|Home Page||Artist List||Upcoming Events||Resources||Galleries||What's New||The Board|
Unlock your ancient memories and bring forth your hidden potential with lessons in American Tribal Style belly dance with Shannan Rose. A perpetual student of belly dance since 1998 and a teacher for 7 years, Shannan Rose utilizes the tribal form of dance to unlock a plethora of strength and femininity for well-being. The costuming, whether simple or highly embellished with color and jewels, distinguishes this dance style.
For more information on class schedules, Shannan Rose may be reached at 589-3062 or at firstname.lastname@example.org.
Vera Mulder's Artyme is located at 983 E. Pabor Avenue in Fruita. Ms. Mulder welcomes commissions, will do murals, or photograph your memories including events, weddings, portraits, sports. Please call (970) 314- 1245 or email email@example.com.
Where everyone is welcome. Owner Lynn Grose has dedicated one wall to local artists, which rotates once per month. Located at 136 E. Aspen Ave. Telephone: 858-8888. Hours Monday thru Thursday 6:30am to 1:30pm. Open till 7:00pm Friday and Saturday. Sunday 8am till noon.
A wonderful home-based work space, offers classes in sewing, fiber arts, clay, beading, gourd art. Owner, Kelly Yocom, 142 N. Maple St. Telephone: 210-7596. www.burkana-usa.com
A quaint European-style cafe offering coffees, sandwiches and wraps amidst a display of local artists' works in painting and music. Artists demonstrate their craft on Saturday mornings. Hours are weekdays 6:30am until 3pm, Saturdays from 7:30am until 3pm.
The Civic Center lobby showcases the collection of a local artist every month. Located at 325 E. Aspen Avenue the building is open for viewing from 8am until 5pm Monday through Friday. To schedule an exhibit, or for possible classes being offered, contact the Fruita Parks and Recreation at (970) 858-0360.
Creative Avenues strives to cultivate creativity in a supportive and nurturing environment along with providing an artistic approach to enrichment. Our mission is to create an avenue for all students to explore a broad range of art forms in an attempt to develop life-long learners that have an appreciation and love for the arts. We will endeavor to make the arts accessible to everyone by providing instruction at a reasonable cost and offer alternative low-cost/free programs.
Craftsman in the purest sense, Cullen hand tools the finest furniture and projects with a touch long forgotten in our manufactured world. Step into his workshop, and you'll find - and smell - the art of a bygone era. For an appointment, call him at (970) 260-5413.
Culinary art on the go! Chef Chris "Dogger" Anderson offers up the best sushi and culinary treats in the Valley. (970) 948-3232.
Saturdays 8am until noon from June through September. Several artists have booths selling and displaying their wares. Held on the lawn of the Civic Center, 325 East Aspen Avenue.
The art of Lydia Herron will transport you into a world of whimsy, fantasy and fairies. By appointment, (970) 858-9787.
Up and coming artist Melissa Wesnidge displays her pottery, paintings, ceramics, drawings and prints in the lobby of this office. With a BFA from Mesa State College, Melissa's work is extraordinary. Hours are 10am to 6pm on weekdays. 203 E. Aspen Ave., 858-1630.
Rose Hue is an Artist Co-Operative located at 212 East Aspen Avenue in Fruita. Artists may display their work for a low-cost monthly fee, in addition to working at the gallery one day per month. Click here for rates and additional information.
This unique gift shop carries works from several local artists on consignment. The shop also offers custom framing. Hours are 10am until 6pm weekdays and from 10am to 4pm on Saturdays. 211 East Aspen Avenue.
Shop hours are Tuesday through Friday from 9:30 a.m. to 5:30 p.m. and Saturday from 9:30 a.m. until noon. The shop is closed to the public on Sunday and Monday except by appointment. Call (970) 858-4904.
Master of the landscape, Sharon offers classes in acrylics, pastels and watercolors. Please call for a current list of class times, 234-0628.
Jeff Bates' artwork can be seen throughout the City of Fruita. He has designed and crafted the benches and the pieces along the 6 & 50 corridor. Each of his pieces is made with natural materials and different metals as well as innovative welding techniques to create heirloom artwork. Studio is open by appointment, 858-1394.
The pottery studio that makes everyone an artist. Pick your piece and paint it! the sky's the limit. Great for kids and family. Hours are from 11am until 7pm Tuesday through Saturday and from noon to 5pm on Sundays. Owner Anne will stay open until your piece is finished. Located at 455 Kokopelli Blvd., Suite C. Telephone: 858-1630.