Artworks Blog

2014 in review

Even though we’re newbies – started our blog in November – we love being able to talk to you on a new channel.  We hope you will continue to follow, share, comment, make suggestions, etc.  Happy New Year!  -The Artworks Crew The stats helper monkeys prepared a 2014 annual report for this blog. Here’s… read more

Artist Reception: Friday, 19th, 6:30-8:30 pm

You are invited: Artist Reception this Friday December 19, 6:30-8:30 pm, talk at 7 pm Join us for art, music, and light refreshments. Featured exhibit: Cerulean, Main Gallery Tedi Jensen and Aimee Pickar Also featuring music by Taggart & Silas: refreshments provided by Fresh Plate Catering & Mrs. Torrelli’s Wine Flat:   A big thank you… read more

Equinox Pewter Ornaments Sold at Artworks Loveland, $29 ea.

  The sculpture “Equinox,” was installed Sept. 25, 2014 at the junction of U.S. Highway 34 and Interstate 25.  Loveland artists Jack Kreutzer, Doug Erion and Doug Rutledge featured three steel horses, each 24 feet long and 12 feet high, on a 96-foot-long stretch of railroad track perched on 35-foot-tall steel columns.  The horses are inspired… read more

Artworks Loveland Holiday Market

The Holiday Market is approaching. Join us on December 12th from 6-9 pm to enjoy holiday cello music from Fretless, refreshments, art, and some fabulous deals on works by the artists. Some featured deals include: Bob Campagna: 1) Rocky Mountain National Park commemorative fine art posters, 16×20, $10 2) Original b/w fine art photographs 3)… read more

What is Art? – A perspective from Ronda Stone

G. Mark asked me what my answer is to “What is Art”.  Of course it is hard to come up with a response to that question.  So I thought about it overnight and came up with this one sentence: “Your piece has to go beyond technical accomplishment, move into new territory, show creative thinking, and evoke… read more

Walking With Ghosts: A Deeper Look

Walking With Ghosts A Study of Abandonment Photographs by Robert Campagna What defines the “last moment,” when a couch could be set randomly in a field? Who flipped the final switch to shut down turbines? Who was the last grocery customer, and what was purchased? Who last drew water from the pump, or finally shut… read more

‘Cerulean’ exhibit opening this Friday

Join us on November 14 from 6-9 pm for the opening reception for our main gallery exhibit, ‘Cerulean’ featuring artists Tedi Jensen and Aimee Pickar. Also featured will be our hall exhibit, ‘Walking With Ghosts’ by Bob Campagna and an interactive installation, ‘Falling Up’ by Abbie Powers and Denny Haskew. It’s sure to be a… read more

Artworks Artist – Kayo Peeler

Artist Statement: These paintings of Halloween costumes, hanging in their bags, on the rack, inside a Halloween or party store. I paint things that intrigue me, usually because what I am looking at triggers questions within myself. Then I attempt to answer my own questions, through the creative process. These images are not photoshopped, collaged… read more