A&E Happenings for July 4

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A&E Happenings for July 4

Taos artist Stephen Day, who graduated from Durango High School in 1972, will debut “Morning View – South Rim” and 16 other new works in his show “Western Landscapes” at Sorrel Sky Gallery for the First Thursday Art Walk. Thursday’s event will include 15 venues in downtown Durango.
California singer-songwriter Alice Wallace and New Orleans bassist Ryan Donohue will play a July 4 show, fireworks or not, at the Derailed Pour House.
Bethany Bachmann’s pastel on paper “Infusion” is one of the paintings she’ll display at ENO for the First Thursday Art Walk.
First Thursday Art Walk

5-7 p.m. Thursday at downtown galleries and venues:
A Shared Blanket: Artists J.C. Black (104 East Fifth St.)
Azul Gallery: Artist Frank Seckler (781 Main Ave.)
Cocktails & Creations: Not Your Average Art Class... (858 Main Ave, Ste 102)
Diane West Jewelry & Art: Artist Pat Hartman (934 A Main Ave.)
Durango Arts Center: 37th Annual Juried Exhibit and “Politics & Other Diversions” by Joan Iverson Goswell (802 East Second Ave.)
Earthen Vessel: Ceramic work by Hamilton Williams (115 W. Ninth St.)
eno: Artist Bethany Bachmann (723 East Second Ave.)
Mariah Kaminsky Fine Art: oil portraiture (863 ½ Main Ave., Suite #1)
Pine River Valley Bank: “Capturing Steam,” photography of Darel Crawford and Yvonne Lashmett (1701 Main Ave.)
PONGAS: eclectic works by local artists (121 W. Eighth St.)
Rochester Hotel & Bar: Artist Susan Reed (726 East Second Ave.)
Sorrel Sky Gallery: Artist Stephen Day (828 Main Ave.)
Studio &: “Lego and the Art of Playing Well” by artist/engineer Sam Bridgham (1027 Main Ave.)
Toh-Atin Gallery: Estate collection of Pueblo pottery (145 W. Ninth St.)
WIldshots: The Photography of Claude Steelman (738 Main Ave.)
For more information or to become a participating venue, call 403-1590.

A&E Happenings for July 4

Taos artist Stephen Day, who graduated from Durango High School in 1972, will debut “Morning View – South Rim” and 16 other new works in his show “Western Landscapes” at Sorrel Sky Gallery for the First Thursday Art Walk. Thursday’s event will include 15 venues in downtown Durango.
California singer-songwriter Alice Wallace and New Orleans bassist Ryan Donohue will play a July 4 show, fireworks or not, at the Derailed Pour House.
Bethany Bachmann’s pastel on paper “Infusion” is one of the paintings she’ll display at ENO for the First Thursday Art Walk.
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