Hidden Figures Alley
Activity Phone: 307-760-3355
Started in 2015 in the alley between 211 Grand Avenue and 218 Ivinson Avenue, this project is a collaborative effort between several artists to hide lesser-known local historic figures throughout the alleyway. Each figure is painted in black and white with only one element in color. Search out figures like Caroline Lockhart and Sherman Sage. Don’t forget to look up!
The largest piece in the alley behind 210 S. 2nd Street is Adrienne Vetter’s Wild West Social Justice mural, featuring the Black 14, Laramie’s suffragettes, and the angels who blocked view of Westboro Baptist Church protesters at the funeral for Matthew Shepard.
Chelsea Lowry’s “The Originals”, 2016 on the east-facing wall at 211 Grand Ave.
June Glasson’s “Caroline Lockhart”, 2015 in the alley behind 215 S. 2nd Street
Tara Collier’s “Cowgirls”, 2016 in the alley behind 215 S. 2nd Street
Colleen Friday and Adrienne Vetter’s “Sherman Sage”, 2015 in the alley behind 217 Grand Ave.
Adrienne Vetter’s “Wild West Social Justice”, 2016 – 2017. On the alley wall behind 210 S. Third Street (south facing side)
June Glasson’s “Katherine Fowler Billings”, 2016. On the alley wall behind 210 S. Third Street (north facing side)
Kristina Wiltse’s “Dino Discovery”, 2015. In the alley behind 206 S. 3rd Street, west facing wall
Lindsay Olson’s “Grain Field”, 2015. In the alley behind 218 Ivinson Avenue on the south facing wall