“In Honor, In Memory…A Reminder of Individual Sacrifice and the Cost of War,” features nearly 1,000 memorial vases, each embossed with a name, age, service branch insignia and date of death of an American soldier killed in Iraq. The gallery installation by Glenwood Springs artist Annette Roberts-Gray is on view at the CMC Gallery on Grand Ave. at 9th St. through June 6. At 9 a.m. on Sunday, there will be an smaller showing of the vases in conjunction with regular services at the Snowmass Chapel in Snowmass Village.

The Artist’s Mercantile is featuring local painter Mark Lemon this month. Lemon’s vivid landscape paintings are a depiction of Western life and history. His work will be up through June at the gallery, 720 Cooper Ave.

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