Lisa Spivak, director of the Phillip J. Steele Gallery (6875 East Evans Avenue, 303-753-6046), has long made an art form out of getting the most from the least. You see, until a month or so ago, the Steele was little more than a corner of the lobby in the design building of the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design. And we're not talking about a grand lobby space here, either, since the Steele had the same mundane character as the design building itself. But now the lobby has been substantially supplemented by nearly 2,000 square feet of additional space from a pair of former classrooms immediately adjacent to it. This will allow Spivak to present large solos such as the one planned for world-famous Denver sculptor Robert Mangold this fall, or to present two solos side by side, as she's... More >>>