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Telluride Gallery of Fine Art

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Telluride Gallery of Fine Art
Telluride Gallery of Fine Art
Telluride - 130 East Colorado Avenue - CO 81435
A gem in the mountains, Telluride Gallery of Fine Art is dedicated to connecting contemporary art with art lovers since 1985. As the region's oldest established gallery, we exhibit the best in contemporary painting, photography, sculpture, and avant-garde jewelry. We strive to remain at the forefront of emerging and contemporary art while being a resource for artists, clients, and the community.

Telluride is a unique location surrounded by the 13,000’ San Juan Mountains and tucked in a box canyon. We are proudly a cultural center of Colorado and a designated Arts District. Telluride Gallery of Fine Art is known for broad curation, unique style, minimalist aesthetic, a small and knowledgeable staff and inviting fine art atmosphere.

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