Give the gift of local art this summer! You’re invited to “Sacred Water: Embracing Mother Earth” a group fine art exhibition and free public art show featuring the work of Laramie, Wyoming based professional photographer Allison Pluda John of Seneca Creek Studios and her stunning landscape metal prints alongside the work of other regional Wyoming artists including original paintings, fiber art, and other original artwork. The show focuses on embracing Mother Earth and is in partnership with the Haub School of Environmental and Natural Resources, Albany County Clean Water Advocates, and the Laramie High School Community Mural Project. Exhibiting artists also include Crystal Lawrence, Debbie Mathew, Jonathan Madsen, Kathleen Clymer, Kimberly Pezeshki, Lyndee Jonston, Nancy Marlatt, Paul Taylor and many others.
The show is on display and for sale for the entire month of July 2020 at the new non-profit ArtConnect Gallery in historic Downtown Laramie Wyoming. The gallery is open Thursday through Saturday, 10am-6pm, and is located at 302 South 2nd St SW Corner of 2nd and, Grand Ave next to Works of Wyoming (WOW). Can’t make it to the show? You can always shop online at Store.SenecaCreekStudios.com and we can ship your fine art print to your doorstep for free.
ArtConnect Gallery is a project of the non-profit Wyoming Women’s Business Center Artists Development Program. It is funded in part through a cooperative agreement with the U.S. Small Business Association and hosts a rotating schedule of new art exhibitions every month. The exhibitions feature Wyoming-based artists from all over the state and include an opening reception where you can meet the artists in person. You can call them for more information.