Kind Mountain Collective is a quaint and unique Idaho Springs art store and gift shop that is always looking to provide beautiful and functional art pieces that enhance your life. The featured local and regional artists create pieces reflective of the Colorado Mountains and surrounding areas. Whether shopping for Grandma and Grandpa, nieces and nephews, or yourself, there is truly something for everyone here.
Kind Mountain Collective features tie-dyed clothing, pottery, paintings, jewelry, glass-art, wood-art, and so much more. Most of the items in this Idaho Springs art store are one-of-a-kind, made just for you. With so many mediums and a large variety of artistic creations, you can find the perfect piece of art to complete your home or to gift to your friends, family and loved ones. We are your local art store where you can find gifts and souvenirs to always remember your time here. Below are some of our most featured artists that bless Kind Mountain Collective with their unique products:
Since 1994 Vivid Earth has been a leader in the tie dye industry. With over 25 years of tie dye innovation, experimentation, and production Vivid Earth Tie Dye Clothing has the most brilliant designs and color combinations available.
Owned and operated by Forrest and Diane Anderson and located in the ghost town of Russell Gulch since 1973, Wabi Pottery strives to make functional, well-crafted stoneware inspired by the forms, textures and colors of the Colorado Rocky Mountain landscape.
Lickey’s Knotty Woods are exceptionally crafted, mountain inspired, aspen wood products. Each piece is selected, crafted, and transformed from a downed aspen tree into beautiful coat racks, candle holders and more.
Heilig is an ever-evolving, hyper-traveling performance painter creating life size illustrations before the eyes of the audience. He carries the crowd, synthesizing the sounds of the music into shapes that mark the experience. Heilig art is available as original paintings as well as poster style prints and stickers.
David Sockrider is a life long artist and designer that combined his love of music and art in 2009 when he began creating paintings of live concerts. Sockrider’s art is available as original paintings, poster prints, stickers and more
Cherie Smittle’s style is realistic, yet playful and detail oriented. Her preferred mediums are acrylic and oil on canvas and wood with the ocasional pyrography and digital media mixed in.
The Emerald Gypsy gathers inspiration for art and jewelry through her travels and from nature, incorporating what Mother Earth has provided and her own creative imagination.
Bringing together handcrafted jewelry and the healing stones of the universe. Crystal Eye Designs focuses on crafting items to offer guidance through healing stones, crystals, and gems. Each piece of jewelry offers help psychically, mentally, and spiritually.
Entirely handcrafted in Fort Collins, Colorado with exceptional consistency and artistic design, each piece of Moxie Glass provides functional art that is at the top of its class.
“Munchie Ware” was created by Sumi Von Dassow of Her wheel pottery. Each dish is imprinted with one or more cannabis leaves, legally grown in Colorado. The delicate leaves must be used fresh and can only be used once, meaning each piece is a one of a kind memento of Colorado’s pioneering experiment with marijuana legalization.
Thaddeus Kosse, born and raised in Colorado, is well known throughout Clear Creek County for his amazing art. Recently reentering the art scene after choosing sobriety, Thad has a huge portfolio of sketches featuring rock stars, wildlife, pop culture icons, and many custom requests. Thad’s art is available in a variety of forms including framed prints, magnets, stickers and more.
Manda Rudolph, a nomadic glass artist, splits her time between the Rockies in Colorado and the Appalachians of Virginia. She produces a large variety of fused and flameworked glass jewelry, Christmas ornaments & art decor made with special care and precision craftsmanship and has been a part of Kind Mountain Collective since its inception.
Less Is More Pottery is now available at Kind Mountain Collective! Their unique mountain-themed pieces are sure to bring a bit of Idaho Springs into your home.
Kind Mountain Collective is an Idaho Springs art store where you can find distinct and beautiful art pieces while supporting local artists. Find art that you can use every day and that holds a unique story.