ESTES PARK ART WALK by Cultural Arts Council|
1. CULTURAL ARTS COUNCIL OF ESTES PARK
423 W. Elkhorn Ave.
Lynda S. Vogel, Director, 970-586-9203
The CAC of Estes Park presents visual & performing arts programs all year. The CAC gallery features local to internationally renown artists in an array of mediums.
239 W. Elkhorn Ave.
Eileen Keimig, 970-586-5523
Gallery features contemporary American art glass, metal wall sculpture, hand crafted jewelry, photography and personal accessories. Noted artists: Ken Scott, William Erwin Photography, Ephraim Faience Pottery, Motawi Tiles, Lundberg Art Glass.
3. VILLAGE GOLDSMITH
235 W. Elkhorn Ave.
Karen Jirsa and Ron Monroe, 970-586-5659
The Village Goldsmith, Inc., is recognized as one of the finest jewelry studios in America today. Ron Monroe's and Karen Jirsa's combined artistry ensure continued creativity that excites their clientele worldwide. Handcrafted artistry since 1976.
4. HIGHLAND MUSIC & MINSTREL'S|
157 W. Elkhorn Ave.
Robert Keep, 970-577-9532
Featuring unique art by Jody Bergsma, Dave Delemare, Amy Brown and Nene Thomas (Fantasy Print Art); Ghost Raven (Celtic & Norse silver jewelry, Knot-work Paintings); Meyda Tiffany (Stained Glass); Jen Delyth (Celtic Knotwork & Textiles); Joel Dournel-Zanni (Celtic Knotwork woodcarving); Stonecraft Arts (Garden Statuary); Native American flutes by Gene Cope, Larry Spieler, Travis Jensen & Odell Borg; and a wide selection of Celtic, Folk and Classical Musical items.
5. ALPENGLOW IMAGES & ACCENTS
131 Virginia Drive
Richard H. Hahn, 970-577-6802
Artwork almost exclusively by local and Colorado artists. Photography, oil, acrylic, watercolor and pastel original artwork, handcrafted jewelry, pottery, stained glass, wood turning and boxes, quilt art, framed Lakota style Indian weavings and hand etched crystal.
6. IMAGES OF ROCKY MOUNTAIN NATIONAL PARK|
203a Park Lane
Erik Stensland, 970-372-5212
A gallery of fine art photography featuring one of the most extensive and inspiring collections of Rocky Mountain National Park photos to be found anywhere. Featuring the work of noted artist Erik Stensland.
7. FALL RIVER JEWELRY & COINS
356 E. Elkhorn Ave. #4
Bob & Carole Fixter, 970-586-4367
Featuring vintage and antique artworks & rare documents. Art glass, pottery, porcelain, bronze, etc. Large selection of fine antique jewelry, diamonds & colored gemstones.
8. ART CENTER OF ESTES PARK|
517 Big Thompson
Deeva Dailey, 970-586-5882
The Art Center's gallery features original artwork in a broad range of media, produced exclusively by Colorado artists who also staff the gallery. The non-profit organization also offers a variety of art classes year-round for both adults and children.
9. ESTES PARK MUSEUM
200 Fourth Street
Derek Fortini,, 970-586-6256
A division of the Community Services department of the Town of Estes Park, the Museum collects, interprets and preserves local history, as well as presents exhibits, programs and events, for the education and benefit of residents and visitors of all ages.
10. THE OLD GALLERY|
14863 Hwy 7, Allenspark
(15 miles south of EP) 303-747-2089
Non-profit arts and welcoming center featuring works by local artists: Dan D'Amico, oils; Kristin DeSantis, metal sculpture; Weldon Lee and Tom Andrews photographs, Joyanne Matthes, stained glass; Cheryl Pennington, hand-colored black & white photos. Art classes and open painting studio. Staffed by volunteers and artists. Open weekends 11 AM - 4:00 PM
11. WANDS STUDIO GALLERY|
710 Laurel Road
Come by and view landscape paintings of Rocky Mt. National Park, Estes Valley, as well as realistic to abstract subjects. Small to large scale works are available by Robert Wands and his late father Alfred Wands, the Dean of Colorado Landscape Painters. A variety of prints, giclees, hand-pulled serigraphs for sale. Working artist studio 11 AM to 5 PM Thurs. - Sun. or call ahead any day for an appointment.