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Marius Lehene: Random Walk With Drift

Marius Lehene: Random Walk With Drift

October 18–February 3

Relational Fabric in Space / Steve Steele

Relational Fabric in Space / Steve Steele

Comprised of three mixed media installations, Steve Steele includes 333 objects, bulbs, platforms and wood panels.

Urban Chicken Coop Projects / University of Colorado, Boulder

Urban Chicken Coop Projects / University of Colorado, Boulder

For many years artists and architects have explored the multiple dimensions of urban and rural environments.

Pure Pleasure

Pure Pleasure

June 5-September 6, 2009
Opening Reception, Fri. June 5 from 6:30-8pm
Members preview from 5:30-6:30pm
After our five month closure due to building renovations, “Pure Pleasure” will highlight the rich and varied talents of a renowned group of artists well- known in the region. In diverse media, including photography, painting, ceramics, and installation, these artists explore the boundaries [...]

New Work / Kris Cox

New Work / Kris Cox

Colorado artist Kris Cox will exhibit a body of abstract paintings exploring the symbolic notions of time. Produced as a combination of calculated, objective measures Cox also investigates the potency of materials such as putty and asphalt. His paintings exhibit the perfect balance between his contemplative notions of forms and the meticulous, polished nature of [...]

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In and Out of Time / Selections from the CU Art Museum’s Video Collection

Background September 26-December 27, 2008 Exhibition curated by Lisa Tamiris Becker, Director, CU Art Museum The exhibition In and Out of Time: Selections from the CU Art Museum’s Video Collection will investigate the cultural, aesthetic, and social aspects of video art as an evolving and significant form of artistic production through selections from the [...]

The Look of Nowhere / Scott Johnson

The Look of Nowhere / Scott Johnson

Scott Johnson installation “The Look of Nowhere” investigates the way language can obscure what it tries to name, losing sight of what it means to convey. He states, “I believe words cast shadows and images are buckets, riddled with holes. This is to say there is a certain blindness inherent in the processes of naming [...]

Versus / Susan Lee-Chun

Versus / Susan Lee-Chun

Susan Lee-Chun was born in Seoul, Korea in 1976 and raised in Chicago, Illinois. She is a performance-based artist currently living in Miami, working in an interdisciplinary manner. BMoCA is featuring her “Versus” series, an integrated project including photographs, video, and installation, that investigates alter egos: Sue and Sioux. These characters represent two sides of [...]

Weather Report: Art and Climate Change

Weather Report: Art and Climate Change

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SEPTEMBER 14 – DECEMBER 21, 2007 — “Weather Report: Art and Climate Change” is an exhibition curated by internationally renowned critic, art historian, and writer Lucy R. Lippard. It is presented in collaboration with EcoArts.
This exhibit [...]

Mary Ehrin

Mary Ehrin

JUNE 1 – SEPTEMBER 1, 2007 — Ehrin found inspiration for her art in her early experience with the fashion industry. Her new large-scale paintings of the landscape, both natural and artificial, present sensual surfaces which invite an examination of our relationship to the physical environment. The tactile, feminine quality of the materials reflects Ehrin’s [...]

Revival / Terry Maker

Revival / Terry Maker

NOVEMBER 3, 2006 – JANUARY 27, 2007 – One of Colorado’s most innovative artists will exhibit a new body of work that is an attempt to wrestle with faith, the supernatural and its inevitable intersection with our daily lives. The aim of the work is to articulate the symbolism, power and mystery of the journey [...]

Symbiote Design / University of Colorado College of Architecture

Symbiote Design / University of Colorado College of Architecture

The museum is pleased to be exhibiting a select group of student work from the University of Colorado, Boulder, College of Architecture. Rick Sommerfeld, Senior Instructor for the CU Architecture Department has curated a sampling of the most innovative pieces produced in 2006. The aim of this exhibit is to explore furniture design in a [...]

Out of the Woods / Woodcut Prints from Shark's Ink

AUGUST 11 – OCTOBER 14, 2006 — This exhibition features a select group of exquisite woodcut prints by such notable artists as, Betty Woodman, Red Grooms, John Buck, Hiroki Morinoue, Roy De Forest, and others. All works were created at Shark’s Ink in Lyons, Colorado in collaboration with Master Printer, Bud Shark.
Shark’s Ink is a [...]

New Work / Tracy Krumm

New Work / Tracy Krumm

MAY 12 – JULY 29, 2006 — Tracy Krumm’s work is composed using the exploration of traditional trades of both men and women. Questioning gender-specific techniques of crochet and blacksmithing, Krumm integrates these processes using heavy industrial metal that supports net made of minute lace pattern. The lyrical balance of organic shapes, forms and layers [...]

Hold / Martha Russo

Hold / Martha Russo

JANUARY 13 – APRIL 15, 2006 — Sculptor, ceramicist Martha Russo pushes the boundaries of her medium. Molding paper-thin ceramic forms and putting them in awkward and unnatural positions, makes the viewer understand fragility in the purest sense. Russo’s installation “Nomos” that will be displayed at the museum is made from thousands of organically shaped [...]

Accomplices / Patricia Bramsen

JANUARY 13 – APRIL 15, 2006 — A veteran of the Boulder community art scene, Patricia Bramsen’s new works will astound viewers old and new with her dedication to perfecting her artistic hand and voice. Her narrative paintings portray women in vignettes originating from the artist’s own subconscious, giving viewers the power to create interpretations. [...]

Louche / Carson Fox

Louche / Carson Fox

SEPTEMBER 16 – DECEMBER 31, 2005 — American artist Carson Fox originates from the hometown of William Faulkner, Oxford, Mississippi and currently resides in Trenton, New Jersey. Fox’s work is produced from a heritage of American Southern gothic and folk art tradition, which relies heavily on the imprint that individual experience has on the artist. [...]

Have you seen this person? / Casey McGlynn

Have you seen this person? / Casey McGlynn

JUNE 24 – SEPTEMBER 3, 2005 — Originally from Canada and now residing in Brooklyn, McGlynn’s Have You Seen this Person is an autobiographical exploration of the personal in contemporary culture. McGlynn describes the process of creating these works as an unmasking, and the works themselves as having emerged from an extremely difficult time in [...]




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