For this week's review, art critic Michael Paglia visits Sandra Phillips Gallery and the Denver Art Museum, where he took in solo shows from two of the state's best abstract artists, both of whom teach at the Rocky Mountain College of Art Design. For his thoughts on both exhibits, check out, "Thes ... More >>
The Arvada Center galleries will greet the summer with a cheerful set of shows, Faces, Places & Spaces, which open in unison tonight with a reception from 6 to 9 p.m. and remain on view through August 26. Two artist nights, each with a panel discussion and meet-and-greet, are also scheduled on June ... More >>
The weekend is confirmed, and if you're still working right now, you're doing something wrong. Grab yourself a cocktail and get away from the desk this second -- you deserve it. If you're too responsible a worker to just get up and walk away, we still have you covered, even if all those check ... More >>
The symbiotic interplay between seemingly antithetical forces of nature -- trees and wildfires -- forms the underlying theme in artist Anna Kaye's fastidiously detailed drawings in charcoal, graphite and watercolor, which offer a near-photographic view of a forest in ruins coming back to life ... More >>
Even a bar code can rise to the level of art.
Rudi Cerri, the public-art administrator for the Denver Office of Cultural Affairs, has organized a series of art shows over the past year at the Temple Hoyne Buell Theatre in the Denver Performing Arts Complex. The latest is Heart Land, which features a dozen large-scale pastel drawings by Chandler ... More >>
A few years ago, Sally Perisho was in the driver’s seat at the Center for Visual Art, and in that role was one of the city’s chief movers-and-shakers when it came to art. But since she was forced out of her choice gig by a bureaucrat in Metro State’s administration (see the second item in thi ... More >>
Eek! Here's what you missed on First Friday, slackers.