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Blending Realms: The Artistic Journey of Boulder’s Lenny Lensworth Frieling

April 24th, 2024

  Lensworth Photo-All pictures in this article are done by Lensworth.    Abstraction of Restored Antique Tractor at the Yearly Longmont (287) Dougherty Farm Yesteryear Show The farm show presents everything from Blacksmiths and Fiber Spinners, Weavers and Knitters to Steam Powered Log Splitters and restored tractors                                                                             Personal Lake Muse, Waneka Lake, Reflected Trees This is an example of Waneka Lake and Reflection with MAJOR use of saturation.... Read More

The Creative Vibrancy of Boulder: A Look Into the Heart of the Creative Community

August 11th, 2023

Welcome to Boulder, Colorado! Home to a vibrant creative community. From its eclectic culture and stunning natural beauty to its thriving arts and music scene, Boulder is a place of inspiration and creativity. In this blog article, we will explore the creative vibrancy of Boulder and take a closer look into the heart of the creative community. From the innovative minds of local artists, musicians, and entrepreneurs to the unique cultural events and activities, we will discover what makes Boulder such a special place for creativity and expression. So come along and join us as we explore the creative... Read More

Featured Event – Local Boulder Artists Exhibit

October 6th, 2022

Boulder artists Heather Schulte, Carolyn Kerchof, and Jessica Moon Bernstein-Schiano initiated independent projects during the Covid-19 pandemic as attempts to process what was going on both locally and nationally. Their projects Stitching the Situation, Boulder Covid Stories, and Covid Cuts attempt to capture the pandemic’s complexity not only as a once-in-a-lifetime public health crisis, but also as a period of social reckoning about communal health, climate change, and what it means to coexist on this planet. At the height of the stay-at-home order, Heather, Carolyn, and Jessica sought... Read More

Ravi Zupa Releases New Set of Cheeky, Dog-Themed Matchboxes

July 10th, 2020

Following the success of his drunk cat matchbox collaboration with Arna Miller, Ravi Zupa has released a new set of matchboxes, this time featuring canines. The 10 designs depict various dog breeds paired with subtly humorous text that celebrates the complex personalities of our closest friends and family. “These are the people in our lives with complicated dispositions and attitudes who never fail to bring us joy, even when they’re jerks,” Zupa explains. “This new set of matchboxes is an effort to give the overly expressive, stubborn, supportive, unpredictable, confused and self important... Read More

Must See Local Boulder Band Video: The Copper Children

June 16th, 2020

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Sally Elliott

December 16th, 2019

Sally Elliot is a local painter with an illustrious career spanning over four decades. She was a founding member of the Front Range Women in the Visual Arts in 1987, and helped produce visual arts, music, and theatre productions throughout the state, including a major anniversary exhibition for the Boulder Museum of Contemporary Art in 2000. Elliot is also a long time member of Spark Collective Gallery in Denver, where her work is shown regularly. She’s been the recipient of numerous awards and the subject of many publications. In 1985, she was awarded a year as an associate at the Rocky... Read More

It’s Time to Pull Off the Impossible

June 16th, 2019

Ravi Zupa has released the third of five posters in the monthly series titled Marvelous Adventures. All characters for the series are pulled from Hindu mythology and showcase some of the oldest superheroes on Earth. The print, titled It’s Time To Pull Off The Impossible, features Hanuman, who represents self control, strength, stamina and devotion. “There are many other monkey heroes and trickster characters in mythologies throughout Asia and many of those stories are related to Hanuman,” says Zupa of the poster’s key image. “The story depicted here is one of his most famous adventures.” During... Read More

It is Inexhaustible

May 14th, 2019

As winter fades away and the natural world begins to wake, Ravi Zupa has ushered in spring with the release of the fourth print in his Tattoo Gratitude series. “Every year around this time, there seems to be a lot of chaos and upheaval,” Zupa says. “Perhaps this is partly because of the change of seasons as we recover from the darkness of winter and begin our return trip toward longer days. Springtime is a violent and destructive phenomenon first, before it gives way to birth and nurture.” This fourth piece in the series depicts a dragon, a cat who has caught a snake, and a peacock. The... Read More

“There’s Work To Be Done” from Ravi Zupa’s Marvelous Adventures Series

May 1st, 2019

RAVI ZUPA RELEASES NEXT PRINT IN COMIC BOOKCOVER POSTER SERIES, MARVELOUS ADVENTURES Garuda Featured in Second Release Depicting Hindu Gods and Goddesses as Comic Book Heroes   Ravi Zupa has released the second of five posters in the monthly series titled “Marvelous Adventures.” All characters for the series are pulled from Hindu mythology and showcase some of the oldest superheroes on Earth. The print, titled “There’s Work To Be Done,” features Garuda—the courageous, loyal companion and mount to Vishnu in Hinduism. He symbolizes courage, strength and commitment, and is hugely... Read More

Korey Shumway

April 26th, 2019

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