We will be hosting local artist Michelle Heronema this weekend, October 14-16. Michelle uses her photography to capture what she knows and loves best – untouched nature. Come out and see Michelle’s work this weekend!
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure...how very true that is. This imaginative garden sculpture is made of scrap metal and other abandoned materials. The creative forces at Artisan Welding in Loveland, Colorado piece each sculpture together from found materials. This whimsy and wonderful collection of garden statues is available only at Bath Garden Center in Fort Collins!
Sky Rock Sculpture
We are excited to host the work of Merle and Leann Harding, creators of Sky Rock Sculpture. See their work next weekend, October 21-23, in our beautiful greenhouse. Leann will also bring a few pieces from her Sputnik Lounge collection. The artists will be available on Saturday morning for a few hours.
Tick Tock Vinyl is a local business that reuses records that are too scratched to listen to and puts to use something that would have ended up in a landfill. Errin Ruffer and Adam Stone created Tick Tock Vinyl as an ode to their love of music and art. The clocks are hand-painted while spinning on a turntable using different speeds to get what is truly a one-of-a-kind piece of art. They are on display in local businesses and will be featured in upcoming art shows this summer. Errin grew up on Ohio and moved to California in 2004. He met his wife Ashley on a flight to Chicago, and she soon moved to California. They visited Fort Collins and fell in love with the town in 2008. They now have an 8 month old son, Ribgy, and love every minute of living in Fort Collins. See more on their Facebook page.