In this week's art column -- "The Faculty Triennial documents Colorado's art history as it races by
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" -- Michael Paglia writes of the Faculty Triennial at the University of Denver:
The current exhibition, the Faculty Triennial, is part of his continuing program to "document and to stimulate Colorado's art history," he writes. Since the art department there was founded by Vance Kirkland in the 1920s, the faculty has included many of the state's most worthwhile artists.
Below are some of the works on display through March 11 at DU's Victoria H. Myhren Gallery (2121 East Asbury Avenue). Photos continue on Page 2.