Wyoming Arts Council

Arts from the hands of folks

An exhibit featuring the work of 10 Wyoming Folk and Traditional Arts practitioners is currently on display at the Wyoming Arts Council Gallery through December 21.

Each artist has received Folk and Traditional Arts grants from the Wyoming Arts Council and is dedicated at preserving and perpetuating their traditional talents. Each artist is recognized for the high quality of his or her art.

The featured artists are:

Jerry Curcio, RivertonOvershot loom weaving
Ed Fowler, Riverton – Bladesmith
Cleo Goggles, Ethete – Beaded buckskin vests
Beatrice Haukaas, Ft Washakie – Shoshone cradleboards
Mary Maynard, Laramie – Crochet and tatting
Kevin McNiven, Lander – Cowboy music and dance
Jack Mease, Lander – Rawhide braiding
Sally O’Connor, Elk Mountain – Baskets and chair caning
Reba Teran, Ft. Washakie – Shoshone saddle & trappings
Kelly Wells, Deaver – Old-time fiddling

The Arts Council Gallery, located at 2320 Capitol Ave. in Cheyenne, is free to the public and is open Monday through Friday during business hours. Call 307-777-7742 for more information.

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