Our artists have loved the roses in the #sculpturegarden this year. Stop by to #smelltheroses and see the beautiful artwork.
Join us for our final garden party day of our 26th Annual. Show continues through the end of August.
#ArtistDemonstrations are happening now until 4. The garden will be open until 5. .
The gallery and garden are looking phenomenal with all the new work ready for your home collection.
We're very pleased to be representing painter Scott Freeman. We will be promoting Scott's public art murals in addition to his beautiful smaller works. We are especially excited about the community-building murals he's developed which allows for individuals to be a part of the bigger picture. learn more about Scott Freeman
Stop by the gallery to see some examples currently on display with Amy Laugesen #Ceramics and Carol Gold #bronze. Or shop online from the comfort of your home. Want something large-scale? email us to commission something new.
#ContemporaryFigurativeArt #FineArt #Landscape #Portrait #commissionswelcome #LiveWithArt #CommunityMural #PublicArt #FeedYourCreativeSpirit
Please join Cathy Goodale's Workshop Students for a garden party and art show in the National Sculptors' Guild Sculpture Garden
Ikebana Flower Arrangement
Clothesline "Buy as the Dry" Sale
Wine and Cheese Reception
Nearly a dozen new paintings have arrived from Tal Walton, transforming Columbine's front room. The pieces are incredibly strong, even the most subtle images. A most notable distinction from past work is the diverse and bold palettes Tal is currently exploring, although his voice is clearly still present.
Pictured with Denny Haskew sculptures. click here to shop online.
images will be added here during the event as they are completed
Congratulations to Columbine Gallery's painter Mark Bailey selected by Southwest Art Magazine as 1 of 10 'Artists to Watch in 2017' featured in the January issue on newsstands now. click here for the full article
"Mark Andrew Bailey refuses to be pigeonholed when it comes to defining his style.....
...Using a music analogy, he compares the brush stroke to a note, and the way each note is played is what creates the complexity or interest in a piece....
...'I’m drawn to the human element and subject matter that is easily relatable,” he says, then adds, “A lot of art has gone negative and dark, but I have always wanted to create things that bring people joy.”...
...While Bailey has been turning heads on a national level, winning Best of Show at the 2015 Governor’s Art Show in Loveland, CO, is extremely meaningful to the Loveland native. 'I grew up here,' he says. 'Going to the show is what exposed me to people who were doing this for a living. Now to be back in Colorado and to be eligible and then accepted into the show, let alone to win this award, it feels like I’ve come full circle.'...
—Laura Rintala "
#ArtistsToWatch #SouthwestArtMagazine #MarkBaileyPainting #ArtWorthCollecting #FeedYourCreativeSpirit #ColumbineGallery
check out our update on this story "Vito's art hits the streets and the airwaves"
One of our favorite artists, (& quite frankly an all-time favorite human being), Teresa Vito, has been hard at work painting a mural on-site. She completed the "Pueblo Chile" mural yesterday, and it could not be cooler to see a Vito painting this large. We're sharing some of her images of the progression, see it in person at 1st and Grand in Pueblo, CO.
Teresa Vito's intent was to maintain a 1930's sign painting aesthetic. She nailed it. The Pueblo Chile logo painting was part of the group's branding campaign made possible largely due to a United States Department of Agriculture Specialty Crops Block Grant from the Colorado Department of Agriculture. The grant was obtained by Pueblo County’s Economic Development and GIS Department. Chris Markuson, Pueblo County’s Director of Economic Development & GIS helped make the mural placement possible.
"...the logo image was taken from an oil painting that was specifically commissioned by the Pueblo Chile Growers Association for the purpose of a brand logo. The highly successful painting was done by Teresa Vito, who lives in Pueblo. This painting portrays actual chile farms on the St. Charles Mesa. The artist’s excellent paintings often reflect scenes of Pueblo." --learn more about Teresa's logo painting that inspired this mural in the September 5, 2015 feature by Ryan Severance in the Pueblo Chieftain.
The Pueblo Chile mural is now featured on the 1860's building at 1st (Central City Drive) and Grand which houses the Pueblo Art Alliance. Vito left a bit of history, keeping the character Fred (from Fred's Wallpaper and Paint Supply) but did add a bit of paint to his brush to tie him into the new mural.
Teresa did not paint this mural in a typical manner, rather she painted as she would work on her traditional oil on linen pieces. Only the scale was magnified. Her next largest painting has measured just 48-in x 60-in comparison to this 12-ft x 30-ft mural. She did enlist help from Greg Zimmerman and Mike Strescino. The trio painted the mural in just 9 days.
Vito is thrilled to be part of the place she calls home. Pueblo, after-all, is no stranger to murals; home of the largest mural in the world, according to the Guinness World Records, located on a levee along the Arkansas river. She is proud to leave her mark on this artful city. If you wish to commission Teresa to paint in your town, just contact us! As always, you may view and purchase her paintings using Columbine Gallery's online store or visit the gallery and sculpture garden in Loveland, Colorado.
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.