It's not far off the mark to call artist Lauri Lynnxe Murphy a force of nature, as many of her recent works grow out of a symbiosis with the natural world. And that's what her new show, Nest/Shed, opening Friday at Mai Wyn Fine Art, is all about. Here's a sneak peek of some of the work, with text fr ... More >>
#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 >>
Since 2005, the CU Denver Iron Pour has been an "annual rite of spring," with professional and student artists crafting tile sculptures carved with molten iron. Not only does the Iron Pour result in pieces that viewers can take home with the, but it also gives them an amazing look at the creative pr ... More >>
It's easy to spend a summer wasting away inside, with the air-conditioning cranked high. But even though it's easy, that doesn't mean it's right. Denver is full of great events this weekend that are cheap and cool -- in spirit, if not in actual temperature. From films made in just 48 hours to trunk ... More >>
The "Windmill Project" creator has a show at Artyard Contemporary Sculpture.
The Western Cast Iron Art Conference takes over the town.
Brief reviews of current shows
RiNo celebrates its first birthday, and Susan Cooper shows work that is both -- and neither -- painting and sculpture.
Our River North artist friend, Grand Old RiNo Tracy Weil, reports that last weekend's RiNo Birthday Celebration and Open House was a great success, despite inhospitable temperatures. Gallery-goer Deborah Elam won the 100-bottle "Wall of Wine" raffle, and a ggod time was had by all. Weil even sent ... More >>
DAVA brings art to all five senses.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.