Category Archives: Arts Alive! Gallery

Colorado Clay in Mud Season

By stephanieteal, 847 days ago


Local and regional clay artists present functional and sculptural works for Summit County’s mud season. The Second Saturday Reception will be a chili reception with bubbling pots of a variety of chili and other food specialties by the artists. A fun table will be set up for those wishing to play with some clay. Arts… Colorado Clay in Mud Season »

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Denver to Denali

By stephanieteal, 937 days ago

DENVER TO DENALI: A WILDLIFE PHOTOGRAPHER’S JOURNEY Feb. 9th, 4-8pm, Arts Alive Gallery, 500 S. Main St. Last summer, award-winning wildlife photographer Richard Seeley took a 60-day journey in his RV, driving from his home in Silverthorne to central Alaska, including travel through British Columbia, nine ferries up the Alaskan inside passage, the Yukon, and… Denver to Denali »

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Four Ways with Clay

By stephanieteal, 1031 days ago


Four ceramic artists present a month-long show,”Four Ways With Clay”, at the Arts Alive! Gallery in Breckenridge. Four local women, Sue Schmidt, Pam Herring, Dawn Koschak and Janelle Kopp, have embraced dimensional artistic expression. Their common ground is clay but their interpretations couldn’t be more diverse. Sue works traditional wheel thrown functional pottery with an… Four Ways with Clay »

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Diane Jaynes

By stephanieteal, 1119 days ago

Diane Jaynes

Diane Jaynes’ love for art began with a home full of light and color, childhood trips to museums and art classes. Like most self-taught artists, she pursued a livelihood other than painting. While running a successful small business with her husband, Diane fulfills her creative energy and passion through active involvement in the local art… Diane Jaynes »

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Jim Rosborough Glass Works

By stephanieteal, 1149 days ago

Jim Rosborough's Glass Work

The majority of western Native American peoples were nomadic. Belongings were few, so art also had to have function. Their artistic expression was incorporated into the rugs that they wove and the beadwork that decorated their clothing. Jim Rosborough will displaying a series of fused glass interpretations of western Native American beadwork and Navajo rug… Jim Rosborough Glass Works »

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