• Telluride Arts: Art Walk Highlites, August

    3 weeks ago.

    No doubt the two featured artists at Arroyo, 220 East Colorado, Alberto Murillo and Chriss Crossen, owe a debt to artists such as Helen Frankenthaler, Ken Noland, Morris Louis, who were among the superstar Color Field painters of the 1960s.…

  • Ah Haa Moment: 5-Day Art & Writing Retreat for Women

    3 weeks ago.

    Immersion guided by artist Brucie Holler & Word Woman Rosemerry Wahtola Trommer Artist Brucie Holler is an abstract painter whose work deepens our understanding of the wonders of nature not by literally representing the thing itself, but the emotions underlying…

  • Telluride Arts: “Anthropomorphism,” Katy Parnello, 8/1/2014

    4 weeks ago.

    Telluride Arts’ Gallery 81435 features artist/choreographer Katy Parnello in “Anthropomorphism,” an exhibit and live performance Join Telluride Arts for a closing party and live performance as part of Katy Parnello’s exhibit, Anthropomorphism. The event takes place at Gallery 81435 (across…

  • Soggy Dog at The Peaks: Paint Your Pet Party

    4 weeks ago.

    Animals have inspired artists since the first cave paintings of deer and bison — and pet cats, dogs, birds, furry things in general continue to aid creativity with their beauty, humor, companionship, and overall cuteness. Want to, ahem, unleash your inner David Hockney,…

  • Telluride Hot Shot Photo Winners

    1 month ago.

    The 2014 Telluride July 4th parade was over, the streets cleaned and the camp chairs that decorated both sides of Colorado Avenue were removed. Saturday afternoon the appointed judges of the Hot Shot Photo Contest, Stu, Scott, Erica Judy, Anna…

  • Art Walk: Lustre Gallery Features Zoltan

    2 months ago.

    “I want to make this moment worthy of your attention; something unique, something honest," Zoltan. Telluride Arts’ First Thursday Art Walk celebrates the bounty of the Telluride Creative District. It is a meet-and-greet for locals and visitors alike, when venues…

  • 5th Annual Telluride Hot Shot

    2 months ago.

    "Many of our past winners have submitted photos from their cell phones--there are so many chances to get a good picture on July 4th,” said event founder Katrine Formby. Daniel Tucker founded Telluride’s Ah Haa School for the Arts in…

  • SAF presents Telluride Plein Air

    2 months ago.

    Eugene Boudin was one of the more adventurous 19th-century painters, known primary for his beach scenes and seascapes of northern France, and luminous skies. When Boudin taught his young student, Claude Monet, the importance of painting a scene directly from…

  • Telluride Gallery of Fine Art: Scott Rhea at Art Walk

    2 months ago.

    Water. The subject is addressed in Scripture nearly 1,000 times. Water twins with the subconscious mind, representing the world of the dreams. Water is a universal symbol of change, often present at turning points in a story. Clear, fresh and…

  • Telluride Arts: Highlites, June Art Walk

    3 months ago.

    The First Thursday Art Walk is a festive celebration of the arts in downtown Telluride for art lovers, community and friends. Eighteen venues host receptions from 5pm-8pm to introduce new exhibitions and artists. A free Art Walk Map offers a…

  • Mountain Film: Nevada Wier, Still (Infra) Red Hot 

    3 months ago.

    Nevada Wier is a multiple award-winning photographer who specializes in remote corners of the globe and the cultures who inhabit them. Because her connection with place and people is so profound, authentic and heartfelt, Wier’s images seem to compress human…

  • Mountainfilm: Gallery Walk 2014 Features Uelsmann & Taylor

    3 months ago.

    Work now on display at the Telluride Gallery of Fine Art, which has represented the duo’s images for years Fact: Jerry Uelsmann and Maggie Taylor are photography world royalty. Over the years, the husband and wife team has produced a body…

  • TIO NYC: “Degenerate Art” at the Neue Galerie

    4 months ago.

    The Neue Galerie’s big spring show, “Degenerate Art: The Attack on Modern Art in Nazi Germany, 1937,” was close to  three years in the making, but the pay off in the timing was that it opened more or less on the…

  • TIO NYC: MAD's Out of Hand a Must-See

    4 months ago.

    We arrived in the Big Apple on Monday, toast from a cross-country trip (in a truck. Long story). But, stalwart souls that we are, we hit the ground running on Tuesday, taking in several museum shows, the best of which…

  • Final Art Walk: Telluride Region’s Young Artists at Ah Haa

    5 months ago.

    This spring, there is more to look forward to than late-season snowstorms, thoughts of warm beaches, and camping in the desert. There is an explosion of art exhibits comprised of the work of the Telluride region’s youth contingent. Spring Youth…

  • Telluride Arts: Last Art Walk of Season

    5 months ago.

    Abigail Heche is a designing woman who likes to travel. Recent trips with National Geographic to the West Indies, Greek Islands, Newfoundland and especially Labrador inspired her newest lines of fine jewelry. Labrador  – and her life in general: "I live…