Vincent Van Gogh was not the only artist in the world who kept to himself and didn’t release his art to the public much. Another was Clyfford Still, who is the subject of the museum next door to the Denver Art Museum.
Bond has been reduced for a woman accused of damaging a painting and urinating inside the Clyfford Still Museum. Carmen Tisch appeared before a judge Friday morning.
Investigators are trying to determine why a woman caused $10,000 worth of damage to a large expressionist painting at the Clyfford Still Museum by punching and scratching it, then removing her pants and sliding down the artwork.
The works of Clyfford Still are now on display at a museum dedicated to his work in Denver.
The Clyfford Still Museum opens Friday in Denver. It offers a unique perspective of the artist and his work.
Denver has any number of great museums, but the city has never seen anything like the soon-to-be open Clyfford Still Museum, according to CBS4 Critic at Large Greg Moody.