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Another 100 Colorado Creatives: Quintin Gonzalez

7 years ago by Susan Froyd
#73: Quintin Gonzalez Texas-born with an MFA from Yale, Quintin Gonzalez makes visually fluid work, regardless of the medium, as he moves between painting, drawing, printmaking, video and new media. Within that repertoire, Gonzalez creates intuitively, drawing from pop-cultural imagery -- and something a little deeper. Recently, his work has...
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Art Attack: Fifteen Best Things for Denver Gallery Lovers to Do This Week

10 months ago by Susan Froyd
Discover new art at these Denver gallery openings and events.
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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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Review: Familiar Scenes Make for Fine Art at Michael Warren

3 years ago by Michael Paglia
Michael Warren Contemporary often shows artists associated with Colorado who do not live in Denver, and that's the case with two solos currently on display in the gallery.
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Supernova Director’s Picks: Ivar Zeile on the Best of the Best

2 years ago by Susan Froyd
The big, big-screen animation festival is back for a third year.
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Review: Art Made Elsewhere: New Works by Sherry Wiggins and Marietta Patricia Leis

4 years ago by Michael Paglia
Artist residencies inspired two back-to-back solos at Michael Warren Contemporary.
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Best Computer-Art Show

Computers have had a big effect on the visual arts, especially photography: Digital cameras and digital printing are now the standards. And though the pieces in Quintin Gonzalez: digital images resembled digital photos, they were actually drawings created with a variety of software applications. One of the most striking features...
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Best Computer-Art Show

Quintin Gonzalez

Computers have had a big effect on the visual arts, especially photography: Digital cameras and digital printing are now the standards. And though the pieces in Quintin Gonzalez: digital images resembled digital photos, they were actually drawings created with a variety of software applications. One of the most striking features...
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Connect the Blobs in Drips, Drops, Pours and Spins at Michael Warren Contemporary

6 years ago by Michael Paglia
Mike McClung, the director of Michael Warren Contemporary, curated Drips, Drops, Pours and Spins, a show featuring four abstract artists who all use the liquid and viscous quality of pigments to create non-objective compositions, the subjects of which are the pigments themselves. See also: Review: Discovering and Interpreting the West...
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Gallery Sketches: Three Shows in Denver and Boulder for the Weekend of October 17-19

6 years ago by Susan Froyd
This weekend, you can survey the art of mourning and found objects, revel in grand strokes of pure color or see what's gone under the radar in the local videography community. For more options, check out Westword's gallery listings; read on for sketches of a few of our favorites. See...

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