You don’t know what you got ’til it’s gone

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You don’t know what you got ’til it’s gone

Artists make do without for ‘Extinct’ exhibit
Artist Chet Haring assembles “Obsolete,” a Colorado Yule Marble and Iron creation that will be on display with other artists’ works at Studio &’s upcoming show “Extinct: The Art of Obsolescence.”
Minna Jain went really old school for her creation, “Inadequate Culture.”
Tim Kapustka, co-founder of Studio &, explains the theme of “Extinct: The Art of Obsolescence” inside the Main Avenue arts collective. In the left foreground is his creation of incandescent light bulbs encased in Plexiglas for the show.
Heather Martinez’s “X” is the first thing most visitors will see upon arrival to “Extinct: The Art of Obsolescence” at Studio &.
If you go

Studio &, 1027 Main Ave., will host Extinct: The Art of Obsolescence, featuring 26 artists, through March 3. An opening reception will be held from 5-9 p.m. today. For more information, visit www.anddurango.com.

Artists in “Extinct”

Dan Groth, Miki Harder, Kiley Tate Smith, Bethany Bachmann, Heather Martinez, Tony Holmquist, Susan Reed, Maegan Crowley, Clint Reid, Rosie Carter, Nic Montgomery, Paul Pennington, Maureen May, Chet Haring, Dan Garner, Adriana Cubides, Bradley Kachnowicz, Tom Kipp, Crystal Hartman, Jeff Madeen, Rezdog, Minna Jain, Scott Dye, Elizabeth Kinahan, Shay Lopez, Tim Kapustka.

You don’t know what you got ’til it’s gone

Artist Chet Haring assembles “Obsolete,” a Colorado Yule Marble and Iron creation that will be on display with other artists’ works at Studio &’s upcoming show “Extinct: The Art of Obsolescence.”
Minna Jain went really old school for her creation, “Inadequate Culture.”
Tim Kapustka, co-founder of Studio &, explains the theme of “Extinct: The Art of Obsolescence” inside the Main Avenue arts collective. In the left foreground is his creation of incandescent light bulbs encased in Plexiglas for the show.
Heather Martinez’s “X” is the first thing most visitors will see upon arrival to “Extinct: The Art of Obsolescence” at Studio &.
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