Stephen Mullins resides in Wyoming where he is a high school art teacher. After traveling for some time, Stephen went to the University of Wyoming where he received his B.F.A. in Studio Art and his B.A. in Art Education.
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Ila raises llamas, using their wool to design and handmake wearable art and clothing such as hats, scarves, gloves, and more. Her “Soap in a Coat” is made using either her homemade soap or soap purchased from the Vermont Country Store. She hand-felts the soap, creating an all-in-one washcloth and soap.
Elizabeth Mattson was raised in Buffalo, WY, where she was taught fiber crafts such as embroidery, quilting, garment making, and crochet. After graduating from Northwest College, she discovered her aptitude for entrepreneurship and began combining it with her artistic endeavors. She currently resides in Spearfish, SD.
James Knutson is a retired Art Professor having taught 39 years at Black Hills State University. He began his series painting while in graduate school in Laramie, Wyoming. A strong supporter of The Matthews, Knutson lives in Spearfish with his wife, Paula. Both his wife and son, Michael, are painters and educators.
The work in this show is representative work that James completed in the last few months of 2017.
2017’s Best of Show, “Refuge” by Tracy Hergert
Tracy is from Lead, South Dakota. She has participated in shows and galleries in the Northern Black Hills, where she has received numerous awards in the past few years. Her most recent award was Best of Show at the Winter Art Show in the Spearfish Gallery in 2017.
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