Painting backward

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Painting backward

Names precede works for ‘Previously Entitled’
This is Jacob Brooks’ interpretation of Tracey Belt’s title “Missing Duke.”
Maureen May rolls paint as she works to match her art with the title “Cinnamon Teal.” She drew the title Clint McKnight dreamed up for the art show, “Previously Entitled,” which will open Friday at Studio &.
‘Previously Entitled’ participants

“Previously Entitled” matches the “titler” on the left with the artist on the right (hometown is Durango unless noted):
Jeremy Smith (Erie) – Miki Harder
Clint McKnight – Maureen May
Charlie Camacho – Rosie Carter (Cortez)
Matt Schwarz (Chicago) – Elizabeth Kinahan
Haz Said – Elizabeth Somers
Ben Wilcox – Scott Dye
Shan Wells Sam Lyons – (Cortez)
Dan Smarsch (Detroit) – Alexis McLean
Michael Lofton Bradley – Kachnowicz
Brandon Donahue Crystal – Hartman
Damon Bell (Chicago) – Jeff Madeen
Ted Holteen – Dan Groth
Shad Lopez (Tucson, Ariz.) – Annie Brooks
Tracey Belt – Jacob Brooks
Chris Brussat – Shay Lopez
Michael Rendon – Aubrey Merolanne
Mervin Stilson – Tim Kapustka
Scott Dye* – Clint Reid
Stew Mosberg – (Bayfield) Bethany Bachmann
Kyle Rundel – (Wellington) Tom Kipp
Beorn Dupont – Minna Jain
* (Dye is doing double duty as both titler and artist)

If you go

Studio &, 1027 Main Ave., will present “Previously Entitled,” a collaborative art show, from 5 to 9 p.m. Friday. Admission is free. For more information, visit www.anddurango.com.

Painting backward

This is Jacob Brooks’ interpretation of Tracey Belt’s title “Missing Duke.”
Maureen May rolls paint as she works to match her art with the title “Cinnamon Teal.” She drew the title Clint McKnight dreamed up for the art show, “Previously Entitled,” which will open Friday at Studio &.
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