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Past Exhibits

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Robert Gray

Robert Gray is a Colorado artist born in Denver.

Gray’s paintings often depict western action; but whatever the theme, his aim is to keep the work exciting with a loose style and lots of bright colors.


Student Art Show


"Branching Out"

Cie Hoover

​​Tree branches reach in all directions. Like the limbs and roots of a tree, Cie Hoover's aim is to create art that is dynamic, gives a sense of movement, and yet is calming to view. Through the employment of wood as his primary medium, Cie's art pays homage to nature and to the natural world.


"Moments in Time"

Phillip Berghauser

​​Phil’s love of the outdoors began at an early age as his parents took him canoeing on New England’s water ways and racing down the slopes at Cannon Mountain.  As a high school student in Massachusetts, he had the opportunity to capture Mother Nature’s beauty through black and white photography.



David Daniels & David Knighten



"McFadden Family Show"

Don McFadden & Pepper Foley

Don McFadden was born and raised in Englewood, Colorado.  He earned a bachelor’s degree in art education at Fort Lewis College in Durango, and followed that with a master’s degree in art education at Adams State College in Alamosa.  He was hired to teach art at Cedaredge High in the fall of 1977 and continued in that position for 35 years

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"A Graphic Response"

Ouida Touchon

Ouida Touchón is a visual artist from New Mexico, now living in Delta, Colorado who spends most of her waking moments at the easel or the press.


"An Artist's Journey"

Jennifer Riefenberg

Jennifer paints in various mediums – but is most at home, outside with nature and her paints. She is a fourth-generation Colorado native and has degrees in engineering and mathematics.

Jennifer is a board member of Plein Air Artists of Colorado (PAAC) and a member of the American Impressionist Society, Pastel Society of Colorado, and Oil Painters of America.

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Student Art Exhibit

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"Painting on the Fly"

Artist Bill Althoff

After retiring from a 40-year Engineering and Consulting and Naval career Bill Althoff decided to add a new hobby, painting, to his fly-fishing addiction of 55 years. He's been painting now for about 8 years. The fly fishing takes him to some the most beautiful places so what better place to retire than Colorado.

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"The Eighth Tribe"

Artist Barbara Allen

Barbara moved to Cedaredge from Wichita, Kansas, about thirty years ago. Barbara and members of the 8th Tribe have been traveling and painting together for many happy years.


"A Brush with Adventure"

By Fred Honchell


Fred Honchell is a transparent watercolor artist living in Delta Colorado. He moved to Colorado’s Western slope after retiring from mechanical engineering work to be near the mountainous 

Terrain which he loves to paint. His limited formal art training has been in taking classes in drawing, design, and painting at Red Rocks Community College in Golden, CO., plus numerous workshops.

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"Painter of Moods & Seasons"

By Bertie Stroup Marah


Bertie is a girl from New Mexico who has made an impact in the art world. Growing up she explored the legendary hills and canyons of the desert. But the dreams and aspirations of youth are often forgotten, as in Bertie's case, postponed. After high school, she married, had two sons and moved to the Western Slope of Colorado. Later, Bertie remembered her old dreams and quit her job to paint full time.


"Home At Last"

By Gayle Gerson


Gayle was born in Troy, New York in 1948 and currently lives in the shadow of the Colorado National Monument in Grand Junction, Colorado as she has for almost thirty years with her husband, George. George and Gayle have two grown children and enjoy
traveling throughout the world.

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"Cartoons at Work"

By Don Benjamin

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"Reproduction, Representation & Legitimation"

By Bryan Dean Daniel

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"Daphna & Friends

In the past 40 years or so I have been blessed with friends in the arts.  Those showing hear are both local and work in the field of sculpture.

They have become my friends for varied reasons, and I am grateful to have them in this exhibit with me. ~ Daphna Russell


"Western Inspirations"

Marko Marino

"Wildlife of Delta County"

Larry Dumler

"Western Inspirations"

Paintings by Roger Milway

and Marty Rathburn

"Western Inspirations"

Paintings by Roger Milway

and Marty Rathburn

"Daredevils & Sideshows"

Paintings by Joe Milich

Sculptures by Michael Short

"Daredevils and Sideshows"

Paintings by Joe Milich

Sculptures by Michael Short

"Thank You Colorado Grand"

Classic Car Watercolors

by Dale Russell Smith

Dale Russell Smith has been 'serious' about watercolors for about 20 years now and has been painting full time since 2003.  He works almost exclusively from photographs he composes and shoots himself.  His goal is to capture the unique light and essence of the subject.

“A fifty-year retrospective look at the diversified art forms of
Karen Brueggemann”

Ever since the first box of crayons, Karen knew she wanted to create stuff.  She took every art class offered in junior high and high school.  Shortly after she was married, she started painting with oils, joined an art league and started selling her work at art shows.  It wasn’t long before this became her way of life.

Virginia Blackstock

"The Music of My Soul"

Virginia is a professional Watercolorist who has had her paintings published in 5 Watercolor books,  American Artist Magazine, The Artist Magazine, and International Artist Magazine.  She has an article in the April/May 2019 edition of International Artist Magazine.

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