Photo: View artist Nancy Rondeau’s paintings at Vail library
Vail artist Nancy Rondeau is having her 11th-annual show at the Vail Public Library Community Room the last two weeks in November. This year, her show features new works in oil and watercolor, combined with selected paintings from earlier years. The paintings in this show feature her expressions of the evergreen presence in our mountain terrain, plus new watercolors of summer flowers. Featured is this one large painting (36 inches by 60 inches) titled “Early Snow in the Vail Mountains.” Rondeau’s show runs from Monday, Nov. 16, through Monday, Nov. 30, excluding Thanksgiving Day. Hours are 10 a.m. to 8 p.m. Monday through Thursday and 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Friday through Sunday. The Vail Public Library is located at 292 W. Meadow Drive in Vail.
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