Stephen Hannock

Stephen Hannock is a craftsman of the highest calibre, a scientist, an artist, a man with a network of A-list collectors and friends. His luminescent paintings are more like documentary films that capture his own personal story and intertwine it with stories and people of a specific place.

The Art of Selling Art on the Web

The primary buyers of art seem to be hotels, hospital and blue-chip billionaires hedging their funds in Warhols and Picasso’s. Collectors are not spending their discretionary income because their walls are already filled. Artwork Network doesn’t claim to be an art expert and they are not representing artists. For them, art is a product and they are a tool to help sell that product. Perhaps websites like Artwork Network can build their brand around a new kind of art buyer, one that doesn’t have to know the difference between acrylic and oil, whose willing to spend $500 for something because they like it and it matches the furniture, and for whom art is not a luxury but a necessity.

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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.

New Art & Culture Magazine Launches

Dear friends, For the past few months I have been working with Ellen Berkovitch on an exciting new media project. Adobe Airstream will be a state-of-the-art new media website providing unique content about art, culture and design in the West and Southwest. Independently, Ellen and I came up with very similar ideas and decided to…

MCA/Denver hits 50,000 visitor mark in first year.

Press Release received from the ever delightful Daniele Robson, communications manager for MCA/Denver. Denver, October 27, 2008 – Marking a hugely successful first year in the new building, MCADENVER welcomed its 50,000th visitor on Friday October 24. The Museum set thisunprecedented goal of first year attendance seeking to welcome 50,000 visitors from Denverand around the…

Damien Hirst at Museum of Contemporary Art Denver

Opening Friday, October 10! Above: Damien Hirst, Saint Sebastian, Exquisite Pain, 2007 (detail), glass, steel, bullock, arrows, crossbow bolts and formaldehyde solution, 126 3/4 x 61 1/4 x 61 1/4 inches. Courtesy of the Goss-Michael Foundation.Photo by Prudence Cuming Associates. © Damien Hirst. MCA DENVER presents Damien Hirst’s signature works, including Saint Sebastian, Exquisite Pain,…