Sagebrush Community Art CenterWorks of local members of the Sheridan Artists’ Guild, Et al (SAGE) – paintings, drawings, glasswork, woodwork, ceramics, and fiber arts – thru the summer – at the Sagebrush Community Art Center in the Historic Train Depot, 201 E. 5th St. (307) 674-1970. Student drawings from Kathy Sabine’s portrait class are displayed in the hallway leading to the Members’ Sales Gallery. There is also Western photography by Arthur Dailey (1893-1973) and his daughter, Mary Dailey – showing indefinitely – upstairs in the Historic Train Depot, 201 E. 5th St., (307) 674-1970.
SAGE Exhibit GallerySheridan High School’s Blue Ribbon Winners at the recent Wyoming Art Symposium – thru May 22 – at Sheridan College Main Street, 171 N. Main St., (307) 674-6446.
Sheridan County Fulmer Public LibraryNew displays are available periodically at the Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library, Mezzanine, 335 W. Alger, (307) 674-8585 Ext 29. Watercolors exhibit by local artist Gail Sidletsky’s senior citizens watercolors class – May 16 thru June 29 – Sheridan County Fulmer Public Library, Inner Circle, 335 W. Alger, (307) 674-8585 Ext 29.
Sheridan College | Martinsen Gallery | Whitney BuildingNew displays are available periodically at Sheridan College’s Martinsen Gallery in the Whitney Building, 3059 Coffeen Ave, (307) 674-6446 Ext 2801.
The Brinton Museum“Fra Dana: American Impressionist in the Rockies,” exhibit of the Fra Dana’s collection of her own work and the work of her teachers and mentors (such as Alfred Mauer, William Merritt Chase, and Joseph Henry Sharp), on loan from the Montana Museum of Art & Culture – thru June 23 – at The Brinton Museum, 239 Brinton Road in Big Horn, (307) 672-3173.
Ucross Foundation Art GalleryA new art exhibition, John Catterall: Wyoming Dialogues, opens at the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery on Saturday, June 21, with a publicreception that day from 3-5 p.m.The show will feature work spanning over thirty years of John Catterall’s artistic career, and will be on view at the Ucross gallery through Friday, September 5.
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“In his life as an artist working up, down, and across the Yellowstone River basin, Catterall has engaged the land, the water, the flora, and especially the fish of the many streams that eventually make up the Yellowstone,” says Robert Bonner, Emeritus Professor of History and American Studies at Carleton College, who has written the exhibition essay. “He loves to hike and fish, and he loves this country, but art is what drives him; he has been pursuing for decades a conversation with the environment and culture of northern Wyoming through his craft as a painter and printmaker.”
Catterall was born in Sheridan and lived in many Wyoming towns while growing up, including Kaycee, Gillette, Midwest, Elk Basin, Powell, Worland, and Laramie. He is a past resident of Ucross Foundation and also served Ucross in an advisory capacity for a number of years.
John Catterall received a B.A. in Art from the University of Wyoming in 1966 and an MFA in Painting and Printmaking from Washington State University in 1968. He has exhibited his work at galleries and museums across the United States as well as internationally in Chile, Korea, Iceland, Mexico, Poland and Yugoslavia. His work may be found in the collections of the Brooklyn Museum, Detroit Institute of Arts, the University of Colorado, Boulder, the Cranbrook Academy of Art, and many others. Catterall has taught and headed visual arts programs at Montana State University, New Mexico State University, and the University of Florida. He and his wife, artist Diane Elmeer, divide their time between Story, Wyoming, and Tampa, Florida.
The Ucross Foundation Art Gallery is located at 30 Big Red Lane in Ucross, ½ mile east of the junction of Highways 14 and 16. Summer gallery hours are Monday through Friday, 8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m., and Saturdays, 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. For further information, contact Ucross Foundation at (307) 737-2291 or email@example.com