UCROSS, Wyo. — At the beginning of its 30th anniversary year, the Ucross Foundation will present a retrospective of work by 42 Ucross Fellows from across the United States, including nine artists from Wyoming. An opening reception will be held at the Ucross Foundation Art Gallery from 2 to 4 p.m. Saturday, Feb. 19. Guests at the opening will receive a copy of the 100-page full-color catalog produced for the exhibition.
The show has been culled from a larger exhibition, curated by Lisa Hatchadoorian of the Nicolaysen Art Museum and shown at the NIC last fall. The 64 artworks in the Ucross exhibit include painting, photography, video, drawing, book art and sculpture. Visitors will find a wide range of works, from Brenda Zlamany's (New York) paintings “Owl #2” and “Snake #117” to Harriet “Rox” Corbett's (Wyoming) charcoal drawing “Quarter Circle Eleven: Branding Under the Gun”; from Rhona Bitner's (New York) photograph “Grande Ballroom, Detroit,” to Elizabeth Livingston's (New York) painting “Wedding Day”; and from John Hull's (South Carolina) “Conversation in a Junkyard” to Paula Rebsom's (Oregon) video and photographs, “Outskirts: The Development of a Prairie Dog Town.”
Support for the exhibition and the exhibition catalog was provided by the Nicolaysen Art Museum, the Wyoming Arts Council, and the Andy Warhol Foundation for the Visual Arts.
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The exhibit will be on view through June 10. The Ucross Foundation Art Gallery is located at 30 Big Red Lane, one-half mile from the intersection of Highways 14 and 16, in Ucross. Regular gallery hours are 8:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Monday through Friday, with special hours and group arrangements available with advance appointment.