4 days ago | Visual Arts
This is your last chance to see Drawing Never Dies at RedLine, which closes at 7 p.m. today, August 5. Keep reading for my capsule review of that show, as well as other exhibits you can still catch along the Front Range. — including Performance on...
5 days ago | Art Review
Denver artist Michael Brohman is juggling dualities in his solo at Pirate, In a World of Circles and Squares, which closes this Sunday. Not only does each piece express some kind of double meaning, but the show itself comprises two distinct bodies...
6 days ago | Art Review
Last call for a smart-looking solo, Baroque Selfies: Matthew Harris, at Leon Gallery. Harris is a Denver sculptor who earned an MFA at the University of Colorado Boulder in 2011, and is now head of 3D Fine Arts at the Rocky Mountain College of Art...
7 days ago | Art Review
Exhibits at Point Gallery run for just a month — opening in time for one First Friday on Santa Fe Drive and coming down before the next. So that means there's only a week left to catch the current offering, Metaphors & Mysteries, a handsome so...
12 days ago | Art Review
Among the unpleasant upheavals predicated by Denver’s current boom are the twin problems of soaring rents and the demolition of existing buildings to make room for new ones. Together they’re forcing artists out of their studios and galleries out o...
13 days ago | Art News
Landscape painter Joellyn Duesberry quickly became a fixture of the Colorado art scene after she first came west from New York in 1986. Now the artist, who lived in Greenwood Village, has died after a long struggle with cancer. Born in 1944 in Ric...