The Bungled Jungle is the collaborative effort of two silly people, Pat and Suzanne. They create hand sculpted varmints/creatures/monsters/whatevers, one-of-a-kind, absolutely unique to suprise and tickle you!
The Bungled Jungle is the collaborative effort of two silly people, Pat and Suzanne. They create hand sculpted varmints/creatures/monsters/whatevers, one-of-a-kind, absolutely unique to surprise and tickle you!
The Maverick Potter is Salida’s full service pottery and gallery featuring work by artist and owner Mark Rittmann. We specialize in functional and decorative ceramic art and also have a unique collection of hand blown glass, photography, linocuts, metalwork, and woodwork.
We offer classes, paint your own pottery, and clay projects for all levels of experience. Your inspiration is waiting for you at The Maverick Potter.
Mixed media abstract landscape paintings & prints by Linda Frances, pottery by Damian Radice, jewelry, photography, decorated gourds, sculpture, fiber and note cards. Salida calendars, post cards, more in season.
133 E. First Street
Claudette and Jim Barker are full-time artists; their gallery features paintings, bronze sculpture and sterling silver jewelry. Please come by to meet the Barkers and see their latest paintings in progress.
Claudette’s painting is 24 x 20 and is a snow scene of “Bob’s Creek” and Jim’s painting is a landscape, 24 x 30 entitled “Farm Road”.
Hours: Wed-Sat 12-7 & Sun and Mon 12-4, summer. Wed-Sat 12-6 pm, not summer.
At this Salida gallery you will find contemporary, innovative work, with a focus on the unique art of the region. You will also discover a discriminating selection of beautiful artisan jewelry here . Located at 101 North F Street, it is the base for three metalwork studios: Michael Boyd, Todd Tychewicz, and Harry and Nicole Hansen’s studio, Sterling and Steel.
150 W 1st St
Gallery 150 is an eclectic mix of traditional and abstract modern art. Everything from environmental abstract sculpture by Eric Candee to fabulous acrylic landscapes by Charles Frizzell. We feature Paintings, Mixed Media Wall Art, Pastels, Glass Art, Ceramics, Fine Furniture, Hand Crafted Fashion Jewelry and much much more. (more…)
Carl’s affinity for art began when he was accepted into the Cleveland Institute of Art to study traditional fine art and painting. He knew from his initial moments there that he would not end up with his ideal life if he followed the predetermined degree outlines. He viewed college as a means to help sharpen who he was as an artist and person, not a place to follow a systematic course schedule en route to receipt of a degree. He proceeded to take an assortment of college classes dealing with psychology, graphic design, and traditional fine art skills at a local state school. (more…)
Spirit Mountain Antler & Log Design
Anything from custom furniture using native woods from Colorado (bristle cone pine, mtn juniper & aspen) and inlaying turquoise, copper and resin in the checks etc. We also carry gift items from wall art, pottery, jewelry & custom pillows. Call or e-mail for more details. “Enter as a Stranger and leave as a friend”.
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William Boddy Studied one year at The University of Colorado, Boulder, CO (one winter was enough) three years at The university of California in Los Angeles, and one year at Sacramento State College. His art emphasis in school was three dimensional art, ie. sculpting and jewelry. After leaving school William spent ten years working with different ad and design agencies as an artist while moonlighting as a bass player musician. Because of his experience with the agencies his art medium had become almost exclusively paint (acrylic, watercolor and oil based)
Paquette Gallery The Paquette Art Gallery is located in the lobby of the historic SteamPlant Theater and displays works from local artists in the region. The Gallery is generally open during business hours and one hour prior to theater performances.
Strawn-Grether Sculpture Garden The Strawn-Grether Sculpture Garden is located at the SteamPlant and features works by local and regional Sculptures.
The DSI Gallery in the SteamPlant Annex host special exhibitions throughout the year.
Lila and John McClellan own Rise and Shine bakery, café and gallery.
Open Tues. – Sat. 7 AM – 3 PM.
You can enjoy tasty food while viewing Lila’s artwork on the walls and tables and watch a slideshow of her photos. Southwestern scenes are displayed as paintings, pastels and photos. creativevisions.zenfolio.com
The green cat is a gallery for Joe and Steph Brady to display their art and a studio for Steph. Joe does the wood and stone. Steph does the glass, fine art, pastels, oils, & acrylics, jewelry. The gallery is also filled with green cat t-shirts, dresses, beads, gift items and lots more fun stuff….
119 North F Street
Colorado photographers, Lenny and Gail Brooks have been capturing images of the Rocky Mountains since the early 1970’s.
Brooks Gallery features the highest quality prints of nature, travel and artography (the art of photography), as well as pottery and jewelry by the Brooks. Unique “fair trade” gifts and jewelry help support indigenous artists from around the globe. They invite you to come by or browse their online gallery.
Vibrant, Expressive Art Created from Wool
Constructed from studio dyed wool, each art piece is felted into Network Tapestry™, Layered Tapestry™, LED-lit Glow Structures™ and now, Custom Area Rugs.