Telluride Arts & Mountainfilm: Special Event Art Walk, 5/28!

Telluride Arts & Mountainfilm: Special Event Art Walk, 5/28!

The special Mountainfilm Telluride Art Walk takes place Friday, May 26. Participating venues are open from 4-7pm and host receptions to introduce their new exhibits and artists. 

Complimentary Gallery Guides, offering a self-guided tour, are available at participating venues or online at The guide can be used at any time to help navigate through galleries and venues that are open to the public most days. 

For more information about the Telluride art galleries and exhibition venues, visit: View more Telluride Arts District upcoming events here:

Go here for more on Telluride Arts’ Art Walk in general.

Ah Haa School for the Arts


In partnership with MountainFilm, the Ah Haa School for the Arts is delighted to host “Revealing Histories – Reimagining Landscapes,” the world Premiere of the Onward Project, an interactive Virtual Reality exhibition that amplifies Native voices to inspire new understandings of history and place in the American Southwest.

Blueplanet VR’s Eric Hanson has created an interactive exhibition that immerses visitors in the largest historic research program in the Four Corners region through art, technology and a diverse array of perspectives. This interactive exhibition offers visitors a rare chance to explore a virtual retelling of the American West that reveals unique histories, unprecedented access to little-seen ancient Puebloan sites, recovers voices and reimagines the landscapes of the 4 corners region.

BELLA Fine Goods

BELLA Fine Goods presents an exquisite and lovingly curated fine-jewelry collection that brings together the work of artists and designers from around the world. For the Mountainfilm Art Walk, BELLA Fine Goods is showcasing works by Rebecca Pashia and Alex Sepkus.

With a background in Interior Design, Rebecca Pashia understands color and balance, and strives to make meaningful art that will inspire people where we live and work. Each painting is an original, with no available reproductions.

Rebecca’s landscapes and abstracts are timeless and are collected nationwide. In her twenties, the artist developed her own oil technique of slipping and spreading paint across a surface with large spatulas and brushes, trying to keep the paint loose and raw. That technique is still the way she paints today.

Alex Sepkus is a visionary artist who made a name for himself with his intricate and unusual jewelry designs combined with exquisite gemstones. He is known for his distinctive micro-mosaic-like patterns created using tiny hand-crafted elements.

Between the Covers / Bruno

Between the Covers/Bruno is hosting an exhibition of large-format film images by conservation photographer and filmmaker Dawn Kish. Her new film screens at Telluride Mountainfilm.

Between the Covers has been a haven for book-lovers and a community hub since 1974. Visit the new store and Bruno Café.

Slate Gray

In conjunction with Mountainfilm, Slate Gray Gallery presents the work of two artists featured in the film “Trees, and Other Entanglements.”

Both artists will be present for Art Walk.

Photographer Beth Moon will show large-scale, richly toned pigment prints of trees.

Bonsai master Ryan Neil will display a selection of bonsai trees and will be trimming in the gallery all day on Friday.

Telluride Arts HQ West


In conjunction with Mountainfilm, Telluride Arts HQ West is hosting “Wild and Regenerative” an installation by the nonprofit educational foundation Around the World in 80 Fabrics.

Today 60% of our wardrobes are made from polyesters, acrylics and nylon mixes– directly sourced from oil and gas. Around the World in 80 Fabrics strives to shift our collective, unhealthy and unsustainable path by weaving together traditional techniques with new technologies in green chemistry and synthetic biology. The goal? To forge a brighter, non-petroleum, future with drastically less waste.

In addition, Telluride Arts HQ West is featuring “Telluride Shredders,” a photography exhibit by local artist, Ben Eng.

As a graduate of Fort Lewis in nearby Durango with no formal photography training, Ben has found his way in life through the camera, a passion for snowboarding, and the unending need to keep the dream alive. The intent of this collection is to simply show some of the local pros getting after it in Telluride’s backyard.

A portion of show proceeds will be donated to Protect our Winters (POW) in memory of Hilaree Nelson.


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