Last week’s Back Page featured a Cedaredge artist who works in polymer clay.
About the time most folks are snuggling deeper into the bed covers, Tish Collins is cranking up the music on her radio and feeling the creative juices start to flow.
From wood, bone and antler, Mel Anderson creates distinctive sculptures and ornate knives.
As a young man in his twenties, Thomas Parham, Jr. (Tommy), found himself working as a cook in his parents’ restaurant — The Apple Orchard — in Cedaredge.
Brad Hanson bought the Rexell building in Hotchkiss in 2005, taking a year to rehabilitate it.
While most people dream of a life filled with creative expression, John Naylor of Cedaredge has lived that life as a professional oil portrait artist.
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