Aspen Chapel Gallery hosts ‘In Between Things’ opening |

Aspen Chapel Gallery hosts ‘In Between Things’ opening

"Sunset," by Liam Egloff. Egloff, 18, of Glenwood Springs, is among the artists exhibiting at the Aspen Chapel Gallery's new show, "In Between Things."

The Aspen Chapel Gallery is opening its first new show of the year Wednesday. Titled “In Between Things” and curated by Michael McConnell, it features oil and acrylic paintings by Roaring Fork Valley artists, including Elisabeth Rojas Capilla, Nicole DeSimone, Liam Egloff, Michele Gray, Michael Kinsley, Jocelyn Murray, Katie Van Alstine, Cind Vandeveer, David Warner and Amy Zausmer.

The gallery hosts an opening reception today from 5 to 7 p.m. It will remain up through Feb. 22. Located in the Aspen Chapel at the roundabout, the gallery features year round changing exhibitions of Roaring Fork Valley artists.

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