Art exhibit to vanish Saturday |

Art exhibit to vanish Saturday

Co-organizer Annette Roberts-Gray posted a notice last week to accompany her piece in “Vanishing Point: Wulfsohn Ranch: An Artists’ Tribute” – a series of celadon cups.All unsold “Pre-Target Pottery” cups will become shards on Saturday, the final day of the exhibit at Main Street Gallery in Glenwood Springs.”The piece is representative of what occurred with the Wulfsohn Ranch property,” she said. “We had a chance to save that land from development. If you value something, you have to allocate money to protect it.”Only the cups that have been sold will be saved. Proceeds from sales of the souvenir cups and other art by nearly 30 artists in the Vanishing Point show will be donated to the Aspen Valley Land Trust, an organization working to save the last few large ranches in the Roaring Fork Valley.

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