An extraordinary show: “Art and Landscapes of the Red Desert”

By Julia Stuble
Land Conservation Coordinator
Julia Stuble

“Art and Landscapes of the Red Desert,” a juried art exhibition of fine art and photography, will hang in Rock Springs at the Community Fine Arts Center until January 28.

Hosted by the Arts Center, the Wyoming Outdoor Council, and the Wyoming Wilderness Association, this exhibition showcases local and regional artists’ perspectives on Wyoming’s Red Desert.

If winter travel does not prohibit your attendance, I urge you to view this show in person. Otherwise, please enjoy this sampling of the pieces that represent this “brilliant” and “humbling” landscape for which we are advocating greater protections. The Red Desert is certainly a thought-provoking place.

Note: Please click on the first image to see the slideshow in a large, interactive format!


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One comment on “An extraordinary show: “Art and Landscapes of the Red Desert”
  1. Jamie Wolf says:

    These pieces are incredible! Thank you to the artists and the Outdoor Council for sharing–I’m sure this contribution will have a positive impact on the appreciation of the Red Desert landscape.

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