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The Art Base Council Visits the Home Studio of Summers Moore

By Etta Meyer | Photographed by MarySue Bonetti | April 30, 2018 | Parties

This spring, one of the Roaring Fork Valley’s leading non-profits, The Art Base, gathered its council of top supporters at the home and studio of Summers Moore. Moore toured the group through her modern log house which features her work throughout and is set on the dramatic plains of Missouri Heights. May is Mental Health Month so the discussion was aptly focused on the healing powers of art and creative expression, something the Art Base knows well with its extensive programming for youth and those in need. The subject was close to home for Moore whose practice with photography and art helped her grieve the loss of her husband. A documentary on Moore’s healing process, Ten Years Out, recently screened at the 5 Points Film Festival in Carbondale.

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