Today the Clifford Still Museum was open for free, so I spent the afternoon wondering the museum. Still was a 20th century, Abstract Expressionist painter who used colors to capture the tone of post World War II. His wife, Patricia Still, selected Denver as the beneficiary of his art, holding 2, 400 of his works. The building is specifically designed to display the works, consisting of bare concrete walls that allow the art to speak for itself. Visit the website for more information here.
Beautiful Denver, it's finally Spring!
Still's yellow room
It's good to be home!