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Detail of painting by Andrew Roberts-Gray

Detail of “John von Neumann” from “Kings of Hell,” a series by Andrew Roberts-Gray of five layered print paintings on paper depicting scientists central to the evolution of the nuclear bomb and nuclear technology. This piece is one of the works featured in “Superstratum,” the exhibit now on display at Colorado Mountain College Aspen. A free public reception will be held at the campus on Feb. 5.

Colorado Mountain College Aspen will host an artists’ reception for “Superstratum” Feb. 5, featuring the work of four diverse Roaring Fork Valley artists. The reception is free and community members are welcome and encouraged to attend.

“Stratum,” which informs the theme for this exhibit, is Latin for “layer.” Works on display include ceramics, paintings, prints and mixed media.

H.P. Bloomer, Reina Katzenberger, Kaitlyn Getz Ozminkowski and Andrew Roberts-Gray are the featured artists.

The public reception will be held from 5 to 7 p.m. on Feb. 5, with a brief artists’ talk at 6 p.m., at the CMC Aspen Art Gallery, Aspen Business Center, 0255 Sage Way. Light refreshments will be served. The exhibit is on display at the gallery through May 8. Gallery hours vary, so please call ahead to plan your visit.

For more information, contact CMC Aspen at 970-925-7740 or email K Rhynus Cesark.