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Lorey Hobbs, Homare Ikeda and Lorelei Schott at Carson van Straaten

12 years ago by Michael Paglia
The Carson van Straaten Gallery (760 Santa Fe Drive, 303-573-8585, www.vanstraatengallery.com) is currently showcasing a paean to nature in the form of a strong solo, New Works by Lorey Hobbs, installed in the front spaces, and a handsome duet, Colorado Abstract: Homare Ikeda & Lorelei Schott, in the back. Hobbs,...
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Five Things for Art Lovers to Do and See This Weekend in Denver

2 years ago by Susan Froyd
Old-time week at a classic Denver co-op, an opportunity to reimagine life in the city, artists old and new – you’ll find all of this and a chance to be a kid again in galleries and public places in Denver this weekend.
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Review: Taking Inspiration From Nature at Michael Warren and Mai Wyn

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
Reviews of new shows at Michael Warren Contemporary and Mai Wyn Fine Art .
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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.
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Touch of Earth duet reflects on Colorado's wildfires and landscapes

9 years ago by Michael Paglia
Sometimes the exhibition calendar seems to have a mind of its own, which is periodically revealed when there is a critical mass of shows on the same or similar topics all being mounted around the same time. This season, there have been many shows featuring unconventional views of Colorado. Some...
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Artbeat

17 years ago by Michael Paglia
The Sandy Carson Gallery (760 Santa Fe Drive, 303-573-8585) is the flagship art venue of the Santa Fe arts district, which makes it one of the top spots in town. High-quality exhibitions are the reason why -- and the current offering, 3 Search and Converge in the Creative, is just...
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Art Beat

21 years ago by Michael Paglia
Last year, the Carol Keller Gallery opened in the main space of a converted Highland area garage at 1513 Boulder Street and leased a few rooms to the Colorado Photographic Arts Center, a 35-year old Denver institution. But last month, they switched places. To kick off the switch, Keller has...
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New perspectives from old favorites: Another Way to Go: 6 Artists, 12 Directions

9 years ago by Tiffany Fitzgerald
To become well-known, artists usually have to find a niche. Once they become popular for their body of work within that forte, other projects are often over-shadowed. Guest curator for Vertigo Art Space, Mike McClung, is interested in defining popular Denver artists outside of their most-known work. In his new...
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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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Now Showing

9 years ago by Michael Paglia
Chuck Close. In the last few years, the Loveland Museum and Gallery has stepped up its game by presenting the work of famous artists. And the beat goes on with Chuck Close: A Couple of Ways of Doing Something. Close first came to the fore in the 1970s with hyper-realist...

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