Steamboat Arts & Crafts
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This Saturday, the Work of Human Hands Bazaar will be back in its original location at the Holy Name Catholic Church to offer items from vendors around the world.
Dozens of youngsters turned out Sunday afternoon for the Old Town Hot Springs' annual Pumpkin Float.
First Friday Artwalk listings for October 3, 2014 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
On Saturday afternoon a creative display of cranes decorated the lawn of the Bud Werner Memorial Library for the Crane Yard Art event held in conjunction with the Yampa Valley Crane Festival.
With a funky retro flare for urban art, 18 year old artist, Jessica Miller creates with intention to show her true colors. For the month of September her work of feminine beauty and astronomy inspired art will be showcased at Urbane.
A four-day event celebrating the world's oldest living species of bird kicks off Thursday with dozens of activities planned through the weekend.
Two world-renowned fiber artists, Dayid Taylor and Sue Spargo, came to Steamboat Springs this week for the 2014 Rocky Mountain Quilting Adventure workshop at The Steamboat Grand.
For the first time in more than two years, Laura Wait is back at the Circle 7 Fine Art gallery as the featured artist for the September First Friday Artwalk.
First Friday Artwalk listings for September 5, 2014 from 5 p.m. to 8 p.m.
The new location and focus of the Yampa Art Stroll infuse new energy into the event that celebrates the fine arts.
Art Steamboat has the potential to change an artist's life but also put Steamboat on the map as a fine arts destination.
Featured artists from around the world will have work on display this Friday at the Steamboat Art Museum.
Throughout the course of the 1970’s, ornately decorated balloons in the sky were a mystifying spectacle. It was a rarity, yet a sight to be seen back in the day.
For award winning glass artist, Bobbi Vischi, she specializes in Kilnformed and Flameworked glass, she creates large sculptural forms as well as wall art and vessels.
With an art scene that continues to blossom with the passing of every year, the Art on the Mountain event is evidence to the fact there is more to Steamboat than what meets the eye.