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Photos: Dave Yust puts printmaking front and center at Loveland Museum/Gallery

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For this week's review, Westword art critic Michael Paglia visited Loveland Museum/Gallery, where he took in a retrospective show dedicated to local artist Dave Yust. Yust has been a large part of the Colorado art scene for years, and while he's known mainly for his paintings, the exhibit spotlighted his work with prints. Continue reading for more photos of Yust's prints.

See also: - When it comes to Dave Yust's presence on the scene, the proof is in the paintings - The photography of Chuck Close makes for an impressive show in Loveland - Take It to the Street


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