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Basalt Gallery provides quality exhibition space in the quaint, historic town of Basalt. The gallery features artists from the Roaring Fork Valley, but also represents painters from throughout Colorado, New Mexico and Utah. The gallery offers a wide array of traditional and contemporary oils, watercolors, pastels, sculpture and photography. Local and regional artists include Susan Crenshaw Walker, Roger Davis, Ann Gaechter, Judy Haas, Don Hamilton, Dan Young, Heather Foster, John Berry, Cheryl Browder and Gene Adcock.

Location: PO Box 1819, 200 Basalt Center Circle, Basalt Colorado 81621 Telephone 970-927-9668

Other Art nearby:
(Aspen) Alice Koelle Photography
(Leadville) Art and Mary Dupont
(Aspen) Baldwin Gallery
(Basalt) Basalt Gallery
(Breckenridge) Breckenridge Gallery
(Crested Butte) Chris Ladoulis Photography

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