Art Writer Leanne Goebel considers Devon Dikeou’s ‘Mamas Don’t Let Your Babies Grow Up to Be Cowboys’ at ArtPace in San Antonio.
Art Writer Leanne Goebel reflects on a recent trip, discovering the Dikeou Collection in downtown Denver. She wrote about it for adobeairstream.com.
Art Writer Leanne Goebel reviews Dario Robleto’s ‘An Instinct Towards Life’ at MCA/Denver. The review was originally published on adobeairstream.com.
Denver Art Museum ends its first exhibition ever of electronic media, Blink! on May 1. The exhibition, curated by Jill Desmond, includes 55 works, 40 from the DAM collection.
Kris Lewis paints fiction. His portraits are of characters — mysterious, unreal figures often the amalgamation of multiple sources. They are strong, yet fragile; happy, sad, seductive, isolated. There is a story behind each portrait that only the artist knows, but the figures convey an emotion, spark the imagination, and tell a tale that manages to speak universally to each viewer.
James Surls described the incarnation of an art show that he and photographer Charles Dukes hatched during a Colorado blizzard, with the notion of featuring their wives, artists Charmaine Locke and Wang Nanfei.
Charles Dukes is an American photographer living in Beijing. It was he and James Surls who came up with the idea to have a collaborative exhibition and explore why being a woman artist comes with built in obstacles. Obstacles Segraves suggested we no longer have in America. Huh?