The Wall Street Journal’s real estate column gives a brief glimpse of Carolyn and Bill Powers’s Aspen art collection:
Inside, the views compete with a top-shelf contemporary art collection. It starts in the entry, where Roy Lichtenstein’s “Abstraction With Guitar” hangs on gray cashmere-covered walls, facing a bigger-than-life stone sculpture of a woman by Baltasar Lobo. Down a few steps onto a wide plank hardwood floor is the “grand room”—a wide open living room with 50-foot-high wood beam ceilings, where a Joan Miró tapestry hangs above a vast stone fireplace, flanked by a Willem de Kooning oil and a Richard Diebenkorn painting.
The family TV room has green-and-white velvet wall covering patterned with reindeer and a leopard print carpet (and two Frederic Remington works). The dining room has red cashmere curtains and walls and a David Hockney oil. The hallways have Andy Warhol prints (John Wayne and Annie Oakley); there’s a Picasso in the master dressing room and an Ansel Adams in the powder room. Above the long wooden bar in a room next to the living room hangs an Ed Ruscha painting with the word “restraint.”
A Picasso and a Yoga Room (Wall Street Journal)