First Thursday Art Walk: September edition

First Thursday Art Walk: September edition

Thursday, September 3, the Telluride Council on Arts & Humanities' First Thursday Telluride Art Walk continues.  Venues in downtown Telluride join forces for a cultural celebration, staying open “late ‘til 8”.

Pamela Froman 006 The joint is jumping with stills from "Welcome Back," by Jeffrey Schers at Schilling Studio Gallery. Dolce Jewels rocks with bling from Pamela Froman's fine jewelry collection and James Vilona's special gemstone and mineral collection. Lustre features jewelry by desinger Elizabeth Showers, a favorite of A-list celebrities. The Telluride Gallery of Fine Art is exhibiting the work of photographer John Fago, images from the Telluride Film Festival shot over 15 years. The show in the Daniel Tucker Gallery at  the Ah Haa School for the Arts, "Being Human," showcases the work of sculptor Julie Behuman1 McNair, 30 ceramic figures depicting the human condition with brio, pathos, tongue firmly planted in the artist's cheek. Home Base for TCAH is the Stronghouse Gallery and Studios, where painter Corinne Scheman (Creel) exhibits her newest landscapes.

New this month, TCAH’s board president Penelope Gleason is hosting two walking tours, 5:15 p.m. and 6:30 p.m.

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