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The verdict is in

Colby makes picks for Durango Arts Center’s Juried Show
Judy Hayes collaborated with her friend Susan Cardin on “x-y-?” for the Durango Arts Center’s 35th annual Juried Exhibit. “We had such a good time doing it”, Hayes said.
Juror Chad Colby awarded Deborah Gorton’s “Discombobulated,” front, Best of Show at the Durango Arts Center’s Juried Exhibition. Also shown are “Unlocking the Heart,” left, and “I Can Handle It.”
Cedar Newman, 6, and his dad, Kirk, look at Lucinia Estep’s “Repousse Pendant on Handwoven Chain,” on display at the Durango Arts Center.
One-time Durango Arts Center director Linda Bunk looks at J. Burnite’s “Seeds for the Future” at Friday’s opening of the 35th annual Juried Exhibit in the DAC’s Barbara Conrad Gallery.
Entries in the Juried Exhibit include Judy Hayes and Susan Cardin´s “x-y-?” (front) and from left to right, Gary McVean´s “Let Gravity=God #34,” Rebecca Koeppen´s “Golden Glow,” Nick Blaisdell´s “Carved Teapot,” and Val Uschuck´s “115 #5.”
Caroline Johnson is surrounded by J. Burnite’s “Seeds for the Future (foreground), Mary Ellen Long’s “Gathering: Sea Stone,” and Chandler Wigton´s “An Infinite Complex of Surfaces,” which won the Merit Award in the 35th annual Juried Exhibit.

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Judy Hayes collaborated with her friend Susan Cardin on “x-y-?” for the Durango Arts Center’s 35th annual Juried Exhibit. “We had such a good time doing it”, Hayes said.
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Juror Chad Colby awarded Deborah Gorton’s “Discombobulated,” front, Best of Show at the Durango Arts Center’s Juried Exhibition. Also shown are “Unlocking the Heart,” left, and “I Can Handle It.”
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Cedar Newman, 6, and his dad, Kirk, look at Lucinia Estep’s “Repousse Pendant on Handwoven Chain,” on display at the Durango Arts Center.
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One-time Durango Arts Center director Linda Bunk looks at J. Burnite’s “Seeds for the Future” at Friday’s opening of the 35th annual Juried Exhibit in the DAC’s Barbara Conrad Gallery.
Entries in the Juried Exhibit include Judy Hayes and Susan Cardin´s “x-y-?” (front) and from left to right, Gary McVean´s “Let Gravity=God #34,” Rebecca Koeppen´s “Golden Glow,” Nick Blaisdell´s “Carved Teapot,” and Val Uschuck´s “115 #5.”
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Caroline Johnson is surrounded by J. Burnite’s “Seeds for the Future (foreground), Mary Ellen Long’s “Gathering: Sea Stone,” and Chandler Wigton´s “An Infinite Complex of Surfaces,” which won the Merit Award in the 35th annual Juried Exhibit.
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35th annual Juried Exhibit, Durango Arts Center, through June 30, 802 East Second Ave. The Barbara Conrad Gallery is open from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 259-2606 or visit www.durangoarts.org.

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