Denver Art Museum
Two of the three exhibits that make up the Passport to Paris exhibit at the Denver Art Museum are bold and colorful. The third, the Drawing Room, is an intimate look at artists’ work.
Critic at Large Greg Moody takes a look inside the “Nature As Muse” exhibit, part two of a three part exhibit featuring 300 years of French Art.
ritic at Large Greg Moody takes a look inside the “Court To Café” exhibit, part one of a three part exhibit featuring 300 years of French Art.
Forget fighting the crowds at the mall. Turn Black Friday into a real holiday and enjoy an extra day out with your family and friends.
“Court to Café: Three Centuries of French Masterworks” in the “Passport to Paris” exhibit at the Denver Art Museum takes visitors into three centuries of French art — high art, functional art, and “let’s just sit on it art.”
Usually one thinks of wine when conjuring images of Paris but in turn Colorado fashion, the Denver Art Museum is celebrating Paris with beer.
Three-hundred years of fine art takes center stage in Denver with “Passport to Paris” — a three-part exhibit that opens Sunday at the Denver Art Museum.
Whether you’re looking to impress a date or sway a business client, there’s nothing like a Rocky Mountain sunset to cap the end of a day and bring hope of an even better tomorrow.
The finishing touches are being put into place for the Passport to Paris exhibit at the Denver Art Museum. The new exhibit is actually three and opens Oct. 27.
Spend an entire day in Denver soaking up Western culture by visiting museums, shopping and ending the day with dining and some cool jazz.