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Telluride Gallery: Bernie Fuchs Retrospective Opens At Art Walk

October 5, 2017 - Susan Viebrock, Telluride Inside & Out

A Free Public Artist Talk by Maggie Taylor

July 26, 2017

Join The Telluride Gallery of Fine Art in welcoming back photographer Maggie Taylor. The artist’s newest images are on display from Monday, July 24 – Sunday, July 30. The gallery plans to host Maggie for an artist talk on Thursday, July 27, 6 p.m.

A Free Public Artist Talk by Krista Harris

July 25, 2017

Join us for an evening with abstract painter Krista Harris, Tuesday July 25, at 6pm. A career level artist whose gestural, abstract paintings are richly layered with mark and medium, sharing a love of both drawing and painting. She thinks of her work as maps or environments, exploring the imperfect, fleeting changes between the natural and the man-made worlds we navigate on a daily basis.

Telluride Arts, 6/17 Art Walk: Venue Changes, Valley Floor+

May 31, 2017 - Susan Viebrock, Telluride Inside & Out

"In a Winter Garden"

January 28, 2017

A multi-disciplinary collaboration of sculpture, dance, and music, and the culmination of Will Clift's artist residency at Stanford University.

'In a Winter Garden' is a dance performance and sculptural installation that investigates the shared signature elements of Will Clift’s large-scale sculptures, Diane Frank’s site-specific choreography, and Jarek Kapuscinski’s music: intervals of balance, imbalance, and breathed connection within an ever-shifting environment. The performance will feature both student and alumni dancers.

The Japanese aesthetic concept of “ma,” a breath-related sense of interval in time and space, runs through all three art forms in this work. Both sculpture and movement will unfold within a sonic environment; Japanese master musician Ko Ishikawa will play the score in live performance on the “Sho,” or 'mouth organ.'

February 4th at 1:30, 5:30, and 6:30p.m. Bing Concert Hall Atrium, Stanford Campus. 

Over The River Statement

January 25, 2017

“After pursuing Over The River, Project for the Arkansas River, State of Colorado, for 20 years and going through five years of legal arguments, I no longer wish to wait on the outcome. I have decided to devote all of my energy, time and resources into the realization of The Mastaba, Project for Abu Dhabi, United Arab Emirates, which Jeanne-Claude and I conceived 40 years ago. I have been fortunate to work with many dedicated Colorado residents as well as Federal and State agencies who have been a part of Over The River. I am grateful to everyone who was part of this journey.”
— Christo, January 25, 2017


Scott London Burning Man Photographer

January 19, 2017

The kick-off of the 3rd annual Telluride Fire Fest is a reception and book-signing by world-renowned photographer Scott London, hosted by TGFA in conjunction with Fire Festival. All images can be ordered through TGFA.