Soltesz Fine Art

Yoga at the Gallery! by Melissa Soltesz

For our second class in our summer yoga series, Yoga IN will be guiding our practice in the gallery, surrounded by our new art installation from Danielle Wyckoff! The class is donation based and the organization that inspires our practice changes for each meeting. Our upcoming class will be benefiting The Hilary Benevolent Fund. The fund was started by the mother of Yoga IN's Irene Laney, after her sister passed away from Leukemia. The fund was established to assist in covering the related expenses associated with seeking medical treatment. There are countless addition costs that insurance doesn't cover; the funds raised will go toward things like transportation, food, and lodging, in order to help lighten the load for family members. For more information click here.

Please join us and the ladies of Yoga IN Saturday, August 15th at 8:30 am. All levels are welcome - bring your friends! Yoga surrounded by an art installation, it's sure to be a first for everyone!

Yoga at the Gallery! by Melissa Soltesz

Soltesz Fine Art is teaming up with Yoga IN to offer a summer yoga series in the gallery. The classes are donation based and the organization that will inspire our practice will vary each class. Our first class with be benefiting Teisha's House. Teisha's House is a Portland based organization that helps lessen the financial burden of medical treatment by offering families a fully furnished home to live in while they recover and receive medical treatment in the Portland area. To learn more about Teisha's House click here.

Please join us and the ladies of Yoga IN Saturday, June 20th at 8:30 am for our first class. All levels are welcome - bring your friends! Can you think of a more inspiring way to start your Saturday?

Danielle Wyckoff Awarded Public Art Commission in Park City, Utah by Melissa Soltesz

Danielle Wyckoff was awarded a large scale public art commission for the Park City, Utah public library. Surroundings, the site-specific, permanent public art piece, will be installed at the end of June 2015. The piece consists of multiple screenprinted panels that incorporate stories of Park City, told by Park City residents.  The screenprinted stories create a mountain-scape that refers to how we collect information, internalize knowledge, and how this collection, as well as our community, composes our understandings of ourselves and our surroundings. The installation has a secondary element including metal discs which refer to the city's history as a silver mining town as well as the dynamic weather of the area.


Heather Patterson Denver International Airport Commission by Melissa Soltesz

Heather Patterson is currently working on a 10'x 23' painting commissioned by the City and County of Denver for the Denver International Airport's new Westin and Conference Center. The painting will be permanently installed in the conference center, at the entrance to the Ballroom, in the Fall of 2015.