Ask any native Coloradan what she misses most when she leaves her home state, and you’re likely to hear (apart from the mountains) that she longs for Colorado’s clear skies. Denver native Laura Guese’s body of work is a veritable homage to that bluebird expanse we’re so fond of. Her sponge-like, topographic paintings will take over six stories of Denver’s Sugar Cube building for the next few months starting this Friday. Main gallery open daily from 7:30 a.m.-10 p.m. Floors two through five open by appointment.
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