Classical toy exhibition on display at Denver International

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The Art and Culture Program at Denver International Airport in Colorado has opened a new exhibit featuring a number of children’s toys by local artisan toy makers and collectors.

‘Colorado Toys’ was designed to be a whimsical experience for passengers and is sure to surprise and delight children of all ages. It is scheduled to appear from October through to December 2016, and is located in Ansbacher Hall in the Jeppesen Terminal.

The exhibit features a wide range of uniquely handcrafted toys as well as museum and privately collected vintage pieces. The exhibit also features childhood toy stories from select community leaders and celebrities in Denver and the Colorado region. The toys on show range from dolls, stuffed bears and games, to miniatures and other memorable characters.

Participating toy makers and collectors include BeginAgain Toys; Denver Museum of Miniatures, Dolls and Toys; Little Colorado; Michelle Lamb’s “One and Only” collectible bears; Andrew Novick, a private collector; and Kimberly J Wendt, Handmade Bears.

Image courtesy of Denver International Airport.

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