Past Exhibits

Real/Unreal: Botanical Studies by John Bonath

Real/Unreal: Botanical Studies by John Bonath

November 10, 2008 - February 1, 2009
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In his words, artist John Bonath is "confusing real and artificial nature." Which flowers are real and which ones are fake? Are you sure?  Learn more

Synthesis: Paintings by Robin Schaefer

Synthesis: Paintings by Robin Schaefer

July 15, 2008 - August 29, 2008
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Robin Schaefer is a Denver native who uses traditional oil painting techniques to execute work that is complex and alluring, exposing luminous and vivid details. Her organic objects are isolated on the canvas, evoking a profound sense of imperfection and vulnerability. Learn more

City Rhythms: New Paintings by Darrell Anderson

City Rhythms: New Paintings by Darrell Anderson

April 19, 2008 - June 29, 2008
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Denver artist Darrell Anderson captures the unstoppable, inventive spirit of music and the arts when complemented by the pulse of the city. Original paintings addressed the intersection of multi-disciplinary arts within the urban environment. Learn more

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Urban Nature

Urban Nature

April 19, 2008 - November 30, 2008
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The Gardens invited street-style artists to create surprising connections between built and natural environments with paintings from more than a dozen street-style artists, all of whom have contributed to the ever-evolving history of street-style art.  Learn more

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Chapungu: Custom & Legend, A Culture in Stone

Chapungu: Custom & Legend, A Culture in Stone

July 11, 2007 - February 29, 2008
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Featured were 60 stone sculptures from contemporary Zimbabwean artists. Chapungu honors ancestral stories from the collective reality of Shona culture: family, social commentary and the Spirit World. Learn more

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Living Bronze: Sculptures by Robert Wick

Living Bronze: Sculptures by Robert Wick

April 20, 2006 - October 31, 2006
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Twenty-six bronze sculptures by Robert Wick inhabited the Gardens. Living plants inserted into cavities within these organic works resulted in “living art” inspired by the plants and landscape of the American West. Learn more

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