50 Years of Wyoming

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50 Years of Wyoming

An artist's reception was held Thursday night on the mezzanine of the Sheridan Fulmer Library featuring the work of local artist Eilene Roadifer Johnson.

Called “Drawings and Paintings: 50 Years in Wyoming,” the show emphasizes Johnson's over the past 50 years. She has also added a handwritten description below each piece. She describes her work.

The 75 year-old artist moved to Wyoming when she was 18. For her, art has helped her get through the rough times in life.

One of Johnson's character drawings defines a “Hunk.”

The “Hunk” and Johnson's other artwork will be on display through August.

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