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.”
You see a way to get from point A to B. These artists see cars as symbols for identity and economy.
Boulder’s latest work in its experimental public art series comes from New York City artist Mary Mattingly.
Denver’s cultural agency paid more than $100,000 to bring the public exhibition by China's most famous and controversial contemporary artist to Colorado.
The Denver Botanic Garden’s exhibition spans the last two decades of Calder's career, before he died in 1976.
“Storm Warning” is an exhibition that explores artists’ perceptions of environmentalism and a changing climate.
After Martha Russo’s Olympic hopes, died she turned disappointment to inspiration and became a sculptor. Her first solo museum exhibition is at the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art. Then, it’s opening day for the Colorado Rockies who made a major change to Coors Field during the offseason. The result, according to one expert, will be fewer home runs at a field that’s notoriously produced many. Plus, a wine expert embraces whiskey.