Clyfford Still Museum
Witness the bright bursts of colors, supplemented with a variety of informational placards that keep things concise yet interesting. This Colorado museum also gives you great insight into the way that an art style can slowly but surely evolve and change over time. The Clyfford Still Museum allows visitors the unique experience to understand the legacy of Clyfford Still. He had a unique artistic vision and was unwilling to compromise it for money or recognition. As he evolved as an artist, Still’s works transitioned from outdoor scenes, people, and machinery to more abstract shapes, colors, and lines to express an idea or feeling. He painted on huge canvases to invite viewers to experience and be absorbed by them. Still did not name his works because he wanted people to make their own interpretations. Unlike many more crowded museums, this one is intimate and feels very much like a unique, personal experience that you can enjoy without the masses. It’s undoubtedly one of the best things to do in Denver!
During your visit, learn about the legacy of an artist who invented a new way to paint and who continues to inspire artists today. The Museum welcomes personal manual or motorized wheelchairs, walkers, or scooters and offers manual wheelchairs free of charge on a first-come, first-served basis. Accessible restrooms are located on the main floor. The Museum also offers bench seating on each floor and chairs or stools on request. Large print exhibition text is available at the Visitor Services desk. Aides who accompany visitors with disabilities receive free admission, but tickets must be reserved in advance. Service animals are permitted to accompany disabled visitors in all public areas of the Museum. Learn more about accessibility in the Museum. Clyfford Still (1904–1980) had a unique artistic vision and was unwilling to compromise it for money or recognition. Still thought the best way to experience his art was by seeing it all in one place.