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A gorgeous new Jeff Wenzel solo pairs paintings and ceramics

7 years ago by Michael Paglia
Jeff Wenzel is one of Colorado's great abstract artists, with a solid body of work done over the past few decades. Though his roots are in ceramics — he was a protégé of Peter Voulkos, whose abstract-expressionist approach to clay completely revolutionized that medium — Wenzel has only rarely exhibited...

Art Attack: Ten Ways to See Art Live or Otherwise This Week

5 months ago by Susan Froyd
Denver's artists are busy showing their work online and in the real world.

The Ten Biggest Denver Music Stories in 2019

11 months ago by Kyle Harris
From new venues to a rapper running for mayor, these are the biggest music stories of 2019.

Colorado Creatives: Mary Mackey

1 year ago by Susan Froyd
She's opening a new gallery, Urban Mud, on July 19.

Curator William Biety's Life Will Be Celebrated at RedLine

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
Over fifteen years, he made many contributions to the local art scene.

Review: Pots, Pastels and Paper at Spark Gallery

3 years ago by Michael Paglia
Two veterans of the local arts scene are joined by a newcomer in a trio of compatible solos at Spark Gallery.

Photos: Strong solo shows at Robischon Gallery and Ironton Studios

7 years ago by Westword Staff
Michael Paglia visits Robischon Gallery and Ironton Studios in this week's review, taking in two solo shows to start out the summer season. The exhibit at Ironton focuses on work from Stephen Batura. At Robischon there are four solos on view that match up beautifully with Batura's Ironton excursion as...

Review: Space's Unintended Consequences Is Eye-Dazzling

3 years ago by Michael Paglia
Abstraction links the four artists in Space Gallery's Unintended Consequences, and the results are eye-dazzling.

Best Painting Solo -- Young Master Division

Expectations were high for Jeff Wenzel: Painting, but even the highest of those were exceeded by this magnificent show held at Ron Judish Fine Arts in February. Educated as a ceramics artist, Wenzel works his paper surfaces as though they were made of pliable clay. He twists and tears, paints...

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