February 5, 2023
Aspen Chapel Gallery, Farm Collaborative associate on ‘Artwork Harvest’ mixed-media present
Artist Fran Reither’s oil-on-canvas work “The Line Up” can be a part of the “Artwork Harvest” multi-media exhibition at Aspen Chapel Gallery. The exhibition opens with an artists’ reception from 4-7 p.m. Aug. 24 and can be open to the general public till Oct. 1.
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“Artwork Harvest,” a mixed-media present, will open on the Aspen Chapel Gallery with a reception for the artists from 4 to 7 p.m. on Aug. 24.

The exhibit will run by way of Oct. 1. Taking part artists embrace: Rachel Becker, Michael Bonds, Megan Hughes, Peter Gannis, Sue Kolbe, Sam Louras (additionally the curator), Corina Minniti, Jayne Mosher, Leif Mosher, Fran Reither, Marty Schlein and Nina Zaale. 

The present is in partnership with The Farm Collaborative, a Colorado nonprofit, which has a mission to attach youngsters, adults and group by way of farming and meals. Ten p.c of gross sales and 20% of sponsorships go to the nonprofit. 



The gallery opened 37 years in the past; the “Artwork Harvest” unveiling will mark its 236th exhibition.

The Aspen Chapel Gallery is positioned within the Aspen Chapel, off the roundabout. For extra data, name gallery co-directors Tom Ward, 970-925-8367, Michael Bonds, 970-925-6083, or the Aspen Chapel at 970-925-7184.



Photographer Nina Zale’s “Goats” can be a part of the “Artwork Harvest” show working Aug. 24 by way of Oct. 1 on the Aspen Chapel Gallery, which is teaming with the Farm Collaborative on the exhibition.
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Jayne Mosher used fake metallic and yarrow stems to make “Chook Farm Home with Windmill #2,” which can be can be a part of the “Artwork Harvest” multi-media exhibition at Aspen Chapel Gallery that runs Aug. 24 by way of Oct. 1.
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