2018 Members' Show

2018 Members' Show

JANUARY 19, 2018 - APRIL 22, 2018

Foothills Art Center is pleased to host a yearly exhibition featuring the diverse artistic talents and techniques of artist members. The FAC exhibition staff will jury artwork to select an exhibition that features engaging and creative content along with the highest level of craftsmanship. Always growing, this is the first show of the year in the East Gallery; a fantastic opportunity to display work of yours if you never have before!

Exhibiting artist members include:

Charlotte Bassin

Carolyn Berry

Betsy Buckner

Lynn Burnes

Andi Burnum

Lisa Calzavara

Becky Chapman

Barb Chiarella

Jay Clawson

Betsy Cole

Kathy Cranmer

Debb Cusick

Vivienne Douglas

Doug Felkley

Kathy Fisher

Tara Flores

Pam Fortner

Diana Fox

Gale Gatto

William Gee

Shirley Gist

Janis Goldblatt

Susan Gordon

Jesse Guess

Heather Hanson

David Hawley

Chris Herald

Nicholas Hullibarger

Robert Hyatt

Patricia Joy

Susan Judy

Karen Kirkpatrick

Sue Labate

Melinda Laz

Julie Leidel

James Malenda

James Matera

Lori Mattina

Kate McCabe

Laura Mcelfresh

Chuck McGee

Matthew McLellan

Johanna Morrell

Bruce Nall

Thomas Nasky

Lynn Nebergall

Ellen Nelson

Mattie O

Katherine Payge

Renee  Peterson

Erika Pochybova 

Nancy  Priest

Maria Ramsdale

Paul Rizzo

Richard Rodriguez

Bobbi Rubingh

Carol Schroeder

Elizabeth Shelton

Robin Shinn

James  Smith

Kandy  Stern

T.E. Stewart

Carla Stoltzfus

Helene Strebel

Tomiko Takeda

Robyn  Thayer

Lana Turner

Jacquie Vaux

Patricia Warner

Carol Weir

Denise Whittaker-Hoar

Jenny Wilson



JANUARY 19, 2018 - APRIL 1, 2018

This will be the 5th year for our partnership with art instructors from Jefferson County School District. Working closely with Roy Anneberg, of Carmody Middle School, exhibition staff has organized a show where the teachers of our district have the opportunity to submit work from two exemplary K-12 students. The Power of Process highlights the creative process of each student who participates as a through line for such a diverse body of work. The opening reception is joined with the opening for our Members’ Show, creating a night of celebration the thriving arts community surrounding FAC.

43rd Holiday Art Market

43rd Holiday Art Market

November 9th - December 30th

Featuring the creations of over 100 local Colorado artists working in the highest
standards of handcraft, including fine ceramics, fiber, glasswork, jewelry, paintings,
woodworking, photography, holiday items, and more, HART is a “cool” holiday art
market and an ideal shopping destination for unique gifts! 

This is the 43 rd Annual Holiday Art Market, making this one of the most long-running
holiday art markets. HART, which opens November 10 and runs through December
30, offers free admission and is open 7 days a week!

Street Fonts & Funk

Street Fonts & Funk

August 10 - October 15


Jolt has been creating his vibrant paintings on the walls of Denver for over 20 years. Vibrant public art, commercial graffiti, abstract expressionism and illustrative characters; his body of work is as broad as it is exciting. He’s spent decades honing his style and exploring new compositions in a wide variety of environments. His studio, in the Sunnyside neighborhood of Denver, is where he works and shows his art. This exhibition represents another step forward for the artist in a long established career. In an all-new body of work, he seeks to find the limits of abstraction while displaying his signature mastery. Viewers can expect a wide variety of work, as well as some gigantic murals, created right in our gallery! 

This exhibition represents a massive amount of effort. An entirely new body of work generated by a master of his craft is on display. The work is filled with movement, passion, and precision. The exhibition has a member-only preview on Thursday, August 10, 2017 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. The exhibit opens to the public on August 11th and will be on view through October 15th.

 Finished Murals in Gallery

Finished Murals in Gallery


Variations on Growth: Ben Butler

Variations on Growth: Ben Butler

May 12 - July 23

Variations on Growth


Variations on Growth: Ben Butler is generously sponsored by Linda and Terry Stevinson.

Ben Butler is a prolific artist, with a unique organic style. Largely process driven, he and his assistants work fluidly as they allow the procedure of cutting wood and foam into organic shapes and molds to inform the final product. The outcome is surprising and awesome in both scale and intricacy. He constructs massive installations from wood, foam and concrete. This show displays a wide variety of his work including outdoor installations, extremely large room-sized unique constructions and some new pieces never before seen.

The art in this show highlights shapes inspired by the natural world. The laws of nature mold the development of all the creations in its domain. Inspired, Ben develops regimented processes to guide the growth of his artwork. The task begins with an impulse. These complex forms are an exercise in play and exploration of the material. Ben, like nature, does not have a final product in mind as he works. He is reactionary and present in each step of construction.



April 24th - June 25th 

Colorado Watercolor Society State Watercolor Exhibit

Join Foothills Art Center to celebrate the 26th Annual Colorado Watercolor Society (CWS) State Watercolor Exhibition, an annual juried exhibition from watermedia artists from Colorado.

The Colorado Watercolor Society has grown over the decades and now counts over four hundred members. Their membership represents a wide range of experience levels, from beginners to experts, from amateurs and hobbyists to seasoned professionals, including nationally and internationally acclaimed artists. Painting styles, subject matter and media are equally varied, encompassing traditional, representational transparent watercolor, more contemporary, experimental and abstract watercolor.

Colorado Watercolor Society 2017 State Exhibition is generously sponsored by John Puma, LIV Sotheby’s International Realty.  “It’s a great honor to sponsor the Colorado Watercolor Society exhibit here at Foothills Art Center.   At Foothills Art Center we love to give the local Golden and greater Colorado artist a place to showcase their works.  I look forward to working on this and future exhibits here at Foothills as we strive to continuously enrich our community through the arts.”

The exhibitions kicked off with a member-only preview on Thursday, April 20, 2017 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. On view through June 25th 2017.

Exhibiting Artists are: 

Cheryl Annett

Ann Arensmeyer

Tanis Bula

Greg Chapleski

Diane Fechenbach

Paul Foster

Nancy Dee

Susan Gordon

Pat Foster

Jay Breese

Robert Gray

Steve Griggs

Pamela Gilmore Hake

Larry Haught

Pamela Hostetler

Betty Jaggers



Deborah Jansen

Bronwen Jones

Susan Kane

Naum Katsenelson

Jimmy Magouirk

Carol Marander

Barbara McAdams

Pam McLaughlin

Donna Malpiede McNulty

Kay Moore

Monique Moore

Georgia Mucilli

Carol Newsom

Philip Newsom

Tom Newsom

Barbara Olsen

Judy Porzak

Lisa Rettedal

Jill Riggin

Marijane Sharpe

Becky Silver

Lou Ann Sosalla

Kandice Starbuck

Rita Summers

Beatrice Trautman

Don Van Horn

Lorraine Watry

David Wicks

Merrie Wicks

Dianne Widom

Marylouise Widmaier

Anita Winter

Judy Witherell

Gene Youngman



April 27th - June 4th

Photography as Activism and Poetry of Witness: A Dialogue Between Forms

Photography has long been used to create social and environmental awareness and drive change. The image exposes what we see and guides us towards a place of greater understanding and respect for one another. As activists armed with a camera we reveal a greater story.
Poetry of witness situates the writer’s lens in our public spaces revealing the consequences of experience. The testimony becomes indelible as image and evidence. Poets, working with the photographs as inspiration, find their voices and bear witness to foster awareness as the story grows beyond the canvas and the page.

Sponsored by
Humanities, Arts & Social Sciences
Hennebach Program in the Humanities
Colorado School of Mines 

Photo by: Vy Duong



The Power of Process, A Jeffco Student Exhibition, February 3rd - April 2nd 

Members' Show February 3rd - April 23rd

Foothills Art Center proudly presents the 2017 Members’ Show and

The Power of Process, A Jeffco Student Exhibition showcasing their outstanding community.

FAC artist members have been the foundation of the institution since 1968.  From the earliest years through the late 1980’s, Foothills Art Center featured art-work by members in an annual exhibition. Presenting over 70 works of art in a variety of media, Foothills is excited to feature works from their members from all over the United States. Juried by Foothills Art Centers’ exhibition staff, the selection highlights engaging and creative content along with the highest level of craftsmanship.

Engaging in the community is a point of pride for Foothills Art Center, so in addition to the Members’ Show, The Power of Process, A Jeffco Student Exhibition is a great way to see the variety of work from kids in kindergarten through 12th grade. "Our goal has always been to provide students with a professional atmosphere to exhibit their work," says Exhibitions manager, Eriq Hochuli. "The size restrictions are no more and emphasis is placed on the creative journey that students travel to create their work."

The exhibitions kick off with a member-only preview on Thursday, February 2, 2017 from 6:00-8:00 p.m. 

From watercolor to wood and abstraction to realism, the art members of Foothills Art Center display a diversity of talent.  

Exhibiting artist members include:

Heba Barazi

Mary Beth Beach

Carolyn  Berry

Sharon Brown

Gerri Calpin

Lisa Calzavara

Jan R Carson

Becky Chapman

Jay Clawson

Nancy Condit

Nicole Copel

Kathy Cranmer

Lisa Davis

Barbara Diehl

Courtney Dobeck

Vivienne Douglas

Pam Fortner

William Gee

Janis Goldblatt

David Hawley

Becky Hawley

Chris Herald

Jen Herling

Christine Jarvis




EunKyung Jeong

Patricia Joy

Susan Judy

Phillippa Lack

Joseph Lhotka

James Matera

M.P. McAuliffe

Teri McCans

Georgene  McGonagle

Anna Mead

Kathy Mitchell-Garton

Bruce Nall

Ellen Nelson

Carol Newsom

Daryl Nickel

Nikki Nienhuis

Janet Nunn

Mattie O

Cathy Pennak

Dave Powers

Nancy Priest

Beth Riser

Richard Rodriguez

Patricia Rucker

Max Ruppeck

Ryan Schellhorn

Carol Schroeder

Elizabeth Shelton

Peggy Stenmark

Carla Stoltzfus

Tina Suszynski

Tomiko Watada Takeda

Carolyn Tegeder

Gwen Thelen

W. Max Thomason

Beatrice Trautman

Lana Turner

Lynda Tygart

Kathryn Vinson

Carol Weir

Denise Whittaker-Hoar

David Wicks

Merrie Wicks

Jennifer Wilson

Jenny Wilson

Nancy Wylie

Gene Youngmann

Laurajane Zimmer-Reed

Holiday Art Market

Holiday Art Market

November 11th - December 30th

Foothills Art Center opens its 42rd year of HART, the premier venue for local handmade shopping in the Denver metro area. HART is an exceptional event showcasing over 100 local artists, while supplying visitors a wide range of prices and unique items to buy during the holiday season. Admission is free to the public and it runs approximately 7 weeks making it the longest holiday show in the area, giving you plenty of opportunity to pick up those gifts for family, friends, and loved ones.

HART kicks off with a member-only preview on Thursday, November 10th from 6:00-8:00 p.m. HART will be open 7 days-a-week starting November 11 and will be open late every Thursday night until 8 pm. The market will continue through December 30th.

Foothills Art Center also provides family-friendly activities each weekend in December. Make lasting holiday memories with photos with Santa, create your own holiday cards with the kids, or gingerbread houses.


Rocky Mountain National Watermedia

Rocky Mountain National Watermedia

September 15th- October 23rd

Rocky Mountain National Watermedia is generously sponsored by Jane and Leonard Diggs, Hébert Advisory Services, and Patricia and David Rucker. Additional support provided by Golden Software, James and Terrey Harrod, Joyce and Jack Shelton, and Rosalie Silver.

“This national exhibition has a rich history of showcasing the best talent in watermedia from around the country,” says Executive Director, Hassan Najjar. “Our visitors will see an impressive array of styles on display.” 

RMNW’s annual tradition began in 1974 when local artists approached Foothills Art Center with the idea of a national watercolor show. Forty-three years later, Rocky Mountain National Watermedia has become one of the foremost watermedia exhibitions in the country.

“The Rocky Mountain National Watermedia committee, founded in the beginning, extended watercolor to watermedia,” adds Patricia Rucker, Chairperson of the RMNW Committee. “This year’s exhibition includes acrylic, tempera, casein, as well as mixed watermedia.”

The 2016 juror, internationally known artist, Katherine Chang Liu, reviewed more than 500 entries from 228 artists representing 34 states. Works that range from highly articulated realism to engaging works of abstraction in a variety of watermedia punctuate an exhibit that enthusiasts and appreciators alike will enjoy. 

Click here to see the award winners.

 Jonathan Keeton,  The Boarding House, Madrid, NM

Jonathan Keeton, The Boarding House, Madrid, NM

  Rocky Mountain National Watermedia  at Foothills Art Center

Rocky Mountain National Watermedia at Foothills Art Center

Fine Craft Invitational

Fine Craft Invitational

 Ron Gerton,  I'll Never Forget You , laser cut wood scraps, acrylic

Ron Gerton, I'll Never Forget You, laser cut wood scraps, acrylic


The Foothills Art Center is pleased to present a group exhibition of Fine Craft featuring outstanding American artists working in clay, fiber, glass, metals, and wood. The “Fine Craft Invitational” will run from June 24 – September 4, 2016 with a member preview Thursday, June 23, 2016 from 6:00-8:00 p.m.

Fine Craft is known for high quality artworks created with time-honored processes.  The techniques have been passed down throughout history from one artist to the next. Originally many of these creations were functional, which set them apart from so-called fine art works. However, in recent years, many practitioners of Fine Craft have blurred this division by using traditional craft media to express concepts or explore ideas. As a result, the line dividing Contemporary Fine Craft and Fine Art has become obscured. Form no longer needs to follow function.

  Fine Craft Invitational  at Foothills Art Center

Fine Craft Invitational at Foothills Art Center

Mastering craft techniques takes years of formal training followed my many more years to develop a personal aesthetic. Whether educated in a University or as an apprentice, those techniques are taught with a focus on fundamentals.  Most clay students are first taught how to throw a bowl, most metal students to form a ring.  Many contemporary craftspeople continue to create functional pieces. Even so, more and more students emerging from craft programs are creating conceptual, or idea-based, forms while continuing to display a reverence for the media and technique by creating work with the highest level of craftsmanship.

In recent years many craft artists have begun using traditional craft techniques to create concept based sculptural forms rather than functional objects.  This exhibition seeks to showcase some of the finest examples of this exciting change in the Fine Craft movement.  Six Artists will be featured in the show: Cleveland glass artist Brent Kee Young, San Francisco clay artist Bean Finneran, Washington State wood turner Ron Gerton, basketry artist Carol Eckert, Denver metalsmith-sculptor Ira Sherman, and Fort Collins textile artist Jan R. Carson.  Each artist will be exhibiting major bodies of their work.

Fine Craft Invitational is on view through September 4, 2016.

Mountain Standard Clay

Mountain Standard Clay

April 16 - June 12, 2016

Colorado Clay has been expanded to Mountain Standard Clay to highlight the quality and diversity of ceramic art in the region. In this exhibition visitors will see how the 27,000 year-old clay tradition is being transformed by contemporary artists who are pushing the boundaries of the medium. Ranging from the minimal to the baroque, the quirky to the elegant, the works of art in this exhibition will change your ideas about the power of clay to communicate a wide variety of ideas, concepts and attitudes. Nationally-recognized ceramics scholar Peter Held selected 39 works by 23 artists from over 225 entries to the exhibition, in addition to 4 invited artists.


K. Rhynus Cesark >
Samuel Chung >
Jason Kishell >
Claire McArdle >


Teresa Brooks >
Corie Cole >
Jay Dougan >
Carol Fennell >
Jonathan Kaplan >
Carla Kappa >
James Kelly
Carol Kliger >
Jamie Lang >
Ian Mabry
Lauren Mayer >
David Meiklejohn >
Rhett Moak
Paul F. Morris >
April Noble >
Bennett Onsager
Mike Rand >
Jerry Rhodes >
Phyllis Savage >
Heidi Somsen >
Devon Sullivan
Karl Yost >
Sheryl Zacharia >


Holiday Art Market 2015

November 14 - December 31, 2015

Join Foothills Art Center for a holiday tradition. Shop gifts by more than 80 Colorado artists working in the highest standards of handcraft. With fine ceramics, fiber, glasswork, jewelry, paintings, woodworking, photography, holiday items, and more, there’s something special for everyone to celebrate the season.

Rocky Mountain National Watermedia 2015

September 19 – October 25

Since 1974, when community watercolor artists approached then Director Marion Metsopoulos with the idea of a national watercolor show, Foothills Art Center has established its own interpretation of this exhibition by introducing “watermedia” as its emphasis. The goal was, and still is, to reach beyond the tradition of pure watercolor and embrace innovation in water-based media that now includes acrylic, casein, gouache, egg tempera, and mixed media.

Now in its 42nd year this is a perennial favorite of Foothills Art Center’s members and guests.   The exhibition will feature approximately 70 works of art by national artists working in watermedia. In 2015, the juror will be internationally renowned artist and teacher Mark Mehaffey. He will be conducting a watercolor workshop from August 4-6, 2015 at Foothills Art Center.

Exhibiting Artists

Patricia Abraham – Roseville, CA
Melissa Adkison – Novato, CA
Ruth Armitage – Oregon City, OR –
Denise Athanas – Mt. Pleasant, SC
Linda Baker – Charleston, SC
Carole Barnes – Boulder, CO –
Miles Batt, Sr – Ft. Lauderdale, FL
Joe Beckner – Lakewood, CO
Frederick Bidigare – Fenton, MI
Marilyn Bourbon – Coppell, TX
Sarah Bouwsma – Portland, OR
Jerry Bowman – Lawton, MI
Judy Boyd – Santa Fe, NM
Peggy Brown – Nashville, IN
Tanis Bula – Denver, CO
Chris Campbell – Boulder, CO
Jim Carpenter – Gainesville, FL
David Castle – Columbus, OH
Tim Collins – Laramie, WY
Kathleen Conover – Marquette, MI
Nina Cravens-Fry – Pueblo, CO
Elaine Daily-Birnbaum – Madison, WI
Gail Delger – Mckinney, TX
Pat Dews – Hobe Sound, FL
Kathleen Florance – Rockland, ME
Paul Foster – Centennial, CO
Carol Frye – Lakeland, FL
Thomas Funderburk – Starkville, MS
Laurie Goldstein-Warren – Buckhannon, WV
Peter Gooch – Bryan, OH
Steve Griggs – Centennial, CO
Pamela Gilmore Hake – Elizabeth, CO
Lynne Hardwick – Summerville, SC

Marilyn Hill – San Pablo, CA
Shelley Hull – Denver, CO
John James – Arlington, TX
Shirley Kleppe – Scottsdale, AZ
Karen Knutson – Eden Prairie, MN
Chris Krupinski – Fairfax, VA
Robbie Laird – Lake Almanor, CA
Jan Ledbetter – Williamsburg, VA
Terry Maxwell – Emporia, KS
Mark Mcdermott – Anchorage, AK
Susan Montague – Denver, CO
Kay Moore – Parker, CO
Pat Moseuk – Concord, CA
Barbara Olsen – Fort Collins, CO
Douglas Osa – Olathe, KS
Brian Paulsen – Grand Forks, ND
Gregory Porcaro – Whitewater, WI
Karen Poulson – Broomfield, CO
Claudia Roulier – Idledale, CO
Don Sayers – Niwot, CO
Darcy Scott – Bloomfield Hills, MI
Catherine Scott – Berthoud, CO
Ashley Harrison Smith – Silver Spring, MD
Carol Staub – St. Lucie West, FL
Dashuai Sun – Elmhurst, NY
Brenda Turner – Savannah, GA
Myrna Wacknov – Foster City, CA
Soon Warren – Fort Worth, TX
Chavanthop Watanakul – Sedalia, CO
Lorraine Watry – Colorado Springs, CO
David Wicks – Morrison, CO
Dianne Widom – Erie, CO
Barbara Yoerg – Las Vegas, NV

Ansel Adams: Masterworks From the Collection of the Turtle Bay Exploration Center, Redding CA

June 13 – August 30, 2015

From June 13 through August 30th the Foothills Art Center will present Ansel Adams: Masterworks, a traveling exhibition of photographs by legendary photographer Ansel Adams (1902-1984). The exhibition consists of 48 works from the Museum Set, a portfolio hand-selected by Adams to represent his best work.

The photographs presented in Ansel Adams: Masterworks reveal the importance Adams placed on the visual splendor of natural environments such as the Sierra Nevada, Yosemite Valley and New Mexico. Landmark photographs such as Monolith, the Face of Half Dome, Yosemite National Park, California and Moonrise, Hernandez, New Mexico are included in the exhibition. It is through Adams’ photographs that many Americans have come to know these places. Also on display will be examples of mountaineering photography from the late 19th century to the present from Vittorio Sella and Bradford Washburn.

This exhibition was organized by The Turtle Bay Exploration Park, Redding, CA. Exhibition tour management by Landau Traveling Exhibitions, Los Angeles, CA.

Spectacular Summits: Mountaineering Photographs by Vittorio Sella and Bradford Washburn 

To augment the exhibition and provide context for Adam’s groundbreaking photographs, Foothills Art Center, working with the American Alpine Club Library, has organized an exhibition of the historic mountaineering photographs by Vittorio Sella (1859-1943) and Bradford Washburn (1910-2007). Important early photographs of the Himalayas, including K-2 and Siniolchu by Sella from a 1909 Italian expedition are highlighted as well as breathtaking aerial photographs of Alaska and the Alps by Washburn.

This show was organized in collaboration with The Henry S. Hall American Alpine Club Library and the Bradford Washburn American Mountaineering Museum. 

Please note that no photographs, beverages or food of any kind are allowed anywhere in the main gallery.

FAC Member Show 2015

May 26 - July 10, 2015

Foothills Art Center artist members have been the foundation of the institution since 1968.  From the earliest years through the late 1980’s, Foothills Art Center featured art-work by members in an annual exhibition.   In 2014, we brought this exhibition back to our Community Gallery, and we are pleased to feature artwork by our members again this year.

This highly competitive exhibition truly showcases the very best examples of the diverse media and topics covered by artist members.  77 works of art were submitted, and only 28 were selected, representing the very best of the craftsmanship and technique as well as the subject matter chosen by the artist.

From watercolor to wood and abstraction to realism, the art members of Foothills Art Center display a diversity of talent.  Exhibiting artist members include:

Jean Brodie
Ann Caffrey
Becky Chapman
Kathy Cranmer
Charlesanna Detra
Marcie Emily
Alice Faye Conn
Michael Gabridge
Gale Gatto
David B. Hawley

Edward Kosinski
Joe Lhotka
James F. Matera
Helen McKeown
Alma Mueller
Thomas Nasky
Alan Noble
Harry Olsson
Jim Reid
Claudia Roulier

Max Ruppeck
Joyce Shelton
Linda Stevinson
T.E. Stewart
Lynda Tygart
Mary Jo Watlington
Carol Weir
Douglas Allen Whitter

Passion for Glass: Art Glass from Colorado Collections

April 4-  May 31, 2015

This exhibition will feature approximately 100 important works by American, European, Australian, and Japanese glass artists from seven Colorado private glass collections. It will present a comprehensive view of international glass movements from the 19th through the 21st centuries.

Featuring objects created between 1886 and the present, A Passion for Glass: Art Glass from Colorado Collections, will be the first exhibition in the Denver metro area to highlight the depth and quality of art glass in Colorado private collections. Among the contemporary studio glass artists included in the exhibition are Dale Chihuly, Lino Tagliapietra, Harvey Littleton, William Morris, Toots Zynsky, Dan Dailey, Karen LaMonte, and Bertil Vallien. Historic factory glass will be represented by Louis Comfort Tiffany, Daum Frères, and Nancy and Loetz Witwe.

Collectors include:
Judy and Stuart Heller Collection
Karen and Daniel Johnese Collection
Sandy and Duke Kaminsky Collection
Rosemarie Wipfelder Kumpe and David Kumpe Collection
Jerome J. Landy M.D., Ph. D. Collection
Jon C. and Judith S. Liebman Collection
Donna and Mickey Mandel Collection

Exhibition Support by Field Art Services LLC


Colorado Creates Glass

March 17 – May 15, 2015

This exhibition highlights the skills and accomplishments of Colorado glass artists Kit Karbler and Dmitri Rudenko and their colleagues Zack Yuskanich, Evan Seeling and Scott Gamble at Blake Street Glass, Milton Tomlinson, Corey Silverman and Horace Marlowe of C &H Glass and Paul Lockwood. The art of blowing, lampworking, cold working or casting glass requires not only skill, but many years of apprenticeship and practice to perfect. The artists presented here represent many, but certainly not all, the outstanding glass artists in Colorado.