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What’s New in the Gallery

At Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery we are constantly on the lookout for eye-catching craftsmanship that you will love as much as we do. Here are some of the latest and greatest! Stop by the Gallery to check them out in person – it’s worth the trip.

New in the Gallery

Art from Empties 

Art from Empties is a new artist at Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery. They create wind chimes from empty wine bottles.
The wine chimes are meant to live outside and are sun catchers when the breezes aren’t blowing.  
All the glass is recycled bottle glass that has been heated to over 1400 degrees and is tougher than you might think.
 Steve Helfant
 
Check out the latest hand-crafted wood-topped bottle stoppers from Colorado craftsman Steve Helfant. Stop by the Gallery to check out more of his work in a variety of woods and finishes.
 
These bottle stoppers work with any standard size bottle of wine, liquor, olive oil and more! The rubber makes for an airtight seal and they are nickel plated so they won’t tarnish. Perfect for a housewarming gift!

Mansfield + Collins

Mansfield + Collins are also new to the Gallery, with a uniquely diverse combination of Metal ~ Painting ~ Sculpture.
 
They collaborate to create new, interesting and unique art pieces, ranging from large sculptural paintings to freestanding clay, bronze and steel, to etched steel wall art.
 
The Mansfield + Collins studio sits at the foot of the largest flattop mountain in the world in Palisade, CO. They work outside a lot in the summer, unless it’s unbearably hot; not too early though as they are surrounded by fruit orchards and there are a lot of early-rising, hungry bears! This beautiful setting has inspired their intention and motivation to create unusual and original works of art to share.
 
You may recognize the style of the Collins half of the duo as jewelry designer Tish Collins. Her jewelry line is a best seller at the Gallery!
  

Madeleine Moore

Madeleine Moore is a new jewelry designer at Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery.
 
Madeleine is an American designer who settled in Portland after six years of study in the United Kingdom. Most of her jewelry is based on refining organic forms into geometric shapes, using oxidized brass or argentium silver, which is highly tarnish resistant.
 
Stop by to check out these and more new artists and craftspeople at the Gallery. It’s worth the trip to the Pearl St Mall just to check it all out in person.