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white lodge

Glenwood Springs, Colorado




The White Lodge Tattoo and Gallery opened in May of 2016 by fellow artist Aften Willcuts. Over the last 7 years the shop has grown into an amazing space attracting other like minded Artists. we strive for a safe and clean place for clients and artists to communicate and be.  Good vibes only.

meet the team

Kira knowlton

Kira Knowlton took over the Lodge in September 2022.  Originally a Denver native, Kira strives to bring modern practices and techniques to the western slope. Her best work is completed when given creative freedom. From large scale to one shot bangers, Kira enjoys full color, monochromatic or black and gray tattooing. Kira gravitates to projects within neotraditional, neoromantic, medieval, gothic, victorian, cottage core, anime/pop culture subjects, illustrative and blackwork. She is more likely to take on projects based within these subjects, and is prioritizing bookings requesting her pre drawn designs! To see Kira's up for grabs work and booking information, check out her Instagram @kiraknowlton

aften Willcuts

Aften is one of our Resident guest Artist's and pervious Owner of The White Lodge Tattoo and Gallery. Currently working on her 16th year professional tattooing. 

Styles and influences stray more towards bold and folky traditional with a 1940’s southwestern vibe. 

Currently obsession with vintage botanicals illustration, handcrafted Native American jewelry/talismans and textiles, the high desert and birds.  Helping babes feel like mega babes since 2006. Aften's books are currently closed but she will continue to provide schedule opening updates announced via instagram!

Tanis Martin

A forth generation resident of Glenwood Springs, Tanis has grown up surrounded by artists and creative minds his whole life. He began apprenticing under the crew of in October of 2019. Anything from American/Japanese Traditional, Neotraditional, Dark Art. Always with a preference for all things spooky. “Each new day offers an opportunity to learn something more, and refine what was learned the day before.” 


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