Local Artists Series

We love local art! Each weekend we display works from a local artist.  The artwork will be displayed in our greenhouse where you can explore some of the finer things in life – art and horticulture. Most pieces are for sale, and all profits go to the artist.


Maggie Daniel November 10-12

Specializing in nature, fine art, and live action concert work, Maggie Daniel has pursued her love of photography for over three decades. She moved from New England to Fort Collins in 1992, and has enjoyed the immeasurable beauty of Colorado’s mountains, lakes, and gardens. Maggie strives to evoke an element of personal expression in all her work, hoping to convey her joy and gratitude for life on this earth! Whether it’s a colorful flower, a breathtaking landscape, or an inviting face – you’ll be drawn into Maggie’s world as she sees it through the lens of her camera.

Several framed photographs and canvasses will be available for sale at this event, as well as handmade photographic greeting cards for that special occasion. Maggie Daniel will be on hand to greet you, share stories about her work, and provide information about pricing and availability for your photographic needs. Maggie’s business, Magpye Photography, can be found on Facebook and Instagram – as well as her http://magpye.wix.com/magpyephotography website.


Jennifer Quaco November 17th-20th

Jennifer Quaco, a local Artist with both national and international sales, specializes in Pastels and Watercolors.  Over the years her work has brought her a number of awards and been displayed in galleries.  Presently, her art can be found on her Facebook Page (http://www.facebook.com/ArtbyJQuaco), at local art shows, and via scheduled appointment at her studio.


Lisa Gullo December 1st-3rd

Brooke full edits (1 of 1)

Lisa will be donating a portion of her sales made to Foco Cafe! Lisa is a local photographer who was born and raised in the beautiful city of Chicago. In 2010, she decided to pack her bags and live out a long held dream of residing near the mountains. With city roots and mountain wings, she considers herself blessed to get to appreciate and photograph vastly different landscapes and lifestyles. She now resides happily in Fort Collins with her husband and Chocolate Lab.

Being raised in a family of creators, Lisa developed a strong love for the arts and photography at a young age. She is the owner of Flash House Photography, and photographs everything from babies to bands, with a strong focus on portrait and family photography. When she is not shooting for Flash House, Lisa is taking full advantage of the beautiful Colorado landscape. She has built a large personal portfolio of Colorado landscape photography that will be displayed in this exhibit.


Stacey Mead December 8-10

Her beginnings started at the base of a mountain in LaPorte, Colorado. A mountain which provided a vast array of wild life, planted in her a deep seeded love for the outdoors. Finally, after three decades of venturing into these secluded areas, which remain mostly untouched by humans, she is able to bring some of that beauty to you….the ones who also find serenity in nature. She captures these moments, because they capture her, and she extends her warmest invitations for you to come experience the same.


 Mary Caraway December 15-17

Mary Caraway grew up in the New Orleans area, where her childhood was shaped by the art, architecture and spirit of the region.

After studying fine art and graphic design at Louisiana State University, she spent 15 years as a graphic designer, illustrator and watercolor artist in Baton Rouge. Mary won numerous awards for her fine art and graphic design pieces.

Mary relocated with her husband and two sons to the Fort Collins area in 2002.  She lives in the foothills near Masonville, where she is inspired by Colorado’s amazing natural beauty and by her strong faith in God.

Mary teaches fine art part-time in private & public schools and also teaches art classes for women. Currently Mary’s art can be seen in Walnut Creek Market, Consignments by Kristynn and Vines Vintage Market in Fort Collins.