Summer Fun at the Denver Art Museum

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The D.A.M. (Denver Art Museum)
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Sweeping away those not interested in art.
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Denver’s skyline from one of the many outdoor exhibits at the D.A.M.
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Lost in a sea of red.
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What do you think these foxes have to say?
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A temporary exhibit highlighting political cartoons.
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As this sketch portrays, words can really hurt.
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Reduce, Reuse, Recycle. Earth Day circa 1990.
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A powerful message regarding widespread hunger in Sudan.
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Doesn’t this guy belong in the room with all of the foxes?
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Remember when you or your kids used to “bedazzle” their electronics? This guy takes the cake.
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Remember those old erasers you threw away? They’re art.
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Holy toast! (Literally)
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One of the D.A.M’s greatest exhibits recognizes on Native American artists.
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Is this a photograph? Or a painting? You decide!
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It’s a Picasso. By default an amazing piece of art.
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The further you stood away from this Monet, the clearer the picture became.
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One of my favorite artists of all time: Roy Lichtenstein. Pop art genius.
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A modern recreation of a classical painting: the “joy” of fatherhood.
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What emotions lay hidden behind these masks?
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The day couldn’t have been complete without a walk to the Colorado State Capital. This view came less than 2 blocks from the D.A.M.
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