The Fine Arts Center was featured on the front page of the Denver Post A&E section Sunday, complete with four articles and eight photos. About the FAC Permanent Collection, art critic Kyle MacMillan wrote, “The return of a little more than 200 permanent works to public view is among the most exciting aspects of the arts center’s newly opened addition … No comprehensive story of Colorado art, which for much of the 20th century was centered in Colorado Springs, can be told without including selections from the arts center’s extensive collection.”
“A major boost to those holdings came with the July announcement that 67 paintings from the extraordinary Colorado Springs collection of Katherine and the late Dusty Loo would be given to the institution. A selection of 27 pieces is on view.
“The Loos were highly discriminating in their purchases, managing to find a, if not the, definitive example of virtually every artist represented in their collection.”
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