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The works of 40 area artists will be featured in the 4th annual Earth Day Art Show, a benefit for the Aspen Valley Land Trust and a celebration of Earth Day. The show will be held at 801 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs, in the new offices of the Aspen Community Foundation. An opening reception will be from 5:30 to 7:30 p.m. tonight.The show will include paintings by Dan Sprick, Mary Noone, Dan Young, Doug Arneson, Marcia Fusaro and other well-known artists. Three dimensional work by Greg Tonozzi, Leo Johnson, Stephen Bersheny and Amber Sparkles will be featured along with photography, recycled jewelry and sculptures. The artwork will depict the areas natural beauty and reflect on the importance of conserving open spaces. Half of all proceeds will benefit the Aspen Valley Land Trust, a non-profit which works with landowners to conserve private land in the Roaring Fork and Colorado River valleys.The show will be open Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and on Sunday from 10 a.m. to 3 p.m.

The Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts is very excited to present the works of 30 to 40 of Glenwood Springs Art Guild members at the its current exhibition. This show features oils, watercolors, mixed media, charcoal, batik, stained glass, photography, sculpture and more.

Local artists W.A. Rump is the featured artist during April and May for the Artists Mercantile & Gallery Grand Opening. His original style of abstract painting has made him a unique artist in the valley.

Currently, the Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities is presenting Thanks for the Memories, Celebrating 25 Years of KDNK Community Radio. In honor of the station, its featuring pieces inspired by music from 1983-2008.

The Nine Month Residents Show with the work of Alexis Ogg, Jesse Ring and Paige Wright is now at the Carbondale Clay Center.

The Cycle of Life, a photography exhibit of motorcycle riders is now on display at the Roadside Gallery, 320 E. Main St. in Carbondale.

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