Saying Goodbye to Big Blue at the Clyfford Still Museum

Ever since I moved to Denver, I’d wanted to go to the Clyfford Still Museum, yet never managed to go until recently. I made an effort because I heard that Big Blue was being put away. I didn’t know what or (maybe) who was Big Blue, with some digging into the Still Museum website IContinue reading “Saying Goodbye to Big Blue at the Clyfford Still Museum”

Kirkland Museum of Decorative Art Exhibit: Frank Lloyd Wright -Inside the Walls

As small as Kirkland is, it carries a large amount of character and class. It’s known for housing works by artist and educator Vance Kirkland, Colorado and other regional art, and international works. Set inside half of Kirkland’s original studio (there’s a fascinating clip showing how it was moved), and half of a modern building.Continue reading “Kirkland Museum of Decorative Art Exhibit: Frank Lloyd Wright -Inside the Walls”

Denver Art Museum: Georgia O’ Keeffe, Photographer Exhibit

Known mostly for her paintings of flowers, Georgia O’ Keeffe also took up the medium of photography in her later years. With no prior knowledge of taking pictures and two cameras in hand, she spent 30 years practicing with her good friend, Alfred Stieglitz. O’ Keeffe used the backdrop of her home in New MexicoContinue reading “Denver Art Museum: Georgia O’ Keeffe, Photographer Exhibit”

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”

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”