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Joe and Melissa Carroll, the owners of Lime Berry Gallery, are moving to upstate New York, and they are taking their store with them. Not literally, but they plan to take some of the friends and family they represent in their Durango gallery and introduce them to buyers on the East Coast. “We love Durango,” … Read more
“Untitled” is created using complementary color schemes. In this work, a color like orange must touch its complement blue.“Untitled,” Rod Craig’s oil pastel painting of two pears are not pears; they’re clouds or water in the shape of pears, says Craig. (Author’s Note: The color matching on these images is not representative of the actual … Read more
I’m thrilled, honored and excited to have been selected as a finalist for the Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant. What is the Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant Program? The Creative Capital | Andy Warhol Foundation Arts Writers Grant is a three-year pilot program designed to support writers … Read more
It’s one thing to be opposed to Desert Rock on principle, because of global warming, because of health concerns. It’s another to see those principles documented on the faces of the people who are breathing coal dust and drinking toxic water, watching their sheep and cattle die.
Images, clockwise from top left: Gardenswartz’s hand-carved wooden sign has been hanging in this location since before Richard Ellis purchased the outdoor company. Yaseen Design Studio created the sign for Seasons by using the restaurant logo fabricated out of metals. Seasons also uses a Gobo stage light to project its logo onto the sidewalk. Popoli … Read more
After 11 years, Executive Director Brian Wagner is leaving Durango for a job in Oregon. A reception for him will be held Nov. 30. Long before Brian Wagner announced in October that he was leaving after 11 years as executive director of the Durango Arts Center to take a new job at the Oregon Arts … Read more
“I’m old. I don’t care anymore. I just want to see art continue,” gallery owner Karyn Gabaldon said to a crowd of more than 30 artists gathered in her eponymous gallery on Main Avenue across from the Strater Hotel on Oct. 23. It was the first of two lectures. The audience came to learn how … Read more