Art Galleries in the Wet Mountain Valley
The Wet Mountain Valley may be known for its scenic beauty, but many fine artists and galleries exist within the region too. Discover all the art of the Wet Mountain Valley and be inspired by the treasures you find.
Working primarily with pencils, Andy Mast has developed a high craftmanship of drawing over the years. Taking from his Amish upbringing, he instills his faith and love of horses into his art. After suffering a traumatic brain injury at a young age, he has found strength in his drawing throughout the years. Andy lives in Westcliffe and his work can be seen at the Pencil Passions Working Studio Gallery.
A native of Colorado, Michael Arterburn works in many different mediums, including painting, pottery, and sculpture. His passion for the people, wildlife, and landscapes of the Rocky Mountains directly influences his work. Visit his work at the Arterburn Fine Art Gallery in Westcliffe and online at Etsy.
Visit Brookwood Gallery in Westcliffe to see the work of Gerald, Lorie, and Elizabeth Merfeld. Their work is rooted in painting and photography and heavily influenced by nature.
Co-owners Curt Gillespie and Linnea Laurila host Colorado artists in a fashionable space. Here you can see regional artists with artwork in traditional media. A studio and classroom at the gallery double as a space for events and workshops. Visit them in Westcliffe at Greenstone Artworks.
Cheryl Swartz & Karen LeBlond
A master of gold and silver, Cheryl Swartz designs pieces with gemstones and handmade Roman chains. Along with her original designs, she can create custom pieces as well. Visit her shop in Westcliffe to see her work as well as pottery from Karen LeBlond.
K2 Gallery Arts is owned and operated by Kim Faiella Townsend, a painter and educator of the arts. Visit the Gallery to see her work as well as commission your own piece. Find many other artists featured here as well and be inspired by the beautiful displays of original fine art.
3rd Street Gallery
The Sangres Art Guild is a non-profit organization committed to helping the visual arts in the Wet Mountain Valley. Sangres Art Guild sponsors 3rd Street Gallery with its on-going calendar of fine art shows and receptions featuring recent works of budding and seasoned local and neighboring community artists.
Wild Iris Gallery
Reopening in the Spring, the Wild Iris Gallery features pottery, unique gifts, metal sculptures, jewelry, and more. Visit them at their new location on Main Street.
Check out Wisecup Originals, where you can find handcrafted wood furniture, mantels, tables, chairs, and outdoor patio furniture.