Thanks to the community

Local photographer thanks residents supporting art show

To the Community of Golden,

Thank you for your support and kind words regarding the month long exhibit of photographs on the pedestrian bridge.

It was encouraging to see that public displays of art work are not subject to vandalism in this town, and it speaks to the level of appreciation for the arts throughout Golden.

It is my hope that the bridge can become a regular display space for artists of all types, and that people will consider other alternative outdoor exhibit spaces as well.

I am happy to answer questions or brainstorm with anyone interested in showing their work around town.

Please feel free to contact me at claire@dibblephotography.com. If you did not have an opportunity to see the show while it was up, please visit www.dibblephotograhy.com/projects.  Sincerely,

Claire Dibble

Golden

 

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