Upcoming musicians and poets will perform, and artists will show where they work; to see the Ouray Art Walk Map of participating venues and activities, please visit dreamtimearts.org/gallery/ourayartwalk.
OParticipants artists producing everything from handmade jewelry to pastel and pencil drawings, watercolor, acrylic and oil paintings, photography, pottery, custom metal work, textile work, stained glass, multimedia, wood and metal sculpture, and glassworks.
Offerings come from categories that range from traditional to contemporary, abstract, surrealist, Naïve, African, South American, authentic Native American, Western, Cowboy and wildlife art. Ouray is also home to a wonderful new sculpture garden.
The Ouray Art Walk offers summer patrons great venues with art, music, poetry readings, special demonstrations and ample refreshments (wine & appetizers) on Second Saturdays of every month, For more information, call Lizelle at 808/497-2606 or email firstname.lastname@example.org
Stronghouse Studios Welcomes Children and Familes
TELLURIDE – Telluride Arts welcomes children and families to come make art at the Stronghouse Studios in a new program, Hands on Stronghouse, which will, according to Executive Director Kate Jones, “capture the wide-eyed spark of imagination that children have when they see the creativity of resident artists in their studios.”
At the first Hands on Stronghouse project is based on artist Judy Haas’ colorful trout pastels, children are invited to come and create – trace, draw and color a trout. Stronghouse Studios are open Monday-Friday, 9 a.m.-6 p.m.; visitors of all ages and ability levels are welcome. For groups of six or more, please call ahead to schedule a visit; children must be accompanied by an adult. For more information, call Telluride Arts at 970/728-8959.