Flower Bed by Luke AndersonIt’s that time of year again, when we just need something to perk us up, keep us going through the doldrums of winter. This show brings that color and light! Art is a lovely way to remember that things are always changing, and we can be inspired year round by things that aren’t there all the time.

Our annual Garden show welcomes some new artists, and includes some returning artists. The full list is below:

  • Svetlana Howe, watercolor, Laramie
  • Luke Anderson, paintings, Laramie
  • Steven Heil, prints, Buffalo
  • Win Ratz, origami and painting, Cheyenne
  • Adam Helzer, pottery, Buffalo
  • Nita Kehoe, mixed media, Riverton
  • Alisha Isaacson, painting, Cheyenne
  • Lynn Newman, painting, Cheyenne
  • Melanie Shovelski, fiber art, Cheyenne
  • Susan Davis, photography, Cheyenne
  • Shanel Cass-Caskey, pottery, Fort Collins
  • Christina Hellyer, pottery, Fort Collins
  • Christine Ginnity, pottery, Windsor
  • Madeline Algier, Two Hawks Designs, jewelry, Cheyenne
  • Gail Shive, painting, Laramie
  • Beth Howard, photography and fiber, Cheyenne
  • Michele Ragaglia, pottery, Cheyenne

In addition, we are delighted to welcome artist Annalee Irani of Marigold Global Boutique, to offer henna during the March 14 Artwalk. This art form has been used to decorate skin and dye hair in the Middle East and India for centuries. Artists create beautiful designs using a paste, which dries on the skin. It lasts for up to several weeks, but eventually fades away. If you’ve never tried it, it’s a great way to see if you like having a part of your body decorated.

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