Colfax Welcomes a New Mural, Black Forrest Fire Claims Local Art, Utah Native Represents BauHaus in New Documentary

Art and cannabis boutique, Groundswell Gallery,  commissioned a life size moral on one of the shop walls easily viewed from Colfax.  The heavily trafficked downtown avenue bore witness to the unveiling of the new mural this past Saturday. 

The Black Forrest fire has been one of the most devastating in Colorado history, and while every destroyed home is a great loss to a Colorado family, one home in particular represents a great loss to the Colorado community as a whole. Local Artists, Al and Lu Wynne, lost not only their home but also the history of their livelihoods; a long list of paintings and sculptures now lost to the blackened rubble of their home.  

Representing infamous design school, BauHaus, Utah native and one of the few lasting connections to the international design school, Anna Campbell, will be featured in a new documentary, Arc of Light. 

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