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    A flash mob of Nia dancers breaks into action during Bethany Bachmann’s opening reception Thursday during her stint as the featured artist at The Lost Dog Bar & Lounge. Bachmann is a student of Evonne Tocco’s classes at Durango Dance studio, and her classmates turned out in numbers to liven the crowd. Enlarge photo

    ISAIAH BRANCH-BOYLE/Durango Herald

    A flash mob of Nia dancers breaks into action during Bethany Bachmann’s opening reception Thursday during her stint as the featured artist at The Lost Dog Bar & Lounge. Bachmann is a student of Evonne Tocco’s classes at Durango Dance studio, and her classmates turned out in numbers to liven the crowd.

    “The Kids are Disco Dancing” and “The Collapse” exemplify Bethany Bachmann’s preference for long, sinewy figures as her primary subject matter. Enlarge photo

    ISAIAH BRANCH-BOYLE/Durango Herald

    “The Kids are Disco Dancing” and “The Collapse” exemplify Bethany Bachmann’s preference for long, sinewy figures as her primary subject matter.

    Evonne Tocco leads the flash mob at Bethany Bachmann’s artist reception at The Lost Dog Bar & Lounge. Enlarge photo

    ISAIAH BRANCH-BOYLE/Durango Herald

    Evonne Tocco leads the flash mob at Bethany Bachmann’s artist reception at The Lost Dog Bar & Lounge.

    Bethany Bachmann’s “Man and Woman at Long Table” is one 23 pastel paintings at The Lost Dog Bar & Lounge, where Bachmann is the featured artist for the Main Avenue gathering place’s monthly Art Spectacle. Enlarge photo

    ISAIAH BRANCH-BOYLE/Durango Herald

    Bethany Bachmann’s “Man and Woman at Long Table” is one 23 pastel paintings at The Lost Dog Bar & Lounge, where Bachmann is the featured artist for the Main Avenue gathering place’s monthly Art Spectacle.