Davila and Crilly at Telluride’s Ah Haa School

Davila and Crilly at Telluride’s Ah Haa School

Kelvyn_ally Telluride's Ah Haa School for the Arts has long been a community resource for arts education.  Ah Haa's new home in the old depot building also has gallery space, dedicated this Summer to the school's founder, Daniel Tucker.

In August, the Daniel Tucker Gallery is displaying works by Kelvyn Davila and local artist Ally Crilly.

Kelvyn Davila was born in Ecuador, but enjoyed an international upbringing which influences his art as it seeks to interpret life. His art schooling emphasized the requirement that his works be shared, that they didn't belong to him after creation.

Love of the Colorado mountains led Davila to Telluride. “Being surrounded by the San Juan Mountains gives me more fuel for painting than anything or anywhere else on earth.”

Kelvyn Davila can be contacted at (305) 926-0212.

Elephants are the subjects of Ally Crilly's works on display in the East Gallery at Ah Haa. Elephants were populating her dreams, which fit in with planning a trip to Thailand for yoga studies. Crilly's interest in elephants extends to their link to Hindu philosophy, especially to the elephant-headed god, Ganesha, the Remover of Obstacles.

Ally Crilly is a free-lance graphic designer in Telluride and can be reached at (970) 728-4001 or allycrilly@mac.com.

The gallery is open during regular Ah Haa hours, 9 am to 5 pm. Ah Haa is located in the old depot building at 300 South Townsend Avenue. (970)728-3886 or the Ah Haa website.

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