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Playing with Fire

Loveland pyrographer Julie Bender turns up the heat to create “drawings” inspired by her deep love of the natural world

The Illuminator: Collin Parson

Few people know more about Colorado’s art scene than Collin Parson, who pulls double duty as an artist and the director of the visual arts program at the Arvada enter for the Arts and Humanities

Where Everyone is an Artist

For 27 years, the non-profit Art Students League of Denver has been the place to unleash the visual artist in each of us

Cross-Cultural Collection

Denver artists Don and Grace Quade curate a harmonious home filled with global artwork and accents

Of Cowboys and Color Fields

For as long as there have been cowboys driving cattle, there has been Western Art—much of it residing safely in the Realists’ camp

Comfort & Joy

With décor that features light, color and an eclectic art collection, this renovated ‘70s-era house reflects its happy homeowners

Art on the Open Plains

From the blink-and-you-miss-it town of Byers (45 miles east of Denver), the non-profit M12 Studio creates and supports some of the most captivating contemporary art in the country

Art: The Experts

Steve Sonnen, Mirada Fine Art Gallery, Indian Hills

The Queen of Color

Monroe Hodder’s vibrant paintings pulse with life—thanks in part to the inspiration she finds in Steamboat’s quiet beauty. Find out why the artist calls Colorado home, how she understands color and why she paints.

At Home with Terry Adams

Terry Adams has a request: he’d like a retractable roof over all of Denver’s Cherry Creek North shopping district. “I suppose that’s not possible,” he laughs. “But believe me: I’ve wished for it.”

State of the Arts: The Queen of Color

Monroe Hodder's vibrant paintings pulse with life-thanks in part to the inspiration she finds in Steamboat's quiet beauty. Find out why the artist calls Colorado home, how she understands color and why she paints

At Home with Terry Adams, President and CEO of the Cherry Creek Arts Festival

The leader of the non-profit that produces the hugely popular Cherry Creek Arts Festival explains why his job that gets bigger—and more fun—every year
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