That’s an ambitious task all on its own, but this fall, the trust is co-hosting the exhibition Nature’s Preservation at Claggett/Rey Gallery, in which painters Kent Lemon and Lanny Grant and sculptor Steve Kestrel highlight the land’s natural beauty.
Lemon and Grant took trips out to the trust’s preservations, and both will show paintings inspired by that area and other Colorado landscapes.
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Awe and Wonder
As a child living in central Illinois, Bruce Cascia was given a Brownie camera by his father. The simple cameras were barely more than a box with a lens and a shutter release. They held film—“Two and-quarter by two-and-a-quarter,” Cascia recalls—but there was little room for bells and whistles.
Throughout her three-decade career artist, Carrie Pearce has become recognized for painting odd objects or out-of-the-ordinary scenarios that have a touch of whimsy and sentimentality.
John Tarahteeff’s paintings take you somewhere new, yet familiar. You don’t entirely know where it is, but it feels like you’ve been there before.
The Eagle Valley Land Trust, located in Eagle County, Colorado, is dedicated to preserving 2,000 acres of land every year.
Daniel Bilmes’ first New York solo exhibition opens September 18 at Arcadia Contemporary with new work that shows his growth and development.
Beginning September 10, Erin Currier of Santa Fe, New Mexico, will be showcasing a large collection of new works at Blue Rain Gallery. This includes about 12 collage paintings on panel, as well as over 20 framed, mixed media pen, marker and china marker works on archival paper.
Inside Their Worlds
Lawes was the Grand Prize award winner in International Artist magazine’s Challenge No. 123, Wildlife.
Principle Gallery presents the exhibition Disrupted Realism, curated by John Seed, featuring work by artists who are challenging and changing traditional realism.
Three years ago, Kai Samuels-Davis began preparing for his upcoming solo exhibition at Dolby Chadwick Gallery. It wasn’t until a year ago that the series of paintings began to take shape.
The Edge of a Story
One a master of jubilant color, the other of dramatic lights and darks, the works of artists Colin Page and Kim English build each other up, telling stories through brushstrokes.
Inside The Adaptable Mind
HOW COURTNEY DAUWALTER USES ADAPTABILITY TO STAY COOL, CALM AND COLLECTED WHEN THE GOING GETS TOUGH. .
Came Through Drippin
Most of the world relies on flood irrigation to water crops. A more efficient alternative hasn’t been widely adopted because it’s so expensive. One Israeli soil physicist has the answer: a tiny plastic widget
Lily & Charlie's DREAM WEDDING
They do! On Sept. 4, Lily Collins tied the knot with director Charlie McDowell at the Dunton Hot Springs in Colorado.
SCIENTISTS LAUNCH EFFORT TO COLLECT WATER DATA IN US WEST
The U.S. Department of Energy announced a new kind of climate observatory near the headwaters of the Colorado River that will help scientists better predict rain and snowfall in the U.S. West and determine how much of it will flow through the region.
IF THESE HILLS COULD TALK
Environmental activists are pursuing legal steps that would allow natural entities to sue in their own defense through a human spokesperson. But maybe it’s the conversation, and not the law, that matters most.
Flowing Into Silence
The natural world has a lot to say, if we're willing to listen.
WHAT HISTORY HAS TAUGHT ME
BEN NIGHTHORSE CAMPBELL, U.S. SENATOR, ARTIST, OLYMPIAN
Thru-Hiking Back to Myself
Patricia Cameron set out to hike the 486-mile Colorado Trail to raise awareness for her nonprofit. She ended up finding out even more about her personal strengths.
GEOLOGY IN THE NATIONAL PARKS
The Science Behind the Scenery
How do you trailside camp?
Fact: For most of us, camping and wheeling go together. It’s a safe bet that where there’s folks gathered to wheel for more than a day there’s probably camping involved.