Archive for May 2017 | Monthly archive page

CU Graduation is this week!  What better way to celebrate our grads than with a gift to remember Boulder and their time at the University of Colorado, whether they are staying near or are off on new ventures and places!

We have watched this group of students along the mall, in our store and around town, and couldn’t be more proud. We know how much hard work went into getting that degree so we’ve compiled a range of gift ideas that are sure to please every graduate and budget.

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We invite you to stop by the Coop May 3 – June 11 to see the unique illustrations of

Featured Artist: Matt Reese

Matt Reese works in the Boulder area as a web developer, but in his free time he enjoy drawing and the results of that free time are shown here.  Matt works primarily in Photoshop and has been illustrating with a tablet for about a decade now. He tries to keep positive with his work by creating friendly and unique images. Aside from coding and drawing, Matt also enjoys hiking, paddle boarding, reading, and finding random things to watch on Netflix.

Erin-Huybrechts-Davis

We invite you to stop by the Coop May 3 – June 11 for a look at whimsical paintings inspired by Colorado

Featured Artist: Erin Huybrechts Davis

Erin Huybrechts Davis has been an artist her entire life.  A wanderer, traveler, philosopher and naturalist, Erin has a constant stream of new ideas for producing works of art. Born in the Appalachian Mountains of Virginia, and now residing in Colorado, the mountains and woods have served as a constant source of inspiration.  The majority of Erin’s artworks contain elements of nature; animals, plants, weather, and ecosystems.

Erin is an artist in a holistic sense; while painting is her primary focus as an artist, she also is an illustrator, potter, and teacher.  Erin lives in Longmont with her husband and two young children. Her studio space is in her home where she enjoys spending time painting each day. Erin’s paintings are made with acrylic and spray paint on board with recycled wooden frames.