Where else can you get yellow leaves, green pine needles, white snow and red berries all together?
The leaves are getting vibrant in the 'boat! Check out some of the views around the Steamboat Magazine offices.
If you ask Jean Perry or Curtis Zabel what it means to have a retrospective show, they’ll both laugh and say: “Old!”
But they’re not old. They’re accomplished, Perry as a plein air painter and Zabel as a wildlife sculptor.
Last August more than 80 alumni, professors, staff and friends - some returning to Steamboat Springs for the first time in more than four decades.
The Yampa Valley inspired a lifetime passion for landscape painting in artist Joan Hoffmann.
Steamboat Springs adventures are filled with a slew of good times that are free.
Creating a Sustainable Art Town – Sandra Sherrod is a woman with a calling: to turn Steamboat Springs into a local art community.
Take in the lush tranquility of Steamboat’s native flowers and plants over a pond-side picnic or a stroll at the botanic gardens.
Dear Santa, I’ve been an extra good girl this year, so I hope you’ll keep that in mind when you and your generous elves start pondering my extra-special wish list. You see, this year I’ve been on a mission to live more sustainably. Solar energy powers my home and work. I bought organic food from a Community Supported Agriculture farm.