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Time, warped

Artists rewrite history for ‘Year’ exhibit at Studio &
John Grow’s painted snapshot of downtown Chicago, “State & Randolph, 1986” is one of the most literal representations of the theme for “YEAR: A Brief Underview of the History of Time.”
Susan Reed took some liberties in her interpretation of medieval life in “1553: Jane the Queen.”
Tim Kapustka prepares his screened poster “1890: Whitcomb L. Judson” for hanging Wednesday night at Studio &.
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Studio &, 1027 Main Ave., will host “YEAR: A Brief Underview of the History of Time” from 5 to 9 p.m. today.

Participating artists: (Durango unless otherwise noted) Elizabeth Kinahan, Scott Dye, Shay Lopez, Clint Reid, Tim Kapustka, Minna Jain, Crystal Hartman, John Grow, Susan Reed (Cortez), Jeff Madeen, Maureen May, Elizabeth Somers, Dan Groth, Karen Pittman, Aubrey Merolanne, Roger Seliner, Alexis Mclean, Tom Kipp, Fitz Sargent (Gallup, N.M.), Miki Harder, Bob Zahner, Bethany Bachmann, Kristen Smith, Shan Wells, Audrey Smith (Baltimore), Jenyffer Maria (Tampa, Fla.), Peggy Cloy (Mancos), Trent Taylor, Adriana Cubides (Columbia via Vienna, Austria).

For more information, visit www.anddurango.com.

Time, warped

John Grow’s painted snapshot of downtown Chicago, “State & Randolph, 1986” is one of the most literal representations of the theme for “YEAR: A Brief Underview of the History of Time.”
Susan Reed took some liberties in her interpretation of medieval life in “1553: Jane the Queen.”
Tim Kapustka prepares his screened poster “1890: Whitcomb L. Judson” for hanging Wednesday night at Studio &.
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