Shelby Shadwell — a Wyoming artist whose latest exhibition will be on display in Sheridan College’s Whitney Center for the Arts for the next month — uses his artwork to confront his fears and anxieties, he said.
Summer in Sheridan, Wyoming, is absolutely exhausting.
The ability to produce art knows no boundaries of age, and that rings true for talented artists still sharing their gifts with communities at senior living homes and beyond.
Last week, I went to my doctor for a monthly visit and tweaking.
“I started making soap to solve a problem,” Alex Johnson said. “From there, it turned into gifts, a business and a creative process. It’s a funny combination.”
Is it already back-to-school time?
In the best of artistic performances, the audience participates, the newest addition to the Sheridan artistic community believes.
Nearly this time last year, I was headlong into classwork, and I used this column to ponder the fact that plays can have universal themes throughout history, and thus maintain the true definition of the term “classic.”
“I’ve never seen you looking so lovely as you did tonight, I’ve never seen you shine so bright…The lady in red is dancing with me, cheek to cheek, there’s nobody here, it’s just you and me,” sang Chris de Burgh in 1986.
I was excited to help judge 4-H art at the Sheridan County Fair this year, and also nervous about how to weigh individual 4-H members’ achievement against others in the three age divisions of junior, intermediate and senior.
The WYO Theater is excited to celebrate its 30th anniversary season with a terrific line up of all your favorite events, kicking off the year with the WYO’s 30th Birthday Bash Sept. 12.
Acclaimed writers, country-western singers, the queen of England — an array of celebrities have made Sheridan a destination over the years.
A good song is one that carries the listener off to a special place, a place that can only be visited with the wings of the song to which it is tied.
It was 1989.
The Wyoming Game and Fish Department began stocking tiger trout in Wyoming in 2005.
Thunder, lighting, hail, wind, rain, sunshine, heat, more thunder and lightning — this summer in Wyoming is a showcase of Mother Nature’s power and splendor.
Music brings people together, and under informal circumstances, local musicians gather throughout the summer to perform as the Sheridan Community Band.
What does a clarinet, a piano, two guitars, one bass and a cahone have in common?
With the sun and the rise in temperatures, those of us who live along the Bighorns finally may realize the rewards of harvesting from garden to table, the pleasure of laying a fly on a stream surface, the adventure of a new hiking trail or a lazy afternoon on the water.
Local bands and a brewery will team up to bring more music options to Sheridan later this summer.
Stoll Vaughan describes his initial interest in music matter-of-factly, as if nothing else ever really caught his eye.
A burgeoning musician from New York is touring the American West, including Ranchester, Wyoming.
We live less than a block from the confluence of the Tongue and Little Tongue rivers.
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