Catering to the creative impulse

Catering to the creative impulse

Durango businesses appeal to the artist who lives within
“I was just driving around, and I saw the pinwheels (in the window of the store), ... and I thought: Wow, I gotta go in there,” said Ashley Sawinski, who is visiting from Dallas.
Ashley Sawinski, from Dallas, covers her design in adhesive before leaving it for the kiln during a recent visit to Get Fused! Open Studio & Art Gallery.
“It’s functional, as well as artistic,” said Pam Schwartz, owner of Get Fused! Open Studio & Art Gallery. Schwartz said the art people create at her shop is microwave safe and can be used to store food.
Some of Mark Fleming’s work waits in the kiln at Get Fused! Open Studio & Art Gallery.

Catering to the creative impulse

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“I was just driving around, and I saw the pinwheels (in the window of the store), ... and I thought: Wow, I gotta go in there,” said Ashley Sawinski, who is visiting from Dallas.
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Ashley Sawinski, from Dallas, covers her design in adhesive before leaving it for the kiln during a recent visit to Get Fused! Open Studio & Art Gallery.
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“It’s functional, as well as artistic,” said Pam Schwartz, owner of Get Fused! Open Studio & Art Gallery. Schwartz said the art people create at her shop is microwave safe and can be used to store food.
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Some of Mark Fleming’s work waits in the kiln at Get Fused! Open Studio & Art Gallery.
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