Six Boulder artists created five stickers each for Series 2.
Look out for the mystery artist who has one sticker in Series 2 and will be featured in Series 3.
Keep on stickering to find the mystery sticker!
I grew up a Boulder kid who loved the outdoors. In the summer after my second year of college I was introduced to oil painting by a family friend. Unexpectedly, I fell in love; my free time began to be consumed by art exhibits and the histories of famous artists. I changed my focus in school to art and pursued a BFA in Digital Design, graduating from CU Denver in 2017. Recently, I have been working in linocut as a tactile creative experience to help drive a different feel to my work.
I am a local art teacher and my artwork is highly influenced by my students and the light heartedness of childhood! My work is whimsical, colorful, humorous, funky, playful, wild, dreamy, off-the-wall creative expressions of the many different feelings I experience on any given day. It is a constant quest in my art to find the extraordinary in the ordinary!
I took a hiatus from abstract oil painting to create creatures. These creatures have not only been drawn in pen and ink, but they have also been sewn out of scrap fabric and needle felted into existence.
Kyra Pease is a Boulder native. She finds unmatched joy in creating art and plans to attend California College of the Arts in Fall 2018. Kyra spends her free time doing yoga, playing ultimate frisbee, adventuring, and is on a constant quest for the perfect avocado.
Stephanie Mikuls is a photographer and graphic designer based in Boulder, CO. Her love of light, color and the outdoors serve as inspiration in her work.
Born and raised in Colorado, Marisa Aragón Ware garnered her deep appreciation of nature from a childhood spent enveloped in the forests and glades of the Rocky Mountains. Those formative experiences heavily influenced both her art and outlook, and she strives to depict the beauty of the natural world to help others connect with its abundant primordial magic. Marisa’s work explores the ephemeral and impermanent nature of life as well as the cyclical nature of death and rebirth, using a variety of mediums to do so. She most often works with pen and ink, paper sculpture, and digital mediums, but also works as a tattoo artist and a children’s book author and illustrator. Her greatest joy in life is running wild in the mountains with her jackal dog Echo.