Dreampower Art Works features the artwork of Kathy Park and Henry Woolbert. Kathy carves wood and stone, paints in watercolor and colored pencil, makes quilts, and writes. Henry paints primarily in watercolors and lovwa to teach art to children whose schools have cut art programs. We have also collaborated on a series of carved, painted, and decorated masks.
Except for one year, we've lived in Colorado's San Luis Valley since 1994, first in the tiny village of Jaroso on the border with New Mexico, and now in Alamosa, the heart of the valley. We have converted g a steel barn into a studio/gallery/teaching space. Meanwhile, our horse Esperanza and her buddy, Lucky, an old mustang who belongs to a good friend, are enjoying life in the 18 acre field, and we are blessed with a million dollar view of Mt Blanca, aka Sisnaajini, the northernmost sacred mountain of the Dine nation.
Please come visit our studio during our first annual Open Art Studio on July 23-24 from 1-5 PM. For more information about Dreampower Art Works or to schedule a studio visit, please email us using the links below.