Masters of the Line – Heindel
Mar18

Masters of the Line – Heindel

Robert Heindel’s career was classic. Like many, his passion was to create. Known first as an illustrator, Heindel found himself developing advertising campaigns for many household and commercial items: cars comes to mind. Yet, in the midst of subsidizing his passion for the arts with commercial work, Robert wound up mesmerized by a stage performance. Dancers, ballet and otherwise, yielded an inspiration that was limitless. From...

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Still Collection not alone as new documentary portrays

As Denver readies for the Clyfford Still Museum an excellent film is set to hit theaters on On February 26, 2010. The must-see documentary getting a theatrical release courtesy of IFC Films is “The Art of the Steal.” The film tells the David and Goliath story of what happened to the thirty billion dollar private art collection amassed by Dr. Albert Barnes after his death. The film documents the struggle between those loyal to his will...

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Jean-Michel Basquiat is the “The Radiant Child”
Jan26

Jean-Michel Basquiat is the “The Radiant Child”

This is the second entry by our Sundance TwentyTen Fest writer, Joanna Rudolph. 2:08 PM MST – Park City, UT: Director Tamra Davis uses archival footage from youtube (a sign of the times) amongst other sources and interviews with artists such as painter turn director Julien Schnabel and Sonic Youth’s Thurston Moore to pay tribute to her friend Jean-Michel Basquiat in the documentary “Jean-Michel Basquiat: The Radiant Child.” Not...

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2 months of shows leave options for collectors in New York and beyond
Apr13

2 months of shows leave options for collectors in New York and beyond

When Denver’s GALLERY M launched it’s Charles Dwyer “A Call To Vera” show on March 7, nationwide gallery and collector shows were preparing for the “economic realities” in the US due to another economic bubble taking it’s toll. Would galleries and their painters find it difficult to sell with cuts in household perceived and actual wealth? Would sculpture be preferred because at least you could...

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