Category Archives: art

waiting for Ray

My long time performance partner Ray Schelgunov moved away a few years ago (we were the Two Significant Guys), so I decided to make a little film about loneliness, temporality, and the ever changing urban landscape. The video was shot … Continue reading

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Allen True and the Denver Courts of Justice

— By Victoria Tupper Kirby As early as the 1920s, there were plans to have Denver muralist Allen Tupper True decorate the courts in the City and County Building in Denver. Five judges of the District Court signed an affidavit … Continue reading

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Fifty Two Originals: Denver Artists Guild Founders

— by Stephen Savageau Come see some intriguing, accessible, beautiful art. The Denver Public Library opened a new show, honoring the founders of the Denver Artist’s Guild; it runs through August 29. See it early. There’s so much there and … Continue reading

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In Praise of Rediscovered Founders

— by Renna Shesso Architecturally, the Western History Reading Room of the Denver Public Library is one of the most elegant locations in town, with its Michael Graves-designed wooden “derrick” holding the center space and the book shelves and seating … Continue reading

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More Hard Times

— by Bill Amundson “Love and Hope are wonderful things, but sometimes I have to side with the late George Carlin and his memorable motto: FUCK HOPE.” B50 note: These images are part of Bill Amundson’s ongoing “Hard Times” series; … Continue reading

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