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I am excited to share this month’s Inspired Women profile with you on Heather Dwight, owner of Calluna Events. Calluna Events is a boutique wedding planning company that she founded back in 2004. Heather has grown her business over the years and now leads a dynamic group of women who plan the most gorgeous weddings and special events. You may have seen their work in Martha Stewart Weddings, Style Me Pretty, BRIDES, The Knot, and many more. I am a long-time admirer of Heather as a creative woman and entrepreneur in Denver and I am excited to give you the...
For our newest Business Love blog post, we traveled no further than our own neighborhood, RiNo art district in Denver, Colorado. Located just down the block from our art gallery ATC DEN, CALL is a welcomed gem into the hood and to Denver's booming culinary scene. Located in a renovated old house, CALL is an open kitchen concept day to night coffee shop meets lunch cafe meets casual dinner bites. Complete with local beer, selected wines and cocktails on tap like their Boulevardier, their beverage program does not disappoint. I fell in love with their take on a...
So excited to share the third Among the Colors Winter SOULstice mix with you all! It's been a weird and intense year for almost everyone I know. (unless maybe you live on a deserted island) But as I looked back at this year, I realized it was actually a really great year for music. And it was a wonderful year for art as well. (and the opening of ATC DEN!)This year we did lose one of the great legends, Tom Petty. It's still hard to believe sometimes, especially since I saw him live just last year. But this year was filled with incredible music and art. Live music...
I'm so excited to share our newest Business Love feature with Downtown Denver's newest darling, Urban Farmer. Urban Farmer is centrally located in LoDo just a block from Union Station, which makes it a great meeting spot for lunch, dinner and happy hour. They even serve breakfast as well. The interior design is casual farm to table done right. Distressed wood meets rich blue and saddle leather, green walls of plants line the windows, with some windows opening up up to the sidewalk. These features are completed with compelling abstract paintings and a...
On March 1, ATC DEN debuted our new spring show “How Things Take Shape,” a group exhibition I curated, featuring the works of four of my favorite local Denver artists exploring geometric abstraction. Elisa Gomez’s Canopy series is based on the colorful abstraction of architecture and landscapes. The intersection of light and shadow are interpreted with vivid color relationships while simplified formations suggest an interaction between manmade structures and nature. New abstract geometric paintings by Frank Martinez are intentionally untitled and...read more
Eating gluten-free on vacation can sometimes be a challenge. But with a little planning, I find it is always doable. And if you are like me, staying away from gluten also ensures a better vacation all around, because who wants to be in pain when they are on vacation? Here is my guide to the best Gluten Free Apres Ski options for Aspen and Snowmass. There are more options for dinner and on the slope, (Cloud Nine is legendary in Aspen Highlands) but this list is sure to crave your hunger needs and then some after an epic day on the slopes. Also to note, my...read more
I was lucky enough to spend January in Aspen painting at the acclaimed Anderson Ranch art center. Weekends I found myself popping into downtown Aspen for dinner and drinks. To my delight, I discovered the amazingly done speakeasy, Bad Harriet. Bad Harriet is a new underground speakeasy bar beneath the Hotel Jerome. The Hotel Jerome is by far my favorite hotel in Aspen as I love the décor and their unique definition of mountain style… All the western things (cowboy hats, deer heads, and lots of cowhide) meets all the chicest downtown living things (paneled...read more
I’ve been on the celery juice bandwagon since last April. That’s when I was introduced to the Medical Medium via author @danielleleporte’s Instagram. I devoured all three of his book’s in less than a week and knew that my life philosophy around food would never be the same. As someone who has suffered from stomach issues related to food allergies and a stomach hernia earlier in life, I am always down for ways to boost my gut health and overall digestive wellness. So I figured why not give the Medical Medium celery juice protocol a shot. The protocol is simple....read more
I just got back from an incredible three weeks in Snowmass, Colorado at the acclaimed art center, Anderson Ranch. In the winter, Anderson Ranch is a snapshot from a winter postcard one might imagine saying “Greetings from Colorado.” Wooden cabins slightly weathered from years of sunshine and snow, covered with fresh snow and icicles. I took a three-week studio concentration in Painting with Rubens Ghenov alongside 13 other painters working in a variety of mediums and styles. During my residency, I worked on two new series of paintings that I will be exhibiting...read more
This Friday, December 21st, marks the Winter Solstice in the Northern Hemisphere. The Winter Solstice is the day we honor the return of the sun. The return of the light from the darkness of winter. This date has been celebrated for thousands of years as a time to gather and celebrate the return of the light. This year is a special Solstice because the Full Moon falls on the following day. In honor of the Winter Solstice and the season, we are throwing a holiday cocktail party on the Full Moon to celebrate with friends. The Winter Solstice is a great time to...read more