This weekend, visit with an artist-in-residence as he paints, check out what's new at the Denver Art Museum, begin a three-show odyssey with a top-notch Colorado sculptor or just have some fun with a local working collective. Keep reading for the details. See also: Taste of Iceland: Yarn Storming
Constant reinvention keeps our art scene vibrant, so it's fitting that emerging artists and others in their prime are all part of this weekend's mix of new exhibitions in Denver. Want to keep up with the times? Here are few ways to stay on top of local art. See also: Daniel Sprick's Fictions: Recen ... More >>
Editor's note: Artist Charlie Boots is part of the inaugural pair of PAIR residents at Denver's Powerhaüs Studio. As part of his residency, he and his fashion-designing counterpart will be reporting from the real world via Show and Tell, as they learn the ropes from studio mentors Mona Lucero, Laur ... More >>
"Still Life with Pear" by Daniel Sprick, $9,000What's a secondary art market? It's a sale of works that have been sold before and are back on the market. The advantage of buying these pre-owned works, from the collector's point of view, is the clear picture it gives for a work's resale value ... More >>
Figure 87a. University Hills: Surreal outdoor art show exhibits familiar objects in a foreign place. Artists in Denver are a dime a dozen, but art collectors are worth their weight in gold. The University Hills home pictured above proves how an art collector can turn an ordinary ranch-style h ... More >>
Specifically the MADDEN Art Museum, which sponsored the visual arts category for this year's MasterMind awards: What seduces you? The MADDEN Museum of Art wants to know. Is it the naked form? A box of velvety chocolates? Are you seduced by the decadence of a bed made of ostrich feathers and crysta ... More >>
Brief reviews of current shows
Colorado is looking good in this two-part landscape exhibit at Robischon and CVA.
Who's in -- and out -- in my fantasy Decades.
Decades of Influence is a home run at the Center for Visual Art.
D.C. Gallery is turning Japanese, we really think so.
Time to float your goat
Big changes are afoot at Foothills Art Center.
The Museum of Contemporary Art swings from Real to Surreal.