"Eyes-of-Oblivion" by Neltje
"Shifts and Collisions" by Neltje
"Unexpected" by Neltje is among a series of paintings the Wyoming artist created in 2016, featuring a variety of facial expressions and emotions that she saw following the presidential elections.
"Tell Me Why Flowers," a giant six-panel canvas by Neltje is currently on display at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
"Spilling Over" by Neltje
"I Feel Like a Small Word" by Neltje
"At This Moment" by Neltje
The Yellowstone Art Museum has extended two shows featuring works by Wyoming abstract artist Neltje. The museum is slowly reopening to the public.
A signature appears on a canvas on display at the Yellowstone Art Museum. The painting is part of a show featuring Wyoming abstract artist Neltje, which has been extended to October.
The Yellowstone Art Museum is showing Neltje's "Tell Me, Why Flowers?" in its main gallery, featuring works by the 86-year-old Wyoming artists that are upwards of 30 feet long and 10 feet high, painted from memory of flowers that bloom in her gardens in the Big Horn Mountains.
"My Garden,", an acrylic on canvas by Wyoming artist Neltje, is one of several in the series "Tell Me, Why Flowers?" that colorfully celebrates the beauty and impermanence of garden blooms, currently on display at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
"Impulse Compulse," a work created in response to the 2016 U.S. presidential election by Wyoming artist Neltje is one of a collection of new works on display at the Yellowstone Art Museum.
“It’s a way to record my emotions. It’s a way to talk,” said Neltje, describing the combination of color and energy as essential to her paintings. “It’s how I breathe.”
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