The Colorado Governor’s Art Show & Sale, one of the largest juried fine art shows to exclusively feature Colorado artists, has selected 60 artists for the 2021 show and sale May 22nd – June 27th at the Loveland Museum, 503 North Lincoln Avenue.

The show includes sculpture, mixed media, oil, pastel, watercolor and acrylic paintings from participating artists. Jody Ahrens, 2020 Best of Show winner returns, 11 new artists join the show this year, and several artists have returned after numerous years. Selected artists are:

Jody Ahrens, Grand Junction                             Kim Mackey, Pueblo

Mark Bailey, Windsor                                         Michael Magrin, Aurora*

Anna Rose Bain, Arvada                                    Jeremy Manyik, La Junta

Michael Baum, Manitou Springs                         Chuck Mardosz, Colorado Springs

James Biggers, Estes Park                                Parker McDonald, Longmont

Gregory Block, Wheat Ridge*                             Patrick McKee, Fort Collins

Carl Bork, Salida                                               Anita Mosher Solich, Castle Rock

Raj Chaudhuri, Denver *                                    Norbert Nagel, Lakewood

Robin Cole, Arvada*                                          Laura Nelson, Lafayette*

George Coll, Loveland                                       Desmond O’Hagan, Denver

Theresa Conklin, Bush*                                     Dave Richardson, Berthoud*

Melissa Cooper, Littleton                                   Rosetta, Loveland

Jane DeDecker, Loveland                                  Scott Ruthven, Fort Collins

Crystal Despain, Windsor*                                 Wayne Salge, Johnstown

Kim English, former Legacy Artist                       Kirsten Savage, Fort Collins

Clay Enoch, Colorado Springs                            Sandy Scott, former Legacy Artist

Sheri Farabaugh, Thornton                                Stephen Shachtman, Fort Collins

Ann Gargotto, Denver*                                      Tamara Simmons, Loveland

Daniel Glanz, Loveland                                      Kelly Singleton, Longmont

Nancy Haley, Golden                                         Daniel Sprick, Denver, Legacy Artist

Rene Hart, Loveland*                                        Sydney Springer, Estes Park

Denny Haskew, Loveland, Legacy Artist             Shandy Staab, Wellington

Jane Hunt, Boulder                                            Pati Stajcar, Golden

Carol Jenkins, Ward                                          Sabrina Styles, Longmont

Joan Judge, Colorado Springs                           Mark Thompson, Golden

Kay Juricek, Denver*                                         Jacquie Vaux, Fort Collins

Andrea Kemp, Golden                                       Douglas Wodark, Castle Rock

Alyson Kinkade, Loveland                                  Ellen Woodbury, Loveland

John Lintott, Grand Junction                              Rick Young, Castle Rock

Jeanne Mackenzie, LaPorte                               Jie Wei Zhou, Highlands Ranch

The 2021 show will feature four different works of art from each artist at the Loveland Museum. The majority of the artwork in this year’s show is one-of-a-kind and will be available for purchase throughout the run of the Governor’s Art Show & Sale. The Governor’s Art Show will manage “on line” art sales for your convenience beginning Saturday, May 22nd opening at noon through June 27th.  We invite you to experience this show in person at the Loveland Museum or online at

In addition to the chosen artists, the show will include two Legacy Artists who have participated in past years of the Colorado Governor’s Art Show & Sale and have been strong advocates for the arts. The chosen artists are Denny Haskew and Daniel Sprick. Invited past Legacy Artist recipients participating are Jane DeDecker, Kim English, Sandy Scott and Mark Thompson.

The Governor’s Art Show is presented by Loveland and Thompson Valley Rotary Clubs and endorsed by the Governor of Colorado. The Show is truly Art With Heart as net proceeds will benefit Rotary-sponsored charitable projects and causes. One-third of net proceeds will go to the Thompson Education Foundation’s Homeless Assistance Fund, and additional funds will go toward scholarships for local art students.

The goal of the Thompson Education Foundation’s Homeless Assistance Fund is to ensure education stability and success by providing support and assistance to students and families in homeless situations.

To find more information on Governor’s Arts Show events, and to purchase tickets, please visit, call 970-670-0335 or email