Our process has many steps involved, but the most frequent question asked is how we get the imagery in our pieces. Many people ask if it’s done with a laser! Michele will be demonstrating how she saws out the intricate imagery using a hand held jeweler’s saw.

Time to roll up your sleeves, paint with abandon and release your inner artist inside Art Alley! Thanks to the creative energy of Art Alley Chairwoman Lynda Mikos, children and their caregivers can make inspired and imaginative keepsakes for FREE!

Sculptural Felt assemblages created from hat-maker’s felt remnants rescued from Northern Colorado’s Greeley Hat Works. Brad hand-cuts, bends and nails each piece of felt to a carved wood base creating great relief and texture. When combined with Sundie’s intricately painted layers of metal, which truly bare the soul of each portrait, it is hard for…

Digital negatives and historical photographic printing processes such as tricolor gum bichromate, cyanotype, van dyke brown, platinum/palladium, kallitypes, and lumen prints. Printed on archival art papers, often finished works are hand tinted with either watercolor and vintage oil paints.

I make wheel thrown and hand built functional pottery from clay i dig and make myself. Each pot is made by me and one of a kind. All my pots are food safe and high fired in a gas reduction kiln.

Time to roll up your sleeves, paint with abandon and release your inner artist inside Art Alley! Thanks to the creative energy of Art Alley Chairwoman Lynda Mikos, children and their caregivers can make inspired and imaginative keepsakes for FREE!

We are thrilled to introduce our 2018 poster artists Brad and Sundie Ruppert! Their sculptural felt “Red Foxx” was chosen as the 46th Crested Butte Arts Festival Poster image. These two Iowa artists give a fresh life to perhaps the oldest textile used today, fur felt, specifically, the remnants trimmed from the brims of felt…

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