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RMN: Eclectic exhibit benefits from center’s expansion

Rocky Mountain News art and architecture columnist Mary Voelz Chandler reviewed The Eclectic Eye: Pop and Illusion in today’s paper.

“In short, the addition that opened in August, designed by David Owen Tryba Architects, offers beautiful spaces to view art, whether the more traditional Western pieces in “Colorado Sublime,” or the numerous glass sculptures (and bright orange chandelier) the center acquired from artist Dale Chihuly, or the adventurous and provocative pieces from Weisman. It helps that the detailing is pristine, and the flow simple and direct.”

“In “Eclectic,” organized with a fair amount of wit by the late collector’s wife, Billie Milam Weisman, the overall effect is, fittingly, a little bit of everything.”