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Public Art Exhibits & Other Commission News

Susan Metzger at the Avalon Theatre

City Hall Art Exhibits

Works of art by several local artists grace the hallways and lobbies of the Grand Junction City Hall at 250 N. 5th Street, which provides an excellent venue for art. The temporary, rotating exhibits augment the numerous sculptures and paintings which are part of the City's permanent collection on display throughout the building. The City Hall building is open to the public from 7:30 AM to 5:00 PM on Monday through Friday.

The current exhibit at City Hall features Gourd Artist, Linda Paige, photographer Steve Smith, painter Nancy Patterson and Palisade Art Lovers (Pals) upstairs on the group wall. The exhibit will be on display through July 9, 2018 and most of the pieces are for sale.

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Tiara Rado Golf Course Art Exhibit  

This exhibit is temporarily stored while the restaurant renovates. It will be reinstalled Friday, April 20 at the new Clubhouse 25!

The exhibit features beautiful works by Randi Garcia, Stacia Baker, Steven Marshall, and Susan Metzger.

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Two Rivers Convention Center 

The exhibit features Susan Metzger, Linda Love, Bob Martin, Stacia Baker, Randi Garcia & Roberta Shader. The exhibit will be on display until July 16 and items are for sale.

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The Avalon Theatre

The current exhibit features photographer Linda Love, painters Gary Hauscholtz,Steven Marshall, Brooks Powell & David Mosier. The exhibit will be on display through July 9, 2018 and most of the pieces are for sale. 

To apply to the Artist List

For artwork to be displayed at any of our locations, artists are selected and invited to exhibit by the Commission on Arts and Culture. The Commission organizes quarterly rotating exhibits in order to feature outstanding area artists and their work. Submit 5 jpg's of your work to lorieg@gjcity.org. The temporary displays reflect the wonderful diversity of art and artists in the Grand Valley. They have included a wide variety of local painters, fiber and tapestry artists, sculptors, photographers, ceramic artists, and artists' guilds and clubs.

City of Grand Junction Commission on Arts and Culture

This is a print version of a webpage. View the original at: http://www.gjarts.org/cultural-happenings-news-events/current-events/

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