Steamboat Springs Artwalk Venues & First Friday Artwalk

Gallery 89
929 Lincoln Ave.
The first of its kind in Steamboat Springs–uniting past and future, local and international, tradition and the avant-garde–Gallery 89 stuns with carefully curated masterworks from the ‘Boat’s top local talent and Europe. Visit

Glenna O Gallery
Glenna Clark/Olmsted is a long time resident and real estate broker in Steamboat Springs, Colorado. She’s been involved in painting and the arts since she was a young girl. Before moving to Steamboat, she lived in Crested Butte where she shared a shop selling her batik pieces. Over the years she’s painted in oil, watercolor and acrylic. Her impressionist style and fascination with brilliant colors are prominent in her work. She paints when traveling around the world adding diversity to her collection. Glenna’s studio is mostly the great outdoors. Currently her work is shown exclusively in Steamboat Springs galleries or in private solo exhibits. Contact Glenna at to see paintings by appointment and for pricing on watercolor pieces. 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

Off the Beaten Path Bookstore
68 9th St.
Since we opened our doors in 1990, we have been Steamboat’s largest full-service bookstore and the locals’ favorite meeting place for Good Books, Good Coffee and Good Friends. 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

Riverwalk Collective
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

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. Visit

Solarflare 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

Standard Gallery + Wine Bar
907 Lincoln Ave.
Located on Ninth and Lincoln in the heart of downtown Steamboat Springs and housed in one of Steamboat’s historic buildings, Standard Gallery + Wine Bar is Steamboat’s newest gallery and downtown venue. The new-West themed Wine Bar features an incredible wine list offering bottled wine, wines by the glass with tasting flights, artisan beers, and charcuterie platters purveyed by local entrepreneur, Laura the Butcher. The Wine Bar is open late on the weekends, where you can also enjoy curated desert boxes and late night espresso. The gallery will host micro-exhibitions, special events, artist talks and monthly story telling night. Sign up for the newsletter to stay in touch! 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

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, Small Works and Autumn Art. Visit

Steamboat Hatter
111 11th St. Unit 104
Located in the Old West building, Steamboat Hatter creates one of a kind unique and custom western hats. Visitors will have a hands-on experience while they help to design their own custom Steamboat Hatter hat in the downstairs “workshop” portion of the store. As they progress upstairs they will experience a gallery like setting with ready to wear high end hats and hat accessories as well as featured local artists. Stop by for a peek into an age old art and a fun and interactive western experience. . Visit

Taspen’s Organics
703 Lincoln Ave. Unit B-104
The shop displays colorful art that connects to our holistic mission. We are passionate & committed to safe, toxic-free, organic skincare, natural health & wellness products. Each product is made with the highest quality organic herbs, oils & essential oils. 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

W Gallery
115 9th St.
W Gallery – a small yet forward thinking art space featuring solo artists in a variety of medium. An extension of West Elevation Architects. Visit

West Side Creatives
Westside Creatives is a group of Copper Ridge area artists and businesses that employ creatives as a part of their process. Visit

Wildhorse 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

Zanobia Shalks Studio/Gallery
424 Lincoln Ave.
This new gallery reflects the Valley’s beauty! Zanobia paints images that only existed for a moment in time. Visit