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Dean Bowlby, new paintings from a summer in Italy, through Oct. 30, Main Street Gallery, Glenwood Springs. Information: 945-4817Carbondale Clay Center dinnerware show featuring 18 valley artists. Information: 963-2529Works by Jesse Gilmer, Leo Johnson, Will Laemmel and Crystal Wanner, Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities gallery. Information: 963-1680Works by watercolorist Lili Belmont will be on display at the Artist’s Mercantile, 720 Cooper Ave., through Oct. 31. Information: 947-0947An exhibit by Plein-Air oil painter Louisa McElwain, of New Mexico, runs through October at the Redstone Art Center. Richard Fitzgerald’s new works in wood also show through November. Information: 963-3790Roaring Fork Open, artwork by approximately 117 artists from the Roaring Fork Valley, through Nov. 26, Aspen Art Museum. Gallery hours: 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday; noon to 6 p.m. Sundays. Friday admission is free, courtesy of Alpine Bank Aspen. Information: 925-8050Michael Raaum’s one-man exhibit, “String Dimensions,” through Nov. 28, Colorado Mountain College gallery, Glenwood Springs. His work is also included in the Aspen Art Museum’s Roaring Fork Open. Through Dec. 12, CMC’s Aspen campus art exhibit, two- and three-dimensional works of CMC’s art faculty: Ann Gaechter, Carolyn Manosevitz, Chris Anderson, Liz Frazier, Kate Van Alstine, Michael Raaum, Nancy Barbour, Sheldon Fingerman, Georgeann Waggaman, Karla Nicholson, Doug Rhinehart, Susan Olsen, Matt Johnson and Stu Huck. CMC Aspen campus gallery, 0255 Sage Way, Aspen Airport Business Center


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