Come meet Piotr at 4:00pm Saturday March Second at Teal Art Gallery. He has a beautiful, vibrant style of ink on paper that is at once uplifting and pensive. Much of his styling comes from his Polish heritage and affinity for Asian art and also Buddhism. He has lived in Breckenridge for many years and… Piotr’s Inks at Teal »
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This is a fantastic All-Star show of Colorado Artists inspired by Colorado. The pieces range in sizes and from textiles to encaustic to oil painting. It is a beautiful show and is a perfect way to take home a part of Modern Colorado. Join us for the Second Saturday Gallery Walk on the 12th from… Colorado Expand Exhibit »
Teal Art Gallery is excited to have Timothy Faust return with new modern photography December 8th at 211 N Main St., Breckenridge. Join us from 4:00pm to 8:00pm to the artist meet and greet. Refreshments, snacks will be served.
Mary Williams carves aspen, poplar and other soft woods into colorful contemporary standing and wall sculptures. Sometimes using special paint, wood burning, or embossing her pieces with copper or bronze she creates unusual textures and surfaces and designs. Her art is beautifully showcased in both modern and traditional homes giving the comfort of real wood… Mary Williams Aspen Sculptures »
Mai Wyn Schantz paints with oils on stainless steel. Cool huh? The result is a clean, modern look with generally traditional nature content. It is a great juxtaposition, or rather, a fresh look for traditional representational art.
This July, Teal is featuring artists that bring animal art to the next level. This show embodies some words that are generally not associated with animal art: atmospheric, inspiring and adventurous. Two of the attending artists are Ray Maseman and Darcy Baker. Here are some images of their work to get you prepped for the… ‘Animal Kingdom’ in contemporary art »
Explores peace and harmony in society and art. Saturday, March 3rd, 4-8pm at 211 N. Main St. Sandy Jackson has a fantastic themes for this year’s collection: oneness and harmony. Basically, its about sharing the love. Oneness Enso is a Japanese symbol which, in essence, is a circle. It represents perfection, continuity, and oneness. According… Enso and Emoto by Sandy Jackson »
Jenn Cram shows chic design and a structured whimsy of an other-world ocean-scape. The shadows dance and the shapes are both organic and intentional. This collection showcases multimedia pieces in black and white. Porcelain and paper with other little touches thrown in.
Denis Roussel has recently completed his 365 day blog and subsequently his little book showing the highlights and also a bit of his philosophy and methods. That is a lot of content for such a little book! I will probably buy one for myself for Christmas. Here is some of his work that will be on… Denis Roussel Revitalises the Silverplate »
Mann depicts the unfathomable mysteries of the Divine, and displays the unknown secrets beyond the comprehension of humanity. This imagery may be occurring outside the dominion of time, within the sphere of an atom, or reflecting the soul of its viewer. Mann’s goal is to produce work that is purely original, unrecognizable, and fresh from… Evan Mann »