Art

Formal Wares

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Jones says her latest series marks a new beginning. "I feel as though I've begun the work of my life," she says. That may be too bold a claim, but bash, waste, and obfuscate is a pretty good start--and miles ahead of where Jones was just a year ago.

Elemental, through September 19 at the Emmanuel Gallery, on the Auraria campus, 556-8337.

bash, waste and obfuscate, through September 15 at Pirate, 3659 Navajo Street, 458-6058.

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Michael Paglia is an art historian and writer whose columns have appeared in Westword since 1995; his essays on the visual arts have also been published in national periodicals including Art News, Architecture, Art Ltd., Modernism, Art & Auction and Sculpture Magazine. He taught art history at the University of Colorado Denver.
Contact: Michael Paglia