Welcome Back! We are reopening with limited hours.
Be like Bernie and wear your mask while visiting the gallery.
The pandemic has kept our doors closed for safety. We are pleased to announce that we are reopening with limited hours starting March 17th. Visit the gallery Wednesdays through Saturdays between 11am and 3pm.*
Please continue to make online purchases through the secure checkout on our store when at all possible.
*Gallery visitors must continue to follow CDC guidelines by wearing masks, social distancing and keeping groups to a minimum. Appointments are still available, subject to schedule availability.
2683 North Taft Avenue, Loveland, Colorado 80538 970.667.2015 Wed-Sat 11-3, or by appointment, contact us
We are observing the social distancing recommendations from the CDC and Government Officials and will be closed to the public until May 1st. During this time we ask our patrons to utilize our online services.
We plan to continue work and are available by phone and email for any questions or concerns.
In-stock items are listed on our Online Store; plus you can place orders on items that require time for casting or fabrication. We're happy to provide 3-D views of artwork you're interested in.
We will also continue to post things on our social media outlets for some added beauty in your day. Feel free to share images of how you are #LivingWithArt with us. Or, send us ideas of what you'd like featured.
Our 45 artists are continuing to create amazing art, if you are able to support through collecting, we do hope you'll add a piece or two to enhance your space at this time. Shop Here
We hope everyone continues to do their best to stay healthy and work on facing all the unknowns together.
Look for our ad and tips from John in a feature article in the new publication Northern Colorado HOME this November, all about #LivingWithArt. We'll also instagram some of our favorite interior placements from our collector's homes over the next few months, start following us now! #FeedYourCreativeSpirit
Shop online this Fall and use Coupon Code: LivingWithArt for a special incentive on your next artwork.
It's official, we have upstairs neighbors, we've cleared out the top floor (except for a few large paintings). The gallery is now just the first floor.
Please welcome Berkshire Hathaway HomeServices to the building. We’re excited to have this energetic bunch of real estate agents reinvigorate the upstairs.
Not to worry, we still have all our 45 artist’s artwork on display, and we think the gallery and NSG sculpture garden look better than ever.
Stop by and see all the changes we’ve made, or shop online.
#ChChChanges #BerkshireHathaway #LivingWithArt #AroundLoveland
You may already be aware that the price of bronze has been increasing for several years due to global demand for copper. Recently, all metals are on the rise... this means your favorite artwork prices will increase too. Because we bid a lot of large-scale public art, we've been watching this very closely; we've already seen an over 15% increase in material costs since December.
While the value of an artist's work befittingly goes up throughout their career, a large factor of pricing is the cost of materials the artwork is fabricated from. Our artists absorb as much of these material cost increases as possible, when it's no longer feasible, the only choice is a price change. That's actually good news for collectors - the value of your collection goes up with each increase.
Much of the art we show is made from Bronze, Steel and Aluminum, therefore...
Our recommendation to you, the collector, is to lock in the price of that piece you've been eyeing before the next bump. Place an order with a 50% deposit and you can pay the balance over time (up to 6 months). Many sculptures may need to be cast/fabricated requiring weeks to months before it can ship anyway.
If you are placing an Order's Only purchase online, we will contact you with details of when to expect your artwork. If the artwork will take more than 2 weeks to fabricate/cast/create, we will adjust your payment to reflect only the required deposit and charge the balance with a series of smaller monthly charges, or with a single payment prior to shipping depending upon your preference. Shop Online
Here are a few links on the subject....
The Fabricator: Rise in Steel Prices continues
Market Watch, New Tariffs to Raise Prices
Barron's Tariffs: Giving Steel Prices Another Nudge
We are really pleased to have new neighbors to the gallery, Plenty Pharma provides natural remedies for people and pets!
Art, and the Art of Healing, all in one block. We hope you'll visit them when you next stop by the gallery and sculpture garden,
"Plenty Pharma was founded on the belief that we can truly benefit peoples lives by providing products that enable them to enjoy pain-free, active and well-balanced lifestyles. We strive to provide only the best quality, most effective products available, while maintaining affordability and accessibility to our customers"
While you are checking out Loveland, Colorado; here's a few favorite things we recommend for your visit...
ART, starting with us, of Course:
Columbine Gallery home of the National Sculptors’ Guild. Our 4500 square foot gallery artfully displays over 800 NSG sculptures and paintings by over 45 local and national artists. Plus the attached NSG Sculpture Garden is an acre filled with unusual botanical specimens and over 80 monumental sculptures, all available for sale, ready for your collection.
2683 N Taft Avenue, Loveland, CO 80538 970-667-2015 email
MORE ART: 4th street has other small galleries/studios like Independence Gallery, and Lundeen Sculpture
Art Castings of Colorado See the sculptures being cast, Loveland has some of the top foundries in the nation!
511 8th St. SE. Loveland, CO 80537 970-667-1114
public tours start at 9:30am, reservations required
Bronze Services of Colorado: See the sculptures being cast,
140 2nd Street S.E., Loveland, CO 80537 970-667-2723
THURSDAY mornings at 8 am. By appointment only.
Benson Sculpture Garden Loveland’s public art park featuring over 150 sculptures and home of Sculpture in the Park, the largest outdoor sculpture show held every 2nd weekend in August. Columbine is a block southwest.
2908 Aspen Drive in Loveland, Colorado 80538
Chapungu Sculpture Park at Centerra a permanent collection of 82 African stone sculptures carved by Zimbabwe artists. Would be good to catch on the way in or out of town – Centerra is near the I-25 interchange. 2593 Kendall Parkway Loveland, CO 80538
Artworks Loveland: Contact Angela to set up a touring time, they have running exhibits but primarily are a working studio space for over 25 artists. The studios are open to viewing while the artists are working, fun to see the behind the scenes sometimes. 310 N. Railroad, Loveland, CO 80537 970-663-5555
Art Space at the Feed & Grain This is a work/live space and the lobby typically has rotating exhibits by the resident artists. Located across from Artworks Loveland. 140 West Third Street, Loveland, CO, 80537
Loveland Museum/Gallery has great rotating exhibits, including host of the Colorado Governor's Art Show Annually. ($5 admission)
503 N. Lincoln Avenue Loveland, CO 80537 970-962-2410
Embassy Suites: If you need a place to stay, this is our top pick. We loan art to them on occasion, and they offer great amenities close to I-25 and Hwy 34.
FOOD: again, in our opinion, the best options are Loveland's unique places downtown... if none of these seem like a fit, we can extend the list,. Not in any order, plus there are many more...
There are also some fun craft brewery’s, and a dessert bar for the chocolate lovers....
Door 222: Located next door to the Rialto Theater, they offer great locally sourced tapas, lunch and dinner that changes seasonally.
222 E 4th Street, Loveland, CO 80537 970-541-3020
Henry’s Pub: On the other side of the Rialto is Henry’s they are a bit more casual and probably offer the largest seating space. Great salads, sandwiches and specials.
234 East 4th Street, Loveland, CO 80537 970-613-1896
Origins Wine Bar and Pizza: If you have a large group, I'd recommend renting the Wine Cellar Library in advance, which seats up to 20. The menu has a great mix of fresh foods that pair well with the wine!
Origins is right across from the Loveland Museum
500 N Lincoln Ave Loveland, CO 80537, 970-685-4269
Mo’ Betta Gumbo: A little taste of the South, we love this restaurant especially on a cold day. Chef Clay is the owner and is working on opening Miss Daisy’s BBQ, so keep an eye open. He also runs Loveland Tap House which just opened this year. Miss Daisy’s BBQ and Blues will operate out of the old Heritage Lutherie building at 129 E. Fifth St.
141 E 4th St, Loveland, CO 80537 970-685-4842
How to get around? Here's a service other tours have used in the past….
About The City offers a luxury limo bus, which is a nice way to get from place to place., especially if you're partaking in Mo' Betta Gumbo's moonshine, or a mimosa at brunch! They could also help with fine tuning your itinerary.
Owned and operated by the father/daughter team of John & Alyson Kinkade the Gallery and Garden artfully displays over 800 sculptures plus many paintings by renowned local and national artists to provide a tranquil atmosphere for art appreciators wishing to reduce the external details of the world and indulge in the true essence of art ~ a world of visual play and internal moods. Perched above a pond with a view of the Rockies, the NSG Sculpture Garden is an acre filled with unusual botanical specimens and over 100 sculptures. All of the artwork in the gallery and garden is for sale. As a result, the look is constantly changing.