Da Vinci: Machines & Robotics

Created by the acclaimed Artisans of Florence in collaboration with The Niccolai Group (Firenze), the exhibition consists of more than 60 exhibits, reconstructed from the manuscripts (Codices) and drawings of 15th century Renaissance artist Leonardo da Vinci. Exploring and connecting his students in nature, anatomy, mechanics, flight and robotics, the exhibition demonstrates the relevance in Leonardo’s work today.

The Patent Art of Jack William Smith: A Modern Day Renaissance Man

Jack William Smith perfected his art becoming recognized as one of the most prolific modern day patent artists in the country. He acquired his first art commission in his teen years painting an illustration on a sign. From then on he pursued the applied arts illustrating signs for many years. During midlife he studied law and was tuto red in the craft of classic patent illustrating, in the tradition of the Renaissance, where a student studies with a master.

Walking with Dinosaurs: Foot Prints in Time

Visit the three periods of the Mesozoic Era... Triassic, Jurassic and Cretaceous... and discover your favorite dinosaurs!

But which path will you choose…?

Explorers will have the option to choose one of three “tracks” to follow as they head out on their excursion into the distant past.

Each “track” is geared at a different learning level with interactive activities that coincide with the abilities of the children within its range.

Mathias "Mo" Valdez: Things & Stuff

Mathias Valdez founded Lastleaf Printing in Pueblo in 2009. He says about his work, “I do not want to introduce this body of artwork as a personal reflection on what I believe or how I perceive the world. To try and render some insight or retrospect in an attempt to influence you to interpret my art as some grand philosophy or conclusion would be bogus - because the truth is that I do not have any of it figured out. 

From a Rememberance

Su Kaiden Cho was born and raised in Seoul, South Korea. Cho is a Korean contemporary artist and he now resides and works in Colorado. Cho’s oeuvre reconciles the identity challenges reflecting his life experiences caught in between South Korean customs and American mores.

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