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Painting by Joy Keown 2013 Artist in Residence

Painting by Joy Keown
2013 Artist in Residence

Living Bronze Gallery

Victor Issa creates exquisitely life-like sculptures made of bronze.

157 W. Elkhorn Avenue
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.376669 -105.522343
Mystic Mountain Gallery & Gifts

Jewelry designs by Dianka and inspirational quotes written by Mary Radmacher

410 E. Elkhorn Avenue
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3772059 -105.5216651
Images of Rocky Mountain National Park

Gallery focused on Rocky Mountain photos by Erik Stensland

203 Park Lane
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3774019 -105.5217119
Aspen & Evergreen Gallery

A unique mountain gallery featuring the photography of James Frank and more than 50 Colorado & Estes Park Artists.

356 E Elkhorn Ave
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3771654 -105.5183316
Wild Spirits Gallery

Wildlife and Nature Art - prints, photographs, and figurines

148 W. Elkhorn Avenue
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3772059 -105.5216651
Reily Fine Art

American Paintings & Sculpture

430 E. Elkhorn Avenue
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3775557 -105.5177178
Alpenglow Images & Accents

Featuring Richard H. Hahn Photography as well as gifts, home decor, jewelry and antiques

145 E. Elkhorn Ave., Park Place Mall
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
36.8817869 -76.3078842
Historic Fall River Hydroplant

Hydroplant was built by F.O. Stanley to power his famous Stanley Hotel in 1909.  Open summer, Tuesday to Sunday afternoons, otherwise by appointment.

1754 Fish Hatchery Road
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3995559 -105.584458
Patterson Glassworks Studio & Gallery
323 W. Elkhorn Avenue
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3765207 -105.5283539
Greg Steiner Gallery
205 Virginia Drive
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3772059 -105.5216651
Golden Leaf Gallery
145 E. Elkhorn Avenue
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3772059 -105.5216651

The galleries feature paintings, jewelry, art glass, photography, woodworking, weavings, ceramics, sculpture, metal art and much more!

360 E. Elkhorn Avenue
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3772059 -105.5216651
Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park

The Cultural Arts Council of Estes Park enhances the quality and accessibility of visual and performing arts for people of all ages.

423 W. Elkhorn Ave
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3763132 -105.5294802
Wands Art Studio

Colorado Landscape Artist - open from June to September

710 Laurel Road
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3671967 -105.555744
Reliance Fire Museum

A collection of American Firefighting pieces that tell the story of a fight that continues today - firefighters using modern technology to combat the final decision of mother nature when fire strikes.

460 Elm Road
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.370931 -105.541605
John Lynch Woodworking

Hand-made wood crafts including bowls, utensils, candle holders, lamps, decorative vases and more.

180 Chalet Ridge Ct.
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.336321 -105.524723
Art Center of Estes Park

Original Art by Regional Artists

517 Big Thompson Ave.
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3784715 -105.5161186
Artifacts Gallery

A variety of unique pottery, paintings, metalwork, jewelry, vintage prints, wood carvings, and hand tied flies

165 Virginia Drive
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3775055 -105.5223603
Estes Park Museum

The Museum collects, interprets and preserves local history, as well as presents exhibits, programs and events, for the education and benefit of residents and visitors of all ages.

200 Fourth Street
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3752297 -105.5045476
Wynbrier, Ltd. Wildlife Gallery

Estes Park's Oldest and most Unique Wildlife Gallery

238 E. Elkhorn Avenue
Estes Park
CO
80517
USA
40.3772059 -105.5216651

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Art in the Park

Six artists have been selected for the summer 2014 Artist-in-Residence Program at Rocky Mountain National Park.

The artists selected along with their art medium are:  Wildlife painter Dustin Van Wechel from Gilbert, Arizona; Visual artist Trine Bumiller from Denver, Colorado; Storyteller and writer John Stansfield from Monument, Colorado; Photographer Michael Lang; Painter and art teacher Jessica Bryant from Coeur D'Alene, Idaho; and Photographers James and Jenny Tarpley from Marion, North Carolina.

Artists are given two-week residencies at the William Allen White cabin from June through September.  During their stay at the park, artists share their vision in two public presentations. These presentations are held on Wednesday evenings at 7:30 p.m. at the Beaver Meadows Visitor Center auditorium through September 4

For a specific schedule and to learn more about these 2014 artists in residence click on this link.

Artists have had a long-standing impact on the formation, expansion and direction of our country’s national parks.    All of these artists translate the national park’s purpose, as a place of pleasure and preservation, into images which bring others enjoyment and a deeper understanding of the parks some may never visit.

Rocky Mountain National Park’s Artist-In-Residence program provides artists the opportunity to become a part of a long established tradition of artists in our national parks, and will produce works that will help celebrate Rocky Mountain National Park's 100 year anniversary in 2015.

Rocky Mountain Conservancy