For 150 years, artists from around the world have come to Colorado to record its majestic mountains in paintings, prints and photos. And while the Rockies are certainly the most dramatic element of our landscape, some artists have instead focused on other, less expected views of Colorado. This includes those who find their aesthetic calling in capturing the plains, which are overshadowed aesthetically — and physically — by the mountains. There are also artists who convey scenes of nature that have been ravaged by development, and some who portray views of cities and highways. This is the context for four solos on view right now, three at Robischon and... More >>>
"Ends of the Earth," by Chuck Forsman, oil on panel.