LAND & SEA ART Aspen artist Celia Gregory fuses her love of nature with community. When designing the Aspen Institute during the mid 1950s, Herbert Bayer honored the Bauhaus philosophy of merging design and the living world in one holistic creation. But it is Bayer’s earthen works, “Earth Mound” (or “Grass Mound”) and “Marble Garden,”…
“Colorado Art Ranch’s middle name is art,” executive director and nomadic Colorado wanderer Grant Pound proudly states. Yet he knows his five-year-old venture is confusing to some. “However, this may understate what we do. The arts are certainly involved, but we are promoting the arts as a catalyst for change. We want to see creative…
I’m more interested in what is unique to Colorado and not just some rehashing of the latest trends in contemporary art. Art happens everywhere in the state, not just on the Front Range.
In SW Colorado the town of Pagosa Springs comes together to replace a decaying downtown mural. The new mural designed by artist Jeffry Haas and Hayley Goodman was completed with the help of local high school students.
From Denver to Las Vegas, the Grammy’s to the Tobin Collection at the McNay Art Museum and updates on new grant programs for the state of Colorado and attendance results for the arts in the Mountain Region as well as a video of Embrace! at the Denver Art Museum. Leanne Goebel covers it all for adobeairstream.com.
Glenn Beck attacks Rockefeller Center’s public art as communist and fascist and once again gets all the facts wrong.
“If we would never have the process, we would never realize the object,” Christo has said.
Maybe all of the out of work performers in America could perform for those in unemployment lines, play music, make art. At least everyone would be happy for a moment! And who knows where that might lead…. Check this video out at adobeairstream.com
Read about the controversy surrounding Luis Jimenez’ seminal work at DIA here. Copyright Leanne Goebel. May not be used without permission.