Michael Paglia visits Z Art Department in this week's review, taking in a solo show featuring work by the late Al Wynne. Wynne was a large part of the mid-century modern art scene in Colorado, but a majority of his life's work was destroyed in a forest fire last summer. These are some of the only re ... More >>
More than 500 homes and all their contents were destroyed by fire in the Black Forest last month; now commercial photographers Jody and Zach Zorn of Zorn Photography have announced a program to help some victims of the blaze rebuild memories. See also: - The Black Forest fire destroyed the life's w ... More >>
Celebrate Independence Day this week by freeing yourself from any reliance on your wallet. Whether you want to catch a horror film featuring creepy children, watch fireworks or dance to soul tunes at a barbecue, you can do it all for free. For hundreds of other events this week, check out the online ... More >>
The Black Forest fire, which started June 11 northeast of Colorado Springs, has been deemed the costliest in state history. "Surely, the loss of every house represents a tragedy for the people who lived there," writes Westword art critic Michael Paglia in this week's Artbeat column. "But in one case ... More >>
The fall art season is fully under way, and in this week's review, Michael Paglia visits Rule Gallery, Edge Gallery and Space Gallery. Two of these galleries are offering solo shows by local abstract artists; the third is a group show also featuring abstracts by mostly local artists. All three are v ... More >>
Capsule reviews of current exhibits
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
The art world has had its ups and downs over the past year.
Painting gets a lift at Ron Judish Fine Arts, but sculpture gets kicked out in Colorado Springs.
Sculpture rules at Artyard and the Foothills Art Center.
Dale Chisman unveils his latest abstractions at Rule Gallery.
The Museum of Contemporary Art brings together five local masters of abstraction.
Vanguard Art in Colorado: 1940-1970 Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art
Colorado artists have a history of going out on a limb.