Friday, October 19, 2012

Jenny Wuerker: Busy Buffalo summer with the gallery and mural projects

Artist Jenny Wuerker sent this communique about her Buffalo gallery's busy summer, as well as some photos of the gallery and downtown murals. When in Buffalo, stop and take a look. Here's Jenny:
Thanks to all of you who visited Crazy Woman Fine Art Gallery this summer. We had an exciting and busy summer. The gallery now exhibits 11 artists, mostly oil paintings, but we also have some artist showing woodblock prints, pastels, colored pencil, jewelry, glass, and photography.  
We enjoyed regular business hours this summer, but now, unfortunately, have returned to our limited winter hours (Thurs, 1-4 pm). Please remember, we are always open by appointment, so don't hesitate to call if you are in town, (307) 217-1322. You may now follow gallery news on facebook at "Crazy Woman Fine Art Gallery", or at our web site: 
Many of you followed the progress of Buffalo's "More than a One Horse Town" mural this summer. All three artists painting the mural (Aaron and Jenny Wuerker and Marchel Kelley) have work in the gallery, and the original maquettes for both murals (summer 2012 and summer 2013) are on display. Please find more images on facebook at "Buffalo Wyoming Murals".

Summer photo of gallery with Marchel Kelly's horse and buggy out front. She gave carriage rides around Buffalo throughout the summer. Also in the buggy: Guy de Galard, Wolfgang and Maxima Wuerker.

Images of "More Than a One Horse Town" mural from this summer, 80" x 12". Downtown Buffalo Wyoming, flanking Crazy Woman Square (under renovation.) Painted by Aaron and Jenny Wuerker and Marchel Kelley. 
Next summer we will paint "A Creek Runs Through It" mural on flanking building. Follow progress on facebook at "Buffalo Wyoming Murals".

Aaron Wuerker painting
(photo taken by Diana Volk)

Historic photos of Buffalo from the 1890's turn to color as they break the picture frame, metaphorically turning to living history.

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