Art Around Town

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Mark Ivins photograph on exhibit at 1st. National Bank, 915 Hover, Longmont

‘Art Around Town’ is the art lending program of Arts Longmont (formally Longmont Council for the Arts).

There are currently six public locations in Longmont where artists’ work is on exhibit. Three times a year, artists who are members of the Arts Longmont’s Art Around Town program move their art to these locations. Some—like High Plains Bank (Kimbark Street) and 1st National Bank (Hover)—feature a single artist. Others like Longmont United Hospital and the Burlington Medical Center can have between four and eight artists. Photography, oil painting, mixed media and carbon pigment prints are among the media represented by the artists.

On display until the end of March 2018 are the following artists:

Longmont United Hospital
1950 Mountain View Ave.
Nancy Champion, Betty LaVelle, Ashton Lacy Jones, Katrina Doyle, Alecia Jensen and Becky Everett.

Burlington Medical Center
205 South Main Street.
Longmont, CO (1/2 block West from South Main street)
Kimberly McClintock, Gretel Wolniewicz, Roger Kopman and Nathan Pulley.

Bross Street Assisted Living
537 Bross St.
Dot Pecina

Wyatt’s Wet Goods
1250 Hover St. (South end of Village at the Peaks Mall)
Bob Maynard

At High Plains Bank
600 Kimbark St.
Diane Wood

At 1st National Bank
915 Hover St. (Corner of Hover and Nelson streets)
Mark Ivins

For further information about Longmont Arts and their other programs and exhibits go to their website http://artslongmont.org/.


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