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LIFESTYLE LETTER

MARCH 2019 PUBLISHER

Andy Manz | amanz@lifestylepubs.com EDITOR

Dana Lapinel | dana.lapinel@lifestylepubs.com PUBLICATION DIRECTOR

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Home Sweet Home “HOME IS WHERE THE HEART IS.” It’s a common phrase meaning that our homes

ACCOUNT EXECUTIVE

Michael Rainero | michael.rainero@lifestylepubs.com STAFF PHOTOGRAPHER

Ladd Forde

are a central place in our lives—where we rest our heads, nourish our bodies and

CONTRIBUTING WRITERS

make fond memories with loved ones. It’s the epicenter of our worlds, where we start

Kelly Ernst, Grey Grimm, Kelli Ruhl, Sasha Strelitz

and end each day. This month, we bring you our Home issue, which is full of ideas for creating the best

CONTRIBUTING PHOTOGRAPHERS

Ladd Forde, Grey Grimm, Danielle Webster

environment wherever you call home. Take a look at page 36 to learn more about some of Denver’s historic architecture; you might even learn more about your home. With springtime upon us (finally!), there’s no better time for a spring cleaning project or two. Refresh your interior with a few new home décor accents—for inspiration, we included a collection of locally made home goods from Guest House's artist collective on page 54. Or tackle one room in your home for a dramatic update; we picked the home office for all the remote workers out there that don’t want to work at the kitchen table anymore.    

CORPORATE TEAM CHIEF EXECUTIVE OFFICER Steven Schowengerdt

We hope this issue inspires you to appreciate the place you call home—both your

CHIEF SALES OFFICER Matthew Perry

personal dwelling and our shared community—whether you’ve just moved here or

CHIEF FINANCIAL OFFICER DeLand Shore

it’s a place your family has occupied for generations. Welcome home. Thanks for reading,

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INSIDE THE ISSUE MARCH 2019

FEATURES 36 After the Goldrush The rich history of housing architecture in boomtown Denver.

40 Sourced in Denver A walk through The Source through the eyes of Judith Boyd—@StyleCrone

40 46

46 Creative Spaces Tips on working from home and not your kitchen table with Jason Siegel.

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Lifestyle Letter

20 Good Times 24 Around Town 26 DIY 30 Artist’s Palette 46 Inspired By 51

Realty Report

52 Lifestyle Calendar 54 Local’s Choice


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GOOD TIMES 1.

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Chef Dane’s Kitchen and Skylight Pop Up Event Chef Dane hosted a four-course, pop-up dinner partnering with Skylight venue here in Denver. The menu showcased wagyu steaks from KOW steaks along with a few different

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vendors like LAWS Rye Whiskey. PHOTOGRAPHY KELLY DELANY

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1. Chef Dane Hiett | 2. Mood, set. | 3. Much gratitude to those who made this pop-up possible | 4. Behind the scenes | 5. Cheers | 6. Bon appétit

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GOOD TIMES 1.

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AROUND TOWN

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Denver’s Handsome Little Devils, along with a variety of Louisiana-themed food bites, specialty drinks, give-

Compass is expanding on its existing footprint in

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Boulder, building on its already robust coverage of

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designer and CEO of donni, Alyssa Wasko and a

the real estate experience for agents across the state.”

special guest musician about their creative inspi-

the Rocky Mountain state in the ski resort towns of Telluride and Aspen.

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rations and how they've turned their passions into

agents, who, combined, have generated more than

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ELDORA ANNOUNCES ACTION-PACKED SPRING, WITH LIVE MUSIC AND FESTIVALS After boasting its earliest opening in twenty years, Eldora is still seeing heavy snowfall and fantastic

Celebrate Mardi Gras in Mile High style this

weather, and that’s not all. The locals-favorite ski

March at Dairy Block, which is hosting an adults-

area, which lies 21 miles west of Boulder and less

only Masquerade Bacchanal on Saturday, March

than 50 from Denver, has a robust lineup of events

2nd and a family-friendly LoDo Petite Parade &

and live music calendared from early March through

Alley Party on Sunday, March 3rd.

Closing Day on April 14. Headlining spring at Eldora

Join us for a sensory-rich evening filled with enticing

is Subaru WinterFest on March 22-24, featuring

delights! Held in Dairy Block’s Windsor Ballroom &

Lukas Nelson & Promise of the Real, Trout Streak

Alley, this classic, pre-Lenten bacchanal will include

Revival, and The Lil Smokies. Visit Eldora’s event

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Water

Single-Use Plastics

Palm Oil

Clean, drinkable water. The Colorado River

Worldwide 10-13% of all plastic items are

Perhaps less widely known, palm oil is in

which serves nearly 40 million people is now

recycled. Plastics that don’t make it to the

nearly everything. Devastating the Borneo

thought to be reaching a “long-term, climate

recycling plant are not biodegradable and

rainforest and its inhabitants, this oil cripples

change-driven aridification [or] permanent

make their way into our water and food

indigenous tribes and the critically endan-

drying.” Check out some ways to improve

supply. Becoming more conscious of your

gered Orangutan. By 2020 it’s estimated

your water management and even lower

households plastic consumption can help

only 24% of this landscape will remain.

your monthly bill:

the planet and your health.

1. Teeth, face, hands; keep your water usage

1. Water bottles—stainless steel and glass

impossible; the most notable culprits are

short and sweet for all of your washing needs.

are the best possible choices as these mate-

chocolate, cookies, ice cream, instant noo-

This goes for dishwashing too—block the

rials are infinitely recyclable and often have

dles and pizza(!). Instead of boycotting the

drain, fill your basin, scrub and rinse.

a very stylish look.

industry altogether, look for sustainable

2. The hotter the day, the higher the evapora-

2. We pay an extra 30% for food packaging

tion. Learn how much water your landscape

that we only use once and never biode-

2. There are excellent companies that strive

needs and what times—ask a professional

grades. Bring your own containers, using

to protect our environment, animals and

or find tips online.

canvas bags or re-use your plastic bags.

1. Avoiding palm oil altogether is nearly

labels like RSPO or Green Palm.

fellow man. WWF and RAN are the leaders—you can ‘protect an acre,’ or virtually

3. Leaks are such a common problem there

3. A natural habit to fall into, buying a pre-

is a dedicated Fix a Leak Week, encourag-

made meal. Cooking at home is proven to

ing homeowners to check their property.

be healthier, easier on your wallet and better

3. There’s also palm oil found in cosmet-

An estimated 1 trillion gallons of water is

for the environment—and you’ll host the best

ics. Look for vegan, conflict and cruelty-

wasted annually.

dinner parties!

free alternatives.

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adopt and donate to wildlife.


Meat Conscious

Cleaning Products

Household Plants

Transition into a household that consumes

“I dreamt my whole house was clean!”—says,

An easily overlooked household change that

less meat, the benefits for your body and

everyone. The government does not discrim-

can immediately impact your mood, and

the environment are worth it. Estimates put

inate against ingredients, and the EPA is only

make your home feel fresh and lively, is the

animal agricultural emissions far ahead of all

required to alert you of known pesticides. Try

addition of a few household plants.

the worlds transportation systems combined.

some of these DIY alternatives: 1. Humans are prone to stress, anxiety and sea-

Additionally, it takes roughly 2,400 gallons of 1. Get your baking soda and vinegar back

sonal affective disorder. Play with soil, walk in

out (volcanos) and put them to use unclog-

the park and try keeping a potted lavender plant

1. It’s proven, Mondays are the best day to go

ging drains, deodorizing and cleaning

in your bedroom for less stress and better sleep.

meatless. Try making a habit of going meat-

carpet stains.

water to produce a single pound of beef.

less for one full day a week. That’s 52 days a year and could reduce your impact by 15%!

2. Indoor air can often be more polluted than 2. White vinegar is a wonder and is best

outdoor air. Most notably; mold, radon and

used to eliminate grease, soap scum and

carbon monoxide. Incorporate a Peace Lily

2. One of the great perks of living in Colorado

grime. Fill up a spray bottle with white

or English Ivy to help absorb these harmful

is access to local farms. Find a purveyor to

vinegar, spray your shower, let sit for 30

toxins up to 60%.

feed your carnivorous tendencies while leav-

minutes and rinse. 3. Colorado is notoriously dry. Plants carry out

ing a smaller footprint behind. 3. Lemon annihilates mildew and mold,

a natural process called transpiration, releasing

3. One of the largest muscles in your body,

while also great for cutting through grease

moisture. Add some Boston Ferns to your

and often the most hardworking, it’s import-

and shining hard surfaces. Also useful for

home to stave off dry-mouth and cracked lips.

ant to take care of your heart. Cardiovascular

disinfecting cutting boards, both plastic,

diseases make up approximately 30% of all

and wood.

*Always make sure to check what plants are

deaths, and consuming large quantities of

safe for your fur babies before adding any-

red meat can exacerbate heart problems.

thing to your home.

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24 Hours with Boriya & Co. A DAY IN THE LIFE OF MACRAME ARTIST AMIE PHILLIIPS

THE STORY OF BORIYA AND CO. IS AS LAYERED AND INTRICATE AS THE MACRAME PIECES ITS FOUNDER, AMIE PHILLIPS, CREATES. Phillips, who has long been a versatile artist, began Boriya after spending three years living between India and Colorado, as she ran a non-profit income generation project for Rajasthani women in the South Asian country. Born of the convergence of Phillips desire to earn an income while staying home with her then six-month-old, and her wish to continue her work with her community in India, Boriya was for its first year a platform for the artwork of India’s Jogibasti community. Eventually, it became clear that it was easier for the Jogibasti women to sell their wares directly to tourists, and so Boriya evolved into a channel for Phillips’ own creations. Phillips was drawn into the world of macrame after seeing beautiful pieces showcased on social media, and she utilized her background as a river guide—and the extensive knowledge of knots it had imbued her with—she began to make pieces of her own. Three years in, Phillips now spends her days juggling life as a wife, mother and small business owner. As if her various wholesale accounts and the slew of custom and commercial projects on her plate don’t keep her hands busy enough, the artisan also teaches macrame workshops multiple times a month. In the years to come, Phillips hopes to find herself living in the mountains with her family, with a full-fledged studio, a few co-workers, and, hopefully, the opportunity to once again work with her community in India. In the meantime, her days are full to the brim, as she good-humoredly explains: “the phrase ‘a woman’s work is never done’ ran through my head before I became an entrepreneur, but now it’s reached a whole new level!”

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ARTIST’S PALETTE

(CON TI N U ED)

7:00 AM

Wake up to the song “Staring at the Sun” by TV on the Radio and hit snooze.

7:10 AM

Time to really get up. Pull back blackout curtains to let the sun in, do some asanas and read the daily liturgy in Book of Common Prayer while the tea kettle heats.

7:20 AM

Open the front door to get a few breaths of cold fresh air and greet the day. Back to my closet to pull on my “work uniform”: a pair of Madewell overalls I wear more often than not and a goldenrod t-shirt.

7:30 AM

Putz into the kitchen to make my usu-mate’ latte with grass-fed butter and a green smoothie (flax milk, handful of greens, half an avocado, spoonful of almond butter, half a banana and collagen) and start eggs and toast for Imogen and Michael.

8:00 AM

Wake Imogen (my spunky and sweet 3.5-year-old) up, snuggle her then talk her into putting on daytime clothes.

8:20 AM

Pack Imogen’s lunch while she eats in the sunny breakfast nook and finish getting her ready for school.

8:45 AM

Take Imogen to preschool—it’s called Parents Day Out, and I sure take them up on that.

9:00 AM

Scan Classpass to pick a yoga/barre class. Decide on Samadhi Vinyasa 9:30-10:30 sesh.

10:45 AM

Drop off wholesale plant-hanger order at Green Lady Gardens (great new houseplant shop on Santa Fe).

11:30 AM

Back at my home studio. Look over planner and flowchart to prioritize what I need to accomplish today.

11:45 AM

Check some emails while snacking on celery and almond butter. Get an email from California requesting a custom plant hanger to accommodate a large, sprawling plant. Yes, I can do that! Get measurements and send design ideas.

12:00 PM

Email Delanie at The Craftsman and Apprentice about spring macrame workshops. Turn on new Gregory Alan Isakov album “Evening Machines” and squeeze in an hour and a half on a custom wall hanging (a birthday gift for someone’s wife—how sweet!).

1:30 PM

Lunchtime: chicken over beetroot and greens salad with lemon juice and olive oil.

1:45 PM

Imogen is home from preschool. Quiet time for her and productivity time for me (more macrame).

3-5 PM

Another yerba mate’, dabble at my projects while juggling Imogen, household chores and dinner prep.

5:00 PM

Dinner with Michael and Imogen. We eat a regular favorite: buffalo burgers over spaghetti squash with cilantro pesto.

5:45 PM

Follow dinner with homemade spiced hot cocoa to satisfy my chocolate craving.

6:00 PM

Play a couple of rounds of speed scrabble with Michael before the bedtime/clean-up swap.

6:30 PM

I take dishes, Michael ushers Imogen to get her ready for bed.

7:00 PM

Imogen's bedtime. Clean up the lingering toys and socks and return to finish the wall hanging.

8:00 PM

Pull out another ongoing custom project—a giant textile rainbow for a hip family’s LA home. As I work, I shuffle through podcasts before turning on the next episode of Tidying Up. I have only succeeded in “Marie Kondo-ing” what we affectionately refer to as “Mt. Saint Laundry” thus far.

10:00 PM

Brew a cup of tulsi tea while chatting with Michael, then curl up to read the book my friend Lisa Gungor recently published: The Most Beautiful Thing I’ve Seen.

11:00 PM

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AFTER THE GOLDRUSH ARTICLE SASHA STRELITZ | PHOTOGRAPHY GREY GRIMM

HOUSING STYLES IN BOOMTOWN DENVER LAST OCTOBER, A MONTH BEFORE

museum, it is a well-preserved log house that

IT CELEBRATED ITS 160TH BIRTH-

still retains its signature barrel-like design.

DAY, DENVER WAS NAMED THE FIFTH

Otherwise, Denver Urbanism site’s ambi-

FASTEST

THE

tious “Denver Homes by Decade Project”

COUNTRY, AND IT IS REPORTEDLY

reports that there are no other 1850’s or

GROWING FASTER THAN SEATTLE

1860’s homes left standing. The 25 remaining

OR DALLAS. While Denver is now char-

homes built in the 1870s are fashioned after

acterized as a Millennial boomtown, its

either Southern or Queen Anne styles or are

boomtown roots reach back even before

basic and lack any ornamentation. Houses

the Colorado Territory days of the 1860s,

in the 1880s integrated Gothic Revival and

back when Denver City was a substan-

Romanesque styles you can still see exam-

tially-sized

ples of in neighborhoods like Capitol Hill, Five

GROWING

camp

CITY

IN

organized

around

Confluence Park that served the mines of the Pike’s Peak Gold Rush. Denver’s

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house—a

Together, Denver’s 129,000 single-family female-run

homes form a diverse array of styles simul-

frontier wayside station aptly named the

taneously indicative of Denver’s rich history

Four Mile House—was built in 1859. Now a

and its eye towards the future.

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oldest

Points and Highland.


The Panic of 1893 (which lasted until 1897) was a national economic depression that struck Denver hard because of the

FOURSQUARE

(AK A DENVER SQUARE)

Silver Crash that resulted in the plummeting price of silver. For example, Denver Urbanism explains that while 2,338 Denver building permits were issued in 1890, that number dropped dramatically to 124 by 1894. As such, extravagant Victorian styles and Gilded Age designs declined, and instead, more economical styles like the Foursquare rose in popularity. The Foursquare—referred to as the Denver Square locally— was a popular option from the mid-1890s through the 1930s. True to their name, Foursquares are boxy homes that average two stories. They are built to maximize a narrow lot size, as they usually contain four rooms on each floor. The Foursquare was a hot mail-order item: all pre-cut parts arrived in a boxcar with a book of directions straight from Sears, Roebuck and Company. Their plain nature is partially why they initially rose in popularity, but it is also why they are ideal for experimentation, which later styles showcase. Even by the early 1900s, as the economy recovered, Foursquares were added onto with Queen Anne style flourishes, enclosed second-story balconies, gabled rooves, arched windows and even side entrances. The pared-down version and the more experimental versions can be found all over Denver, but frequently in Cheeseman Park, Park Hill and West Highland.

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In addition to the Foursquare, mail-order catalogs like that by Sears and the Aladdin Company also sold pre-fab kits for bungalows. Bungalows became an addition to Denver’s housing character in the 1900s, but they really took off from 1910-1930. The word bungalow originates from the Hindi word “bangala,” because it is a type of building originating in India’s Bengal region. Bungalows are found globally from Australia to the United Kingdom, and universally, they are low-rise structures that include verandas. In the States, bungalows are characterized by the American Craftsman style, which derives from the Arts and Crafts movement in England that Denver Urbanism explains advocated a return to handcrafted arts. American Craftsman Bungalows were popularized in Pasadena, California by the Greene brothers, who designed what we since refer to as the California Bungalow. Like its Californian kin, Denver Bungalows are typified by their low-pitched gabled rooves that extend over their wide front porch verandas. They are modest, climate-adaptable and versatile. Bungalows populate neighborhoods that blossomed in the early 1900s like Berkeley, Congress Park and Washington Park.

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MODERN/ CONTEMPORARY ROW HOMES

Row homes go back to 16th century Europe and earn their name because they are literally a row of identical or mirror-image homes. States-side, after Philadelphia kicked it all off in 1799 with their Carstairs Row, row homes became a fairly significant feature of most American cities. Row homes are typically two-story, owner-occupied housing units that share a wall with a neighboring unit. While row homes are nothing new to Denver—I live in a Capitol Hill row home built in 1941— the contemporary row home is increasing in popularity. While “contemporary” is a general term for modern styles that have yet to be classified, think of features of the more modern homes in Virginia Village and Park Hill, like straight lines, large windows and flat rooves, and characteristics of some homes in Cherry Creek, such as mixed-material facades (e.g., stone, brick, wood), split levels, large overhangs and copious glass. Contemporary row homes integrate such design elements, embrace asymmetry and are often built with a focus on sustainability, in that they may be built with recycled materials and contain elements to optimize energy efficiency. You can find these contemporary row homes in neighborhoods like Capitol Hill, Highland and Stapleton.

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ARTICLE SASHA STRELITZ | PHOTOGRAPHY DANIELLE WEBSTER

Sourced in Denver ON A WINTRY AFTERNOON, AFTER BEING MESMERIZED BY THE FORMATION OF A STUNNING FLOWER ARRANGEMENT AT BEET & YARROW, I SAT UNDER ONE OF THE SOURCE’S CONCRETE-HUGGED SUNNY SKYLIGHTS. Beyond the wooden elephant next to me was Station 16, featuring Mark Sink’s Smooth as Silk exhibition of famous Andy Warhol quotes, and in front of me another legend: Judith Boyd, digitally known as @StyleCrone.

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SOURCED IN DENVER

(CON TI N U ED)

Judith was dressed to the nines, per usual. Her silvery white hair was neatly tucked underneath a leopard-skin pillbox hat; her favorite print also echoed in her earrings. We chatted about yoga as she put out her deerskin gloves for me to touch—for which smooth is an understatement. Judith swears by yoga for mind, body and even for skin care; she has been practicing avidly since her daughter Camille introduced her to hot yoga in 2007. In one of Judith’s older blog posts, I read about her fondness of one of my favorite poses, Virabhadrasana II—colloquially known as Warrior II—where your legs are in a wide stance, feet in line with one another and your arms are outstretched over a strong core, one in front and one behind you. “It just fills me with some kind of strength,” Judith remarked.  As with most yoga poses, Vira II is a beautiful metaphor: your back fingertips reach into the past, your torso is strongly rooted in the present, and your front fingertips reach into the future, toward which your gaze softly looks. The Vira II metaphor is relevant to Judith, The Source and one of its newest spots, Safta: all three fixed in the present, which they are helping to define because they simultaneously honor the past and reach into the future. Formerly home to a 19th-century iron foundry, The Source Market Hall is the first of its kind in Denver, and The Source Hotel boasts as RiNo’s first independent hospitality offering. Architecturally, it is a beautiful repurposing achievement: its blunt lines and use of concretes harken back to its foundry roots, and ample windows and skylights provide for an abundance of natural sunlight. The Source was born in 2013 back when it was Denver’s sole food hall and one of the first establishments in the now-resurrected Brighton Boulevard. Alon Shaya explained that he planted Safta’s roots in the Source because it is an innovative concept designed for people “who are looking for comfortable surprises and who want to explore something different from where they’ve been before.” Alon was first attracted to Zeppelin Management’s innovative approach to their projects, which he says forefronts ethical values that align with those of his own Pomegranate Hospitality (e.g., equality, empowerment, creativity) to create anything but the predictable. As for the space, he sees endless potential, because there is so much room for growth and because it will never go out of style, as it does not adhere to trends: “The Source will always be unique no matter how much time goes by.” The Source was ideal for Safta—Saba’s (New Orleans) sister restaurant—whose menu reflects Israel’s diverse demographic. Safta (Hebrew for “grandmother”) is a living homage to Alon’s grandmother, Matilda Gerassi, who transferred her passion for food and cooking to a young Alon. Matilda is Bulgarian and emigrated to the fledgling nation-state in 1948, so menu items are inspired by her culinary merging of Eastern European and Israeli cuisines. (You can read more about Matilda in Alon’s cookbook, Shaya: An Odyssey of Food, My Journey Back to Israel.) Safta’s menu is inspired by other grandmothers as well, such as Emily Shaya’s Nana, whose drink of choice, the Nana Martini, is one of their unique cocktails. The experience at Safta is one drawn from nostalgia derived from the flavor-forward food, and design details like the pink hues, houseplants and retro glasses. I certainly felt pangs of nostalgia as I gazed at the colorful array in front of me: beets and pickles salatim, Hummus Tahini and some of the best pita I have encountered in the States all served on a silver platter like those my grandmother uses.  “Look at this, it’s just so beautiful,” Judith, now donning bold pieces in black and cream, exclaimed.  She proceeded to explain to me how the food is only one aspect of the experience of dining out, which she analogizes with attending theater: in addition to the food, the décor, the folks who work there and the other patrons all serve to create the experience, “a date with the restaurant.”

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SOURCED IN DENVER

(CON TI N U ED)

Judith resonates with Vivian Westwood’s sense of style, her attention to structured silhouettes, her feminism, her focus on sustainability and her steadfast belief in self-expression; as Westwood once said, “I’m not terribly interested in beauty. What touches me is someone who understands herself.” Fashion and blogging are Judith’s artistic expressions, both of which she developed during her grieving process as her husband Nelson battled cancer. In Style Crone’s early days, “What to Wear to Chemo” was Judith and Nelson’s therapeutic project: she would dress up, and he would photograph her in the exam room. Since Nelson died, Style Crone has grown into a noteworthy fashion blog coupled with its immensely popular Instagram account. Recently, Judith has been working on “Widow’s Project,” a presentation to help widows process, which grew out of older blog posts. For Judith, who will celebrate her 76th birthday in March, fashion functions both as artistic expression and armor. Rather than focusing on traditional beauty, she is attracted to interesting silhouettes, unusual combinations and the individual’s unique choices, because “there’s so much to be said about diversity.” Her comment extends its relevancy to Safta and the Source, which, like Judith, are helping to paint Denver’s contemporary landscape in the mode of Vira II.

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INSPIRED BY

ARTICLE KELLY ERNST PHOTOGRAPHY LADD FORDE CREATIVE DIRECTOR & STYLIST JESSIE CAPSTICK, TANGERINE ROOM EVENTS 46

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Quiet Places and Creative Spaces TIPS ON WORKING FROM HOME AND NOT YOUR KITCHEN TABLE WITH PHOTOGRAPHER JASON SIEGEL


THERE COMES A TIME IN EACH ONE OF OUR LIVES WHERE WE UNDERSTAND WHY OUR PAR-

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ENTS WERE YELLING AT US ALL THOSE YEARS TO KEEP OUR ROOM CLEAN. And no, contrary to popular belief, the revelation is not actually that your floor should be free of dirty unmentionables. The lesson is that our spaces matter. What we put into them, we will get back. Whether dirty laundry on your floor is a distant or not so distant memory, we have found ourselves in a different age of living. As Denver pioneers the way of remote working, we demand a lot of flexibility from our living environments; our bedrooms are becoming dining rooms, and our kitchens are becoming offices. As dreamy as it sounds to work a remote job that doesn’t require you hiding your low-key obsession with BuzzFeed from your boss, we are here to tell you that remote working, contrary to popular belief is not always avocado toast in bed, and ‘whenever’ trips to Bali.   In efforts to save ourselves from productive demise, we roped in Denverbased Photographer and Fine Artist Jason Siegel. His home office, to put it lightly, is just dang cool. Hopefully, he can school us on how to work from home, not from your kitchen table (as I write this from my kitchen table,) and stay creative. CONTINUED >

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INSPIRED BY

(CON TI N U ED)

FIRST OF ALL, MAKE A SPACE.

gets to go to Bali,) and artists such as Griz. He is even branching

"The key in working from home is to create a space that caters

out to pursue fine arts projects. When he comes home, it is critical

to your work," says Jason. It doesn’t have to be a big ol’ room with

that he has a consistent place to work. Photographing musicians

a door. For us, efficiency dwellers, a designated super comfy chair

is where Jason got his start so listening to music is crucial for

and work surface will do the trick. What is important is that you

work. Power couple Sonos and Alexa (this is not an #ad, we prom-

have a designated place that provides consistency and signals that

ise) create in-home surround sound. He installed blackout shades

it is time to rock and roll.

that ensure the correct light for editing at any hour of the day, and his double monitor set-up creates space to organize tasks ahead.

SECOND, KNOW YOUR FLOW.

And did we already mention the importance of a really comfy

To set up, Jason recommends knowing how you work, your

chair? Now, while we might not all need a double monitor set up,

“flow.” As a lifestyle and music photographer, Jason travels the

the bottom line is that we can still take a moment to analyze our

world to shoot for lifestyle brands in Indonesia (okay, yeah, Jason

workflow and design a space that caters to it.

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JSiegelPhotography.com ShootPortraitsNotPeople.com  @JSiegelPhotography

FINALLY, REMEMBER YOUR SENSES.

Mario Conte, co-owner of vintage and streetwear shop Station,

While it’s essential to have the right “stuff,” it is also important to

painted a mural of symbols and graphics. Some are inside jokes,

have the right “feel.” Your home office needs to be a place where

others have their own stories and a few just felt right. These sensory

you, get this, actually like spending time. Jason loves natural light and

additions keep Jason feeling creative and inspired.

plants, so he made sure that was included. He has also supplemented

As we all spend more and more time working out-of-office, the

with full spectrum color light bulbs to change the mood lighting when

reality is that we are grappling with the task of staying focused while

the day demands. What you look at every day is equally important. On

turning our homes into multi-functioning spaces. But whether or not

display in Jason’s office are mementos such as the photo collection

we are creatives, accountants, or something in between, our needs

of his role model and friend Baron Wollman, first staff photographer

remain the same. The lesson is that our spaces matter and what we

of Rolling Stone Magazine, artist passes from shows he’s worked

put into them we will get back. Jason Siegel, international photogra-

and his old passport stamped for 48 different countries. A full mural

pher, knows how important the task is and has cleared up a few things

provides the backdrop for these tokens. Friend and Denver artist

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REALTY REPORT REALTY REPORT

NEIGHBORHOOD

CHERRY CREEK

ORIGINAL PRICE

SOLD PRICE

%SOLD/ORIG

DOM

BDRMS

BATHS

210 Leyden St, Crestmoor

$3,450,000

$3,235,000

94%

61

7

7

401 S Garfield St #9, Belcaro

$3,100,000

$3,050,000

98%

39

4

6

475 Krameria St, Crestmoor

$2,598,000

$2,525,000

97%

27

6

6

319 Garfield St, Cherry Creek North

$1,950,000

$1,950,000

100%

106

4

5

105 Fillmore St #207, Cherry Creek

$1,885,000

$1,850,000

98%

98

3

4

667 S Downing St, Washington Park

$2,095,000

$1,850,000

88%

76

4

4

1040 S York St, Washington Park

$1,725,000

$1,600,000

93%

177

5

5

230 S Dexter St, Hilltop

$1,599,000

$1,541,000

96%

18

5

5

492 S Pennsylvania St, Washington Park

$1,300,000

$1,210,000

93%

26

5

5

777 S Downing St, Washington Park

$1,349,000

$1,200,000

89%

21

5

3

399 Madison St, Cherry Creek North

$1,175,000

$1,150,000

98%

33

3

4

500 Eudora St, Hilltop

$1,250,000

$1,142,000

91%

91

6

4

3525 E 7th Avenue Pkwy, Congress Park

$1,099,500

$1,065,000

97%

32

5

4

120 S Cherry St, Hilltop

$1,050,000

$1,050,000

100%

1

3

2

This data is a sampling of sold properties from January 2019.

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EXHIBIT OPENS MAR 2ND TREASURES OF BRITISH ART: THE BERGER COLLECTION EXHIBIT Denver Art Museum

screen, followed by a LIVE conver-

doesn’t hibernate. That’s why they've

sation regarding his career and the

created Subaru WinterFest, a one-

making of the film. From Hollywood

of-a-kind mountain destination and

hits like Say Anything, High Fidelity

lifestyle tour where skiers and snow-

and Better Off Dead, John shares sto-

boarders can come together and

ries and answers audience questions

share their passion for all things winter.

during this intimate, fan experience.

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Treasures of British Art: The Berger Collection showcases more than 60 paintings gifted to the museum by the Berger Collection Educational Trust (BCET) in 2018. The BCET’s gift is the largest gift of European

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BUMBLEBEE JAMBOREE

COLORADO RAPIDS VS SPORTING KANSAS CITY

Denver Botanic Gardens - York Street

This unique musical experience is

Dicks Sporting Goods Park

perfect for children ages 0-12 and

the museum received the Kress

Come cheer on your local team and

their parents. Children are invited to

Collection in the 1950s. The exhibition

watch the Colorado Rapids play Sporting

dress as a favorite pollinator such as

will present a chronological selection

Kansas City. ColoradoRapids.com

a bee, butterfly or bird and dance and

old masters to the DAM since

sing along with the musical guests.

of works ranging from the 1400s through the late 1800s, telling the story of Britain’s rich cultural history. DenverArtMuseum.org 

12 DENVER REI HOSTS LEARN TO CLIMB CLASS

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Art Fitness Training is a participatory

RED ROCKS LOCAL SET DINNER Red Rocks Amphitheatre

workshop designed to teach all audi-

Red Rocks Park and Amphitheatre

ences how to look at and appreciate

excitedly presents our 2nd annual

Denver REI

any work of art. With an emphasis on

Local Set Series with double the

Learn the basics of the dynamic sport

close observation and easy to grasp

music and double the fun. Local Set is

of rock climbing in a relaxed, friendly

principles, this workshop is designed

an intimate, indoor Red Rocks expe-

atmosphere. In this class, you'll get an

to give all audiences the ability to

rience that features local Colorado

overview of basic rock climbing gear

appreciate even the most difficult

musicians, themed menus for a full

and learn how to put on a climbing

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shoes, as our featured Colorado

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SUBARU WINTERFEST

Denver Union Station

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Kick-off the start of Rockies baseball

Join actor John Cusack at Paramount

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embracing winter adventure because

food/drink specials, and more.

of Grosse Pointe Blank on the big

their

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