My Creative World…

Rocky Mountain High

I just got back from a ski vacation in Breckenridge, CO. I think I’ve had my fill of snow for the next couple of years. Here is a photo of our motley crew ready to brave the blizzard and one of dear hubby and myself on the mainstreet of Breckenridge. Last is a photo of the winner of the snow sculpture contest there. The title is Old Man Winter. Saturday I walked through town and visited several galleries. My favorite was the Huneck Gallery of Breckenridge. The gallery is full of pet art. It features the art of Steven Huneck and D D Larue along with various other artists. They are both so prolific and their art is humorous and inspiring. I also visited Arts Alive the local artists’ co-op gallery. There was a nice variety of different media and I had an interesting conversation with the lady working there about precious metal clay techniques, my next new medium to try. Then I went into the Fox Ridge Gallery that specializes in art glass. I bought a beautiful pair of earrings made of dicroic glass. A trip like that gets my creative juices flowing again. Now if I just had time to create uninterupted.

3 Responses to “Rocky Mountain High”

  1. this looks like it was fun.

  2. I like dd larues work, it looks like it was fun to see. I think the crested homeless dog funny, in a sad sort of way. It seems like it is a quiet sort of political statement.

  3. Larue is the president for an association that finds homes for orphaned cresteds. That one was probably a promotion for that organization.

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