Citing Jackson Pollock, Willem de Kooning, and Mark Rothko as formative influences on her practice, she soon developed her revolutionary style of painting to create a prolific body of work. More
In the mid-to-late 1940s, Elaine de Kooning began her first abstract paintings and worked as an editorial associate at ARTnews. More
While working for the WPA, Krasner studied under Hans Hofmann, who ignited her interest in and exposure to the School of Paris art movement and the works of Picasso and Matisse. More
Nature was Mary Abbot’s greatest companion, inspiration, and passion throughout her entire life. More
CLOSING SOON: Learn about the 12 artists in this exhibition and see it before it closes. On view through September 25, 2016. More
Ethel Schwabacher's diverse influences in painting reflect her rich experience of life. More
Join Teaching Specialist Molly Medakovich for an in-depth exploration of Robert Colescott's School Days. More
CultureHaus presents an exclusive artist experience with acclaimed British artist, Stuart Semple.
On September 29th, meet us at the Denver Art Museum for cocktails, snacks, and an artist talk with Semple. This discussion will give attendees an in-depth look into the artist's creative process, influences, and global art experience.
Semple is creating a limited edition print available for purchase ($140) specifically by attendees; all proceeds will benefit the Denver Art Museum. More
See a video of the exhibition galleries and hear insights from curator Gwen Chanzit, artists, and art historians. More
Did you know Elaine de Kooning painted John Kennedy's portrait? Learn more about the artists in this exhibition. More
Meet inside the Women of Abstract Expressionism exhibition on level 4 of the Hamilton Building. More
Join us as we explore writing about place using the tools we know best: color, shape, and texture. More
This month, we’ll break away from reality and embark on journeys into strange and dreamy new lands, spending time with fantastical creatures, all in a quest to free our imaginations and create new fables of our own. More
Women were full participants in the early years of the abstract expressionist movement—not just followers, as some would tell it. More
See what the buzz is all about. More
Gwen Chanzit, curator of modern art and the Herbert Bayer Collection and Archive, will share curatorial insights and describe steps in realizing this multi-year exhibition project. She will share a few stories and let you in on what’s so important about this groundbreaking exhibition. More
Gwen Chanzit, curator of modern art and the Herbert Bayer Collection and Archive, will share curatorial insights and describe steps in realizing this multi-year exhibition project. She will share a few stories and let you in on what’s so important about this groundbreaking exhibition.
Lecture will be repeated on July 23. More
This month, we'll explore how color and shape—abstract expressions of emotion—can inform concrete expressions in written form. More
Conversations with Curators feature lively discussion with different curators on the first Friday of the month. More
A 45-minute public tour of the groundbreaking Women of Abstract Expressionism. Tours offered daily at 2 pm, June 12 through September 25. More