No More Moore
Mon, Jan. 31 the monumental sculptures of Henry Moore will start to be craned and crated and begin their long journey back to Moore's estate at Perry Green in the countryside of England. The sculptures start getting packed up on Monday, but they'll still be here. Today or tomorrow are the best days to visit - especially given the weather! Installing 20 sculptures (18 at York Street and two at Denver Botanic Gardens at Chatfield) took equal amounts...
5 Ways to Experience Henry Moore Indoors
As the chill in the air finally gives way to snow, you may be feeling too snugly to get outside and see Moore in the Gardens. Whether you're on a visit to see the Gardens in their winter glory or are reading this on your couch with a cup of tea in hand, here are 5 ways to stay warm and experience the majestic works of Henry Moore. 
Henry Moore's Inspiration from the Natural World
"Sculpture should always at first sight have some obscurities, and further meanings. People should want to go on looking and thinking; it should never tell all about itself immediately." - Henry Moore, 1968 The impressive and seamless interaction of Henry Moore's sculptures with the landscape of the Gardens gives the impression that Moore (1898-1986) had been working intently with form and landscape from the early days of his art career. However, it wasn't until he...
The Gardens Hosts a Multimedia Art Installation This Saturday at "Test Market" Fundraising Event
The Gardens brings the multimedia work of Digital Nature artists Ten and Tracer, Offthesky and Pillow Garden to the fundraising art party Test Market, hosted by Yes Please More this Saturday night, Nov. 20 at the Pavilions on 16th St. Mall. For one night, in one place, Test Market pushes collaboration to a new level with contributors including Ballet Nouveau, Denver Art Museum, Denver Botanic Gardens, Westword, Denver Handmade Alliance, MCA Denver, Foodie Call and...
Riva Sweetrocket | Extra Ordinary opens Nov. 20 at the Gardens
Can't get enough? Click on the melting popsicle above to visit Sweetrocket's website, or read a review of her work in issue 16 of www.denverersyntax.com.
Moore by Moonlight: Dance Performances inspired by the works of Henry Moore
For more on Denver Arts Week at the Gardens visit our website. This special collaboration with 3rd Law Dance/Theater is supported by contributions from the Millstone/Evans Group of Raymond James; Felicia Furman; Noel and Terry Hefty; and the Paradigm Nouveau Foundation.
'The Nature of Sculpture' with Dr. Anita Feldman of the Henry Moore Foundation
Dr. Anita Feldman, Head of Collections and Exhibits of the Henry Moore Foundation will be at the Gardens this coming Wednesday, October 27 from 6 - 7 p.m.
The story behind Osman Akan's public art
Water Gardens are Fabulous in Sept., Part III
The tropical waterlilies now sport bold purplish leaves; a reflection of autumn’s cooler and shorter days.
Botanical Illustration Retreat
Denver Botanic Gardens' Botanical Art and Illustration program is pleased to invite you to explore the Colorado Canyonlands November 8-12, 2010. A gathering of botanical artists in a beautiful outdoor setting is a recipe for a remarkable week. Bring your enthusiasm for botanical art and sample enticing lectures, classes, and excursions as you expand your understanding of plants and geography and hone your illustration skills. From beginner to seasoned artist, there is...

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