Photography by Kara Pearson Photography, courtesy of Confluence Denver.

Photography by Kara Pearson Photography, courtesy of Confluence Denver.

Bobbi Walker | Owner 


Art is inspiring because it gives us a glimpse into our own true essence.

It also reflects our collective humanity, encouraging us to feel deeply and think broadly.

Art heals by lifting our spirits and bringing us together in conversation about the ever-changing state of the world.

As patrons, we are the guardians of culture, we are called upon to instill the value, and thereby, ensuring the gift of art for future generations.



Interview with Black Tie Colorado


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 Libby Garon | Gallery Manager


Your role:  As Gallery Manager, I intend to build strong client relationships that are founded on trust. Through innovative marketing strategy, business development, artwork sales and general operation, I strive to share my passion for art in everything I do. 

Your story: As an art lover, I have been fortunate to have the arts as a constant in my life. Growing up as a ballet dancer in the Bay Area, CA, then studying studio art with a focus in printmaking at Mount Holyoke College in MA, to continuing to make my own work here in Denver, the arts are in my blood. I continue to make and sell my own work, and appreciate having both perspectives of the artist and arts professional. 

What inspires you: innovative collaborations, building personal relationships, evocative artwork

Three words that describe you: gregarious, charismatic, unique

Fun Hobbies: vintage clothing collector, house plant hoarder, cocktail and cuisine dabbler, travel enthusiast


 Abbey Arlt | Marketing Manager


Your role: As the Marketing Manager for the gallery, I represent the voice of the gallery through press releases, e-mail campaigns and social media efforts.

Your story: I graduated from the University of Nebraska at Lincoln in 2012, and moved to Colorado immediately.  I have been working with Walker since 2013. I love being on the Walker team because they allow me the freedom and encouragement to express my passion of working with artists and curating exhibitions.

What inspires you: Seamless exhibits, innovative artwork & fresh ideas.

Three words that describe you: Open-minded, creative & nomadic.

Fun Hobbies: I love to climb mountains, go camping, practice yoga, attend concerts & festivals, try out new recipes, and create my own jewelry.

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Eliza Ross | Events and Exhibitions Manager


Your role: As Events Manager, I am responsible for booking and managing events within the gallery, including weddings, parties, corporate events and meetings. As Exhibitions Manager, I work with our artists in planning, curating, and executing a rotating schedule of seven exhibits per year.

Your story: After moving to Denver from the East Coast in 2003, I graduated from the University of Denver in 2007 with a Bachelors in Art History, and within a few years received my Masters Certification in Art Administration and Program Development from DU as well. I have been programming and planning art events for over 8 years, and I love working with Walker Fine Art in both exhibits and the events!

What inspires you: Street art, nature, music and my friends.

Three words that describe you: Creative, adventurous, fun!

Fun Hobbies: Hiking and camping, snowboarding, attending concerts and festivals, travel, decoupage, playing the ukulele and spending time with my dog Sheba, and cat, Bear.


Megan Farlow | Sales/Gallery Assistant


Your role: As a Sales/Gallery Assistant I support the rest of the WFA staff in proposals, events, presentations, exhibitions, and installs. I assist with some marketing duties and have taken a more active role in managing inventory and keeping updated spreadsheets and webpages. I am also the creator and manager of the WFA Artsy page.

Your story: I graduated from the University of Iowa in 2016 with a Bachelors in Art History and Studio Art with a Certificate of Museum Studies. I moved to Denver in 2017 and am currently a second year graduate student in art history and museum studies at the University of Denver. I’ve held a variety of internships and roles at museums and smaller galleries, but my Walker Fine Art internship is the one that has paid off the most! I love being surrounded by art day to day and working with artists.

What inspires you: Trying new things, travel, and colorful artwork.

Three words that describe you: Goofy, spontaneous, and friendly

Fun Hobbies: Running, biking, hiking, petting random dogs, painting, reading, watching the Office over and over, doing all the Denver art things, attending concerts & festivals, traveling, and petting my roommates cat.