An interactive art installation on display now at the Blue Sage Gallery in Paonia was inspired by local residents and businesses.
It’s Thursday night in Paonia. Elsewhere Studios is packed with people.
They’re here to see the work of the artists who are wrapping up their residencies.
On the second-floor of the studio is an art installation created by two women from California.
The upper portion of the display is a canopy of sticks arranged like an upside down bird’s nest with threads hanging down from it.
Pass the Mic Arts reporter, Riven Sky Badgett, interviews local artist and silk-screener, Maya Arthur.