Flying Eagle Gallery will feature Sallie Wesaw, Thermopolis/Riverton artist, in a month-long exhibit at the gallery. Wesaw is a former pottery teacher from Central Wyoming College. Her current work covers a broad range, including pottery sculpture, painting with acrylic, glass, pastels, felting and basketry. She has been described as a “playful dabbler with serious skills” and her work as “thoughtful and intriguing.”
An artist’s reception will be held May 11, 6-8 p.m. and is open at no charge. Flying Eagle Gallery is located at 518 Broadway in Thermopolis.
Melanie O’Hara, Laramie, will be guest speaker at a women’s tea, Tues., Oct. 5, at 6 p.m. Hot Springs County Museum, Thermopolis. O’Hara’s topic — “Why We Took Off Our Corsets” — looks at East Coast women who traveled West, settled, and in the process, declared their independence from undergarments that impeded their new-found freedoms. The program is sponsored by Central Wyoming College, Wyoming Humanities Council, Hot Springs County Museum and Hot Springs County Pioneer Association. Fee: $5.
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