AMAZING EXHIBITS AT THE NIC
Influence: Serena Bocchino
May 25 — August 15
Bocchino's career has spanned over thirty years and she has influenced many artists as they have developed their own voice in the visual arts. Her international exhibitions and her teaching of both adults and children have created a larger audience for her work and she has continued to grow a following throughout the United States.
Notable to Notorious: Women of the Wild West – Bria Hammock
May 19 — September 19
Bria is a contemporary wilderness painter, muralist, and graphic designer (mom + wife, too). She has exhibited across the western Front Range and works out of her west edge studio in Cheyenne, WY. She is proud to have launched Wyoming’s first drive-by, quarantine-friendly gallery in downtown Cheyenne in the Spring of 2020 and continues to curate new collections for exhibition.
Red Desert Impressions: Marge McCrea
May 1 — June 1
Marge McCrea has lived in Wyoming for 30 years, 20 of those in the Red Desert. All of those years as an artist, art educator, and now as a gallery owner. The mediums McCrea works in are mostly acrylic paint, clay, and photography.
Holding in Common: Mimi Fenton
May 28 — August 15
Mimi Fenton is a painter and Renaissance scholar in Laramie, Wyoming. Until recently, she lived and taught in the mountains of North Carolina where she began painting. She has published four books on the poet John Milton, was a Fulbright Scholar in Budapest, Hungary, and is a Distinguished Alumna of the University of Wyoming. She currently divides her time between teaching literature at UW and working in her studio.
EVENTS AND EDUCATION
The Month at a Glance