“Close Up Classics” at the Roadside Gallery
“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.
Fine art by Laurel Astor and Betsy Blackard. Also, pottery, jewelry, knitted hats and scarves, handmade Santas, hand-painted ornaments, handmade soaps, potpourri, specialty baked goods and much more, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Fridays, Saturdays and Sundays at Red Canyon Plaza, 3768 Highway 82, Suite 205, across from Holy Cross Energy. For more information, call 945-0905.
Holiday Open House
Ceramist Diane Kenney is holding her annual sale and open house at her studio near Carbondale. Her studio will be open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. on Saturday. The studio is located six miles from Carbondale. Head south on Highway 133. Turn left to cross the bridge over the Crystal River, immediately past the BRB Crystal River Resort. Follow the signs up a small hill, bearing left. Turn left at the hard “T,” where there also will be a teapot sign pointing left. It will be the fifth place on the right after that. There will be plenty of parking and signs leading the way.
For more information or directions, call Kenney at 948-2411.
Last day of holiday sale
The Carbondale Clay Center’s annual holiday sale will draw to a close on Saturday. Dozens of fine art and functional pieces crafted by local artists will be available. Shopping hours are 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. The center is located at 135 Main St.
Carbondale’s Julie DeVilbiss is the featured artist in a special four-day event starting today at the Carbondale Community Food Co-op/GEO Store. DeVilbiss’s rings were the most popular jewelry pieces at the GEO Store in 2007, and she now has a new set of designs that were produced at an artisan silver cooperative earlier this year. She went out of her way to ensure that she was abiding by fair trade practices to create “sustainable beauty.” DeVilbiss’s works can also be seen at Samsara Spa, Bliss and Fine Things. For more information, call 948-1092.
Memorial vase show held over
“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.
Chris Erickson at CMC
“Abstract by Nature,” a collection of plein air paintings by local artist Chris Erikson, will be on display through January at Colorado Mountain College, at the corner of Ninth Street and Grand Avenue, Glenwood Springs.
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