Colorado Abstract: Paintings and Sculpture

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Colorado Abstract examines the establishment of abstraction in the art of Colorado during the late twentieth and early twenty-first centuries. For this groundbreaking study, Michael Paglia and Mary Voelz Chandler begin with the first generation of artists active in the 1930s and conclude with the modernists of the 1970s and 80s. Paglia focuses on the history of abstraction in Colorado, and Chandler's essays document the artistic development and vision of more than fifty contemporary artists who are creating abstract paintings and sculptures today.