Telluride Council For The Arts & Humanities Features New Gallery On Art Walk, 1/7
[click “Play” to listen to Amy Boebel speak about her art]
Sponsored by the Telluride Council for the Arts and Humanities, The First Thursday Art Walk is a day-long block party with a mission: to showcase Telluride’s fine art scene, including galleries and studios, which stay open late until 8 p.m. The first Art Walk of the New Year is this Thursday, January 7, 5 – 8 p.m.
No big surprise considering the upward trajectory of this successful entrepreneur/artist: Boebel’s collaboration with Tellluride-based fabric artist Sue Hobby gained the attention of the international community. The two women got invited to New Zealand’s World of Wearable Art Awards Show, where their three garments made from recycled aluminum won top prizes: “Highly Commended” or third prize in the Gen-i Creative Excellence Fold category and “Runner-up” or second prize for the American Express Wellington International Award, which included 47 design teams.
Join Boebel at Sapsucker for champagne and munchies (and a prize for those who show up early).
To learn more about Boebel and Sapsucker, click the “play” button and listen to her podcast.
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