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Award-winning oil painter, Clint Eccher, displays 25 original works of art consisting of more than 70 paintings during his April 28-May 4 exhibition at the Community Creative Center in the historic Carnegie building. His work includes a series of fields, various abstracts, historic ski jumping and downtown Denver scenes. Some highlights include two pieces created by Eccher’s preschool art students, a large scale abstract consisting of 24 6”x6” paintings, Red Rocks prior to having 25,000 cubic tons of rock and dirt excavated and a 4’x4’ painting depicting the space between thoughts. Open and free to the public, the First Friday Reception on May 2 from 6-9pm will include a drawing for a painting and shared space with other local artists. More than 150 people attended his last show at this 200 Mathews Street location. Slightly off the typical art walk path, this show should not be missed. More information about the artist at www.clinteccher.com.