Redstone’s annual Fall Art Walk runs daily through Nov. 15. Artists receptions run throughout the season.The Carbondale Clay Center welcomes new director Lauren Kearns and artist-in-residence Janice Jakielski with an exhibition that runs though October.Colorado Mountain College’s professional photography program faculty and staff present “On Focus” featuring photography by Lindsey Constance, Jim Elliott, Scot Gerdes, Klaus Kocher, Buck Mills, and Joe Swift that ranges from wildlife photos to commercial art. The show runs through Nov. 4 at the CMC Gallery, 831 Grand Ave. The inaugural “Artists for Peace,” a mixed-media, juried art installation and exhibit, runs through Oct. 30 at the Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities Arts Annex in Carbondale. A schedule of events follows: 7 p.m. Oct. 30 – Music for Peace nights, featuring local musicians and poets. Information: 963-1680.Local watercolorist Pat Winters’ work is on display through October at Main Street Gallery in Glenwood Springs. The Tracy Parker, and Dylan and Jacqueline Balderson show at the Carbondale Council on Arts Main Street galley ends Saturday, Oct. 30. Information: 963-1680.The Carbondale Council on the Arts and Humanities presents the Buena Vista exhibit “A Colorful Celebration of Life,” Nov. 2-30 at the CCAH Arts Annex, 580 La Fontana Plaza, Highway 133 in Carbondale. Buena Vista features more than 30 artists from Cuba as well as nearby. Information: 963-1680.The Carbondale Council on the Arts and Humanities will hold an art opening at its Council Gallery to highlight the work of Victor Madrigal, a local stone sculptor, from 6-8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5. The CCAH Council Gallery is at 645 Main St. in Carbondale. Information: 963-1680.The Carbondale Council on the Arts and Humanities will hold an art opening at its Council Gallery to highlight the work of Victor Madrigal, a local stone sculptor, from 6-8 p.m. Friday, Nov. 5. The CCAH Council Gallery is at 645 Main St. in Carbondale. Information: 963-1680.
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