Narrow Gauge Book Coop hosts Pop-up Artists

Courtesy photo Judith Stone will be the first pop-up artist at Narrow Gauge Book Coop on December 8.

ALAMOSA — The Narrow Gauge Book Coop is proud to announce its Pop-up Artists schedule. Pop-up Artists come in for a day for you to view their exceptional creations, whether it be a new book or their latest art.  This is a great way to support local artists and authors and find just the unique gift that you have been searching for.

Judith Stone will be the first Pop-up artist on December 8th from 10-4 p.m. A local author, Judith began writing after a near death experience during an auto accident on Wolf Creek Pass in 2002. Hear her Podcast on Spotify @ She is author of “Billie The Buffalo” books, a real bison from a local bison ranch, whose next adventure is at Mesa Verde National Park. Stone’s latest work, “Russell Box Senior The Physical And Spiritual Journey Of A Southern Ute Elder,” is a biography on the renowned artist and Southern Ute elder. The book relates a compelling life story that presents rare gifts of insight and wisdom everyone can relate to.

Other Pop-up Artists include Nancy Harris on Saturday, December 15th.  Nancy is a local mixed media artist who creates colorful, complex and playful collages with paper, paint and found objects.

On December 19th the Sandford Glass Guild, featuring the work of Mary Susan Eldredge, Sherry Taylor, and Cath Morin, will be for sale. From window hangings to dishes to art for the wall the colors and grace of their work will light up any room.

Nora McBride and Matthew Capell will be at the Narrow Gauge Book Coop on Saturday, December 22nd.  Nora is a san Luis Valley artist who is interested in how imagery from childhood affects aesthetic choices we make as adults.  Matthew is an artist/printmaker specializing in lithography but well versed in most printing processes.

Tumbleweed Bakery will be at the Book Coop every Tuesday from 3-6 p.m. Jessica sells fantastic homemade sourdough bread and is proudly using Mountain Mama flour.

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