When the world puzzles us or squeezes us or strains us to our limits, we turn to our go-to places. We have go-to places to gather information, engage in interests, indulge in luxury, and where we can just be ourselves. Dusty Shutt Silver has a question: What are your go-to places? Go-to places have been blessings for a long time. The Bible has guided men and women for thousands of years to knowing .
Okay, let’s talk about our jewelry. We’re getting ready for work or a night out or something in-between, and what are we going to wear for jewelry? We sort through the jewelry box, pushing this and that out of the way, waiting for something to hit us as “perfect” for the occasion. And you know what we usually do? We choose the exact same piece – necklace or bracelet or earrings – we always .
Have you ever wished to watch world-famous artists work in their medium? Have you ever wanted to speak one-on-one with an artist to ask specific questions and get direct answers? Have you considered that you need a trip to warm weather and exciting exhibits as a winter blahs break? Well, do we have the perfect location for you! Visit with a wide variety of artists in the warmth of Scottsdale, Arizona under the white .
It’s beginning to sound a lot like Christmas. Bells ring in front of shops around town, and coins are dropped into bright red buckets. Choirs of school children in the mall sing as sweetly as the first carolers who sang to the shepherds. It’s beginning to look a lot like Christmas. How beautiful are the branches of our elegantly dressed trees! If there’s not snow on the ground, we’ve sprayed it onto our windows. .
There’s a change in the air. The seasons they are a’changin’, James Whitcomb Riley would have written. Indeed, the trees are glamorous in their shimmery golden gowns. The sunshine is peeking up these mornings deeper to the south. The very atmosphere has taken on a crispness unknown to sultry summery days. Riley wrote, “They’s something kindo’ harty-like about the atmusfere .
Drum roll, please, and trumpet blast. Dusty Shutt Silver announces our newest location, opening October 6, for First Friday Art Walk! We’ve rolled out the red carpet. Come check out what we have in store for you. Our new shop is Horse Alley Studio located at 2425 ¾ Colorado Ave in Old Colorado City’s National Historic District. Filled with fascinating pieces of fabulous jewelry, our newest location has quite the interesting history. Did .
This one we readily admit to – our love affair with jewelry. Our eyes are drawn to it wherever it’s displayed – on others, in the counter, in the window. We’re always checking it out. And critiquing it. “Nice.” “Expensive.” “Good taste.” Or our thoughts may be negative. But we’re constantly noticing jewelry wherever we see it. And we’re always happy to show off our own. What is it with us and jewelry? We .
The furnace refines and softens. The hammer shapes. The silversmith uses both to form the silver into pieces of jewelry you want to wear. The blast of heat removes impurities and brings sterling silver to its best value. The fire takes the silver from solid and unyielding to malleable, ready to be shaped by the craftsman’s imagination. .
Father’s Day approaches. And so starts the mad scramble: what do we buy him this year? A gift card from the local hardware store for yet another tool? A tie he’ll never wear even if it is a Jerry Garcia? A wallet? Dusty Shutt Silver has a better idea for items on your shopping list. Let’s honor our man and choose a gift he’ll wear with pride while feeling that we really do get .
Colorado natives are a proud crowd. They brag about the Bi-centennial state and her many splendors, and are fervent followers of her extreme sports. Colorado high country flair is wide-flung wherever they look. Climbing the “fourteeners” to breathe fresh air on mountaintops, bicycling the miles and miles of rugged trails, jeepers and skiers and hikers – whatever her natives, and visitors, are into, Colorado provides soaring scenery and perfect playgrounds. Colorado high country .