Cactus art by Chris Brandt, created at Drawing Club. The Roaring Fork Drawing Club meets weekly on Tuesdays at 6:30 p.m. Their next gathering, on Nov. 15 will be in partnership with Seed Peace at Craft Coffeehouse. Artists will be invited to draw the squash that will be auctioned off for the Seed Peace fundraising event on the following Thursday. Courtesy art
Your creativity counts By Just Jim
It’s on the wall Down Main Street Everywhere you look Creativity abounds
Dream Induction Technologies Corporation (DITC) had established an incredible record of success since its creation in 2041. The company was founded by Jay Skillton-Adams, the neuroscientist who initially developed and commercialized the dream induction process.
Local artist Wewer Keohane's "Breakfast in Japan #16" (pictured) was selected for exhibition in the Museo Diocesan San Matteo in Rome, Italy. The Arte Borgo Gallery curated the exhibition, which runs through Sept. 17. "I am really honored to have my work included in this ancient Museum," Keohane wrote to The Sopris Sun. Courtesy image
Notes in The Pocket By Tom Mercer
Zachary Gene Smithson led a solitary sort of life in a very small town in Central Illinois. Zachary was born there, just as his parents had been, and he knew nearly everybody in town by name. That was no major…
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Every day, my beautiful border collie Jack and I slowly walk up Red Mountain for our morning meditation. He smells the bushes and walks, stride for stride with me, as I recite the beautiful poem from Tich Nhat…
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“Crown of the Valley” (Oil on Canvas, 36 x 26 inches) was painted by Brett Scheifflee. He started as an “emerging artist” with Ann Korologos Gallery in 2012 when he was living in the Roaring Fork Valley. A decade later, he is nationally renowned for his tightly-painted, highly-detailed landscapes. His work is on display at the Ann Korologos Gallery in "Off the Beaten Path", a group exhibition depicting nature through abstraction and mood, with other paintings and mixed media art by Michael Kessler, Deborah Paris, Allison Stewart and Marie Figge Wise.
Another Labor Day By Linda Helmich
Charles Hastings hoisted the flag into position on the post of his front porch, same as he’d done hundreds of times before. Just as it unfurled, the wind picked up “Old Glory” and snapped her a few times.…
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