Eric Dallimore

Eric Robert Dallimore currently lives and works in Denver, Colorado as a fine artist and as the Founder + Artistic Director of Leon Gallery. Under his leadership, Leon Gallery has enjoyed a period of unprecedented success, initiating pioneering partnerships with artists, collectors, and cultural institutions. Eric received his BFA in Photography from Louisiana State University in 2004 and studied Economics at the University of Wales, Swansea in 2000.

Life as a practicing artist has also been very rewarding, from solo exhibitions to public art sculptures, Eric continues to engage audiences with his driven works of art. Mr. Dallimore’s work has been shown in galleries and museums including Leon, McNichols Building, Cherry Creek Arts Festival, The Denver Art Museum, The Buell Theater, New Orleans Center for Creative Arts, The Contemporary Arts Center New Orleans, The New Orleans Museum of Art, and Back to the Picture San Francisco. His public art sculptures have been showcased across Colorado and Louisiana. In 2014, Eric was honored with the Mastermind Award for Visual Arts from Westword Magazine. Works of art created by Eric have been featured in publications such as Sculpture Magazine, 5280 Magazine, The Westword, Denver Post, The Times Picayune, The Advocate. Time Magazine has also featured an expose for his Burnt Negative Series.

As an arts educator at Think 360 Arts since 2009, Eric has worked with over 50 schools across Denver to bring photography, printmaking, ceramics, woodworking, installation, and foundry lessons to over 1,000 K-12 students. In Fall 2015, Eric became the adjunct professor of Professional Practices at RMCAD, a senior level course designed to teach aspiring graduates how to create a sustainable business from their art practice. Eric has also mentored teens at Leon Gallery through First Lady Mary Louise Lee’s Bringing Back the Arts Foundation, as well as mentoring interns from CU’s Experiential Learning Center and the Pioneer Career Network at the University of Denver.

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Eric Dallimore is available for full or part-time residencies.

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Explore: Photography, Visual Arts, Installations, Printmaking, Public Art, Sculpture


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  • Variety of Mediums

    Workshop or Residency for grades 3rd through 12th

    A custom workshops with your current curriculum in mind in one of the following mediums: sculpture, printmaking, earth art, ceramics (hand-building), nature, recycled materials, or socially engaged art.

  • Public Art Sculpture

    Residency for grades Pre-K through 12th

    Eric will work with your school to create a semi-permanent or permanent public art sculpture in a variety of mediums to create a legacy piece. Works of art can be indoors or outdoors. *** Should we add something like this: Please note: These programs will incur a higher cost to accomodate installation costs, substantial materials increase, as well as extra studio time needed for prep and may possibly require permits from the city.

  • Digital Photography

    Residency for grades 3rd through 12th

    In this course, students will learn the basics of Photoshop, as well as shooting techniques for landscape, portrait, and street photography. A brief history of photography lesson will introduce the course and a final critique to engage students in constructive criticism is optional.

  • Darkroom Photography

    Residency for grades Pre-K through 12th

    Students will learn the essential elements of black & white photography, working with film cameras to shoot landscapes, portraits, and street photography. Students will learn how to process film and make archival prints in the darkroom. A brief history of photography lesson will introduce the course and a final critique to engage students in constructive criticism is optional.