February 16, 2001
Wyoming Triune-Eagle “What’s Up” (Page 12-13)
Western Art Redefined
By Karen Jansen
Vsitors to the University of Wyoming’s Juried art collection will experience works that truly expand the popular nation of what constitutes Western art. The show runs through March 17 in the University of Wyoming Art Museum.
UW presents a ‘gallery of the mesas’
From realism to minimalism, Wesirn artists work in all media to show their best work at juried exhibits on campus this spring
The University of Wyoming Art Museum has opened six new exhibits for spring, one of which displays the talents of UW art majors.
The 26th Annual Juror coming from outside of Laramie to look at the work that’s been submitted by any undergraduate or graduate students,” said education curator Scott Boberg.
“The bulk of the entries are from art majors, but we often get submissions from other majors as well.”
The juror then selects the awards.
KUMIKO S. MCKEE
UW Student wins
First Place with her
UW Spring Art Exhibitions
Fine Art from the base of the Cowboy States's higher learning
2111 Willett Drive, Laramie, Across from Arena-Auditorium
University of Wyoming Art Museum Spring Exhibition include both student and guest entries. You can view the juried collection Monday trough Saturday, 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. Admission to the museum is free. For more information, call 307-766-6622.
Student winners include Kumiko S. McKee and her “Japanese Noh Thereafter Masks:” Patrick Hoffman’s “Three Variations of Form;” Jason Kimble’s Shy from Snake Bite;” Michael A. Wirtz’s “Self-Potrait in Black Hat,” Nikki Bohl’s “Lapis Teapot Set” and Cassidy Hale Garhart’s “Voices.”
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