at Woody Creek gallery
Fred Haberlein of Glenwood Springs and Diane Seabrook of Rifle will show their western paintings at the Woody Creek Store and Gallery from Sept. 6 through 26. The store is located on Woody Creek Road in Woody Creek. For details, call 922-2342
Head for the border!
A reception for the artists featured in the Borderlands exhibit at the Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts is at 6 p.m. Saturday, Sept. 14. The exhibit runs through Sept. 27.
Borderlands is a celebration of cultural heritage and an exploration of the borders that define us as individuals, as a community and as a global village.
The exhibit features more than 40 pieces of art from the collection of George Rivera, artist, international curator, and professor of fine arts at the University of Colorado at Boulder. The collection includes Latino, Russian and Anglo American art. The exhibit comes to Glenwood Springs through the efforts of Rivera and Gail Seigel, director of community relations at CU – Boulder.
The reception will feature finger food and beverages, open piano and enlightening conversation. For more information call 945-2414. Come by the center at 601 East 6th St., Glenwood Springs, between the Yampah Vapor Caves and the Hot Springs Pool, and take a look at this exceptional exhibit.
Johansen on display
The Red Brick Center for the Arts presents a month-long exhibit of monotypes, pastels, watercolors and drawings by Scott Lindenau and Julia Jitkoff. Martin Johansen will present photographs of protected areas in Europe and North America. The exhibit will be on display for the month of September from 9 a.m. to 6 p.m. Monday through Friday at the Red Brick Gallery. For further information, call 920-7477.
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