See your art displayed at the public library in Vail |

See your art displayed at the public library in Vail

This watercolor, titled "Winter Whispers" by Vail local Charmayne Bernhardt, was on view at the Vail Library last April.
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VAIL — The art initiative between the town of Vail Public Library and Art in Public Places to prominently display a work of art above the library’s fireplace continues with the next application deadline on April 2. This public art program between AIPP and the library serves as an opportunity for local artists to have a work of art on view in this prominent location for a period of approximately three months.

Seven artists have been featured since the inception of this program in July of 2013. Various styles and mediums have been displayed including oil, watercolor, gouache and photography. Each artist is allowed to submit one work for the application review. If selected, the work will remain on view for a three-month period above the striking stone fireplace. The next deadline to submit your application for this rotating art program is April 2. The chosen work will be on display from April 13 through July 13. This opportunity is open to Eagle County residents and property owners.

Further information and the application details for the rotating art above the library’s fireplace may be found at For more information, contact Molly Eppard, Art in Public Places coordinator, at 970-479-2344 or

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