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Small Man Art

You have your Banskys and the rag tag roves of kids who sneak onto barren stretches of railroad to put up pieces on stalled rail cars.  Here in Denver we have a bit of both the iconic and the subversive in stre...
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Music Monday: Feminism Rocks

This April, Denver's Museum of Contemporary Art has honored the ladies in, Feminism & Co.- a program designed to investigate the relationship art, music and politics play in gender roles and contemporary cu...
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Art Break: David Coccagna

David Coccagna is a local visual artist, skateboarder and noise musician. I recently caught up with David to talk about his work and his upcoming show "Rap Music" at Theory and Practice Gallery (738 Santa Fe Boulevard) which opens on March 18.
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Dimensional Rip 5 Recap

Travis Egedy is probably more recognized for his musical project, Pictureplane, but his roots in the visual arts world run deep. A Rocky Mountain College of Art and Design (RMCAD) alum, he has studied the craft...
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Beauty and the Eye of the Beholder

I live for fashion, art and design. Every day of life should begin with a running start toward inspiration and beauty. And so I try my best to sprint toward my ideals each and every chance I get. My girlfriend,...
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Artist to Watch: Sterling Crispin

One of the most interesting young talents in the Denver art scene is Sterling Crispin. Originally from Maui, Crispin attended RMCAD and is now resident artist at RedLine. He works across multiple disciplines, m...
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Who is Max Kauffman?

Denver artist Max Kauffman, will be showing new art work at Pawn Works in Chicago on Friday. If I had to describe Max in two words it would be prolific and meticulous, he is constantly cranking out new works an...
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First Friday: August 2010

It's First Friday! Whole bunch of great art shows tonight, I recommend checking out "Refraction" at the Ice Cube Gallery, a solo show by nationally recognized artist Soo Sunny Park. Also, "Down with the Sicknes...
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Recommended Art-happenings

It's the weekend, summer is in full-swing and so is the art in Denver right now. There is so much to see right now that it can be pretty overwhelming, here are a few recommendations: 1. Moore in the Gardens: I...
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Brain Pickin’: John Fellows

I have always admired the work of John Fellows, his folk-esque, lino-cut illustrations with a street-art flair are masterful, meticulous and undeniably recognizable. Actually, the first piece of art that I ever...
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Jason Appleton Follow Up

I dropped by the studio at Illiterate on Wednesday, walked into the gallery and stumbled upon Jason Appleton finishing up a massive 14 x 11' painting and was in completely awe at the scale and quality of his wo...