"Outside Views”- recent work by Peter Hansen

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213 W. 13th Ave
Denver, CO
Event Dates
Wednesday, Thursday, Friday, and Saturday from Friday, March 7, 2014 through Saturday, April 26, 2014
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Native American Trading Company
213 W. 13th Ave
Denver, CO
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"Outside Views”- recent work by Peter Hansen

Native American Trading Company

213 W. 13th Avenue Denver, Colorado 80204

March 7 to April 26, 2014

First Friday in the Golden Triangle Museum District

opening reception March 7 from 5 – 8 p.m.

DENVER –Peter Hansen was born and raised in Yosemite National Park, California next door to Ansel Adams the world renowned photographer. He was surrounded by natural beauty at an early age. Early art instruction began with his Grandmother who was an artist in southern California. Under her tutelage and in this magnificent landscape Peter trained his eye to “catch the light” which is evident in his work.

As a Captain in the U.S. Army Peter spent three years in Europe. Vacations provided the opportunity to visit the great galleries and museums of Europe and study the master’s techniques of capturing light. Peter spent six years in hotel management and twenty-three years in computer sales. He found returning to his love of painting landscapes a good cure for stress. Now retired and living with his wife Patricia and the other love of his life, dog Daisy, on top of Conifer Mountain in Colorado Peter is once again surrounded by natural beauty. We are all richer for Peter’s outside views!

Visit www.nativeamericantradingco.com to view Peter’s work.

“Outside Views”- recent work by Peter Hansen - March 7 to April 26 - First Friday opening reception March 7, 5 – 8 p.m. Native American Trading Company, 213 W. 13th Avenue, Denver, Colorado 80204. 303-534-0771

www.nativeamericantradingco.com - Hours are Wednesday - Friday, 10am - 5pm and Saturday 11am - 4pm. Sunday and Monday by appointment only.

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About Native American Trading Company - 213 W. 13th Avenue in the Golden Triangle Museum District

Having opened their doors in 1983, west of the Denver Art Museum, Jack Lima and Robin Riddel Lima have insured that the Native American Trading Company has become a leading source of antique and contemporary weavings, pottery, baskets, jewelry and regional art in the Rocky Mountain region. Treasures like mid-19th century Navajo and Pueblo weavings, vintage Edward S. Curtis photogravures and works by Emil Bisttram give this gallery the authority of a museum. The gallery also focuses on contemporary regional artists. For earnest collectors, the gallery offers a selection of established works. For the casual browser, the gallery imparts important lessons in the history and culture of the American West.