Discovering and Interpreting the West The Arvada Center 6901 Wadsworth Boulevard It was the scenic Rocky Mountains that first attracted artists to Colorado 150 years ago, and paintings and photos of the landscape are the works that laid the foundation for the rapidly developing art scene we have he ... More >>
It's been two years since the once-private Anschutz Collection -- one of the world's most comprehensive collections of Western art -- first opened its doors to the public for limited guided tours in its home at the American Museum of Western Art. And it's been so successful -- perhaps too much so -- ... More >>
Regardless of where you stand on the high-stakes art-auction issue, the opportunity to see what kind of work exacts big bucks on the auction block is still an interesting prospect. And here's your chance: The one-and-only Christie's international auction house brings a three-day, pre-sale mini-museu ... More >>
From Fellini to fine arts, this first weekend of 2014 is full of inexpensive -- even free! -- entertainment in Denver. We have comic art, dance parties and more, with each event under $10. Did we miss something cool? Let us know in the comments section and check out the Westword calendar for more th ... More >>
This week's review of Appropriated: The Chronicled West at the Robischon Gallery by Michael Paglia examines the show which opened back on March 29 and runs through Saturday. Below are a few images from the show.
The CSFAC examines the Old West while its new director shakes up the place.
Changes are afoot at Ron Judish's gallery.
The Denver Art Museum salutes Western art by West Pointers.
Two impressive shows highlight a cornucopia of historic regional paintings.
Philip Anschutz's collection of blue-chip Western art is put through a torturous ride at the DAM.
Harmsen Western Art Collection, Denver Metro Chamber of Commerce
The Artists of the Broadmoor Academy show the big picture of Colorado art history.
The Turner Museum could be heading out of town.