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The top pick of what to do in Durango this weekend
“Weather does occasionally get hot in Wyoming. Really, it does! We were riding along the Powder River, and the boys just decided to cool off western style. The horses seemed amused, and interested in the idea, too. One thing struck me as I shot this picture. Cowboys do not swim with their boots on in Wyoming.”
Sculpture by Hailey L., a student at Escalante Middle School, on display at Durango Arts Center’s Creativity Festivity.
Prosperity bowl, by Cheryl Williams.
Carcio Lake Mini Mayan ring, by Scott Diffrient.
Jeanette Dale’s bracelet is made with silver and Bisbee turquoise.
Claude Steelman’s iconic images of the West – especially wild horses – are on display in his Wildshots Gallery.
Sandy Cushman’s art comes in the form of clothing.
Durango paper artist Anne Moreau created “Squares and Rectangles,” a 29-by-39-inch artwork made of Nepalese paper, found paper and floss.
Rosie Carter’s “Golden Amid the General Shimmer.”
Carol Martin’s glass necklace will be one piece on display at Azul Gallery.
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Spring Gallery Walk, Friday, May 9 from 5-9 p.m.

The Weekender

“Weather does occasionally get hot in Wyoming. Really, it does! We were riding along the Powder River, and the boys just decided to cool off western style. The horses seemed amused, and interested in the idea, too. One thing struck me as I shot this picture. Cowboys do not swim with their boots on in Wyoming.”
Sculpture by Hailey L., a student at Escalante Middle School, on display at Durango Arts Center’s Creativity Festivity.
Prosperity bowl, by Cheryl Williams.
Carcio Lake Mini Mayan ring, by Scott Diffrient.
Jeanette Dale’s bracelet is made with silver and Bisbee turquoise.
Claude Steelman’s iconic images of the West – especially wild horses – are on display in his Wildshots Gallery.
Sandy Cushman’s art comes in the form of clothing.
Durango paper artist Anne Moreau created “Squares and Rectangles,” a 29-by-39-inch artwork made of Nepalese paper, found paper and floss.
Rosie Carter’s “Golden Amid the General Shimmer.”
Carol Martin’s glass necklace will be one piece on display at Azul Gallery.
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