Denver Museum of Nature & Science Exhibit – Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs

The Denver Museum of Nature & Science is hosting a traveling exhibit on Egyptian history complete with miniature replicas of pyramids and temples. It’s much bigger than the permanent exhibit that they have on Egyptology. The first section covers the importance of the Nile River to the Egyptians during those times and how it contributedContinue reading “Denver Museum of Nature & Science Exhibit – Egypt: The Time of Pharaohs”

Denver Art Museum Exhibit: La Malinche

Over the weekend I visited the Denver Art Museum for a member preview of their newest exhibit; Traitor, Survivor, Icon: The Legacy of La Malinche. I had no idea what the exhibit was about, I assumed it was something religious because the portrait that was used for the advertisement seemed so. And I also thoughtContinue reading “Denver Art Museum Exhibit: La Malinche”

Zany, Crass fun with the Video Game The Procession to Calvary

As you may know from my bio, I am a YouTube gamer and I play along with my husband. It’s his channel and I help with the banter. Now you must be wondering what this has to do with the art blog. Recently I came across a game titled The Procession to Calvary by theContinue reading “Zany, Crass fun with the Video Game The Procession to Calvary”

Denver Art Museum Exhibit: Whistler to Cassatt: American Painters in France

This past weekend I paid a visit to the Denver Art Museum for its new exhibit on American Painters in France. Complete with an audio wand (usually you have to pay extra for that), one hears and sees the French influenced works; covering the period between 1855 and 1913. From room to room, you canContinue reading “Denver Art Museum Exhibit: Whistler to Cassatt: American Painters in France”

Meow Wolf Denver: A Dizzying Trip Through Memories

Not too long ago I wrote about my experience riding the Meow Wolf ride at Elitch Gardens in Denver and the evolving climate of immersive art. Immersive art has mutated into a way to draw people who didn’t even give art a glance a chance to see what art is about. About a month ago,Continue reading “Meow Wolf Denver: A Dizzying Trip Through Memories”

The Relevance of American Western Art

During my trip to Wyoming one of my stops were to the Buffalo Bill Center of the West located in Cody. It is a massive museum complex that encompasses five museums; one of which being the Whitney Western Art Museum. It was dedicated in 1959 to artist Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney. She was responsible for creatingContinue reading “The Relevance of American Western Art”

Manifest Destiny in Art Works

I recently visited a living history park 4 miles outside of Denver, a 12 acre land with the oldest house and a small farm. It served as a resting spot on the intersecting trails during the mid 1800s, when many were crossing from the East to the West. As I gazed at one of theContinue reading “Manifest Destiny in Art Works”

Porn and Artful Nudity

One of the most visited pornographic websites, PornHub, is facing charges from the Louvre in France and the Uffizi in Italy. Reason being that they recreated scenes from masterpieces using porn stars, on their site without permission. Some of the paintings that inspired their suggestive scenes, were Spring (also known as Primavera) by Botticelli andContinue reading “Porn and Artful Nudity”

Sound Art: The Next New Art Movement

At the Blanton Museum of Art in Austin, Texas; a new project is under way. Funded by art philanthropists Ernest and Sara Butler (a cool 5 millions was dropped) the art installation is set to open to the public in 2022. Being built by Norwegian based architecture firm, Snøhetta, a sound garden is what isContinue reading “Sound Art: The Next New Art Movement”

Mesopotamia and Persia: The Cradle of Civilization and Big Baby Steps

The Sumerians of Mesopotamia were responsible for many inventions, including writing, the wheel, the plow and the irrigation canals. They also influenced for the next 2,000 years after that the pictorial narrative. The pictorial narrative is scenes depicting a story. We saw a little bit of that with the decorated rooms of Catal Hoyuk. ThisContinue reading “Mesopotamia and Persia: The Cradle of Civilization and Big Baby Steps”