#97: Evan Mann Artist Evan Mann's sculptural work seems to grow naturally, in an all-white world of amorphous and organic shapes. Even his drawings appear to have begun in one corner and spread across a surface like snowmelt or multiplying cells, growing an idea. When he throws these shapes into a ... More >>
For Now Showing, the fall arts guide inserted in the September 27 issue of Westword, we asked dozens of luminaries on the local arts scene -- including winners of the Westword MasterMind awards -- to answer three questions: - Aside from your organization (or yourself), who is doing the most intere ... More >>
Every picture tells a story, Rod Stewart once said. And he might have been paraphrasing an ancient Chinese proverb, but that's not the point. The point is, every person who views a work of art will undoubtedly experience something different. And while that experience is linked to the power and meani ... More >>
In this week's issue of Westword, art critic Michael Paglia examines three shows, one of which is Not All Borthwicks Were Noblemen, which is being exhibited at the Ironton Studios & Gallery through October 22. Paglia writes: "Though there is an elaborate historical narrative that underlies the piec ... More >>
Walker Fine Art: Mark Penner Howell, "Lotus Soup," acrylic and ink on canvas. If you think Third Friday is an invention of the Art District on Santa Fe, think again. You can give them credit, perhaps, and Santa Fe will be aglow with happenings tonight. But that doesn't explain the profusion ... More >>
This could be you.It's the beginning of August, which also means it's the start of the end of summer. In just a few short months we'll all be hunkering inside complaining about how cold it is, completely forgetting that just a few months prior we were doing the same thing, complaining about h ... More >>
We never ran into Dr. Livingstone last Saturday in the urban jungle, but we did see a lot of art during the district-wide RiNo Art Safari open studio artwalk event, a generous come-on to the public by artists and gallerists into River North Art District. During the space of only a couple of h ... More >>
Ironton Studios and Gallery
This icy show is so cool it's hot.
The Colorado Fourteeners Initiative carves out a good time.
The Frequent Flyers are putting on Air.
D.C. Gallery is turning Japanese, we really think so.
At Petite Patoot, the deals come in small sizes.
CU delves into the Sublime.
Gifts for Yuletide reach high tide
Bras for the Cause raises money for breast cancer
Video installations come to weilworks
The Tango House helps spread dance fever
The Global Walker returns to Colorado
FIBArk Whitewater churns up thrills
Ben Popken thinks inside the box
Americana explores the currents in our culture
Skye brings upscale designs to Denver
Seeing Queerly unspools provocative fare
NASA astronomer makes sense of the cosmos
The Duke Ellington Orchestra comes to town
Mutts & Models struts its puppy love
Mezcal gets in the flow of Capitol Hill
Knit for the Homeless shows true glove
Brian Setzer and the gang ring those sleigh bells
Cohen Festival honors the literary tradition
Costume stores can make fantasies real
Boulder celebrates a soon-to-be-lost colony
Denver Zoo goes ape
Classy hot wheels and cool choppers