Telluride Arts: Holiday Prelude Art Walk, 12/10

Telluride Arts: Holiday Prelude Art Walk, 12/10

Telluride Arts presents Holiday Prelude Art Walk, happening  12/10/15 or the Second Thursday of the month, not First Thursday as is the tradition (almost) every other month in season.


Telluride Art Walk is a festive celebration of the arts in the Telluride Arts District for art lovers, community, and friends.

Telluride Arts is glad to present a special Holiday Art Walk featuring an intimate list of venues and lots of winter-time cheer. The Art Walk will take place on the second Thursday this December but resume its usual first-Thursday scheduling as of January 2016.

​Look for the Art Walk flags at participating venues​

Featured December ​Art Walk Venues (more info below):

Baked in Telluride

Elinoff & Co.

Gallery 81435

Kamruz Gallery

Lustre Gallery

Slate Gray Gallery

Telluride Gallery of Fine Art

Tony Newlin Gallery

Turquoise Door Gallery


Exhibit Information:

Baked in Telluride, 127 South Fir Street


The featured artists at BIT participated in Ah Haa’s Fall painting school, where their focus was on still life and skill building. The results are spectacular, expressive, and colorful paintings. Join the bakery for coffee, cookies, and conversation.

Elinoff & Co., 204 West Colorado Avenue

Elinoff Gallery presents regional and international artists, colored gemstones and diamond jewelry, and local Telluride charms.

Gallery 81435, 230 South Fir Street

sharon feder

Gallery 81435 presents an exciting new series of industrial landscape paintings by Denver artist Sharon Feder. Her show “Δ t” (Change in Time) contemplates the geometry and emptiness of structures, both visually and metaphorically. Buildings, as elements that form our urban environment, inform both an understanding and unity with both the made and natural world.

Kamruz Gallery, 333 West Colorado

Kamruz Gallery features local artists exhibits and photography by Mary Kenez that captures the spirit of Telluride.

Lustre, an Artisan Gallery, 171 South Pine Street

duke's image

Lustre Gallery is showcasing the work of Duke Plofker through December 13. Duke will join Lustre for an artist reception Thursday evening for Art Walk.

Duke Plofker, a 17-year-old photographer captures and shares energetic and vivid imagery from travels throughout elevated Colorado landscapes to fascinating moments from cities around the world. Duke is currently a senior at the Telluride High School and feels extremely fortunate to call Telluride home.

Slate Gray Gallery, 209 East Colorado Avenue

Slate Gray Gallery is showcasing a new collection of home embellishment, personal adornment, and general finery for the winter season. Stop by this Thursday for the Holiday Art Walk to see new exhibits featuring artists Joan Fullerton, Peggy Weiss, Todd Alexander, Teak Elmore, Deborah Harrington, Katherine Lott and local artist, Jane Sanchez.

Telluride Gallery of Fine Art, 130 East Colorado Avenue

Georgia O'Keefe

Georgia O’Keefe

Telluride Gallery presents “Dan Budnik: Picturing Artists.” Renowned photojournalist Dan Budnik exhibits intimate portraits of American abstract artists in their studios from the 1950’s-1970’s. Budnik will be in attendance for the opening reception during Art Walk. (See related, detailed story here.)

Tony Newlin Gallery, 100 West Colorado Avenue

The Tony Newlin Gallery features the wildlife and nature photography of Tony Newlin. His collection includes images from Colorado,Western United States, and Alaska. Available in a range of sizes, finishes and frames, discover aspen trees, Colorado mountain scenes, bears, moose and a variety of other wildlife and nature scenes.  Tony is true to the original scene and believes composition, light and behavior are the keys to great images.

 Turquoise Door Gallery, 226 West Colorado Avenue


The Turquoise Gallery presents original works by Jim Wodark, Valerie Levy Franzese, Sonia Reid, and Robert J. Franzese.

WE, 126 East Colorado Avenue

WE, formerly Wizard Emporium, presents artisan gifts and unique jewelry, fine art, pottery, toys, frames, photographs, and cards from the region.

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