Two artists, living 7 hours apart, bridge a divide

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Two artists, living 7 hours apart, bridge a divide

‘Parallel Intersections’ opens at Studio & Gallery
This untitled print by artist Maureen May is part of the new show “Parallel Intersections,” which will open Friday at Studio & Gallery.
“Roswell Dreaming” by Maureen May is a print that is part of the new show “Parallel Intersections.”
Courtesy of Barbara Ellard

Barbara Ellard worked with Maureen May from a distance – she lives in Springdale, Utah, just outside Zion National Park.
Courtesy of Paul Pennington

Maureen May will be showing 25 pieces in “Parallel Intersections.”
“I like to get feedback, I like to see how people feel about my work,” said artist Barbara Ellard.
If you go

What: Parallel Intersections: New and Collaborative Work by Barbara Ellard and Maureen May

When: Opening reception 5-9 p.m. Friday. On display through Aug. 19

Where: Studio & Gallery, 1027 Main Ave.

More information: Visit www.anddurango.com.

Two artists, living 7 hours apart, bridge a divide

This untitled print by artist Maureen May is part of the new show “Parallel Intersections,” which will open Friday at Studio & Gallery.
“Roswell Dreaming” by Maureen May is a print that is part of the new show “Parallel Intersections.”
Courtesy of Barbara Ellard

Barbara Ellard worked with Maureen May from a distance – she lives in Springdale, Utah, just outside Zion National Park.
Courtesy of Paul Pennington

Maureen May will be showing 25 pieces in “Parallel Intersections.”
“I like to get feedback, I like to see how people feel about my work,” said artist Barbara Ellard.

Two artists, living 7 hours apart, bridge a divide

Courtesy of Barbara Ellard

Artist Barbara Ellard will be showing her new collection of botanical-themed ceramics.
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