Meet our Artists

 

Amy

Amy White started at Studio Vino in 2014. She was born in Los Angeles, CA, and lived there for 25 years before moving to Colorado. She currently lives in Loveland with her husband Jeff and the youngest of their three children. 

She is a high school English teacher by day and a painter on the weekend! One of her favorite artists is Paul Frank. She got to meet him three years ago and create with him. He was an absolute delight! It was a dream come true. She likes whimsy and fun and bright colors. Amy teaches a lot of the kids classes and they have a lot of fun! She loves to paint things that make her smile--things that will make you happy when you see them hanging on your walls.

Avery

Avery joined us last year after moving to Greeley from Dallas, Texas. She attended the University of North Texas for her bachelors degree, then opened up her own greeting card shop on etsy, which she has been running for the last 4 years. She enjoys crafting, cooking and loving on her weenie dogs. You can find her cards and wooden art available at the studio.

Chelsea 

Chelsea Coronado is originally from Houston Texas.  She graduated from Milwaukee Institute of Art & Design with a BFA in painting and a minor in sculptor in 2007.  She loves art and music and since then she's picked up Dee Jaying and has participated in many art shows in various Houston locations.  In 2012 she moved to Loveland and joined the team at Studio Vino.  Residing at the Loveland Artspace live/work community, she is active in art committees and monthly shows.  Currently she's pursuing her career in the art of tattooing and is an apprentices at NoCo Studio Tattoo in Loveland.
 

Haleigh

Haleigh was born and raised in Loveland CO. She went to college at Front Range and studied art with a specialty in stippling, drawing, and acrylic painting. She has since had her art featured in the Fort Collins downtown arts scene where she has her original pieces featured at The Artery, a coffee shop and well known arts space. She draws her inpiration from her admiration with the female form and masters of realism. This shows in her use of modern spin with realistic roots within her works. Ultimately, she was thrilled when she joined the Studio Vino team last year because it has given her the opportunity to bring her love and passion for arts to her home community of Loveland.