Grand Junction artist to participate in juried show

Grand Junction artist Jody Ahrens has been accepted to participate in the Governor’s Art Show, the largest juried art show to exclusively feature Colorado artists.

The month-long show will be held at the Loveland Museum and Gallery. The event is scheduled to begin with a preview party and gala on April 28. Tickets are available to the public for $100 and $75, respectively. The show will open to the public April 29 and continue through May 28.

Ahrens was one of 56 artists chosen to participate in Governor’s Art Show. Only about 20 percent of artwork submitted is accepted by the jury. The painters and sculptors participating this year come from across Colorado and represent a variety of mediums, techniques, and styles.

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