The 2nd time’s a charm

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The 2nd time’s a charm

Lance Mumma resumes painting career after hiatus
DAVID BOTTORF/Courtesy of Lance Mumma
“Ancient Sentinals,” an 18-by-24-inch oil painted by Lance Mumma last summer at the Paint Mines Interpretive Park in eastern Colorado. “The morning sunlight created dramatic light and shadows on the cliffs. The reflected light in the shadows created brilliant hues,” Mumma writes of the work.
DAVID BOTTORF/Courtesy of Lance Mumma
Mumma’s painting “San Juan Wildflowers,” framing 13,738-foot Grizzly Peak near Silverton, is the cover art for the 2010 Music in the Mountains program and was sold at auction Wednesday night at the Pops Night benefit at Durango Mountain Resort.
LINDSAY EPPICH/Herald
Lance Mumma hangs his paintings Wednesday afternoon in preparation for today’s one-man show at Toh-Atin Gallery.
Meet the artist

Toh-Atin Gallery will host an exhibition and reception for artist Lance Mumma from 5 to 9 p.m. today at 145 W. Ninth St. The event includes 14 new paintings by the Durango native, who now lives in Colorado Springs. For more information, call 247-8277.

The 2nd time’s a charm

DAVID BOTTORF/Courtesy of Lance Mumma
“Ancient Sentinals,” an 18-by-24-inch oil painted by Lance Mumma last summer at the Paint Mines Interpretive Park in eastern Colorado. “The morning sunlight created dramatic light and shadows on the cliffs. The reflected light in the shadows created brilliant hues,” Mumma writes of the work.
DAVID BOTTORF/Courtesy of Lance Mumma
Mumma’s painting “San Juan Wildflowers,” framing 13,738-foot Grizzly Peak near Silverton, is the cover art for the 2010 Music in the Mountains program and was sold at auction Wednesday night at the Pops Night benefit at Durango Mountain Resort.
LINDSAY EPPICH/Herald
Lance Mumma hangs his paintings Wednesday afternoon in preparation for today’s one-man show at Toh-Atin Gallery.
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