North Fork Times
Monday July 28, 2014

Students enrolled in the Art & Nature camp with Cedar Keshet will debut their installations of nature-based and inspired sculptures at the Paonia River Park, at Grand Avenue and Highway 187.
The budding artists will present their sculptures from 10 a.m. until noon on Friday, June 6.

They will be available for comment and discussion of their works. Come meet these young artists and view their work at the beautifully restored Paonia River Park.  This exhibition will be the culmination of a week-long study and work into the meaning of nature, art and the impact of both on the individual as well as our community.
This event is presented in conjunction with the Western Slope Conservation Center, which is working on maintaining, developing and restoring the ecosystem of the river park to increase the educational opportunities in the park as well as provide an expanded area for wildlife viewing, kayaking, fishing and hiking.

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