Art Shows

Flying Eagle Gallery is Proud to showcase our local artists!

Thanks to the Smoking Waters Art Guild for coordinating a monthly Second Friday ArtStroll!

Our lineup of artists for 2014 (second fridays):

 

January 10: Smoking Waters Art Guild Logo Contest – Thermopolis. All entries from the logo contest were on display in the gallery area of the Flying Eagle Gallery.

 

February 14: AB Word and Barrie Lynn Bryant: Soft Pastel and handmade frames from Kerby. AB and Barrie are well known throughout the states and have won many awards for their work. Check out their work at www.merglennstudios.com

 

March 14: Cloud Peak Weavers – Cheri and Wanda Shelp, Traditional weavers from Worland. Cheri and Wanda are internationally known weavers with incredible skill and knowledge of the history, traditions and methodology of weaving.

 

April 11:

 

May 9: Melanie Myron – glass artist from Casper. Melanie is also known as the “Star Lady”  – she loves to make little leaded glass stars – but the work we’re featuring at the Flying Eagle will be her larger pieces as well as her work with Heat Patinas. You can check out her work at: www.casperglass.com

 

June 13: TBD

 

July 11: Jeb Schenck Photography, Thermopolis – Jeb is an accomplished photographer (among other things) – having been published a number of times (in photography, teaching and psychology). Jeb’s work tends toward the panoramic. You can find examples of his work online at www.photographfineart.com/jeb-schenck/

 

August 8:

 

September 12: Shawna Peckinpaugh – Pottery, Lander. Shawna has thrown pottery for years now, is a member of the Potters of the Wind River (POWR), and produces pieces both very functional and lovely with a nice east meets west aesthetic. 

 

October 10:

 

November 14: Tom Butler, Stained / Leaded Glass, Thermopolis – Tom Butler has been working with leaded glass for 25 years, and though he’s been busy co-running the Flying Eagle Gallery, he promised to take some time out this year to put together a show of recent work. You can check out his work at www.glassmoods.com

 

December 12: