This month, Caroline Metzler, new works in Sumi-e, The Artist’s Mercantile, 720 Cooper Ave., Glenwood Springs. Artist’s reception 6-8 p.m. today. Information: 947-0947
Mary Noone is May’s Artist of the Month at the Main Street Gallery, 817 Grand Ave. Artist’s reception, 5-8 p.m. today. Noone will demonstrate her painting technique and also be celebrating her 50th birthday. Information: 945-4817
Work by ceramic sculptor Matt Johnson, plaster-and-mixed-media artist Lynette O’Kane and mixed-media artist Maria Sippola, throughout the month, Carbondale Council on Arts and Humanities gallery. Information: 963-1680
Through May 19, “New Works of the Figure” artwork in oil, pastel, chalk, ink and watercolor by Grace Johnson, Staci L. Dickerson, Alice Ann Gustafson, Bette H. Solowitz, Calvin Lee, Jane Seglem, Andrea Kemp, and Michelle Zancanella, Salon Sublime, 46 N. Eighth St. Information: Staci Dickerson, 379-9419; Grace Johnson, 618-1399; Calvin Lee, 945-8571, ext. 12
Through May 26, Glenwood Springs Elementary School student art exhibit, Colorado Mountain College’s downtown gallery, 831 Grand Ave., Glenwood Springs. Information: 384-8535
Through May 30, Glenwood Springs Art Guild All-Member Exhibit, Glenwood Springs Center for the Arts. Information: 945-2414
Through June, see Glenwood Springs Art Guild members’ work at the following locations: Phyllis Hackett, Vita Mart; Eve Booth, Flower Mart; Portia Griefenberg, Department of Motor Vehicles; Dot Mulligan, Glenwood Springs Chamber Resort Association; PJ Sims and Jeanie Hoppal, Remax; Cynthia Thomas, Campagna Insurance; and Jane Seglem, A-Team Real Estate. Information: Ann Lieber, 945-5960
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