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Friday, July 10, 2009

Older Boulder Artists exhibit in Downtown Boulder

"The Chinese Jacket" by Betty Evans Cook

At 80 years young, Gay Curran teaches the art of watercolor to students three times a week. Her beginning and advanced classes consists of aspiring artists who are between the ages of 79 -94. Her classrooms are at the Golden West and Flatirons Terrace retirement homes.


This Sunday, July 12, Boulder Arts and Crafts Gallery in Downtown Boulder will host a reception for Curran's students from 3 - 5 p.m. The public is invited to come out and meet the
artists who will be discussing their works. Boulder Arts and Crafts Gallery's Older Boulder Artists exhibit is on display now through July 26.

Read more about the Older Boulder Artists:

Seniors' art gains exposure (Camera, June 22)
Art classes keep Boulder seniors young (Camera, June 25)


Located on the 1400 block of the Pearl Street Mall, the Boulder Arts & Crafts Gallery is one of the oldest artist cooperatives in the United States and a popular destination for locals and visitors alike. year-round. The gallery is owned and operated by 42 artists and represents the work of hundreds of artists from Colorado, the Rocky Mountain region and throughout the United States. Paintings, prints, photography, jewelry, pottery, wood, stained and blown glass, sculpture and furniture are represented. Learn more





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