"Italian Pottery"

Andrée Ferguson Andrée's career as an artist has evolved over time from studio and plein air painting on canvas, to painting on glassware.  While she still enjoys creating beautiful paintings that evoke a sense of nostalgia, she finds it immensely gratifying turning an every- day item, such as a wineglass, into a useful piece of art.  Working from her studio in Parker, she draws inspiration for her glassware from the colorful Colorado landscape. Andrée is a member of the Parker Artists Guild (PAG), and chairperson for the PAG children's art programs Lessons & Lemonade and Teen Art Studio.


Amy Hutto Art has always been part of Amy’s life.  Her father took painting lessons when she was a small child and she would go along to watch.  As a young adult, she became Amy an art teacher in the Austin,Texas public school system teaching elementary and middle school art. Twenty-three years later she found herself on a new adventure to live in Colorado. She began to focus on her art and found a passion in acrylics and mixed-media. She gravitates toward bold color and texture with layers. The subject matter is often nature, her favorite tree, Aspen, botanicals and landscapes. She’s continually trying new techniques, experimenting with color and trying to create something that never existed before.

"Floating Aspens"

Jane Yamada Jane has developed a unique approach to creating her aspen art. She incorporates “floating leaves” into her work by utilizing a variety of elements that create a dimensional aspect, which sets her work apart from other artists. Before moving to Colorado, she enjoyed a busy career as a commercial artist in Los Angeles. She has found that Colorado offers a much calmer lifestyle, as well as the opportunity to enjoy experiencing the change of seasons and the ability to readily access the natural beauty in areas like Rocky Mountain National Park – which has provided a wealth of inspiration for her work.


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