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•Contempoary Longrifle Association

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The Scrimshaw Studio
3402 N. Reed St.
Wheat Ridge, CO 80033

Tel 303-234-1946

New York Film Academy Video
June 26, 2018

The Week Magazine
US Edition
October 23, 2017
Veterans in America
"How a blind Vietnam veteran creates award-winning art"
by Abigail Edge

Number 75 – Summer/Fall Online 2017
by Sandy Palmer.
(page 32)

Cover art by featured artist Jim Stevens

Aspen Times Weekly: Art of War
An evocative and diverse collection of artwork by American military veterans at Aspen's Gallery 8Kl.
by Andrew Travers
August 17, 2017

Jim Stevens

Danielle Webster Photography: The Art of Seeing With Jim Stevens

May 26, 2017

YouTube: Danielle Webster Presents Jim Stevens Art: Malcom X
May 26, 2017

NBC Denver, KUSA-TV, "Next" with Kyle Clark
He's an artist who can barely see his own work.
(Aired April 2017)

The Standard Blade is your source for local news, sports, events, and information
in Adams County and Brighton, CO and the surrounding area.

An artist loses his sight to find vision
Main Street Creatives salon brings blind Denver artist to Brighton

By Andrea Tritschler
Tuesday, March 21, 2017

CBS News, Denver
(Aired Novemeber 2016)

Colorado Public Matters Interview
Jim Stevens Lost His Sight, But Not His Vision For Art
(Published November 23, 2016)

Just Do Your Dream
Website Article
(Published May 2016)

"Just Do Your Dream! A 7-Step Guide to Help You Do what You Always Wanted"
(Book has a scheduled July 2016 release date)

PBS NewsHour - Art Beat
(Published May 25, 2016)

Denver News and Events

Blind Artist Jim Stevens Got Black Belt— And Found His Vision
By Brian Badzmierowski
(Published December 23, 2015)

KUSA-TV Online Story

Veterans Use Artwork To Heal
by Janet Oravetz, KUSA, Channel 9
(Piblished November 6, 2015)

Veterans gather in Chapel Hill to celebrate the power of art
(Published October 18, 2015)
Website Print Story
Website Video

Vision-Finder Productions Video
Denver Artist Jim Stevens talks about his newly innovated monofilament
(fishing line) paintings and the healing power of art.
(Published August 7, 2015)

Vision For A New VFW: The Story Of Denver's Post 1
(Published July 20, 2015)

Aurora Sentinel News Magazine
Jim Stevens, Legally Blind, Masters The Art Of Sight Unseen
(Published July 8, 2015)

MBNCA Gallery in Seattle, WA
Casa de Esperanza Gallery and Community Art Workshop for Visually Impaired Taught by Jim Stevens
(Published March 2015)

“Vietnam Vet Expresses Creativity One Pinpoint At A Time”
The art of Jim Stevens
Critic-at-Large, Greg Moody
(Published August 7, 2014)

Serving Southeastern Colorado and Northeastern New Mexico – Search back issues.
Artist Teaching Scrimshaw to TSJC Students
By Pankaj Khadka, The Chronicle News
(Published June 24, 2013)

Trinidad, Colorado
Gunsmith Continues Intricate Inlay Work
By Steve Block, Staff writer, Trinidad Times Independent
(Published June 18, 2013)
Jim Stevens – Master Scrimshander
(March Artist Spotlight)

(Published March 2013)

"Out of the Darkness"
NVCAF Gold Medal Winner, Jim Stevens
(Published February, 2013)

by Marion Licchiello
“If Jim’s story does not inspire and motivate you. . ."

(Publication date – 28 January 2013)

Team Lighthouse – Columbia Lighthouse for the Blind
A Man with a Vision is Never Truly Blind
(Published December, 2012)

Blinded Veterans Association Bullitin
Colorado Vet Shines At VA Festival And Beyond
(Published Autumn 2012)

The Bead Society of Orange County
Past Speakers What great things are they up to?

(Posted 7/4/2012)

Salt Lake City, Utah
Reinventing who you are in midlife a challenge, opportunity
By Lois M. Collins, Deseret News
(Published Wednesday, June 20 2012)

Al Capone Scrimshaw by Jim Stevens
on Walts Latama Camel Bone Stiletto Switchblade Knife

National Magazine of the Honorable Company of Horners
Ones Who Inspire

(Published Fall 2011)

The Blind Hero
(Posted 8/4/2011)

A Whale of a Design

Change Your Life He Won a Karate Championship After Losing His Sight
Achieving the impossible just takes persistence, Jim Stevens says
Work Goes Strong Article
(Published 5/16/2011)

Finding the Light
Saturday Evening Post Story
(May/June 2011 Issue)

A Glimpse of a Remarkable Artist Scrimshander Jim Stevens
Metro Magazine Article
(Published Spring 2011)

An Inspiring Day at the Bead Society
(Posted 5/29/2011)

“Powder Horns Fabrication & Decoration” a book review
After reading Powder Horns Fabrication & Decoration, I can truthfully say,
“Pick-up the book, then buy your horn and tools.”
You will save a few false starts and a wasted horn or two.
(Published 4/21/2011 By Rick Sheets)

Jim Stevens Original Drawings
(Posted 2/18/2011)

Blind Martial Artist Champion
(Posted 2/1/2011)

Blind Martial Arts Champion Has Future as Scrimshaw Artist
AolNews. "Good News" Article
(Published 2/1/2011)

Kennedy Center VSA Artists Registry
(Added to Registry in November 2010)

Book Review of "Powder Horns Fabrication & Decoration"
by Paul C. Daiute
"The title of this book is Powder Horns Fabrication & Decoration. so one has
to ask would this book live up to its title the answer is a very big yes."
(Volume 12, No. 4 / November 2010)

Scrimshaw for Beginners
Blissfully Domestic, The Smart Girls Guide to Life Article
(Published 10/04/2010)

Get Back to Happiness
WebMD Article
(Published 7/7/2010)

Martial arts brought blind artist back to his true calling
Rocky Mountain News Article
(Published 2/7/2008)

(Aired 6/11/2006)

Art In The Dark
Denver Post Newspaper Article
(Published 4/8/2002)