Travis Sheridan’s Imperfect Pixels exhibit consists of images that only become clear to the viewer when they stop and interact with it. It allows the person to pause and, even in a crowded space, have a personal moment with each piece. These are portraits of lost potential and you are asked to take time to really look at them. As we all venture out more and have opportunities to experience current events, art this interactive exhibit is a great way to kick off Summer. You can see a preview here.

Sheridan recently hosted a webinar discussing the intersection of art, corporate social responsibility, and social justice. He met with local corporate and civic leaders and explored the intersection of art, corporate social responsibility, and social justice.  The purpose of the webinar conversation was to get input from local leaders to better understand the local landscape and help identify organizations his work can support.

“The Imperfect Pixels exhibit contributes 25% of art sales to local organizations working to improve racial equity and social justice. For me, I think it’s important to have these conversations in a calm, meaningful way.”

Visit the exhibit June 18 – September 19, 2021  RISE Denver 730 Colorado Blvd, Suite 200, Denver, Colorado.