Nathan Craven's ceramic installation, Footing
Budding artists try their hand at making clay pieces on the pottery wheel.
Potter and ceramics teacher Robin Furuta doing a live demo on the pottery wheel.
Kids (and kids-at-heart) can get their hands dirty in the Mud Studio.
Colorado-based potter Bob Smith doing a Raku firing.
From June 11 through September 18, the Denver Art Museum is showcasing clay art from around the world in Marvelous Mud. The show features eight exhibits, ranging from larger-than-life installation pieces and a hands-on Mud Studio where visitors can get their hands dirty working with clay to earthenware ceramics from Marajo, Brazil.
Fireweed grows rapidly in burn areas surrounding Trappers Lake.
Campsites at Cathedral Lake are abundant, but regulations require you to pitch your tent 100 feet from the water.
This winding—and harrowing—25-mile stretch of road connects Ouray and Silverton.
Keith Tabor, of Rock Island, Illinois, gets a line wet.