Sundays with Clyfford Still: One Painting At A Time (2)

Welcome to Sundays with Clyfford Still.  I’m your host, M.K. Hajdin.

The Clyfford Still Museum in Denver, Colorado will be hosting a series of talks by director Dean Sobel about each painting in their collection of over 800 works.   Read more about it at the Denver Post.

PH-343 by Clyfford Still

PH-343, by Clyfford Still, 1943. (Photo credit: Clyfford Still Museum)

Many of these paintings have never been seen before by the public – the museum itself only opened in November 2011.  This is an unprecedented opportunity to get to know these once-buried treasures of American art.

If you’re in Denver, don’t miss this.

Friday, March 2 at 2:30 pm at the Clyfford Still Museum.

Read more about upcoming programs from the Clyfford Still Museum.

I have emailed Dean Sobel to ask if there will be any video available of these talks, or at least transcripts.  He hasn’t gotten back to me yet, but I will let you know as soon as he responds.

Next week I will be investigating Clyfford’s origins in a tiny North Dakota town.  Stay tuned!

Comments?  Questions?  Let me know in the comment box below; you can also tweet them to me with the hashtag #clyffordlove.  Also, follow the Clyfford Still Museum on Twitter!

Technical issues

Sundays With Clyfford Still may be delayed today because of technical issues.

That means, my graphic card is overheating and it is making my computer crash.  Clyff is just too much artistic hotness for this old PC to take.

If I’m not around for a while, you may conclude that the computer crashed again and I was unable to resuscitate it.