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A Shared Path printmaking exhibit opens Tuesday, Oct. 29, in Powell

Posted October 14, 2013
By NWC News Desk

POWELL, Wyo. - Fine art works by five printmakers with ties to Northwest College and the University of Wyoming will be unveiled at a 7 p.m. artists’ reception Tuesday, Oct. 29, in Northwest Gallery.

“A Shared Path” features images by Mark Ritchie, a UW professor of art, and four of his former students, all of whom live in the Big Horn Basin.

All four studied art at NWC before transferring to UW. They are Alethea Durney, originally of Basin, Kevin French and Calli Nissen, originally from Powell; and Sarah Hayman of Newcastle who now lives in Cody.

The exhibit uses a common printmaking medium to showcase five diverse artistic explorations — from wild animals and ladders to sacred installations.

“A Shared Path” hangs in Northwest Gallery through Nov. 22. Located in the Cabre Building, the gallery is open from 9 a.m.-4 p.m. weekdays and 7-9 p.m. Thursdays. Admission is free.

A Shared Path  printmaking exhibit opens Tuesday, Oct. 29, in Powell