Pop art--defined by bold colors and the use of popular imagery--emerged in the 1960s, and James Gill was one of its biggest stars. After a three-decade hiatus, Gill is stopping in Denver to show off original works, which combine acrylic paints and distorted newspaper images to create vibrant and endearingly sporadic pieces. View portraits of Marilyn Monroe (Gill's preceded Andy Warhol's famed version), Liz Taylor, and John Lennon, as well as exciting new creations. Thu-Fri 5-8 p.m.; Sat noon-5 p.m.
Photo: Fascination St. Fine ArtDate: Oct 20, 2011 5:00 pm - Oct 22, 2011 5:00 pm
Cost: Free with suggested donation.
Venue: Fascination St. Fine Art
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