Art Galleries

“Close Up Classics” features close-up and sometimes abstract photographs of everything from hood ornaments to vintage signs. The exhibit is on display at the Roadside Gallery, 320 E. Main St. in Carbondale.

“Abstract by Nature,” a collection of plein air paintings by local artist Chris Erickson, will be on display through January at Colorado Mountain College, at the corner of Ninth Street and Grand Avenue, Glenwood Springs.

“In Memory: A Reminder of Individual Sacrifice and the Cost of War,” an installation exhibition at the Glenwood Springs Community Center by artist Annette Roberts-Gray, will continue to be on display through mid-January at the center, 100 Wulfsohn Road. The exhibit, which honors individually and collectively the U.S. soldiers who have lost their lives in the invasion and occupation of Iraq, was held over to incorporate new work by the artist following her recent visit to Washington, D.C.

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