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Elaine Kuntz Watercolor Exhibit "Valentine & Celebrations of Nature" begins today

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Elaine's first Vail Valentine was a special one-of-a-kind gift for the man in her life, Frank McCluer. Inspired by the move to Eagle County and the man who brought her out here, Elaine painted a watercolor Valentine for him. It became a tradition and every year she has created a new card, each with a skiing or snow theme and a heart. Since then she has printed the cards and made them avaiable for sale in shops around Vail. Exhibit runs through February 15th and is open to the public during library hours (exclusive of meetings/events).

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When February 1, 2014
from 11:00 AM to 6:00 PM
Where Vail Public Library's Community Room (exclusive of meetings/events
Contact Name Elaine Kuntz
Contact Email
Contact Phone 970-476-3805
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