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Fine Arts & Cultural Activities

Walk around downtown Estes Park and see many Art Studios, from glass blowing and photography to plein air painting and hand made jewelry. Estes Park residents and visitors have long valued fine art, music and theater. The area is the home of the famous Rocky Ridge Music Center; the Estes Park Music Festival; the Stanley Hotel’s Sunday afternoon concert series; SummerFest, the Estes Park Center/YMCA of the Rockies summer-long festival of music and entertainment; regional professional theater companies.

 

Aspen and Evergreen Gallery  356 E Elkhorn Ave  http://www.aspenandevergreen.com/

The gallery is home to more than 60 Estes Park and Colorado artists showcasing the fine-art photography of James Frank, as well as pottery, jewelry, blown glass, fused glass, woodwork, handmade furniture, textile art, gourd art, leather work, and more.

Glassworks Studio & Gallery 323 W Elkhorn Ave http://www.glassworksofestespark.com/

There are many examples of this artistry for sale including: glass bowls, platters, holiday ornaments, seasonal decorations, pitchers, goblets, vases, glasses, and paperweights in all shapes, sizes and colors. Come and enjoy the array of glass in the form of light and color and start your art glass collection today. Watch live glass blowing!

Images of Rocky Mountain National Park 203 Park Lane, Estes Park, CO 80517  http://imagesofrmnp.com/

With the beauty of Rocky Mountain National Park literally on his doorstep, Erik Stensland rises frequently long before dawn to hike back to remote lakes or up high peaks to capture the unparalleled beauty of the Park in warm morning light. Erik has his own gallery in Estes Park, Colorado as well as mini-galleries in Grand Lake, Colorado, the Trail Ridge Store in Rocky Mountain National Park and also outside of Abiquiu, New Mexico where he shows his Desert Southwest work.