on this snowy day it makes me happy to think about the current show we have up, In the Garden. Featuring work by several Cheyenne and Laramie artists, it reminds me of what is to come: flowers, warmth, time outside.
We are open by appointment and on May 14 from 5-8 PM and also by serendipity.
Eric Lee’s new show will open tomorrow, Valentine’s Day, with a reception from 5-8 PM. Eric is a versatile artist who paints, collages, takes photographs and masterfully mixes techniques to create evocative artworks that remind us of places we have been, memories, things we have seen perhaps in different configurations. His work fits well into any home or space, bringing a moment of calm, a flash of inspiration, to all that see it. Stop by with your friends and sweetheart to absorb beauty and have a taste of chocolate. We’re located downtown in Cheyenne at 1513 Carey Avenue.
On February 7, 2015, Terry Kreuzer will be showing new jewelry from noon to 4 PM
A little about Terry Kreuzer: Though trained as a figurative sculptor, I have been making jewelry professionally for over 12 years utilizing a simple process of hammering mixed metals that I learned while under my father’s tutelage at his Kreuzer’s Tin/ Sheetmetal Shop. To make the work my own and to have visual appeal, I keep the Elements of Design foremost in my mind. Form, Line, Color & Contrast are the most important visual aspects when creating my pieces, combining hammered metal with bead & stone forms. Growing up in Wyoming gave me a reverence for the natural world which I try to use as an undertone but I am influenced also by primitive cultures of Asia and Africa which is reflected in my love and use of trade beads & elemental precious stones like carnelian, etched agate, bone, etc.