Wanda J Sanders-Miller will be demonstrating her watercolor techniques during the May 9th Cheyenne Artwalk from 5-8pm. Wanda is the third artist to display in the PUMP series. Hope to see Thursday!
Georgia Rowswell's studio at Blue Door Arts will be featuring PUMP artist, Tara Pappas during the April 11th Cheyenne Artwalk from 5-8pm. Tara states "There are stories all around us—both those that have been told time and time again, and those that have yet to gain a voice. The focus of my artwork is on the latter." Tara is currently working on giving voice to her first illustrated children's book. She will be sharing the interesting way she is doing this through the Patreon crowd sourcing site and demonstrating how she creates her unique artwork. Blue Door Arts is located at 1608 Capitol Ave in the Historic Hynds building. See you there!
Sawing, cutting, hammering and arranging elements all to tell a personal story. It was a beehive of activity at last weekend's Art box Assemblage workshop led by artist and gallery owner, Terry Kreuzer. Students got a chance to draw on her years of assemblage experience and techniques as they composed and completed their art boxes during the two day workshop intensive. Here is a peek into the process and projects.
Several more exciting C.A.P. workshops are planned for the upcoming months. Be sure to check out the schedule and sign up today!
Searching for a creative idea for Valentine's Day? How about a night of the arts in downtown Cheyenne? Its free, family and date night friendly...... its the Cheyenne Artwalk! Start at the Blue Door gallery to take in the final days of the Landscape show, then stop in to Georgia's studio to see her latest piece in progress and then try your hand at a simple Valentines day origami heart with artist Win Ratz or weave a paper Swedish Heart basket with East High art teacher, Dave Rowswell. See you from 5-8pm on the 14th at 1608 Capitol Ave. right across from the Parmount Cafe in the heart of downtown Cheyenne.
New Year's News at Blue Door ArtsWe all know life is about changes and if we think about it, we experience change everyday. 2019 has seen some reorganization at Blue Door Arts. It's still a vibrant artistic presence in downtown Cheyenne but this year the owners, Georgia Rowswell and Terry Kreuzer have taken on different roles. Terry will be putting her gallery skills to use to bring the community top-notch shows through out the year. Georgia has expanded her studio to allow her more space and time to focus on work for up coming commissions and shows. Both Terry and Georgia have some exciting plans for upcoming workshops so stop by to see the current show, space changes and find out about workshop offerings!
Blue Door has an exciting show lined up for the October 11th Cheyenne Artwalk! Three very talented artists will be featured in the Structure and Emotion exhibition. Painter Fredrick Pichon from Denver and in honor of National Clay Week and American Craft Week, Cheyenne ceramists, Connie Norman and Terry Kreuzer. Join us for an artists reception on the 11th from 5-8pm
"Since 1897, Cheyenne has celebrated its Old West roots with this eye-popping festival. The center piece of this Western celebration is the world’s largest outdoor rodeo, which draws top professionals who compete for more than $1 million in cash and prizes." website
That's just a small part of what goes on in Cheyenne starting this Friday July 20th through the 29th. Blue Door Arts @theHynds will celebrate this important city wide event by extending their hours during Rodeo days from 11-6pm (closed Monday 22nd).
Take a break from the rodeo grounds and visit Blue Door Arts @theHynds and see art inspired by the West
Although our jewelry show is still going strong ( come by and see the new wooden and metal bracelets by George Hoff of Rattlesnake Woods) we are getting excited about the next show opening during the June 14th Cheyenne Artwalk. Blue Door Arts will be showing the work of several talented furniture makers and woodworkers as well as a couple of awesome pieces from Cheyenne's Mid Mod store. Stay tuned as more work will be coming in this week!
Shimmering silver, warm copper, colorful stones, translucent rawhide and funky found objects. Blue Door Arts will be showing the work of 6 talented artists who know how to transform these raw materials into pieces of fabulous artwork for the body! Join the artists for an opening reception during the Cheyenne Artwalk, Thursday May 10th from 5-8pm. The Artwalk Trolley, compliments of Visit Cheyenne, will be looping around the venues again this month. Grab your friends and enjoy the party atmosphere on the Trolley and enjoy a night of the arts in the city.
Terry Kruezer's Blue Shaman welcomed Thursday night's Artwalk tourists to Blue Door Arts! It was a delightful evening of sharing not only our art but also our hopes and dreams for the future of the arts in the city of Cheyenne. Reporter, Elyisa Conner of the Casper Star did a nice job reporting art happenings and hopes in her recent article.
If you missed the April Artwalk don't dispair! The next one will be May 10th from 5-8pm. Blue Door will have a new guest artist so stay tuned for details. If you want to know what we are up to for shows and classes, be sure to sign up for our newsletter.
Georgia Rowswell is a fiber and mixed media artist and part of the Blue Door Arts duo.