Evening of art fund-raiser
Children’s Rocky Mountain School, Inc. in Carbondale and the Magidson Fine Art Gallery in Aspen will host an evening of artwork and auctions, from 5:30-8 p.m. Friday, April 5, at the Magidson Art Gallery, 525 E. Cooper, Aspen.
Children’s art work will be on display and artwork by Paul Pascarella, Richard Merriweather, Iva Cellini, Elsworth Kelly, Salvador Dali, Peter Max and more will be auctioned off. A silent auction will also be held.
Proceeds benefit the school.
For details, call 920-1001.
Gaechter to give
The Western Colorado Watercolor Society will sponsor a watercolor demonstration by Aspen artist Ann Gaechter at 1 p.m. Saturday, April 6, at St. John’s Episcopal Church guild hall, New Castle.
The program lasts about an hour and a half, is free, and is open to the public.
Gaechter is a member of the National Watercolor Society and has juried for several national shows. Her work has been included in the book, “Splash 6” and shows locally at the Basalt Gallery.
Oregon artist displays
her organic sculptures
A Studio-Gallery and summer sculpture garden awaits you at the Redstone Art Center.
Discover a distinctive stable of artists featuring marble sculpture, fine painting, elegant jewelry and hand-crafted pottery. Open 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. daily.
For the month of April the center will feature wood sculptor Donna Goss of Oregon. Her works are a combination of native woods and stones of alabaster and serpentine. Reflecting her natural surroundings, Goss creates organic sculptures, enhancing the character of the wood with satin-like finishes.
For details, call 963-3790.
An exhibit with a twist
“Twisted Lemons: Contemporary Images by Area Artists,” will be on exhibit through May 5 at the Aspen Chapel Gallery.
Participating artists include Barry Sheehan of Carbondale; Regin Igloria and Lou Kaplan of Snowmass Village; and Shelly Campbell Bogaert, Charlotte DeLay, Royle Freund, Sandra Johnson, Marcia Weese, Marcia Roghblum and Betty Weiss of Aspen.
Call 925-7184 for details.
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