“My goal as a photographer is to capture the emotion, the joy, and the beauty.” ~ Adriana
Parenting can be messy and exhausting, but it’s also one of the best reasons for living.
Because kids grow up too f... Read More
Photographers are the scribes of our generation, and their artform: a candid representation of the era in which we live.
At one point or another, every elementary school art teacher has said it: There are no r... Read More
Western art culture is something we in Wyoming are most familiar with, however keeping that style authentic while staying relevant can be a challenge. One artist searches out to tell a story, his story, of wes... Read More
Toward the beginning of the 20th Century, a lot of change was coming to the U.S. and its transportation systems. In 1908, the first Model T rolled off of Ford’s famous assembly line; complete with interchangea... Read More
The Hit List
a Guide to Wyoming’s Best Summer Festivals
Love craft brews & summer music festivals? Honey, you’re in the right state.
What better way to fill your summer (and your stomach), than with goo... Read More
The art scene in Gillette is continuing to expand and thrive; boasting educational classes, fine art galleries, and art exhibitions featuring local artists.
With summer fast approaching, there is plenty to d... Read More
I was scrolling through Instagram, zoning out on life itself, when it hit me.
Like a bus, I was overcome with wanderlust— “a strong, irresistible impulse to rove or travel about.”
Some call it being bit by... Read More
On Oct. 4, 1924, Nellie Tayloe Ross watched as her husband’s coffin was lowered into the ground. William B. Ross had been governor of Wyoming for only a year and 10 months. Twelve days earlier he had suffered s... Read More
How an Epiphany Inspired a Unique Main Street Treasure
Sarah Ferguson, owner of the newly opened Rapport gallery, has always been a little artistic. As the years progressed, she broadened her horizons and deve... Read More