The Arvada Center is hosting four strong exhibits right now, all part of the Unbound series. But I will focus on just one here: Unbound: Sculpture in the Field. (I'll discuss the others later this summer.) The show is highly visible -- you can even catch a glimpse from the car -- and it represents a ... More >>
If you spot the public art piece at the Louisiana-Pearl station and think, "This would make an amazing necklace" -- then Ira Sherman's work is done. Sherman says he wanted to create a piece made for movement with intricate mechanics, a piece not just interesting to look at but to play with, too. W ... More >>
"You know I'm watching you steal Me, don't you?"Thieves tend to swipe items that are easy to fence, like TVs and other electronic gadgets. So does that mean there's suddenly a market for giant bronze crosses? Doubt it -- and that's what has the Lakewood Police Department worried. On Tuesday, ... More >>
The "Windmill Project" creator has a show at Artyard Contemporary Sculpture.
Foothills Art Center presents a show with a potters spin.
William Havu Gallery is full of heavy metal.
A sculpture garden enriches Golden, but Bell Park may take its toll on Denver.
Great contemporary sculptures are on display at Havu.
Seven mid-century modernists are showcased at the Center for the Visual Arts.
Balance, Fresh Art Gallery
Doris Laughton dives into the art of water at Studio Aiello.
Jonathan Borofsky's "The Dancers" waltz into Denver.
Veterans of Clay
A promising new gallery opens on Santa Fe.
Art made of cold, hard steel highlights two hot summer shows.
Chuck Parson's summer solo at Artyard is refreshing -- even if the city's fountains aren't.
Painting gets a lift at Ron Judish Fine Arts, but sculpture gets kicked out in Colorado Springs.
Sculpture rules at Artyard and the Foothills Art Center.
The Museum of Outdoor Arts lends some needed beauty to nowheresville.
An outdoor museum sprouts a sculpture collection worth hanging on to.
Francisco Sotomayor wants to 'Wow' the art world.
An architectural tragedy continues south of Denver, while the Singer salutes Central and South American art.
A notable Santa Fe artist joins two locals at Havu, while a New York star makes his Denver debut.
The new Foothills show is a chip off the old block.