A Passion For Art


What is an “artist”? This questions has been asked and answered for centuries, and still the answer can be evasive. St. Francis of Assisi said, “He works with his hands is a laborer. He who works with his hands and mind, is a craftsman. He who works with his hands, his mind, and his heart, is an artist!”

We here at Colorado Art Studios, belong to that tribe called “artists”, and continually strive to perfect our inner skills, and work to higher and higher levels. We gain satisfaction in sharing our love and learning of art with others, be they inspiring artists, or followers and connoisseurs of the visual arts.

With oils, acrylics, pastels, watercolors and glass, we hope we will be able to give you a pleasurable experience.

 

 

What We Offer

 

 

Art Sales – From oil, to pastel, watercolor to glass, we have beautiful pieces ready to be taken home and proudly adorn your walls. Buy directly from the artists.                                     Commissions – Portraits, Pets, that memorable vacation experience, captured in oil or other medium. Hang it on your wall or give as a gift with pride.                                             Framing – Our custom framing studio can transform that cherished photo or work of a relative into a treasured piece of art. Framing by artists, done with the eye and care of artists at prices below those of the chains.                                                                             Instruction – From individual tutoring to training in a Classical Atelier, regardless of your skill level, we can provide instruction drawing, painting, pastels and glass.               Workspace – We occasionally have workspace openings, if you are interested, get on our wait list to join our group of dedicated artists.

 

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Whether you’re looking for a budget friendly piece to complement your decor, or want to invest in a “future Van Gogh”, buying a piece of art can be a fun and satisfying experience.

Ask yourself some basic questions as you browse art: Do I love this piece? Will it fit into the space where I want to display it, both aesthetically and physically? Is it pleasing to me? Am I buying for investment or for personal pleasure? Would this be a thoughtful and wonderful gift?  Look for something that fits your taste and will give you or someone else lasting pleasure. Consider a commission of a special moment in yours or a loved ones life.