Posts Tagged ‘museum’

631 // December 09, 2009 Today is the last continuation of my posts on the Denver Art Museum’s Western Art. I just want to share some final favorites. This photograph was part of the Historic Western American Art section of DAM. Right now, we are looking at stereo photographs (double prints you see on the […]


630 // December 08, 2009 A continuation of yesterday’s post on my adoration for the American Western Art section at the Denver Art Museum. The pieces above are a series done by Tony Foster, watercolors that he painted while rafting down the Colorado river. What I really loved about these are not only the paintings […]


Inspired

08Dec09

629 // December 07, 2009 I mentioned yesterday that I was able to visit the Denver Art Museum. I didn’t tell you that the Western Art section was my absolute favorite. Now, there are two sections: Western American Art and Historic Western American Art. Right now I will focus on telling you of the first […]


Embrace

06Dec09

628 // December 06, 2009 Zhong Biao, Mirage, 2009, at the Denver Art Museum. (C) the artist. Saturday I went to the Denver Art Museum with my sister-in-law and her friend; we ended up spending five hours there! It is much, much larger than I thought it was and must go back sometime soon. This […]