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Do you see what I see?

‘Abstract Views’ provides look into minds of artists at Durango Arts Center
Above: Second-place winner “System Stereocyclegraph,” by Anthony Holmquist, was worth a look at Friday night’s opening of “Abstract Views” at the Durango Arts Center. Top left: Works by local artists Nancy Richmond and Maureen May attract a crowd. Top right: Shay Lopez looks at a piece by Anthony Holmquist, left, and Chet Anderson’s photograph “Bistahi,” which took third place.
Works by local artists Nancy Richmond and Maureen May attract a crowd at Friday’s opening reception of “Abstract Views” at the Durango Arts Center.
Shay Lopez looks at a piece by Anthony Holmquist, left, and Chet Anderson’s photograph “Bistahi,” which took third place in “Abstract Views” on Friday evening at the Durango Arts Center.
Work by local artist Kimberly Beal, left and center, catch a visitor’s eye Friday evening at the Durango Arts Center.
Also opening Friday was “Confined,” including this untitled work by Andrea Martens. Martens exhibit is on display through February in the upstairs Art Library at the Durango Arts Center.
“White Out,” by Maryellen Morrow, took best in show on Friday evening at the Durango Arts Center.
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The Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave., presents “Abstract Views,” featuring works by 29 artists, through Jan. 28 in the Barbara Conrad Gallery. Gallery hours are 10 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday.
For more information, call 259-2606 or visit www.durangoarts.org.

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Above: Second-place winner “System Stereocyclegraph,” by Anthony Holmquist, was worth a look at Friday night’s opening of “Abstract Views” at the Durango Arts Center. Top left: Works by local artists Nancy Richmond and Maureen May attract a crowd. Top right: Shay Lopez looks at a piece by Anthony Holmquist, left, and Chet Anderson’s photograph “Bistahi,” which took third place.
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Works by local artists Nancy Richmond and Maureen May attract a crowd at Friday’s opening reception of “Abstract Views” at the Durango Arts Center.
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Shay Lopez looks at a piece by Anthony Holmquist, left, and Chet Anderson’s photograph “Bistahi,” which took third place in “Abstract Views” on Friday evening at the Durango Arts Center.
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Work by local artist Kimberly Beal, left and center, catch a visitor’s eye Friday evening at the Durango Arts Center.
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Also opening Friday was “Confined,” including this untitled work by Andrea Martens. Martens exhibit is on display through February in the upstairs Art Library at the Durango Arts Center.
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“White Out,” by Maryellen Morrow, took best in show on Friday evening at the Durango Arts Center.
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