Nourishment exhibit now on display at CFAC

For the month of November, the Community Fine Arts Center is featuring a

group exhibit created by 11 women artists who reside in Lander and Laramie.

This traveling art show titled "Give/Take exhibition" is a traveling art exhibition with artists Dannine Donaho, Virginia Moore, Tonya Pepper, Jodie Atherton, Kristin Vogel, Sally Watt, Anne Austin, Lisa Hueneke, Mati Snodgrass, Maggie Kanengieter, and Cristin Zimmer.

Linked in a focused exploration of "nourishment", each artist explores how they need, receive, and provide nourishment on many levels, including physical, mental, and spiritual. The concept is ever more relevant today given the overwhelming amount of choices and information available, and given that the consequences of how we choose to nourish ourselves and others can have far-reaching impacts.  Works in the show present a variety of interpretations of the concept, and invite viewers to think about how they both give and receive nourishment in their own lives.

The show consists of paintings, sculpture, fiber, original prints, ceramics, and assemblage pieces.

More information on the artists and their process as a group may be found at

Give/Take is on display until Nov. 28 at the CFAC.  This traveling exhibition is made possible with generous support from the Wyoming Cultural Trust Fund.  

The CFAC's programming and special exhibits are supported by the city of Rock Springs through a collaboration of the city, Sweetwater County Library System and Sweetwater County School District No. 1.  

The public is invited to see this exhibit as well as the permanent collection on display which is owned by Sweetwater County School District No. 1.  Hours at the center are Monday through Thursday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m. and Friday and Saturday noon to 5 p.m.


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