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AMAZING EXHIBITS AT THE NIC
Create, Critique, and Complete- A critical view of art: Just Paint
January 20th — June 30th
We use the elements and principles of art during our discussions. We share a passion for producing and exhibiting our work which includes a variety of subjects, media, and styles.
Nate Abel: Nesting
February 3rd — June 30th
My work straddles a line between abstraction and figuration, often working to layer the two modes together using personal identity and past events from my life. In this exhibition, the focus of that exploration in these artworks has been of the past decade.
Wyoming Out Loud: Jake Hoffman
April — June
Finding joy in mundane moments and peace in some of the most chaotic events in town. To capture the soul within a moment of pure artistic expression, you’ve gotta embed yourself into that moment.
Casper Artists’ Collective Members Exhibition: Back to Nature
May — June
The physical world collectively, including plants, animals, landscape, and other features and products of the earth.
Headin’ Out: The Work of Tom Hough
May 26th — August 21st
The exhibition, which will include photographs, newspaper columns, and artifacts, has been organized by his children, Christina Wilson of Washington, DC, and Steven Hough of Casper, Wyoming in cooperation with their uncle David Hough of Olpe, Kansas.
Powder River: George Ostrom’s World War Presented by Wyoming Veterans Memorial Museum
May 25th —
Soldier, artist, bugler, wolf killer and conservationist George Nicholas Ostrom was born in 1888, in Spencer, Iowa, a small town in the northwestern part of the state.