A new neighbor, a new look | AspenTimes.com

A new neighbor, a new look

Dear Editor:

Eight months later, we are comfortably settled in our same yet newly remodeled space at 213 S. Mill St. in Aspen, and looking forward to the opening of our neighbors, Justice Snow, this weekend! Valley Fine Art, as always, will continue to provide an intimate art experience by representing a fine selection of American West artists from the 19th and early 21th century.

In addition to Mayor Ireland, the members of City Council, city of Aspen staff, and the very supportive Aspen community, I would especially like to thank Aspen Constructors Inc., Rowland and Broughton Architects, the Wheeler Opera House staff, Joe McGuire Design, Dwyer Electric, and Pete Hajdu Custom Furniture for installing us in this wonderful space (they were all beyond fabulous!).

I warmly invite you to come by for a visit, and to take a look at the country’s largest collection of vintage Native American photographs by Edward S. Curtis – a true reflection of the spirit and vitality of Aspen.

Owner, Valley Fine Art


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