With Amelia Furman
As Northern Colorado grows, local artist Amelia Furman captures the treasures we often overlook when we explore our beautiful city. Her depth and applications of mixed mediums are not to be missed.
“I’ve always been an outdoor lover, which is one of the reasons that my family and I moved to Colorado, which has a wealth of natural treasures to explore. I was unaware of the exquisite and history-rich outdoor scenes owned and cared for by the Larimer County, of which my home town of Loveland is part. After being named the 2018 Visual Artist of the Year for the Larimer County, I was given the opportunity to have unlimited access to these ‘treasures’ for an entire year, and what resulted in an entire body of work that I’m thrilled to present. Our little corner of Colorado is beautiful, and with our continually growing population, it is important that we treasure the ‘treasures’ we possess. It is my hope that this exhibit will bring the open spaces and parks of our county to the forefront to increase exposure, appreciation and local pride.” –Amelia Furman
See the exhibit at AIMs Community College (Loveland Campus) through March 31.