Photos: Two solo shows walk the line between recognizable and abstract imagery

In this week's review, Michael Paglia visits the Kirkland Museum and the William Havu Gallery, both of which are offering solo shows in which the artists handle abstract subject matter. The exhibits deal with the distinction between recognizable imagery and abstract imagery. Continue reading for photos from both shows.

See also: - Countdown to Denver Arts Week: Ravi Zupa at Black Book Gallery - Photos: Stovall Costilow Collective blends a tattoo studio with an art gallery - Picture Vincent van Gogh as you've never seen him before at the Denver Art Museum

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