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Converging creative journeys

Each having graduated high school in 1994 in different parts of the country, five Durango artists and friends look back at what it means to be 40 in new multimedia show at Studio &

Courtesy of Tim Kapustka

Tim Kapustka’s vector illustration of O.J. Simpson representing the year 1994, which will be featured in the Studio & show “So Far: Reconstructing 40 Years.”
Courtesy of Tim Kapustka

Tim Kapustka’s vector illustration representing the year 2000, which will be featured in the Studio & show “So Far: Reconstructing 40 Years.”
Courtesy of Tom Kipp

Tom Kipp’s painting representing the year 2015, the Year of the Goat in the Chinese zodiac and the year he turned 40. The painting will be featured in the Studio & show “So Far: Reconstructing 40 Years.”
Courtesy of Tom Kipp

A photo taken by Tom Kipp from 1994 which will be featured in the Studio & show “So Far: Reconstructing 40 Years.”
Courtesy of Dan Groth

A collage by Dan Groth to be featured in the Studio & show “So Far: Reconstructing 40 Years.”
Courtesy of Dan Garner

A mixed-media piece by Dan Garner to be featured in the Studio & show “So Far: Reconstructing 40 Years.”
Courtesy of Dan Garner

A mixed media piece by Dan Garner to be featured in the Studio & show “So Far: Reconstructing 40 Years.”
Tim Kapustka
Dan Garner
Shay Lopez
Dan Groth
Tom Kipp