2 days ago | Art Review
There’s a handsome solo at Gildar Gallery titled Someone Called Me by My Name: New Work by William Stockman. It was put together by Simon Zalkind, who’s had a long relationship with Stockman; Zalkind also curated a show of the artist’s work for th...
7 days ago | Art Review
2015 Faculty Triennial. Dan Jacobs, director of the University of Denver’s Vicki Myhren Gallery and curator of the institution’s art collection, brings both vocations together for the 2015 Faculty Triennial. On one level, it’s a knockout exhibit, ...
9 days ago | Art Review
Space Gallery owner Michael Burnett believes that the impressive Pattern: Geometric / Organic, now on display at the gallery, is his best effort yet. I have to say, though, that I’ve been checking out exhibits at Space for years, and there have be...
16 days ago | Art Review
Though abstraction has made a big comeback in the early part of the 21st century, representational imagery is still a persistent interest for painters and sculptures. To prove it, there are a number of shows on view right now that delve into the i...
17 days ago | Art Review
Although he currently lives in New York, painter Paul Jacobsen is a Colorado native and still maintains a studio in Rico, near Telluride. The title of his solo, Outpost, on display at the David B. Smith Gallery, refers to frontiers – both the wild...
22 days ago | Art Review
Dennis Pippen, co-president of Edge, makes his Denver gallery debut there with the solo Magically Delicious, in the venue’s recently spiffed up space. The title, which is taken from the Lucky Charms cereal slogan, aptly conveys the idea that Pippe...