Shelby Shadwell’s exhibit in Cheyenne exemplifies the notion of drawing ‘large and startling’ figures.
To celebrate its 10th anniversary, Clay Paper Scissors Gallery invited artists to create works using tiny mint tins.
Collection of assemblages — 3-D works made with a variety of found objects, keepsakes and curiosities — breathes life into Cheyenne’s derelict Hynds Building.
Abandoned buildings, magnificent landscapes, and the eclipse seen through the lenses of Laramie shooters.
Artist Al Farrow’s use of war materiel in his renditions of sacred buildings provokes questions about the relationship between war and religion.