AUM Art & Framing

AUM Framing & Gallery at 2227 E. Colfax Ave. Denver CO 80206 is holding a rare End of Summer Clearance Sale, August 15 – September 30.

Favorite customer frames on the west wallCome in the shop for up to 50% off antique frames. All prints are up to 80% off regular prices. Any print priced below $100 is free if you have it framed by AUM. All framed art is being discounted 50% from its original price.


Selected top artists:

  • Roy Kerswill
  • Penney Bidwell
  • Will Dieterich

​and many others.

Hours: MON-THU 7:30am-5:30pm, FRI 9:00am-5:30pm, SAT/SUN Closed.
Beginning September 10th we’ll be open 9:00am-5:30pm.

Phone: 303-394-3362

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The June 28 primary results set the stage for an interesting couple of months for Denver voters.

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Also of high interest: Denver residents will have a woman District Attorney for the first time in January, either Democrat Beth McCann or Independent Helen Morgan.

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Being a curmudgeon is trickier and more challenging than you might think. Being a grump, grouch, complainer or Debbie Downer is a cake walk.

You see, to be a certifiable curmudgeon, one must actively bear the burden of being an idealist.

There is no responsibility that goes with being a whiner—they simply do their wha wha wha song and dance, annoying everyone within ear-shot. But the true curmudgeon hopes that somehow, some way, their opinion can make the world in which they live a bit better.

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