Over 20 artists travel to the mountain town and begin painting on Wednesday, June 28. Artists typically create between 10 and 20 pieces depicting various scenes in the area, including flowered meadows, mountain landscapes, and scenes around downtown.
The exhibition spans a range of styles and subject matter, from landscapes, wildlife art, still lifes, and figurative works to more contemporary expressions of western cultures, histories, people, and places.
This month contemporary western painter Maura Allen and Native American figurative sculptor Denny Haskew share timeless narratives of the American West in a heartfelt exhibition titled Geography of Hope.
The woven tapestries of metal, colored with leafing and paint, carry the light across their unique landscapes, bringing viewers into a meditative trance.
In his work Dornan seeks to make emotional connections with viewers without narrating a story or delivering meaning.
With the studio recently restored, the foundation hosts a grand-opening weekend examining the life and legacy of the artist.
This month Courier presents her most recent paintings of the Colorado landscape in the first solo show hosted in the gallery.
Hosted in a town considered one of the most beautiful places in the world by National Geographic, the weekend event allows attendees to watch nearly 50 painters, sculptors, and craftsmen in action.
Collectors familiar with Berra’s work will recognize his signature style of intensively researched motifs that go straight to the essence of a particular entity or landscape.
Although he doesn’t follow a strict process for his loose, impressionistic paintings, Ma generally starts with big shapes and ensures the relationships between drawing, value, and color are correct.