Clyfford Still Museum Coupons and Deals
Considered one of the most important painters of the 20th century, Clyfford Still (1904-1980) was among the first generation of Abstract Expressionist artists in the years immediately following World War II. The Clyfford Still Museum in Denver gives you a comprehensive look at the legacy of this artist whose life has been shrouded in mystery -- and the bulk of whose work was hidden from public view for over 30 years. Explore the museum and also experience Still's creative process and artistic evolution in the special exhibit "Drawing/Painting/Process", on view now through February 9. The exhibition unites for the first time Still's works on paper with those on canvas examines the close relationship between his paintings and his drawings. Weave your way through the galleries as you uncover the artistic processes Still used throughout his career to arrive at his unique images and ideas.
The Fine Print
Museums may be visited on separate days, but you must redeem your voucher first at the Clyfford Still Museum. Bicycle rental can be used any day during the redemption period; instructions on how to redeem bicycle will be included in the gift bag you get upon redemption. Both museums are closed Mondays.
Spend a cultural day downtown with an all-day bike rental and passes to two top art museums: Clyfford Still and the Museum of Contemporary Art.
We don't recommend cutting off your ear, but we do think you'll go crazy for this offer: Pay $19, and get admission to a wine reception for the new exhibition "Vincent/Clyfford" at the Clyfford Still Museum. Choose a time slot (5 to 6 p.m., 6 to 7 p.m., or 7 to 8 p.m.) for the Friday, September 21 event, then stroll through the museum with wine in hand -- your ticket includes two glasses from local winery Infinite Monkey Theorem. On view, you'll see more than 100 artworks by American artist Clyfford Still, including 25 works featured in "Vincent/Clyfford." The exhibition explores the stunning similarities between Vincent van Gogh and Still -- two innovative artists separated by time. The show, running from September 14 to January 20, is a companion piece to the Denver Art Museum's landmark presentation "Becoming van Gogh," on display October 21 through January 20.