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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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New Works by Lorey Hobbs

Colorado artist Lorey Hobbs has come into her own in the past few years. Her efforts in painting and works on paper, as seen last winter in New Works by Lorey Hobbs at the Carson/van Straaten Gallery, have a distinct look highlighted by remarkable color combinations ranging from moody and...
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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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Julia Fernandez-Pol at Carson van Straaten Gallery

12 years ago by Michael Paglia
When Sandy Carson, a fixture in Denver's contemporary art world, announced earlier this year that she had sold her namesake gallery, even insiders were shocked. Carson has been on the scene since the beginning of time, which in Denver means the 1970s. The buyers were Bill and Jan van Straaten,...
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Artbeat

20 years ago by Michael Paglia
Jeanie King's Fresh Art Gallery (208 South Broadway, 720-570-2255) is pretty crowded right now, filled to the max with The Colorists, a show featuring abstract paintings and sculptures by a quartet of Denver artists. The floors of the two small rooms that make up Fresh Art are littered with sculptures,...
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Artbeat

20 years ago by Michael Paglia
Last year, Denver artist and commercial art director Jeanie Nuanes King was looking for studio space when she found a run-down storefront on funky South Broadway. "At first I was just going to hang my own work," she says, "but I always wanted to run a gallery and get out...
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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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Smear Factor

16 years ago by Michael Paglia
I think it's easy to comprehend why artists have been so taken with the ethos of abstract expressionism. As the late philosopher king Andy Warhol once noted, it's easier to be sloppy than it is to be neat. Well, that explains abstract expressionism's appeal to painters, but not why it's...
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Alden Mason, Kimberlee Sullivan and Lorey Hobbs. The changing of the seasons from spring to summer is what inspired William Biety, director of the Sandy Carson Gallery, to put together three solos, each comprising nature-based abstractions. Alden Mason marks the debut of the Washington artist, who is represented in this...
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Alden Mason, Kimberlee Sullivan and Lorey Hobbs. The changing of the seasons from spring to summer is what inspired William Biety, director of the Sandy Carson Gallery, to put together three solos, each comprising nature-based abstractions. Alden Mason marks the debut of the Washington artist, who is represented in this...

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