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Review: Three Solo Turns at Goodwin, K Contemporary

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
These shows remind us of the strength of an individual artist's vision.
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An illuminating new Collin Parson solo at Z Art Department

7 years ago by Michael Paglia
Collin Parson wears two hats in the local art world — three, if you count the fact that he is the son of prominent area sculptor Charles Parson. One is as the director of the visual-art program at the Arvada Center, where he has shown himself to be a gifted...
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The Kindest Cuts

8 years ago by Susan Froyd
Kirie, or the Japanese art of paper cutting, is an intricate study in traditional yet ultra-contemporary design in the disciplined hands of Hyakkimaru, whose exhibition, Hyakkimaru’s Kirie World, opens today at the Colorado Springs Fine Arts Center in conjunction with the upcoming Mountain Festival, a fiftieth-anniversary celebration of the Springs’...
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Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Monique Crine

6 years ago by Susan Froyd
#25: Monique Crine Born in Germany, schooled at San Francisco State University and Cornell, and now based in Denver, Monique Crine crosses through layers of media and techniques just to make a painting, first photographing her subjects before committing them in super-real, cinema-inspired detail to canvas. Interested in the study...
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100 Colorado Creatives: Kate Petley

8 years ago by Susan Froyd
#63: Kate Petley Kate Petley's lush and color-dominated resin panels contradict as they encapsulate gesture and motion in elegantly formal terms; she creates equally sophisticated sculptural and installation works that have garnered recognition across the West. An NEA Rockefeller Foundation grant winner, Petley is a full-time artist whose work can...
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The photography of Chuck Close makes for an impressive show in Loveland

9 years ago by Michael Paglia
In the past few years, the Loveland Museum and Gallery (503 Lincoln Avenue, Loveland, 1-970-962-2410, www.ci.loveland.co.us) has stepped up its game by presenting the work of famous artists, and this fall the beat goes on with Chuck Close: A Couple of Ways of Doing Something. The New York-based Close is...
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Remembering three who helped shape Denver's art world

7 years ago by Michael Paglia
Having written on the Denver art scene for many years, I've gained some perspective. The chief revelation I've had is that there's a relatively small number of individuals — perhaps a hundred or so — who substantially shape the scene through their outsized contributions. I bring this up because in...
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100 Colorado Creatives: Collin Parson

8 years ago by Susan Froyd
#60: Collin Parson Collin Parson grew up among artists, helping his father, the prominent Colorado sculptor Charles Parson, in the studio and experiencing the milieu as a firsthand observer and eventual participant. But as an adult, the younger Parson stands in nobody's shadow, working as a light-installation artist and the...
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I am a man

14 years ago by Michael Paglia
I am a man, the current offering at Ironton Studios and Gallery (3636 Chestnut Street, 303-297-8626), purports to be about men's art. For the past thirty years or so, shows about women's art have become pretty common, while shows about men's art have not. This exhibit doesn't really change that...

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