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ANIMAL/SHELTER Art Exhibit Nov. 1 Dec. 29 at Mystery Print Gallery
Reception Nov. 1
October 30, 2018

Have you ever stopped to wonder how our animal neighbors protect and shelter themselves? That has always been an avid interest of Mystery Print Gallery's owner, David Klaren. He has pondered and noted nests, hives, colonies, burrows, eggs, shells, chrysalises, skins, or camouflage, just to name a few.

With that in mind, he has invited members of a current generation of contemporary artists who are tackling and interpreting environmental and animal subject matter in fascinating ways and with a solid conceptual foundation executed in contemporary and traditional materials and styles to exhibit thematic pieces of art in his gallery. David says, "I personally gravitate towards this kind of work, finding it refreshing and exciting."

Entitled "ANIMAL/SHELTER", the exhibit opens on November 1, 2018, with a reception from 5:00 to 8:00 P. M., public invited. It will close on December 29, giving the public an opportunity to visit the gallery during Pinedale's Christmas festivities and the holiday season.

Local participating artists are: Cristy Anspach, Richard Burke, Mae Orm, Delsa Allen and David Klaren of Pinedale; JB Bond of Daniel; Holland Dutton of Cora; and Charmian McLellan of Boulder. Out-of-Sublette County participants include Alissa Davies, Boulder, Colorado; Jenny Dowd, Alpine, Wyoming; Camellia El-Antably, Eric Lee, and Mark Vinich of Cheyenne, Wyoming; Margaret Haydon, Laramie, Wyoming; Jun Ishida, Brooklyn, New York; Mona Monroe, Alta, Utah; Bronwyn Minton, Jackson, Wyoming; and Paul Postam, Farson, Wyoming.

David is encouraging and welcoming the artists to approach the theme seriously or humorously. The artwork may be fun, funky, fantasical, science fictional, intellectual, minimal, or environmental, giving show viewers the opportunity for interaction and deep discussions with the artists about the creative process and the significance of each piece.


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