Wyoming Arts Council

Give/Take exhibit at the Goodstein Gallery Jan. 19-Feb. 18


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Artists featured in the Give/Take Exhibit.

From the Casper Star-Tribune:

The Goodstein Art Gallery at Casper College will host the exhibition “Give/Take” beginning Jan. 19 through Feb. 18. A closing reception and artists’ talk will also take place at noon Feb. 18.

“Give/Take” is funded in part by the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund and both the exhibit and artists’ talk are free and open to the public. The Goodstein Art Gallery is in the Goodstein Visual Arts Center on the Casper College campus and is open from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Thursday. The artists’ talk will be held in room 102 of the Goodstein Visual Arts Center.

An 11-women artist group from Lander created the “Give/Take” traveling art exhibit. “Linked in our focused exploration of nourishment, each artist explores how we need, receive and provide nourishment on many levels, including physical, mental and spiritual,” the artists said in a joint statement.

The artists believe that their concept is relevant today especially in light of what they feel are the “overwhelming amount of choices and information available.” They note that how people choose to nourish themselves as well as others can also have “far-reaching impacts.” The exhibit, which contains a variety of paintings, original prints, sculpture, ceramics and assemblage pieces, shows a number of different interpretations for the concept of nourishment.

“Give/Take” features the works of Dannine Donaho, Lisa Hueneke, Virginia Moore, Tonya Pepper, Jodie Atherton, Kristin Vogel, Sally Watt, Anne Austin, Matlynn Snodgrass, Magdalene Kanengieter and Cristin Zimme.


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