Hiking in Colorado’s Roxborough State Park amongst the big, red rocks.
Mammoths and Mastodons: Titans of the Ice Age opened this past weekend at the Denver Museum of Nature and Science. I stopped in to check it out, the little boy inside me all excited from my days playing in my sandbox with my dinosaurs and other toys. I used to create a world for them, […]
I learned to love Georgia O’Keeffe at the Denver Art Museum. Before I get into that, though, let’s backtrack a few years. My introduction with O’Keeffe started while I was in college at the University of Minnesota. A few of her works are on display at the Weisman Art Museum, which is free to the […]
The newest exhibit at the Denver Art Museum, Becoming Van Gogh, ends January 20th.
Each year Denver’s City and County Building is lit up to celebrate the holidays.
My summer hiking plans were continually thwarted, largely due to sloth. I finally made it to Rocky Mountain National Park, though, at the end of a seemingly continuous season; the worst drought I can remember since moving to Colorado has kept the mountains largely clear of snow and open to hiking in December. But a […]
Snowy peaks tower over Colorado’s Great Sand Dunes National Park in the cooler months.
The Denver Art Museum is not only home to Becoming Van Gogh, but also If the Face Had Wheels – a special exhibition of ten years of artist Dana Schutz’s work. Who? I didn’t know her name either, not until the museum invited me to preview the exhibition of a ten-year survey of her work. […]