Mai Wynn Fine Art is showing new works in cast iron by Rian Kerne. Mai Wynn always has interesting and innovative presentations that are worth seeing. This show continues that trend.
Perry and I also stopped by the Sugar Cube, a luxury downtown apartment building ($5k to 10K a month, parking not included), to see the new works at Art at the Cube. Doug Kacena’s paintings were on display. My favorites were the abstract paintings done on photographs of Colorado iconic landscapes, such as the Maroon Bells.
The party was definitely at Redline’s opening. It was a who’s who of the local art community. Perry knew most of the heavy hitters in attendance.
Redline also has an exhibit of beautiful photographs of individuals experiencing disabilities. Some of the images are simply stunning. The images show people owning their disabilities and enjoying life. A woman with what looks like a deformed body is a ballet dancer while another man is skiing. The photographs really made me grateful for how truly blessed my life has been. The people in the photographs are blessed too. They may be differently abled but they are taking charge and enjoying life. This exhibit may bring tears to your eyes but it is a must see. I was so affected by this show I forgot to take pictures.