Art program unveils new work

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Art program unveils new work

Forty students, two semesters of work leads to sculpture gracing library garden
A circular sculpture depicting a train and mountains graces the view of the garden in the rear of the Durango Public Library Monday. The sculpture is part of the City of Durango Public Art Commission’s Youth Art On Loan Program.
Contributing students

Students involved in making “The Train Goes ’Round and ’Round” included Durango High School seniors Megan Coughlan, Bella Bernazzani, Ansel Schiavone, Alison Gillaspy, Rayven Pike, Johnathan Malarsie, Brendon Shaline, Luckas Morgan, Josh Manzanares, Brandon Little and Austin Wertz; juniors Patrick Leach, Haakon Sigurslid and Tyler Campbell; and sophomore Emma Buchanan.

Art program unveils new work

A circular sculpture depicting a train and mountains graces the view of the garden in the rear of the Durango Public Library Monday. The sculpture is part of the City of Durango Public Art Commission’s Youth Art On Loan Program.
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