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Boulder’s Ephemeral Sunrises and Sunsets, Boulder’s Special Light

Boulder light, great art light, can be dramatic. Our first pic falls into that category. The dramatic is in contrast to the subtle, which frequently greats ouf visions of clouds and sun. This first sunrise picture is dramatic, not subtle, and in-your-face! The rest of the focus of this article is the more subtle sunset […]

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Featured Event – Local Boulder Artists Exhibit

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 […]

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Featured Artist: Flash Mountain Flood

For AboutBoulder’s first featured musician profile, I went to see, and subsequently sat down and chatted with Boulder’s own Flash Mountain Flood! FMF consists of five members: Logan Green (lead guitar, vocals), Wes Rather (rhythm guitar, vocals), Derek Dames (bass, vocals), Paul Copoulos (keys, organ) Taner Clark (drums, percussion). The group is currently in residency […]

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Introducing: The Copper Children

The Copper Children is a folk band from Denver that specializes in trippy music and videos, blending what they call “psychedelic rock into a moving performance.” The Copper Children formed in 2015 and released their first album What We Are, in 2016. Their upcoming album, Speaking in Spirits, will also be released soon. The Copper […]

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It is Inexhaustible

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 […]

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Ravi Zupa Releases New Print, “Buraq and Mahakala”

Continuing his exploration of spiritual and mythical characters from cultures across the world, Ravi Zupa has released the third print in his Tattoo series featuring Buraq from the Islamic tradition and a buddhist version of Mahakala. At the top, we see Mahakala—a fierce, chaotic form of Shiva (husband of Kali) who plays a significant role […]

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