Amanda Wachob tattoos a volunteer during an exhibition of her work at the Museum of Contemporary Art Denver. (Marvin Anani, Special to The Colorado Sun)

Tattoo artist Amanda Wachob marks people — and canvases — for the long haul

Artist in residence at Museum of Contemporary Art Denver reasons her work on humans is less permanent than her large-format paintings influenced by Clyfford Still

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Nicolais: Have unions gotten their mojo back in Colorado?

Fueled by economic conditions and led by the Denver teachers’ strike, unions could be poised to reverse decades of decline with a King Soopers strike looming