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A Love for Reinventing the Old

Gayle Waterman's unique art, renovated 19th-century barn, and approach to life all speak to her appreciation for the history of things.

Capturing the Mountains with David Pirrie

Pirrie asks people to contemplate our fleeting life in contrast to the slow rise and fall of the mountains in his paintings.

Top Mountain Architects & Interior Designers

This year's edition of our annual list of top mountain home design experts.

A Lost Art: Ryan Schlaefer’s Fine Furniture [video]

The Colorado furniture artisan shares his design philosophy and passion for his craft.

Beauty and the Beast

Artist Jamie Burnes captures the beauty of nature by creating robust animal sculptures crafted from weathered wood, steel and stone.

Meet Heidi: Your Western Destination Guide

Big on Rocky Mountain travel, festivals and events? Then get to know the force behind The Heidi Guide.

Get to Know: Jed Foutz of Shiprock Santa Fe

Raised on a Navajo reservation, this gallery owners has a deep-rooted love for Native American art and textiles.

Landscapes in Thread: Martha Fieber’s Hand Embroidery

This self-taught artist's embroidery depicts flowers, fields and forests with a vibrant intensity.

Getting to Know: The Founders of The Entertaining Shoppe

Meet the Denver-based experts behind The Entertaining Shoppe, a hub for curating parties in the mountains and learning top-notch hosting etiquette.

The Man Who Built Mammoth Mountain is Turning 100

Dave McCoy is the man who built Mammoth Mountain, and he's also an avid photographer whose images of the Eastern Sierra have hung in galleries in the area.

Taking the West to Great Places: Rowland+Broughton

The versatile team at Rowland+Broughton can tackle just about any architecture, interior design or urban design challenge, from reviving beloved historic landmarks to devising unexpected solutions to new building situations.

Get to Know Artist Kevin Box

Learn more about the artist behind these intricately folded paper forms cast in bronze, aluminum or stainless steel, which are then finished to recapture the look and lightness of paper.
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