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William Havu originally opened his namesake gallery in Aspen in 1973. It moved to its current home in the Golden Triangle in 1998, and focuses on seven exhibitions a year. Artists displayed here...
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Three artists go green at William Havu Gallery

11 years ago by Michael Paglia
The so-called green movement posits the idea that humanity could and should limit its impact on the planet. Oh, sure, a lot of it is little more than marketing hype; tract-house developers, for example, who have focused on paving the countryside can claim to be earth-friendly simply because the houses...
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Review: William Havu Gallery Comes Full Circle With Emilio Lobato Show

8 months ago by Michael Paglia
William Havu had already been in the art business for 25 years when he opened his new gallery in the Golden Triangle.
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Photos: Nature heavily influences shows at Robischon and William Havu galleries

6 years ago by Westword Staff
Michael Paglia visits Robischon Gallery and William Havu Gallery in this week's review, "The Nature Lovers," taking in a group show, an exhibit featuring both Sam Scott & Jim Waid, as well as a show from Homare Ikeda. These three shows are all heavily inspired by nature and the art...
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Photos: Constructivism takes center stage at William Havu Gallery

5 years ago by Erin Dubinski
Michael Paglia visits William Havu Gallery in this week's review, taking in two different exhibits. The main show, Emilio Lobato: The Measure of a Man, includes more than sixty works, most of them new,. The smaller show features new work from Emmett Culligan. Continue reading for photos from both exhibits...
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Review: A Trio of Artists Creates Transmutations at William Havu Gallery

2 years ago by Michael Paglia
The current offering at William Havu Gallery, Transmutations, brings together three abstractionists — a sculptor, a painter, and an artist who uses smoke on paper to create drawings — for solo shows that masquerade as a group effort. Occupying the floor space are sculptures by well-known Denver artist Michael Clapper,...
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Photos: William Havu Gallery's Toy Stories II is not just for children

7 years ago by Westword Staff
In this week's review, Michael Paglia visits William Havu Gallery for the second installment of its Toy Stories exhibit -- the first half of which came around in the summer of 2011. The group show features paintings, ceramic works and sculptures that are all inspired by toys -- though not...
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Art Review: Western Art Goes Pop, at William Havu Gallery

4 years ago by Michael Paglia
It used to be that the term “Western art” described work that depicted the scenery and lifestyle associated with the western states — typically, mountains, animals, birds and the people who live here. But in recent years, the definition has been expanded to include modern and contemporary art with Western...
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Photos: Contemporary art on display at William Havu Gallery and MSU Center for Visual Art

5 years ago by Erin Dubinski
Michael Paglia visited the William Havu Gallery and the MSU Center for Visual Art for this week's review, taking in two shows focusing on contemporary art. The show at Havu, titled Modern Vistas, features work from Colorado artists Sushe Felix and her husband, Tracy Felix. It also features sculptures from...

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