Hours: Mon: 10 a.m. - 9 p.m.; Tues – Sat: 10 a.m.–5 p.m.
2111 Willet Drive
Laramie, WY 82071
The Touring Exhibition Service offers exhibitions at no charge to Wyoming organizations plus one-way shipping (roundtrip shipping to out of state organizations). These exhibitions are designed for sites such as libraries, schools, community centers, galleries and museums. Insurance, press releases, publicity photos and exhibition interpretation is provided by the Art Museum.
The Museum is excited to announce the addition of two new exhibitions to the Touring Exhibition Service. Through the Looking Glass: The Portrait of the Artist will explore the tradition of self-portraits and portraits of artists. Cyrus Baldridge: An American Artist in China includes a selection of works completed during the artist’s journeys in Asia where his style was dramatically affected by the sparse lines of traditional Asian art. More information on the availability of these new exhibitions will be posted as it is available.
For more information or to schedule any of these exhibitions contact the registrar at (307)766-6634 or email@example.com.
Art Express: Touring Exhibition Service is funded in part by the National Advisory Board of the UW Art Museum with additional support from FMC Corporation.
Image: Gabrielle Reeves, Laramie, WY, Tohem Zarfi, 2009, watercolor, 10-1/2 x 7-1/2 inches
From the earliest expeditions to the American West, Wyoming has attracted artists who have been inspired by the state's unique geology, vast landscape and people. Today, a number of artists live and work in the state creating work that ranges from realistic to abstract. The UW Art Museum is pleased to feature a selection of eighteen contemporary Wyoming artists in a new exhibition that will tour statewide through the museum's Touring Exhibition Service. With a variety of subjects that embrace the landscape, daily life, and personal expression in a variety of media that includes watercolor, photography, collage, printmaking, painting, and drawing, Contemporary Art in Wyoming explores the creative spirit of artists in Wyoming today.
The artists included are: Morgan Tyree, Powell ; Pravina Gondalia, Cheyenne; Ryan Muldowny, Sheridan ; Meghan Rowswell, Cheyenne; Gabrielle Reeves, Laramie ; Sue Sommers, Pinedale; Katie Christensen, Laramie; Jon Madsen, Laramie ; Ginnie Madsen, Laramie; Karyne Dunbar, Shell ; Meggan Stordahl, Jackson; Mike Conaway, Evanston; Craig Satterlee, Powell ; Rene Tafoya, Cody; Lynn Newman, Cheyenne ; Thomas Bradshaw, Cody; Camellia El-Antably, Cheyenne; Ken Driese, Laramie
January 2– February 18 Natrona County Library, Casper
March 5 – April 14 Art Association of Jackson Hole, Jackson
April 30 – June 16 Hot Springs County Historical Museum, Thermopolis
September 3 – October 20 Basin City Art Center, Basin
November 5 – December 15 Headwaters Arts and Conference Center, Dubois
Image: Martin Stupich, Overlooking canyon at Haystack Buttes, Sweetwater County, Wyoming, 2006.
Since 2000, Martin Stupich has photographed extensively in Wyoming's Red Desert with an urgency to record it in the midst of its changing. Through his images, we see an expansive landscape, diverse geology, evidence of the earliest human occupation, boom and bust towns, and present day industry. Collectively, an image of this place emerges, revealing the human history of our connection to the landscape. It is a complicated and fragmented portrait, one that tugs at the perception that this is a barren place of little value and one that encourages us to look again at the Red Desert in all its wonder and wildness.
Funded in part by Richard and Judith Agee, the Guthrie Family Foundation, the National Advisory Board of the UW Art Museum, the Argosy Family Foundation and the Haub School and Ruckelshaus Institute of Environment and Natural Resources, UW Program on Ecology, the Wyoming Council for the Humanities, and the Wyoming Arts Council through the Wyoming State Legislature and the National Endowment for the Arts which believes a great nation deserves great art.
January – February Park County Library, Cody
March – April Meeteetse Museum, Meeteetse
May – June Pinedale Library, Pinedale
July – August Tongue River Branch Library, Ranchester
September – October Casper College, Casper