Check out the March 2008 issue of Cowboys & Indians magazine on newstands now! Pages 114-121 feature “Horse Dreams” a series of photographs by artist Jenny Gummersall with an essay by Leanne Goebel. The photo series is from the recently published book Horse Dreams, available from Zeal Art Publishing for $36 (+$4 shipping & handling). … Read more
It may not be the most unique work we have in the region, but it does reflect life in the Four Corners – beautiful, pleasant, and a bit colorful and challenging.
“Red Lilly,” on the left, is an intaglio print by Ron Fundingsland from Bayfield. The print is made by carving the image into a copper plate and hand pressing hand-colored images. “Competition,” on the right, is a lithograph by Michael D. Barnes, head of the printmaking department at Northern Illinois University.Shy Rabbit consistently shows high … Read more
Top: Frankenthaler’s “Flood, 1967″ is synthetic polymer on canvas (124 by 140 inches). Middle: Mark Rothko’s oil “Number 18, 1951,” is 81 by 69 inches. Bottom: Helen Frankenthaler’s 1973 acrylic on canvas”Off White Square” (79 by 235 inches) is in the Denver Art Museum show “Color as Field: American Painting 1950-1975.” All photographs are courtesy … Read more
The exterior of the new Museum of Contemporary Art Denver, which opened in October, is made of glass. The museum is on Delgany Street, northwest of the central cultural district.In 2005, architect David Adjaye described his design for the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver as a “city in a jewel box.” His concept was to … Read more