Describing himself as a “squirrel burying acorns,” Bridgham has no idea how many Lego bombs are currently on view around Durango.
“Ascentiate” is a sculpture of 83 large metal birds dedicated to both the victims and the survivors.
The artist’s signature works include life-sized horses and large chickens, including a special one in Fruita to commemorate “Mike the Headless Chicken.”
Evergreen potter Tom Edwards has been selling the flatulent coffee mugs for years before they caught Elon Musk's eye.
Rivera has traveled the world, organizing hundreds of art exhibitions in regions experiencing conflict or human rights issues.
Tya Anthony keeps a trunk in her office that represents a personal archive of family history, lineage and her own life.
“Interphase” was created for the third annual WAVE, an art festival that runs Thursday through Sunday in downtown Breckenridge.
“We feel the art excites people, it disarms them and it sort of makes them ready for the conversation,” says David Ehrlich of the Denver Theatre District.
It’s more than the music that inspires Hetman. Images of Waits started popping up in the visual artist’s work around 2013 or 2014.