#57: Dmitri Obergfell A Colorado native, Dmitri Obergfell graduated from the Rocky Mountain College of Art Design under the watch of Clark Richert in 2010. He's since embarked on a career of international scale, making art that turns classicism on its head, sometimes quite literally, as in the ca ... More >>
#64: Joseph Coniff Like many of Denver's notable emerging artists, Joey Coniff got off to a fast start after leaving the Rocky Mountain College of Art Design and the mentorship of Clark Richert, climbing aboard with Rule Gallery right out of the chute. It's not hard to see why: His utilitarian an ... More >>
#70: Thomas Scharfenberg As an artist, Thomas Scharfenberg isn't so interested in getting ahead. Instead, he prefers to brighten the underground with patterned murals and painted rocks placed in unexpected settings. He borrows a little from street art, the DIY movement and his one-time mentor at th ... More >>
From unconventional drawing workshops to lectures on what is real, Moxie U is redefining school. Founded by Rebecca Vaughan and Susan Stites, two former employees of the Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design, the new organization offers a variety of classes for people who want to learn something ... More >>
#69: Bruce Price A painter who started out as a musician, Bruce Price learned from his mentor, the pattern painter Clark Richert, at the Rocky Mountain School of Art Design, and eventually stretched and bent those lessons into something that suited him better. The resulting work, abstractions exp ... More >>
The Ultimate Painting, a collaborative work between Clark Richert, Richard Kallweit, JoAnn Bernofsky, Gene Bernofsky and Charles DiJulio.Though not part of an ambitious series of events like Pacific Standard Time, our own MCA Denver is participating in the same zeitgeist anyway, with West of ... More >>
Denver Does Denver sounds more salacious than it is -- though we're sure there's a sexualized metaphor in there somewhere that was intended. If you haven't heard about it, Denver Does Denver, slated to take place tomorrow night at the Meadowlark, is a rad little show put together by the fine peeps a ... More >>
Mary Mackey is finally closing up shop.
There’s more to see at the Museum of Contemporary Art/Denver than the building itself.
The MCA follows up its summer extravaganza with the perfect chaser.
Impressive solos at Havu and + start the season with a bang.
Who's in -- and out -- in my fantasy Decades.
Brief reviews of current shows.
There's change and neo-modernism at + Gallery, and new realism at Pirate.
Celebrate the season with festive, if decadent, offerings at Judish and Rule.
Painting gets a lift at Ron Judish Fine Arts, but sculpture gets kicked out in Colorado Springs.
Rule Modern and Contemporary Gallery
Colorado Abstraction: 1975-1999 Arvada Center for the Arts and Humanities
Twentieth Anniversary Celebration
Geometrical methods take shape at Guiry's and at Artyard.
A portrait of the state's artistic past is deftly captured with Colorado Abstraction.