For ADD, Clay Paper Scissors Gallery & Studio is featuring local artists Abi Paytoe Gbayee and Dori Klopfer, as well as Mike Olsen from Casper and June Glasson from Laramie…and maybe a few more! This is a great show to look for gifts. It also is participating in the “Dine” component of Art Design and Dine! The Peaks Cafe will serve up delicious treats. The Peaks Cafe is located in the Cheyenne Airport if you want to check them out before Thursday.
Art Design and Dine is Cheyenne’s monthly in-town art tour. Here’s some info about the final ADD of the season on Thursday, Dec. 11:
It’s just about time to say good-bye to 2014 but not before you take in the last art tour! If you are an art tour regular you will know how many talented artists have been showcased during the 2014 season and how many delicious Taste of the Tours there have been! If you haven’t taken in a tour yet be sure to plan for this one! Its a great way to show your support for the arts in the city of Cheyenne and you might even find that unique last minute gift you need! Visit the site often for updates and posting on the featured artists for December.
Have you noticed The Menagerie yet? It’s Cheyenne’s pop-up art gallery for the holidays! Organized by Terry Kreuzer and Beth Rulli, it features work by more than 10 artists from the area in a variety of mediums. The shop is always changing as new work arrives! They will be open through Dec. 23, Mon-Sat 10 to 6 next to the Statement at 1821 Carey Avenue.
Photo on home page: Portia Brendle is a Cheyenne native. She gets her inspiration from family, friends, nature and life experiences for her paintings and photography. She will have a variety of both photos and paintings on display at FrameMaster for ADD.
The Wyoming Arts Council believes that experiencing the arts should be accessible for all, including people with mental and/or physical disabilities, older adults, military/veterans, people living in institutions and those who lack access to the arts due to geographic isolation, cultural difference and economic hardship.