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COLOR: A Mixed Media Exhibition by Kane Scheidegger

December 17, 2018 10:00 am - December 31, 2018 5:00 am


Ridgway’s new gallery, the 610 Arts Collective, features “COLOR” by artist Kane Scheidegger throughout the month of December. To view the show and meet the artist, there will be a gallery reception on December 2 at 6:10 p.m.

“I am a landscape and ski photographer based out of Telluride/Ridgway Colorado. I specialize in larger than life images that capture Mother Nature’s most striking moments,” says Kane Scheidegger. “My images are printed on large canvas (like 4ft x 8ft) to bring the viewer a real life experience. Most images are large panoramics taken throughout the world with a focus on Southwest Colorado, where I call home. During the spring and summer months I am hiking and camping in the alpine to capture our Earth’s most magnificent moments. As fall rolls around you can find my searching for the perfect aspen grove or long lost waterfall surrounding my lens with the wonderful hues of Autumn, what a magical time of year. Winter is one of my favorite seasons as that means lots of ski days and quiet skins among majestic mountains. During the winter I photograph everything from extreme ski descents to tranquil moments of clearing storms to quiet ski approaches through sastrugi carved bowls.”

Kane was born and raised in Ridgway,CO., and has a bachelor of science in graphic arts. After setting up a graphics company in Ridgway, Colorado he pursued my passion of photography. “I am self taught through perseverance and many outings in search of perfect light and composition. Many of my photographs are taken using a technical medium format camera. I love the slow process of this technique and feel that the end result is of the upmost quality. I currently use Phase One’s A-Series 100 megapixel camera. For my ski photography I use Canon’s 5dsr 50 megapixel camera for its portability and weather resistant body/lenses. This past year I have really enjoyed painting on top of my photographs, since I already print on canvas it seemed to make sense and love the process of creating with my hands using color and shape to enrich the photo and to add abstract elements,” Kane says.

“COLOR” will be on display for the month of December with an opening reception on December 2 from 6:10-9:00 pm at 610 Arts Collective (610 Clinton St. in Ridgway). It will also be available for viewing Monday-Friday from 10 am to 5 pm and on Ridgway’s Noel Night on December 7. For more information, visit or, or call (970) 318-0150.




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