A brighter picture

A brighter picture

Durango art galleries find ways to deal with sour economy
Gavin McCalden changes the Sorrel Sky gallery’s paintings from the hanging system to traditional art hanging in preparation for the gallery’s move on May 12. “The space that we’re moving into is going to just about double our gallery space,” McCalden said.
Gavin McCalden prepares for Sorrel Sky’s move to the Hogan Building on May 12. A number of Durango galleries have tweaked their operations to deal with the weak economy, including Sorrel Sky. Shanon Campbell Wells, Sorrel Sky’s owner, says owning her own building will help the bottom line by avoiding lease payments.

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Gavin McCalden changes the Sorrel Sky gallery’s paintings from the hanging system to traditional art hanging in preparation for the gallery’s move on May 12. “The space that we’re moving into is going to just about double our gallery space,” McCalden said.
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Gavin McCalden prepares for Sorrel Sky’s move to the Hogan Building on May 12. A number of Durango galleries have tweaked their operations to deal with the weak economy, including Sorrel Sky. Shanon Campbell Wells, Sorrel Sky’s owner, says owning her own building will help the bottom line by avoiding lease payments.
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