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Trade secrets

More than 40 local artists welcome viewers for Durango Open Studios
“Presence,” an art quilt by Alison Goss, recently was juried into “The Healing Power of Art, Positive Art that Uplifts the Spirit,” an online exhibition created by Manhattan Arts International to promote art and its vital importance to healing individuals and the planet. The quilt also was on display at the Durango Cancer Center during 2008, and was the image selected for the poster to promote the Women's Health Coalition Pink Ribbon Affair fundraiser that year when Goss was the featured artist. The quilt is one of many that will be on display at Goss' studio and gallery this weekend for the Durango Open Studios tour.
Durango artist Judy Hayes works at her studio on Thursday in the Smiley Building. Hayes’ studio is one of four stops in the Smiley Building on the Durango Open Studios tour this weekend.

Trade secrets

“Presence,” an art quilt by Alison Goss, recently was juried into “The Healing Power of Art, Positive Art that Uplifts the Spirit,” an online exhibition created by Manhattan Arts International to promote art and its vital importance to healing individuals and the planet. The quilt also was on display at the Durango Cancer Center during 2008, and was the image selected for the poster to promote the Women's Health Coalition Pink Ribbon Affair fundraiser that year when Goss was the featured artist. The quilt is one of many that will be on display at Goss' studio and gallery this weekend for the Durango Open Studios tour.
Durango artist Judy Hayes works at her studio on Thursday in the Smiley Building. Hayes’ studio is one of four stops in the Smiley Building on the Durango Open Studios tour this weekend.
Durango Open Studios

Durango Open Studios, a tour of local artists' studios and galleries, wlil be held from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday at locations throughout Durango.
Maps are available online at DurangoOpenStudios.blogspot.com and at selected galleries and businesses in downtown Durango. Limited-edition booklets are available on a first-come, first-served basis at Maria's Bookshop, the Steaming Bean and the Durango Arts Center.
For more information call Crystal at 769-0594.

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