smith Gallery — titled “Observing only the ease of my own slipping toward the unknown” — brings a welcome bit of international art world excitement to downtown Denver. It also provides a chance to experience his mystical landscapes, which have been rendered in flat paintings, reliefs and full-fledged installations. He’ll be at the opening, 7-9 p.m. Saturday at the gallery, 1543 Wazee St.

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Ray Mark Rinaldi is an Arts reporter at The Denver Post and a regular contributor to Reverb.