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Fine Art in Split. Like “Insight”, a 1970 work by Jakov Budesa

Martin Mull once said: “I’ll be art in a moment!”

A solution here? Afoot in Denver at Robischon Gallery. By Jean Lowe, enamel on paper-mâché…

What we found at this year’s Chalk Art Festival in Larimer Square…

We found chalk on the street. And some weed. And, more chalk on the street…this by artist Martin Calamino. And, this by artist, muralist and tattoo designer Daniel Chavez. Huge crowds cooking in the sun. With crowds of dogs just cooking. Friendly locals and a few nuts. And, even more chalk on the street. This, […]

Site Santa Fe. This participatory artwork, by Tom Marioni, founder of San Francisco’s Museum of Conceptual Art, has been going down well for about 44 years now! Art on tap in New Mexico!

Some of the Best Art in Santa Fe Can’t Be Seen in Any of the Hundreds of Galleries!

The Bataan Memorial Office Building in Santa Fe, New Mexico’s Capital city, is home to the State Office for Veterans’ Affairs, the New Mexico Arts offices…and a fine art collection belonging to the people of New Mexico. Most of them have never seen it. And, very few Santa Fe visitors think to visit a state […]

Michael Charron at Artistica Art Gallery Through June

Paintings from the series “Polareyes” fill the space at one of Lower Downtown’s newer galleries, Artistica at 1720 Wazee. Gallery owner Marco Miani says, “Charron’s works are unique. They stand far out from the usual western landscapes and take a much closer view of the elements.” Artistica is open Tuesday through Saturday, from 10-6. And, […]