Off the Beaten Path explodes in July Gem Village art festival draws crowds in first year

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Off the Beaten Path explodes in July Gem Village art festival draws crowds in first year

Drea Michelle, owner of DreaMKlay Creations in durango, displayed her hand made ceramic teapots, vases and other wares July 19 at Off the Beaten Path.
Amy Stuck of Ignacio showed her handmade glass windchimes. Even though they look delicate, she said hers has been hanging outside for eight years without any pieces breaking. One of Stuck's clients on the East Coast said her chimes survived at her home 45 minutes from the eye of Hurricane Sandy.
Amber Malarsie of Bayfield uses a variety of media and recycled bits and pieces to create her art.

Off the Beaten Path explodes in July Gem Village art festival draws crowds in first year

Drea Michelle, owner of DreaMKlay Creations in durango, displayed her hand made ceramic teapots, vases and other wares July 19 at Off the Beaten Path.
Amy Stuck of Ignacio showed her handmade glass windchimes. Even though they look delicate, she said hers has been hanging outside for eight years without any pieces breaking. One of Stuck's clients on the East Coast said her chimes survived at her home 45 minutes from the eye of Hurricane Sandy.
Amber Malarsie of Bayfield uses a variety of media and recycled bits and pieces to create her art.
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