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Aug 17, 2019

Ann Korologos Gallery is located in the heart of historic downtown Basalt, situated between the Gold Medal Waters of the Frying Pan River, and the swift waters of the Roaring Fork River. Our rivers are graced with an abundance of wild trout, the gold medals for the fisherman standing knee deep in waders, or casting from the confines of a boat. Enjoy these new works captured by local painter, Dan Young, and Wyoming-based printmaker, Joel Ostlind. 

Dan Young, “A Fall Day to Remember,” Oil on Panel, 24 x 36 in
Dan Young - Fishing the Gap
Dan Young, “Fishing the Gap,” Oil on Panel, 10 x 12 in
Dan Young - Autumn on the Eagle
Dan Young, “Autumn on the Eagle,” Oil on Panel, 10 x 12 in
Joel Ostlind - The Bamboo Rod 5/96
Joel Ostlind, “The Bamboo Rod 5/96,” Copper Plate Etching, 5 x 8 in
Joel Ostlind - Royally Tied 15/72
Joel Ostlind, “Royally Tied 14/72,” Etching with Watercolor, 3 x 4 in
Joel Ostlind - Chine Colle Trout Blue
Joel Ostlind, “Chine Colle Trout Blue,” Chine Colle with Hand, Painted
Joel Ostlind - Believing in Nymphs 34/96
Joel Ostlind, “Believing in Nymphs 34/96,” Copper Plate Etching, 5 x 8 in
Dan Young, “Morning on the Fork,” Oil on Panel, 12 x 16 in
Dan Young, “Always in Season,” Oil on Board, 8 x 10 in
Joel Ostlind - Fit to Be Tied 25/48
Joel Ostlind, “Fit to Be Tied 25/48,” Copper Plate Etching, 5 x 6 in
Joel Ostlind - Women of the Waters
Joel Ostlind, “Women of the Waters,” watercolor and gouache, 10 x 8 inches

View more weeks by Dan Young and Joel Ostlind, or explore more Western-themed artworks here. For more information about these works, please call us at 970.927.9668, email art@korologosgallery.com, or visit us at 211 Midland Avenue in Basalt, Colorado.

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