For this week's review, art critic Michael Paglia visits Sandra Phillips Gallery and the Denver Art Museum, where he took in solo shows from two of the state's best abstract artists, both of whom teach at the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. For his thoughts on both exhibits, check out, "These new solos from two of Colorado's best abstract artists will make you think," and continue reading for more photos from the two shows.
See also: - These new solos from two of Colorado's best abstract artists will make you think - Photos: The Month of Photography's marquee event blurs reality at RedLine - Photos: Dave Yust puts printmaking front and center at Loveland Museum/Gallery
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