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May 01, 2020
Studio Reflections
UPDATED MAY 1, 2020 with new studio reflections from our artists. What is it like for an artist as the world slows down? What inspires their work, or pulls them from it?  How has their purpose changed, if at all? Why this work, at this time? Answers to these questions, and others, are being considered […]
Apr 28, 2020
A Look Through the Viewfinder: Tom Korologos & Sandy Kaplan
Both Tom Korologos and Sandy Kaplan have been photographers most of their lives.  Both artists are well traveled and naturally curious.  However, each sees the world and their respective subjects in completely different ways. Tom Korologos approaches photography as a journalist, always intent on capturing the moment as it is.  Influenced by his work as […]
Apr 17, 2020
High Mountain Streams
It’s amazing how water connects us, sustains us, and teaches us. Our artists are enamored with the way that light plays upon its surface, the movement and transparency, and always the peace and memories that live upon a shoreline. Please enjoy this selection of works and artist reflections by Kate Starling, Peter Campbell, Dan Young, Marie Figge Wise, Sean […]
Apr 14, 2020
Golden Light
John O’Donohue speaks of light being the ultimate beauty to play upon a landscape, allowing it to transform infinitely before us. Yet, there is something about that rosy, pink golden light as the day moves into twilight or dawn that warms not only the sky, but our spirit. Enjoy this selection of works by Deborah […]
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Apr 07, 2020
Spring Flowers
“Flowers… are a proud assertion that a ray of beauty out values all the utilities in the world.” Ralph Waldo Emerson Wishing you the beauty of Spring blossoms! For more information about these works, please contact Ann Korologos Gallery by emailing art@korologosgallery.com or calling (970) 927-9668.
Apr 04, 2020
Amy Laugesen's Herd of 7 Ceramic Blue Mud Horses
“Inspired by a new cobalt/ ultramarine marine blue crawl glaze at the Studio, I envisioned the herd of 7 ceramic blue mud horses using this glaze that looks like dried cracking mud. They appear both ancient and contemporary.  I started by hand sculpting/ building each horse in my favorite red sculpture clay. This red clay fires […]
Apr 02, 2020
Deep Blues of Twilight or Dawn
In a time where it’s a challenge to know if we are in the light of twilight or dawn, we have taken a pause to feel the beauty of the present. The rich color of Amy Laugesen’s Blue Mud Herd, which was recently featured in an article in Southwest Art Magazine and the cover of […]
Mar 30, 2020
Andy Taylor on Pastels
Colorado artist, Andy Taylor, is known for large oil paintings in his colorful, gestural style. The artist sits down to explain how oil pastel, ink, and colored pencil sketches help him work through the process and move him into new territory.Read the interview below How do pastels fit in to your process as a painter?  […]