Marilyn creates glass coaster sets (4" x 4") for $38, and glass trays (8 1/2" x 8 1/2") for $46. She creates a wide variety of patterns and colors, so ask for details about current selections!
Marilyn also creates stained glass pieces. The iris piece is 16" long and 13" wide and $150. The blue piece is 25" in diameter and is $300.
From left to right: the lilac color burst is 4" tall at its highest point, and 7" at its widest point, and is $60. The fish is 6 1/2" tall at its highest point, 8 1/2" at its widest point, and is $50.00. The orange glass heart is 3 1/2" tall and is $65. The yellow selenium color burst is also 4" x 7" and $65. The multi-colored heart is 3" tall and $60. The purple and red vase bowl is 14" at its highest point and is $120. The large vase is 21" tall and $325, and the small vase is 10 1/2" tall and $60.
John Callenbach Stained Glass "Swan" (27" x 14") $295.00, framed with Antique Oak. John also creates original pastels, check him out under the "Painters" section!
Ron and Linda Duckworth
On the left is the large hummingbird $13, the columbine is $18, the hummingbird with the flower is $12, and the medium sized hummingbird is $10. The Duckworths live and work in Estes Park.
Mavro's glass fish, plates and coasters burst with color.
Hershel Cannon In 1962 Mr. Cannon received his BS degree in Mathematics and Art from Southeastern State University in Oklahoma. He has has a successful career using his mathematics background which included teaching, computer programming, and entrepeneurial activities. Mr. Cannon has never lost his passion for creating art and has experiemented with a number of mediums through the years. He is now combining his lifelong fascination with wildlife with his knack for visualizing objects in three dimensions to produce striking bronze sculptures. "Georgetown Ram" (4" high) Bronze $195. "Rocky Mountain Royalty" (12" high) Bronze $900.
Jim Stevens Scrimshaw American Scrimshaw dates back to at least 100-200 AD in North America, long before the sailors of the 1800's popularized the art form. Native cultures invented this style of art and it is one of just a handful of truly original American art forms. Scrimshaw is not a drawing. This art is created by incising thousands of tiny holes in the surface of mammoth ivory. These holes are then carefully filled with pigment to create the shading and images you see. "Jerusalem Cross" (2 1/2 cm) $325.00 "Above the Pines" (soaring eagle) (3 1/2 cm) $150.00
Syl Lobato Syl lives in Pagosa Springs, Colorado, but has spent many years in the ranch lands of Oregon and the Southwest Desert of Arizona which has afforded her a wide spectrum of landscapes and wildlife. Syl holds a degree in Art from ICS, but she is basically self-taught. Most of her works are in private collections here and abroad.
"Hummer" (9" x 6") $150.00
"The Hunter" (13" x 8") $325.00
"White Buffalo" (12" x 9") $325.00
Syl pieces are painted on agate rock, jasper, marble, and petrified wood. All prices include a custom metal stand.
John Loftus Elk and Wood Wine Stoppers Each of John's wine stoppers are approximately 5" long. The wood stoppers are $24.00 and the elk are $26.00. John also creates wood vases and lamps, check out his work under the "Woodturners" section.
Diana Zweygardt Diana uses wool from her sheep and nature's fibers from linen, cotton, blossoming flowers, leaves, dried grasses, and dead twigs. She has entered into the ritualized gathering, preserving, and transforming of nature's raw materials. Her weavings are visual images of change and impermanence, connecting the stuff of nature to the natural rhythms and transformations in human life. Diana's weavings come in a variety of colors, with various flowers. Please ask about current selections. They range in price from $45.00 to $60.00 and are about 14" wide and 19" long (not including fringe).
Eric Redding Eric designs and produces Prairie Bouquets made from nearly 100% Colorado grown grasses and plants. The grasses are harvested where they grow wild and the flowers come from local gardens. They are then hand-woven. Eric has been a weaver since 1975 and lives in Loveland, Colorado. The red weaving is 4" wide and 24" long and is $30.00 The purple weaving is 24" wide and 16" long and is $60.00 Eric creates a wide variety of weavings, with many different colors and sizes. Prices range from $30.00 to $125.00
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