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Anna Kaye at Sandra Phillips Gallery

10 years ago by Michael Paglia
For a few days last month, Denver and the Front Range were shrouded in a smoky haze, courtesy of the forest fires in California. It was more than a little unsettling, lending the town a doomsday quality right out of a disaster movie. But fires are a natural part of...
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Fire and wood inspire a pairing at Sandra Phillips Gallery

6 years ago by Michael Paglia
With all of the fires and floods in the past six months, living in Colorado has had, if not a biblical quality, than at least the character of a National Geographic Channel special. Fire, as evoked by wood, is the anchor for an inspired pairing titled Truth and Consequences, now...
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Earth/Water at the Sandra Phillips Gallery

10 years ago by Michael Paglia
Despite its intimate — read "tiny" — space, the Sandra Phillips Gallery (744 Santa Fe Drive, 303-573-5969, www.thesandraphillipsgallery.com) has big ambitions. Owner Sandra Phillips has relentlessly filled the place with something worth seeing, often turning to established talents and zeroing in on those who only rarely exhibit their work. Such...
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Review: Frank Sampson Makes Magic at Sandra Phillips Gallery

10 months ago by Michael Paglia
At ninety, the Boulder artist still has it.
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Photos: Abstract solos at Sandra Phillips Gallery and the DAM showcase Colorado's best

6 years ago by Erin Dubinski
For this week's review, art critic Michael Paglia visits Sandra Phillips Gallery and the Denver Art Museum, where he took in solo shows from two of the state's best abstract artists, both of whom teach at the Rocky Mountain College of Art + Design. For his thoughts on both exhibits,...
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Review: These Four Artists Have Cracked the Code at the Sandra Phillips Gallery

5 years ago by Michael Paglia
Codes are the focus of four artists who are showing work at the Sandra Phillips Gallery right now in ID Series. The featured artist is Sue Simon, who is brand-new to Phillips but has been showing in Denver since the 1990s. During that time, she has continuously explored ways to...
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A strong show of Frank Sampson's work christens the new Sandra Phillips Gallery

7 years ago by Michael Paglia
In 2003, Sandra Phillips opened her namesake gallery in a funky former hair salon on Santa Fe Drive. One unfortunate aspect of the space was a spiral staircase that created a dangerous obstacle: I came dangerously close to banging my head against it many times. But despite such physical shortcomings,...
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This weekend's featured events: Nature prevails in a new show by Anna Kaye at the Sandra Phillips Gallery

10 years ago by Susan Froyd
The symbiotic interplay between seemingly antithetical forces of nature -- trees and wildfires -- forms the underlying theme in artist Anna Kaye's fastidiously detailed drawings in charcoal, graphite and watercolor, which offer a near-photographic view of a forest in ruins coming back to life. Both eerie and inspirational, the works...
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Four Artists Explore the World of Codes at Sandra Phillips

5 years ago by Michael Paglia
Michael Paglia has been writing about the art scene in Denver and Front Range for twenty years, following the latest shows, trends and news at museums and galleries. See his latest review, of ID Series, at the Sandra Phillips Gallery, on the Show and Tell blog...
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Review: Burned Landscapes (and More) at Sandra Phillips, Cityscapes at Leon

6 months ago by Michael Paglia
With the biennial Month of Photography well under way, it may seem like photo-based displays have taken over most of the city’s exhibition venues, including the intimate Sandra Phillips Gallery, which has a small group show, and the cozy Leon, which offers an engaging solo. Both are anchored by photos of...

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