Remembering Robin Rule, Denver Gallery Owner
Robin Rule, the passionate and complicated Denver gallery owner, died of cancer on December 29, 2013, age 55. Her indomitable spirit animated the Denver art world from 1987 to 2013, and her legacy will forever be tied up with the issues of the contemporary art world today in which complex loyalties and the difficulty of…
Month of Photography Denver from adobeairstream.com
MoP – Month of Photography Denver is a celebration of fine art photography with hundreds of collaborative public events throughout the city, the suburbs and the region spanning from mid-March to mid-April 2013. Just a few of the exhibitions that are not to be missed: The Reality of Fiction at Redline curated by MoP organizer…
Lordy Rodriquez Gets Art Swapped from adobeairstream.com
Lordy Rodriquez is the living definition of an American. Born in the Philippines, raised in Texas and now living in California, the artist began his artistic exploration into the language of cartography as an undergraduate by reconstructing the States of America via maps. Albeit, maps that were condensed, reshaped and revised based upon his experience…
Dikeou Collection in Denver a Quirky Find from adobeairstream.com
Art Writer Leanne Goebel reflects on a recent trip, discovering the Dikeou Collection in downtown Denver. She wrote about it for adobeairstream.com.
Kris Lewis at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver
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…
Cole Sternberg, I was here for just a moment, at David B. Smith Gallery, Denver
Cole Sternberg explores the conflict between science and religion in his abstract multi-media art. This essay was written to accompany the “I was here for just a moment” exhibition at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver.
Christina Empedocles ‘As Evidenced…’ at David B. Smith Gallery
Christina Empedocles excavates her own life through drawings, currently on display at David B. Smith Gallery in Denver.
Ed Ranney New World Landscapes at DAM and Brendan Tang at Plus Gallery
Leanne Goebel writes about Edward Ranney at the Denver Art Museum and interviews Brendan Tang for adobeairstream.com.
Energy Effects and Objectophillia on adobeairstream.com
Is a Titan IV Stage II rocket engine a work of art? It was designed to fly to Saturn, but never made the journey. How about a B61 Thermonuclear Bomb? According to Adam Lerner and Paul Andersen, curators of Energy Effects: Art and Artifacts from the Landscape of Glorious Excess “nuclear weapons are designed to…
Nude Alterations by Marie M. Vlasic on adobeairstream.com
Vlasic does more than just capture the likeness of the individual and their essence. Part of her art, is in selecting interesting, unique and fascinating people. She prefers those who have life experience and unusual personalities. “Pretty people aren’t as interesting,” Vlasic said. Another important element of this work is that she has consciously selected…