Learn about local Superior artists and creatives
The town of Superior has taken it’s time emerging as a hot spot for local art and artisans. What started with a few bronze sculptures in the 1990’s when Rock Creek Ranch was built has now truly begun to blossom. In 2001 when Superior Marketplace was built, art was included in the plan and more bronze was added in addition to 2 more modern pieces by Chris Wise. In 2016 the town created a working art group that quickly became a full-time committee whose primary goal was to bring art, whimsy and creativity to the town of Superior.
There have always been artists and crafts people in town and now is the time to celebrate and support them. If you know of a local Superior artisan who would like to be included, send an email here.
Life without art is a life not lived to its fullest potential
Tricia Copeland – Author
Tricia Copeland is an Colorado Independent Publisher’s award-winning author. She writes young adult and adult novels including paranormal, fantasy, dystopian sci-fi, inspiring stories, and romance. You can find all her books at https://triciacopeland.com/ or on your favorite book buying site, where you’ll find audiobooks as well as ebooks discounted for easy, fun reading!
Dani Bondurant – Love Dani
Since 2015, Dani has been designing products with a whimsical spirit and a simple objective: to offer fun, easy ways to spread kindness, joy, and positivity. Through vibrant colors, playful designs, and sweet charm, she aims to make the world a little bit happier every single day. You can find her stationery, greeting cards, and other fun and cheerful products at www.lovedani.com
Daryl McCool – Graphic Artist
Daryl McCool is life long artist who loves to work with community and creative projects. Daryl has worked closely with her son’s school to create an outdoor classroom and co-founded Positive Playground Initiative. She has spent years in civic engagement, helping to guide the design of local parks and playgrounds and served as Chair of Superior’s Cultural Arts and Public Spaces Committee. She is an avid gardener and rabid recycler who grew up in rural Vermont. In her spare time she makes super hero capes and accessories with a 1932 Franklin sewing machine.