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An Edward Weston retrospective at the Longmont Museum brings the ordinary to life

4 years ago by Susan Froyd
Edward Weston holds an upper berth in the pantheon of modern American photography, and it's easy to see why. A solid Modernist who began working in the early twentieth century, Weston -- who was also a great technician in the darkroom -- breathed life into inanimate objects and places, turning...
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Way Out Weston

11 years ago by Susan Froyd
No one's done more for the green pepper than the great photographer Edward Weston, whose shapely black-and-white capsicums sport more curves than his nudes when placed side by side for scrutiny. Ditto for the shells and nearly everything else the man ever shot: Weston was a master of light, shadow...
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Points West and Weston

11 years ago by Michael Paglia
At the end of the nineteenth century and the beginning of the twentieth, artists were attracted to the West by its majestic scenery. Then, in the late twentieth and early 21st centuries, artists began to notice how people were wrecking those formerly perfect views. A typical approach for many of...
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Hal Gould, Legendary Figure in the Colorado Photography Scene, Dies at 95

1 year ago by Michael Paglia
Hal Gould, who was a force of nature when it came to photography, died June 25 at the age of 95. A photographer and photo dealer, Gould was also an advocate for photography’s place in the fine arts — a campaign he led long before the idea became fashionable or...
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Author Meg Howrey on incorporating history into fantasy with City of Lost Dreams

3 years ago by Cory Casciato
Some novels take a while to get going, and some give you an immortal dwarf, a time-traveling corpse and an alchemical mystery before the end of the first chapter, as City of Lost Dreams does. The follow-up to the best-selling City of Dark Magic finds protagonist Sarah Weston in an...
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Best Ceramics Solo

Metro State's Center for the Visual Arts hosted a show last month that highlighted some of the most influential pottery of the last century. The traveling exhibit, Picasso: 25 Years of Edition Ceramics From the Edward and Ann Weston Collection, included more than sixty pieces of Picasso's ceramics that were...
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Starz Denver Film Festival wrap-up: Fact beats fiction

3 years ago by Michael Roberts
While introducing a screening at the 36th Starz Denver Film Festival late last week, fest director Britta Erickson asked members of the audience how many people had seen 25 movies by then -- and a number of hands went up, with even more rising to confirm other ticket-holders had caught...
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Get the Edge on winter fun in Colorado!

3 years ago by Colin Bane
New ski terrain, massive capital improvement projects, and an eye toward training top athletes for the 2014 Sochi Winter Games will have every ski area in Colorado looking to the future this season, while important anniversaries like the 100th birthday of the Steamboat Springs Winter Sports Club serve as fun...
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Sketches

Apparition. The brand-new Gallery Severn, which is owned by art collector and retired executive Andy Dodd, aims to be what he has called a "launch pad" for emerging artists. This specialty in fresh faces instantly makes the place interesting. Also interesting is Dodd's decision to feature only one artist at...

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