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Review: Moving Paint II Gives Ania Gola-Kumor Her Due

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
Ania Gola-Kumor is one of Colorado’s best abstract painters, but she is inexplicably also one of the most underappreciated. Her latest efforts are on view in Moving Paint II: Ania Gola-Kumor, a handsome and tight solo now at the Sandra Phillips Gallery.
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Free Association Links Artists Ania Gola-Kumor, Sandra Kaplan and Barbara Groh

5 years ago by Michael Paglia
Blurred Lines Sandra Phillips Gallery 420 West 12th Avenue Blurred Lines. The Sandra Phillips Gallery is a cozy space, making it a challenge to put on a group show, especially one made up of artists who work in large formats. But that's exactly what's on tap there now with Blurred...
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Best Gallery Show — Solo

Ania Gola-Kumor; Moving Paint

An old saying advises that if you fall off a horse, you get back on, but what if it's a ladder? Back in 2011, Colorado artist Ania Gola-Kumor fell off a ladder while painting — her kitchen ceiling, not one of her sumptuous abstract canvases — and was so seriously...
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Best Display of Abstraction's Feminine Side

Directions in Abstraction

Mark Brasuell was a member of Edge for more than two decades before defecting last year to rival co-op Spark.
Best Of Winner

Best Display of Abstraction's Feminine Side

Directions in Abstraction

Mark Brasuell was a member of Edge for more than two decades before defecting last year to rival co-op Spark.
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Art Attack: Twelve of the Best Things for Gallery Lovers to See and Do This Week in Denver

5 days ago by Susan Froyd
From the grand opening of Lumonics Gallery to a storefront popup dedicated to a sweet tooth, Denver's gallery and arts scene has something to offer art lovers of every taste this weekend.
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Artbeat

18 years ago by Michael Paglia
Lisa Spivak, director of the Phillip J. Steele Gallery (6875 East Evans Avenue, 303-753-6046), has long made an art form out of getting the most from the least. You see, until a month or so ago, the Steele was little more than a corner of the lobby in the design...
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Now Showing

6 years ago by Michael Paglia
Ania Gola-Kumor. One of Colorado's greatest abstract painters is the star of Ania Gola-Kumor: Moving Paint, at Sandra Phillips Gallery. These large oil paintings, along with small works on paper that were done in oil stick and oil bar, represent both a continuation of Gola-Kumor's longstanding interests and a new...
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Now Showing

6 years ago by Michael Paglia
Ania Gola-Kumor. One of Colorado's greatest abstract painters is the star of Ania Gola-Kumor: Moving Paint, at Sandra Phillips Gallery. These large oil paintings, along with small works on paper that were done in oil stick and oil bar, represent both a continuation of Gola-Kumor's longstanding interests and a new...
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Sally Perisho Puts Together a Great Show

12 years ago by Patricia Calhoun
A few years ago, Sally Perisho was in the driver’s seat at the Center for Visual Art, and in that role was one of the city’s chief movers-and-shakers when it came to art. But since she was forced out of her choice gig by a bureaucrat in Metro State’s administration...
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