Second Community Collective Exhibition on display at Vail Public Library |

Second Community Collective Exhibition on display at Vail Public Library

The town of Vail's Art in Public Places, in conjunction with the Vail Public Library, is displaying the second Community Collective Exhibition at the Vail library through Oct. 14.
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What: Second Community Collective Exhibition.

When: Through Oct. 14.

Where: Community Room, Vail Public Library, 292 W. Meadow Drive, Vail.

Cost: Free.

More information: Contact Molly Eppard, town of Vail Art in Public Places coordinator, at or 970-479-2344.

VAIL — The town of Vail’s Art in Public Places is currently exhibiting work by nine local artists in the Vail Public Library’s Community Room through Oct. 14. The exhibition includes oil, watercolor and acrylic paintings, as well as photography.

The Community Collective Exhibition is a public art initiative of AIPP and the Vail Public Library to prominently display art by Eagle County artists above the library’s fireplace.

“We are delighted to collectively showcase our local talent who applied for this initiative for our guests and residents to enjoy in this exhibition,” said Molly Eppard, AIPP coordinator.

The nine artists who have work on display are Steve Chinn, Trish Donovan, Ellen Dwyer, Elaine Kuntz, Hazel Murray, Joan Norris, Nancy Rondeau, Christine Sena and Joan Willoughby.

The public is invited to select the next work to be displayed over the fireplace through a People’s Choice Award. This chosen work will be the next work of art on view above the fireplace within the library.

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