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. We are currently taking artist RSVP’s for 2019! Email Tsummers@BathGardenCenter.com for details.
Sarah Dielle Anderson Saturday Feb. 2nd
Sarah Dielle Anderson is a Colorado-born artist who feels most at home outside. Her one-woman shop, Catch & Release Creative, features creative goods inspired by fishing, hiking and birding.
The first bird to win her affection was a cockatiel who (literally) walked through her back door and stayed for 19 years. Sarah began birding in earnest while living out of a campervan in New Zealand. Here, she encountered some of the world’s most unique and rare endemic birds in breathtaking landscapes. Inspired by these experiences, Sarah is developing a new collection of useful and humorous goods specifically for fellow birdwatchers.
Sarah’s artwork is a glimpse into an adventure and a little piece of her home, for your home.
Valerie Teska Feb. 22-24
Valerie is a retired PSD elementary school teacher. After retiring, she was finally able to pursue her life long dream of art. After several attempts in different types of media, she finally found some classes offered at the Denver Botanic Gardens. Gardening and art? It was a match! She is currently enrolled in the School of Botanical Art and can share her love of color, nature, and art with enthusiasm. She is now ready to share her passion with the world. Each painting allows her to spend far more time with the flowers or birds that she loves. The curl of a leaf, the shadow under a petal, the transition from light to dark, can all be preserved for far longer than the flower would ever last.
Trevor Hahn Oct. 4-6
Trevor Hahn is a Fort Collins native and the former artist for The Fort Collins Brewery where he depicted his love of nature and mountains in every image, without most of his eyesight. After total loss of his eyesight, he has learned to adapt and now creates metal sculptures with recycled materials depicting whimsical creatures. Still significant, mountains have become sculptures to Trevor where he feels the textures under his feet and hands while pursuing his other passion of climbing. This has taken him to the far reaches of the world to help out at the Center for Disabled Children’s Assistance orphanage in Nepal and then climb in the sculptural peaks of the Himalayas. Gaining inspiration from these experiences, Kilimanjaro(the highest peak in Africa) is next on his radar and sales will help fund this climb. Never Give Up!
Please check out Trevor Hahn’s Art Through Touch at: