Icy objects are familiar sights in Vail, but a ten-foot-tall wall of ice used as a projection screen is definitely a first in this mountain town. The Logan Ice Theater will be unveiled tonight at the Sixth Annual Triumph Winterfest, coming alive with videos and images of the past fifty years of the ... More >>
When we think back to the ideal of the true "American Dream," images of freedom and the great frontier contribute to the Manifest Destiny that shaped our country. Artist, sculptor and Colorado native Francisco Sotomayor combined that revolutionary mindset with imagery from American culture to form h ... More >>
A little over four years ago, Frank Bingham's entire family was killed at the corner of 15th and Arapahoe streets downtown when he, his wife and two children were struck by a drunk driver while crossing the street. Only Bingham survived. At the time, Bingham was the director of the University ... More >>
"National Velvet" sculpture by John McEnroe, dressed for the holidays. The Christmas tree shape and Santa Claus color of John McEnroe's sculpture at the base of the Highland bridge almost demands that "National Velvet" be decorated for the holidays. Inspired by the sculpture's similarity to ... More >>
Special Agent Peter Miles Regenold Bergman of the Institute of Sociometry relayed this official memo concerning a recent experi-stunt involving those stacks of Qwest phone books that Dex routinely abandons in lobbies of offices and apartments across the city. This marks the first action the Institut ... More >>
Denver Art Museum
The Loveland City Council is thinking about relocating a nude sculpture to the bottom of Lake Loveland The slightly nuder-than-life-size bronze artwork known as "Triangle," created by sculptor Kirsten Kokkin, is currently located on East First Street at Sculptor Drive. Members of the nearby A ... More >>
Bev Rosen's passing is a loss to the local contemporary-art scene she helped spark.
A bid to move Herbert Bayer's sculpture to the DAM.
Bruce Gueswel is having an art attack.
Brief sketches of what's happening in the Denver art scene.
Denver's last dance for the '90s.
Untitled Sculpture by Larry Kirkland
Hot new sculpture at Judish and Cordell Taylor.
Chuck Parson's summer solo at Artyard is refreshing -- even if the city's fountains aren't.
Sculptures by Carley Warren command the room at Artyard.
Two photo shows are set to close at the Arvada Center, while BMoCA closes out its Harry Bertoia.
This solo shows celebrates the importance of Italian art -- and Colorado's most accomplished contemporary sculptor.
North American Sculpture Exhibition