Bricolage Gallery is located

inside Art Parts

and is open during business hours

Tues., Wed., Fri., Saturday,

10:30 - 5:30,

Thursdays noon - 7pm, 

and until 8:30pm on opening reception evenings.

We're one of the few galleries in the country to specialize in

Assemblage, 

Mixed Media, Bricolage,

Up-cycled and Reclaimed Material artworks.

Come and be inspired,

and support our

regional art community!

"Peony In Love" by Jean Hultkrans

Jean is an award-winning artist with an unusual oeuvre: she combines ikebana, (the art of Japanese flower arranging), with lovely time-worn objects like antique books and stamps to create living works of incredible beauty and elegance. A 10-year student of ikebana studying the teachings of the Sogetsu School via Kalapa Ikebana in Boulder, Jean's work will make any breathing human swoon with its spare perfection.

Jean's husband Doug creates art that shares a similar aesthetic in its spare elegance. He is a fine woodworker who often employs found woods into his custom furniture and carved wooden objects to create pieces that elicit a reverence for the natural materials.

"We Do" displays this couples' art together in a serenely satisfying union of artistry. For the first time, they'll be collaborating on the theme of hearts to add a special touch to the show.

"Drawer Box" by Doug Felkley

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KIDS MAKE-N-TAKE

BIRTHDAY PARTIES

Saturdays, 2 - 4pm


You bring the cake and fixings; 

we provide your choice of art projects, (photos below), our art instructor, and all materials.


Available for a maximum of 8 kids,

(minimum of 5), ages 6+.


$14 per child; ($112 for 8 kids),

payable in full to reserve your date.

$70 minimum (5 children).


Please note that we require one on-site parent for kids under 16 for the duration of the party,

and can't accommodate a 

parent/child ratio of more than 1:1.

Parents are free and are not included in child count.


Your full payment is your confirmation. 

Cancellations made at least 14 days prior

to your reservation date will be refunded,

minus a $10 cancellation fee.

NO REFUNDS FOR CANCELLED PARTIES 13 DAYS

OR LESS BEFORE RESERVATION DATE.


CALL 720-379-5328 to reserve. 


Choose from the themes below:











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KIDS MAKE-N-TAKE

BIRTHDAY PARTIES

Saturdays, 2 - 4pm


You bring the cake and fixings; 

we provide your choice of art projects, (photos below), our art instructor, and all materials.


Available for a maximum of 8 kids,

(minimum of 5), ages 6+.


$14 per child; ($112 for 8 kids),

payable in full to reserve your date.

$70 minimum (5 children).


Please note that we require one on-site parent for kids under 16 for the duration of the party,

and can't accommodate a 

parent/child ratio of more than 1:1.

Parents are free and are not included in child count.


Your full payment is your confirmation. 

Cancellations made at least 14 days prior

to your reservation date will be refunded,

minus a $10 cancellation fee.

NO REFUNDS FOR CANCELLED PARTIES 13 DAYS

OR LESS BEFORE RESERVATION DATE.


CALL 720-379-5328 to reserve. 


Choose from the themes below:











 Bricolage Gallery News​​

​"We Do"

October 20 - November 17


Free Opening Reception with libations, food, late shopping hours,

and a half-price sale on all woods and select papers. Meet the artist couple

Friday, October 20, 5:30 - 8:30pm


featuring husband and wife

Jean Hultkrans 

and

Doug Felkley

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HOST YOUR

 PRIVATE EVENT AT ART PARTS

 Sundays and Mondays,

11am - 8pm, and

 Tuesdays - Saturdays 

5:30 - 10pm,

before noon or after 7pm on Thursdays

​(when we're closed).


Our 2310 s.f. facility offers a large table that seats 8,

space for additional tables, and a kitchen area with

large countertop, fridge, and microwave,

all within our attractive shop and art gallery.


Rental fee: $48 per hour.

Call Denise to reserve.

Copyright 2017 - Art Parts Creative Reuse Center

 Giraffes, elephants, snakes, octopi, saxophones, motorcycles, and bikes -- 

made entirely from old soda cans and wire.

Monkeys made from rusted car parts, too.

All made by talented Ft. Collins folk artist Waddington Raisi and a group of artisans he helps support through his

Life Without Limitations foundation in Zimbabwe.

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