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Art Spotlight: Keating Fine Art

Gordon Brown, “Colorado River”, Oil on panel 46" x 70". Photo courtesy of Keating Fine Art
Gordon Brown, “Colorado River”, Oil on panel 46″ x 70″. Photo courtesy of Keating Fine Art
Keating Fine Art

Monday – Saturday, and always available by appointment.
842 E. Valley Road, Basalt 
(in Willits, next to Whole Foods)
970-925-7042
http://www.keatinggallery.com

The New West meets the Old West at Keating Fine Art, which opened its gallery in Old Town Basalt in 1998, relocating to downtown Aspen in 2009 before making its way back
 to Basalt — in Willits — in 2015.

The large, well-lit gallery with grand, high ceilings is the perfect space to showcase a large collection, featuring living artists from the American West and vintage estate and Native American jewelry.


Step into the space to experience a relaxed, comfortable vibe where guests are encouraged to browse leisurely.



“We are surrounded by lots of beautiful things, so take all the time you want to enjoy,” says owner Gordon Keating. “If you want a private showing, you can have the whole place to yourself on short notice.”

Keating has been an art collector for as long as he can remember. His passion and appreciation for beautiful, unique works of art has driven the collections at Keating Fine Art for more than 20 years in the Roaring Fork Valley.




“Traditionally, artists work alone in their studios, so they need an advocate who is willing to provide a space and an opportunity,” he says. “I think it’s pretty important to advocate for art.”

Keating Fine Art keeps its website up-to-date and can ship artwork anywhere. New artwork and vintage jewelry, including collectable watches, arrives weekly. Visit the gallery online for current events and happenings.


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