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High hopes

Emerging artist Trent Taylor hopes 1st show will fund charity
Trent Taylor goes airborne, with help from his trampoline, in front of a mural he painted on the side of the Cooper Tire building on College Drive in Durango.
Trent Taylor’s “Something Mistaken For Nothing,” an acrylic and latex on canvas painting.
An untitled acrylic and latex on canvas by Taylor.
Trent Taylor pauses in front of acrylic and latex paintings on canvas in the bedroom of his Durango home.

High hopes

Trent Taylor goes airborne, with help from his trampoline, in front of a mural he painted on the side of the Cooper Tire building on College Drive in Durango.
Trent Taylor’s “Something Mistaken For Nothing,” an acrylic and latex on canvas painting.
An untitled acrylic and latex on canvas by Taylor.
Trent Taylor pauses in front of acrylic and latex paintings on canvas in the bedroom of his Durango home.
If you go

“Life Don’t Stop/Random Accounts,” artwork by Trent Taylor, Norton Furguncino, Julian Misliuc and others, 6 p.m. Saturday at Inferno Boardshop, 1001 Main Ave., Proceeds from sales will benefit Unite Our World’s efforts to fund schools in Uganda. For more information, visit www.uniteourworld.org.

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