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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

Taking It Personally

When you live in a historic home, it's important to put your own imprint on it. Susan and John Gowen did just that...but that was just the beginning.

Villa Soul

Referencing the vernacular of traditional Spanish architecture, this home blends easily with the historic houses in and around Denver’s Observatory Park.

An Artistic Escape

A Gallery With Heart

How one nonprofit is helping young artists with disabilities find their creative passion

Hotel Jerome Gets Handsome

One of Aspen's most historic hotels gets a makeover: Goodbye, fussy Victorian accents; hello, bold, masculine style

Daytripper: Steamboat Springs

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