It isn't often that Michael Brohman's work could be described as somber ("outrageous" is more often what comes to mind), but that's the case with Horizons, now in the main space at Pirate. See also: A Lively Mix of Sculptures, Paintings and Photos Fill Spark Gallery
#98: Rian Kerrane Galway girl Rian Kerrane came to Colorado in 2002 to teach sculpture at the University of Colorado Denver, but her installations in mixed media and cast iron have an international reach, from the galleries of RedLine and Edge to others in her home country of Ireland. Perfectly com ... More >>
Where was the art in Artopia? That was the question one reader asked after looking at a slide show of Westword's entertainment extravaganza that filled five venues on Broadway with music, fashion, food, drinks...and yes, lots and lots of art. You couldn't miss it...if you were there.
Aaron ThackerayYonnas Abraham of BLKHRTS at Artopia 2012. Looking over the schedule for Artopia, it quickly becomes clear that it is impossible to see everything. Choices must be made and none of them are easy. To wait until the end of the set; or make sure that you catch the beginning of the next ... More >>
The "Windmill Project" creator has a show at Artyard Contemporary Sculpture.
From the week of 10/11/07
Pirate Contemporary Art
Capsule reviews of exhibits
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
There's something for everyone at Foothills, CVA and Rule.
Art made of cold, hard steel highlights two hot summer shows.
The new Ron Judish Fine Arts opens to high praise.
LoDo's Ron Judish Fine Arts moves on after the current show closes.
Ron Judish Fine Arts serves up some beefcake in Horse.
Ceramics struggle for respect in the art world.
Denver's kilns are hotter than ever.