Dine for a Cause with Dolan Geiman

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Dine for a Cause with Dolan Geiman

Please join us for a fundraising evening at Salt & Lime benefiting the Steamboat Art Museum featuring artist Dolan Geiman.

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Friday, June 9 · 6 - 9pm MDT


Salt & Lime 628 Lincoln Avenue Steamboat Springs, CO 80487

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Friday June 9th, 2023 join in on an evening of contemporary western creations by artist Dolan Geiman and a twist on Mexican cuisine by Salt & Lime. Enjoy heavy appetizers and an open bar. First 50 people to register will be entered in for a drawing for one of Dolan's prints!

100 % of ticket proceeds and 20% of Dolan Geiman's print, canvas and original sales will benefit the Steamboat Art Museum.

Dolan Geiman is a nationally recognized mixed media artist known for intricate collage works using salvaged materials found through a lifetime of exploration. Born and raised in Virginia’s Shenandoah Valley, Geiman’s formative years were defined by outdoor adventures. The rambling spirit of Geiman’s childhood is still alive today in every one of the artist’s contemporary western creations. Though best known for his large-scale paper collages and metal wall sculptures, Geiman also creates paintings, screenprints and three-dimensional sculptures. Together, Dolan Geiman’s art showcases a wide range of media and subjects — all celebrating Mother Nature and the rugged American landscape.

Salt & Lime in downtown Steamboat Springs, CO is the Rex's Family of Restaurant's twist on classic Mexican. The restaurant focuses on street tacos, fresh flavors and crisp margaritas paired with a vibrant atmosphere. Original Dolan Geiman collages and sculptures have become signature Salt & Lime 'conversation starters' and take pride of place in the restaurant's decor.

In 2004, a group of Colorado artists and art supporters came together with the goal of starting an art museum in Steamboat Springs, Colorado with the mission to present fine art to the public reflecting the culture and heritage of Northwest Colorado. Around the same time, the First National Bank Building (Rehder Building) on 8th and Lincoln was bequeathed to the City of Steamboat Springs by the estate of Helen and Henry Rehder. With the stipulation that the building be used as a museum, the Steamboat Art Museum (SAM) incorporated in 2005 and opened its first exhibit in the historic Rehder Building in December of 2006.

The Steamboat Art Museum serves the communities of Steamboat (pop 12,000), greater Routt County (pop. 25,000), as well as visitors from all corners of the world. To date, SAM has presented over 45 exhibitions, and has had over 150,000 visitors and program participants through our doors. Annually, SAM presents two major exhibits featuring the work of top tier artists or artists groups, and each year, our annual Plein Air Event and Exhibit is featured in the autumn. In 2019, (pre-COVID) SAM had 16,000 visitors of all ages view our exhibits, attend workshops, special events, and participate in educational outreach, with about 50% coming from outside Routt County. SAM has gained national recognition for offering art experiences of the highest caliber for visitors, members, collaborative partnerships, artists, volunteers and staff alike.

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