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Four Corners Commission exhibit celebrates life in the Southwest
Cheryl Berglund and Steven Langford browse Friday. At center is Ron Martin’s 3rd place–winning photograph “Winter Stillness on the Animas.”
Jurors Patrice Brown and Cindy McNealy awarded Rebecca Koeppen’s “The San Juan in Winter” Best of Show at the Four Corners Commission exhibit at the Durango Arts Center.
A collage on paper by Jonathan Whihill is part of Cecil Touchon’s collage exhibit in the Art Library at the Durango Arts Center.
Collages on canvas by Cecil Touchon and selected works from the International Museum of Collage will be on display through February in the upstairs Art Library at the Durango Arts Center.
The Durango Chamber of Commerce gave its Reflections of Durango award to Sharon Mantor for “Along the Riverbank.”
Jan Heyl won 2nd Place in the Four Corners Commission for the pastel “Awaiting the Harvest.”
If you go

Two exhibits are currently running at Durango Arts Center, 802 East Second Ave.



Four Corners Commission: Through Feb. 2 in the Barbara Conrad Gallery.

Cecil Touchon & Works from the International Museum of Collage, Assemblage and Construction: Through February in the upstairs Art Library. Touchon will conduct a workshop, “The Art of Collage” from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. The cost is $150 ($125 for DAC members). To register, call Deborah Gorton at 385-5212 or Barbara Klema at 385-7600.



Gallery and library hours are 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Tuesday through Saturday. For more information, call 259-2606 or visit www.durangoarts.org.

Hometown pride

Cheryl Berglund and Steven Langford browse Friday. At center is Ron Martin’s 3rd place–winning photograph “Winter Stillness on the Animas.”
Jurors Patrice Brown and Cindy McNealy awarded Rebecca Koeppen’s “The San Juan in Winter” Best of Show at the Four Corners Commission exhibit at the Durango Arts Center.
A collage on paper by Jonathan Whihill is part of Cecil Touchon’s collage exhibit in the Art Library at the Durango Arts Center.
Collages on canvas by Cecil Touchon and selected works from the International Museum of Collage will be on display through February in the upstairs Art Library at the Durango Arts Center.
The Durango Chamber of Commerce gave its Reflections of Durango award to Sharon Mantor for “Along the Riverbank.”
Jan Heyl won 2nd Place in the Four Corners Commission for the pastel “Awaiting the Harvest.”
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