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. See our local artist schedule below.


Gregory Mayse Oct. 19-21

Gregory captures the emotions of life in his paintings. Inspiration comes from his experiences in the great outdoors with many of the animals featured in his colorful works. The majority of his paintings are in oils, but recently he has painted a few pieces in acrylics.
Gregory has spent the past 8 years returning to his original creative passion of painting. Several pieces have been juried into regional and national art shows.  He has served as a juror for both art and photography in fine art shows. Wildlife and landscape photography are also an important part of his career.
Creativity is life for Gregory. Most of his life has been spent as a photographer, painter, writer, illustrator, graphic designer and musician.
Originally from Ohio, he relocated to northern Colorado in 2001 and is the owner of Wolf River Studio.  A variety of his paintings and photographs can be purchased at www.wolfriverstudio.com.

 Jennifer Quaco Nov. 30-Dec. 2

Jennifer Quaco received her degree in Fine Arts from UNC. She has specialized in pastels and watercolors for a number of years, showing in a number of solo and juried shows. As a realistic painter taking photos for reference, she recently added photography which reflect her artistic eye. A number of her pastels and watercolors can be viewed on Facebook at J Quaco Fine Arts.


Wolf Eyes Photography – Stacey Mead December 7-9

“I’m a photographer, nature lover, and mother to my daughter (and 4-legged babies). I believe that following your passion is where quality of life is found. 

My beginnings started at the base of a mountain in LaPorte, Colorado. A mountain which provided a vast array of wildlife, and planted in me a deep seeded love for the outdoors.

Finally, after three decades of venturing into these secluded areas I am able to bring some of that beauty to you….the ones who also find serenity in nature”