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Latvian native Henri Grusin and his wife, Roseanne, started their first jewelry store in their modest Littleton home at the west end of Main Street in 1934 (next to the Melting Pot). It went well enough that in 1942, he moved the store to what is … more
Who knew there was a gold necklace shaped like the articulated bodies of a pair of crocodiles? It was created by Cartier for Mexican film star Maria Felix, meticulously crafted in gold with diamonds, emeralds and rubies. It sometimes was worn and, … more
Littleton artist Shelly de Chantal gives of her time and expertise to help fellow artisans across the world by publicizing the annual World Gift Market, held simultaneously at the First Unitarian Universalist Church and First Plymouth Congregational … more
“Rims to Ruins,” which opened with a reception on Nov. 5 at The Wildlife Experience, is the result of a paint-out for 31 invited Western artists last May at Mesa Verde National Park — a location where every ruin, wall, tree and vista looks … more
“The Playground” runs through Nov. 22 at Work|Space at the Laundry on Lawrence in Denver's Five Points neighborhood. It's a new work by five area women. The setting is an urban playground, Susan Lyles said — with two swings, a bench, a … more
“Mark Mothersbaugh: Myopia” opened on Oct. 31 at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver and is presented throughout the entire museum building through April 12, 2015. The exhibit, curated by MCA Director and “Chief Animator” Adam Lerner, … more
“At the outset of `Mute Earth,' I was curious about what I have taken to be the indifference of elemental matter — dirt, salt, water, wind, light …,” says the artist's statement for the Scott Johnson exhibit at Museum Outdoor Arts in … more
Denver Arts Week, Nov. 7-15, has expanded to more than 300 scheduled events this year, including Highlands Ranch and Golden. Many are free or at reduced admission. For a full list, visit Denverartsweek.com. We list a few highlights: ● Know Your … more
Readers who are flying in the next few months will want to make a brief detour at DIA to visit an exhibit of abstract work by artist and Colorado Community Media columnist Craig Marshall Smith. On a recent morning, a representative from Denver … more
We usually talk about lights going up on the first act of a play, but in “Lucky Me,” Sara arrives home from an emergency-room visit, with her foot in a surgical boot — and all the lights are burned out in her apartment. The roof leaks, the … more
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