Colorado Creatives

100 Colorado Creatives: Beau Carey

#26: Beau Carey

Modern landscape artist Beau Carey goes about his business -- painting -- quietly, but at the same time, he's earned the quiet respect of his contemporaries. Carey's been a RedLine resident and boardmember, a drawing and painting teacher, and a gallery artist at Goodwin Fine Art; he also co-founded Denver's elegant TANK Studios, where he's kept a studio since its inception. The sad news is that Carey's getting ready to skip town to teach in New Mexico. But before he leaves, we asked him to take on the 100CC questionnaire. Keep reading for Beau Carey's thoughts on the artist's life.

See also: 100 Colorado Creatives: Rebecca Vaughan

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