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A Recap of the 2016 Aspen Arts Festival



Photos by Laura Pilz

The Aspen Arts Festival is an unforgettable experience for fans of fine art. The 2016 event, which took place on July 23-24, gave attendees an exclusive opportunity to experience a range of phenomenal creations ranging from life-size sculptures, photography, glass, paintings, ceramics, one-of-a-kind jewelry, and mixed media.

Nestled in downtown Aspen surrounded by classic Colorado mountains, the festival takes place over three blocks showcasing original art from local and national artists. Featuring a variety of artists, from painters, sculptors, and woodworkers, to jewelry makers, glass, and metal experts, the Aspen Arts Festival is a celebration of eclectic but truly fine art. Attendees enjoyed food from local eateries, and had the chance to purchase original artwork from the artists themselves during this weekend of art inspiration and celebration.

Don’t miss the annual festival next summer! 

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