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"The main motivation for the residency is the nature of Las Vegas itself, and the fascination it holds for generations of artists, writers and thinkers."
The tumbleweed, a symbol of vast, ephemeral Western life, becomes “Tumble Weave” in Douglas’ work.
A program that demonstrates the breadth of the late choreographer’s interests.
Through Windows, Through Curtains, Call on Us
Porcelain visions by Lladró and Burt Reynolds’ prop guns under one elegant roof.
Featuring work by Wendy Kveck, JK Russ and Erin Stellmon.
The open-studio artist residency space has provided a valuable exchange of ideas and creativity.
The five free-standing sculptures look like looms—bed frames wrapped in strips of fabric—but can just as easily be seen as windows.
This time with Tatsuo Miyajima’s 18-foot mirrored pagoda sculpture.
Helping collectors find local artists, a visit to Opportunity Village's art studio and more.
Zappos' CEO sends his Big Rig Jig sculpture to the English artist's Dismaland exhibition in exchange for a work to show at Life is Beautiful.
The messy situation at Brett Wesley Gallery.
Whimsy gives way to examining reflectivity.
Revealing the mystery and explaining details.