Arts Longmont

Artists Gallery

 

Angelo Ambrosia
Gallery —  Angelo’s creative life began under the instruction of his father, Alphonse Ambrosia. These first acquired skills, woodworking, photography, and black and white film processing laid a firm foundation for what would become a never ending fascination with creating beautiful art. As a young man, Angelo began working with clay. He learned to use […]...Learn more

Grahame Atkinson
Gallery — Grahame Atkinson is a multi-faceted artist working in a variety of media: terra cotta, raku-fired ceramic and bronze, as well as drawing and painting.  His pieces are inspired by his Celtic background and, as such, are rich in color and design. Growth and the cyclical nature of life are recurring themes in his work […]...Learn more

Rita Belz
Artist Registry — Painting is a personal journey for me. Color is everything. It allows me to transform my imagination onto each canvas. It’s explorative and creative. It’s original and fresh. It can take you where ever your imagination travels. Each painting is different. I do on occasion paint from one of my own photographs, […]...Learn more

Ana Maria Botero
Gallery & Artist Registry — “My purpose with every piece of art is to catch the eye, intrigue the mind and capture the observer. “ Ana Maria Botero is a woman, wife, mother, architect and artist. She was born in Bogota, Colombia, where she lived and worked on architecture until 2001 when life brought her […]...Learn more

Sara L. Broers Brown
Gallery — My mixed media collages and quilted wall hangings are my expression of my intuitive voice. My subject matter ranges from landscapes featuring the Rocky Mountains to visual narrative pieces dealing with women’s issues. My mixed media paintings and quilted wall hangings, though varied in media and subject matter, illustrate a cohesive style through […]...Learn more

Ginny Cash
Gallery — I have been involved in ceramics ever since taking a local recreation center class that captured me so much I dropped out of law school.  I jumped into clay full time and became a production studio potter from 1974 to 1982, concentrating on functional work primarily from high fire porcelain clay.  During that […]...Learn more

Nancy Champion
Artist Registry — Nature inspires my paintings with acrylic and watercolor paint. As an artist and art educator, I love the joy of creating art and sharing it with others. Art allows me the ability to freeze time and keep the memory of a place, a flower or a moment. As an artist I am captivated by color […]...Learn more

Jonathon Clarke
Gallery & Artist Registry — Nature and natural light are common themes in my photographs. I enjoy exploring the textures and patterns in nature and conveying what I see into a photographic image. I have images in my mind that I am still seeking to find in nature. I started taking pictures in the summer […]...Learn more

Terry Crook
Gallery — I have been a ceramic artist for over forty years. Although I started out as mainly a functional potter, much of my current work is decorative. My work recently has focused on several alternative firing techniques including saggar firing, raku, horsehair, and pit firing.The serendipitous nature of these firings models the art we […]...Learn more

Mary E. B. Diamond
Gallery and Artist Registry —    As many creative people say: I have been an artist my whole life. I love to see, touch, smell and enjoy nature, so i apply it to canvas so others can see my experience through their own eyes. As a child I was the one you had to go […]...Learn more

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