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By Cindi Galabota
Special to The PREVIEW
Celebrate Earth Week with Habitat for Humanity of Archuleta County as we host our third Recycled Arts Show on April 24, 25 and 26, next to the old City Market in downtown Pagosa Springs. Local artists from a variety of backgrounds will be displaying and selling their original artwork.
Preview all artwork, made mostly from recycled, reclaimed or found materials on Thursday, April 24, from noon-6 p.m. Entrance is free to the public with donations accepted.
Join your friends on Friday, April 25, as Habitat for Humanity hosts the Arts Show Gallery Opening and Meet the Artists event. Enjoy an evening filled with incredible recycled artwork and music made and performed by Pagosa’s very own artists. Sample delicious hors d’oeuvres and refreshments from local caterers. Bid on a variety of packages at the silent auction. The Picnic Getaway package includes a picnic basket filled with a variety of items and gift certificates for an outdoor lunch. As always, we will have our incredible birdhouses for sale, decorated in a variety of styles. Tickets to the opening are $25 and can be purchased in advance at the Habitat for Humanity office and the Chamber of Commerce.
On Saturday, April 26, the public is invited to experience the art gallery and purchase artwork from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Entrance is free with donations accepted.
Dee Pitchon is an artist that has been with the Recycled Arts Show since its inception in 2012. Dee makes jewelry and wind chimes from recycled pieces found almost anywhere. She believes in the collaboration of new and old and the importance of reclaiming something before it ends up in the landfill. Dee will be displaying and selling her jewelry and wind chimes at the Recycled Arts Show.
You will be amazed at the variety of artwork; there is sure to be a style for everyone. Buy your tickets now, before they sell out. You can purchase tickets for Friday evening’s event at the Habitat for Humanity office and the Chamber of Commerce. For more information, please call Cindi Galabota at 264-6960 or visit our website at habitatarchuleta.org.