I design custom business cards, brochures, flyers, posters, post cards, promotional materials, banners and more.
Conterra Workshop is an architecture firm dedicated to design excellence, pragmatism, and sustainability. We seek spirited, holistic solutions for a wide range of projects. Our work reflects our sensitivity to the unique people and site that shape each project.
Working in the Telluride and Aspen markets, we are called upon to create all manner of fanciful metalwork for some of the finest homes in the United States. We are also a resource for the community we live in, doing small jobs, repair work and offering advice.
Bluecorn Naturals makes and sells high quality beeswax candles in an array of styles and scents.
I design whimsical dimensional art (flowers, slippers, creatures), and wearable art (jackets, shawls, scarves, etc). My location is yet to be determined.
As a graphic designer I specialize in print graphics such as logos, brochures, flyers and commercial photography. Photography is my chosen fine art medium with an emphasis on the landscape, nature and things from the past.
Your Local Ice Cream Parlor - creatively tasty with a small local artisan marketplace!
Edward Cating is an oil painter who specializes in Landscape and portraiture, focusing on the spectacular Mountain West. His formal training took place at the School of the Museum of Fine Arts, Boston where he earned a Four Year Diploma in Studio Art (Concentration Painting). His influences include the Tonalists, Hudson River School, and 19th Century German Romantic Painters. Edward maintains both a working studio and a gallery that is open by appointment. The Living Room Gallery is located at 181 S. Lena St., Unit A, Ridgway, CO 81432-1126. Commissions are welcome.
I paint moments in time of places that evoke a feeling of awe, peace and/or tranquility. These tend to be places where I spend a good amount of time and often are intimate close ups within a vast space, although I'm also drawn to the vast open skies of the West.
Painting is how I can best tell the truth. It is a messy unpredictable process for me. When the flow is happening, I know I'm supposed to paint. When it's not, it's excruciating. I'm learning to paint regardless and wait for the moments that it makes sense in, and just ride the rest of them out. I'm also learning to do this in my life. Art has to surprise me in some way for it to interest me. My first paintings were of elephants. I still am inspired by them. They are fascinating. Fierce, beautiful, brave, sorrowful, injured, angry, grounded, wise, complicated, they are a never ending source of inspiration and connection. I feel their pain, you can see it in their eyes along with their wisdom and a sense of the absurd. Ganesha, the hindu deity inspired my love as well. He is the son of Shiva and Parvati, Ganesha is helpful with transition, boundaries, thresholds and of course much more. He creates the faith to remove all obstacles. He also places the obstacles in your path, as they really are the path. I study and practice yoga. Painting is a spiritual practice as well. I try to show up with a beginner mind and see what will happen. I live and work in Ridgway, Colorado. I grew up back east in New York. I love art, mountains, my family, yoga, and figuring out how to be a human being. I work as an artist, yoga teacher, and free-lance graphic designer.
Whimsical, bright, energetic, acrylic collage; themes: southwest, trees, bikes, mountains and more
Water painting for sales. Presently exploring ceramics and ceramic sculpture. Doing a collage children's book.
I began in photography in 1967 and was late and reluctant to enter the digital photo age. In 2009 Pelican Publishing I released my photo book Dallas Iconography to modest acclaim. Since becoming a full-time resident of Ridgway, I continue my passion to capture the beauty of the Western Slope.
Performs a large variety of music, mostly on the Western slope. Plays guitar and sings. Has a wood shop at his home and designs and makes furniture and architectural woodwork with Japanese influence.
Varied painting subjects: landscape, still life, portrait. Favorites include large (e.g. 48” x 48”) colorful works on gallery wrapped hardwood panels. Photography: primarily landscapes and nature. Has produced numerous slideshows with titles and music.
I strive to make the best images of the landscapes from Colorado and the southwestern United States. I work with not only the big sky landscape, but closer shots as well, that intrigue with their abstract qualities. When the beauty of the land speaks to me, I try to capture the emotion of the moment.
Poetry, public performance, speaking for schools or other. Books of Poetry: OF EYES AND IRIS (2013) and PHASES (2016)
One-of-a-kind functional ware, dishwasher/microwave safe; and also concept-based sculptures that mainly display on the wall.
Custom, Inspired Awards & Recognition Projects | Designed & Crafted in Colorado by Lisa Issenberg. Awards by Kiitella are bold & unique physical representations of above and beyond human drive - human commitment - human kindness.
Free-lance flutist/performer and African drum facilitator and organizer; available for private flute instruction; drum circles; solo flutist for special events; organize drum circles with special master drummers.
Architectural and interior photography that captures the spirit of the design and seduces the viewer into the space.
Windwalker Art Glass is a stained glass studio in the woods on Horsefly Mesa where the artist creates custom stained glass art and experiments with natural materials to create paintings and sculptures.
Steam punk style jewelry and hats, recycled glass jewelry, whimsical sculpture, wind chimes made from odds & ends.
I have always looked at God's creation as a source of my artwork, and strive to share my view of His creation. I began taking photos to paint, and have found that my photos are art in themselves.
I live and write under the shadow of Corbett Peak in the Cutler Creek drainage, surrounded by field, forest, river and wildlife. This setting inspires my writing, though my subjects vary and travel far.
A kiln-formed glass studio specializing in glass frit and powdered glass palette knife paintings.
Stephanie finds her inspiration in classic literature, mythology and all things old. She blends classic with American Folk art, using a variety of media, with her favorites being ink, acrylics, oils and gouache.
Large fine art landscape photography from around the world with a majority focused right here in the beautiful San Juan Mountains. Specializing in large format panoramas. Also offering fine art printing.
If Joanne Taplin were a forger of metals, she would make a sword, and it would be an instrument that embodied the perfect union of mystery, simplicity, beauty and ingenuity. She is the first to tell you that she is a fabricator, though, not a forger, and finds her joy in joining pieces of metal to create highly original furniture pieces. Intrigued by the lyrical symmetry of mathematical forms like the Realeaux triangle, challenged by the demands of function and captivated by the infinite possibilities for design solutions, Taplin has found her artistic niche as a metals artisan. Currently Taplin’s time is spent on commissions and her own creations, but there is a constant interplay between the two.
Conscious creativity for a conscious culture. Graphic and web development for the adventure, wellness, conservation and event niches.
Sprout Design Studio is a boutique consulting and design firm offering services in strategic marketing + business consulting, website design + social media, graphic design + brand identity, professional and technical writing.
The home of JT Thomas Photography and SwiftTern Productions is housed in Ridgway's Old Shoolhouse. It is a fully equipped photographic and multimedia production and editing studio designed to be a collaborative space.
My studio is in my home and people only come by invitation. I have a table at the Resource Art Center in Ridgway, along with a booth at the Ridgway Farmers market. I have a website and take custom and special orders.
I work in a variety of media, while recently focusing on oil painting and a return to my roots. I work in the studio from life and from memory and internal experiences. A dream-like quality is a thread throughout my work, crossing whichever media I utilize.
My pottery has grown into a line of functional and decorative pieces incorporating words, quotes and poetry accented with hand-drawn underglaze designs. My main inspirations are my family, nature, travel, my bike and a whimsically modern design sense.
Norwegian, Swedish and other European inspired designs on wooden items, such as bowls, trays, trunks, plaques, etc. I paint at my home and sell my work at Resource Art, Art in the Park and at local art and gift sales.