Free self-guided tour of local art galleries, museums and alternative venues in downtown Steamboat Springs.
These businesses remain open the first Friday of every month for this favorite event of locals and visitors alike. Many offer changing exhibits, so there is something new to see each month. Free to the public, 5:00 to 8:00 p.m. Refreshments are served.
Schoonover Gallery Fine Art
929 Lincoln Avenue
Schoonover Gallery Fine Art located downtown at 929 Lincoln Avenue is Steamboat’s newest gallery described as “Mountain Contemporary” with a little “Modern West” representing artists from around the world. The gallery will host artist receptions, demonstrations, and special events. Sign up for emails to stay informed on all gallery updates. Contact
907 Lincoln Avenue
Representing some of the finest artists in the American West, The Westerly is the place in Steamboat for all of your fine art needs. Whether you’re looking to build your collection or just want to enjoy the work in the gallery, we’re here for you. Featuring a menu of day drinks and crafted cocktails join us for a well-rounded social, cultural and epicurean experience every time you visit. Visit
Jace Romick Gallery
837 Lincoln Ave.
The R-Diamond Collection focuses on the exhibition and sale of western contemporary art. The R-Diamond Gallery, which is located inside the Jace Romick Gallery, hosts quarterly exhibitions, special events and a provides year-round presence to the Steamboat Springs fine art community. The R-Diamond Gallery works closely with our artists to ensure that their work and their story is represented and portrayed in a way that best aligns with their personality and their style. Visit
Pine Moon Fine Art Gallery
117 9th St.
Pine Moon Fine Art is located in beautiful downtown Steamboat Springs and features a broad range of work by fourteen local artists including contemporary and unique fine artwork is featured in acrylic, bronze, graphite, glass, jewelry, oil, paper, photography, printmaking, textile and watercolor. Visit
729 Lincoln Ave
Find artwork inspired by the Western United States’s wild places and outdoor lifestyle. Our mission is sustainability and our passion is our beautiful outdoor spaces. We feature local and regional artists throughout the store. Come stop by and see us. Visit
1001 13th St.
Welcome to the Riverwalk Collective Gallery. Our ‘collective’ is comprised of nine to twelve diverse artists, ranging in disciplines from photography to oil painting, woodworking, sculpture, oil on silk, watercolor and more. All artists are local to Routt County and reflect the diversity of our environment, our community and our culture. Riverwalk Collective is a program of Steamboat Creates. Visit
Steamboat Creates – Member Shows
1001 13th St.
Housed in the historic train depot, Steamboat Creates supports both emerging and established artists. Steamboat Creates member shows allow opportunities to be inspired by themes including Western Heritage, Social Impact Issues, Winter Themes, and Small Works. Visit
Nozcaboose Artist in Residence
1001 13th St.
The Caboose Artist Studio Residency program, which launched in summer 2020, provides local artists a place to create without the burden of high rent for a dedicated work space. The residency takes place in Steamboat Creates’ NozCaboose, named after the graffiti mural characters called Nozcos that wrap around the outside of the caboose train car. See artists at work in the Caboose from April – October. Visit
Rumor Design & Redesign
912 Lincoln Ave
Now located in the newly renovated Quarry Building with an industrial interior from 1897 that compliments a curated, contemporary assortment of all things home design from artists near and far! Visit
Solar Flare Glassworks & Design
635 Lincoln Ave. Ste M
Solar Flare Glasswork & Design was born from the idea of giving back. As inspired Artists and Makers we want to contribute to the World aesthetically, simultaneously limiting our impact on the earth. We are Resourceful Individuals who consider our Handcrafted tools as important as the Art that is made using them. Over 90% of the equipment and tools in the studio have been created from recycled goods. Designed and built by Kirk. We resourced the metal, kiln bricks, hand tools, marble, glass and so much more. Visit
Steamboat Art Museum
807 Lincoln Ave.
Housed in the iconic First National Bank/Rehder Building (1905/1920) and on the National Registry of Historic Places, Steamboat Art Museum is located in the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs. Established in 2006, the museum presents rotating exhibitions of artwork by living masters whose work is relevant to the culture and heritage of the West. The Steamboat Art Museum is accessible to all, open to everyone and admission is free. Visit
Tread of Pioneers Museum
800 Oak St.
Your top destination to learn about Steamboat Springs’ history! Step back in time! The recently expanded Tread of Pioneers Museum offers year-round fun and exploration for the whole family. New exhibits, tours, events, and activities for kids celebrate our distinct Western heritage that draws visitors from around the world. On everyone’s top ten list of things to do in Steamboat Springs, the museum is a must-do for visitors and locals alike and offers something for all ages and interests. Visit
115 9th St.
W Gallery – a small yet forward-thinking art space featuring solo artists in a variety of mediums. An extension of West Elevation Architects. Visit
Wild Horse Gallery
802 Lincoln Ave.
The Wild Horse Gallery features local, regional and national artists offering original oil paintings, pastels, watercolors, drawings, etchings, bronze sculpture, wood, glass, photography and limited edition prints celebrating the landscapes, wildlife and culture of Colorado and the Rocky Mountain Region. The discriminating collector is provided a wide variety of exceptional artwork to choose from at the Wild Horse Gallery in its historic downtown Steamboat Springs location at the corner of 8th and Lincoln Avenue. Visit
843 Lincoln Ave.
Locally designed and handprinted apparel and home goods inspired by the mountains, beach, and adventure. Ohana offers Colorado artisans who make jewelry, leather goods, crafts, and more. Visit
700 Yampa Street A105
Emerald opened in downtown Steamboat this summer realizing our vision of offering “clean” food in a coffee shop with a touch of worldliness and sophistication while being down to earth and embodying the positive energy of Emerald Mountain. Our focus is on organic, fair-trade, high-quality and healthyish food and drink without stabilizers, cheap oil and milk, pesticides, sugar, etc. Our byline is “Wake Up, Recharge, Celebrate” – and to that end we offer morning & afternoon drinks (coffee, tea, smoothies, and speciality drinks), house-baked treats made with monk fruit-based sweetener & lower carb almond flour, as well as other light food (including baked authentic artisanal samosas), and a selection of sparkling wines, beers and cocktails as well as high-end caviar and other gourmet appetizers and desserts. Come check us out and try our “famous” apple-zucchini bread and soon-to-be famous mimosas!
We have always been about supporting talented people and worthy organizations, so joining the First Friday Artwalk was right up our alley. We are currently displaying both watercolor and oil paintings from Madeleine Burrough and landscape photography from Robert Prosser. Earlier this year we had on display some beautiful ceramic vases from Alexandria Josfan. Visit
Image: Madeleine Burrough
703 Lincoln Ave Ste B104
Come see the world of Tim Zandee- 20 years of capturing moments in nature. Also, enjoy bronze, glass, furniture and oil from guest artists. Visit