39th Annual Centennial Valley Art Show and Sale, Hosted by the Nici Self Historical Museum in Centennial, Wyoming | Snowy Range Art Exhibition

39th Annual 2019 Centennial Valley Art Show and Sale

You’re Invited to the 39th Annual 2019 Centennial Valley Summer Art Show and Sale, a group fine art exhibition and free public art show featuring original photography, paintings, pottery, stained glass, sculptures, and more from more than 20 local and regional artists from rural South East Wyoming. The exhibition is hosed by the Centennial Valley Historical Association at the Nici Self Historical Museum in Centennial, Wyoming, located about 30 miles west of Laramie and 45 miles east of Saratoga at 2734 Wyoming Highway 130. A portion of the proceeds from every sale is donated to the Nici Self Historical Museum as part of their main annual fundraiser. The exhibition will be on display and open to the public Saturday, July 6th, 2019 from 9am to 6pm and Sunday, July 7th from 9am to 4pm. 

Plus, the 5th Annual Elevation Celebration, a local music festival and craft show hosted by the Historic Mountain View Hotel and Cafe just across the street that benefits the local Centennial Valley Volunteer Department and Albany County Search and Rescue, is also going on during the art show on Saturday July 6th during the afternoon and evening making it a great weekend to come out to Centennial to enjoy local art, music, family, and friends on the mountainside.

Included in the exhibition is Centennial, Wyoming based artist Allison Pluda of Seneca Creek Studios’ stunning and vivid metal print fine art photography featuring starscapes and landscapes including the Milky Way from outside of Medicine Bow National Forest as well as a new stunning panoramic landscape print of the Snowy Range Mountains. Other participating artists include Celeste Havener’s original oil paintings of the captivating beauty of the Centennial Valley as well as Tana Libolt and West Magoon of Muddy Mountain Pottery’s fun and functional stoneware, raku sculpture, and ceramic jewelry plus much more. We’d love for you to stop by and see the exhibition for yourself in person. Join the event on Facebook here: https://www.facebook.com/events/291521358443692.

About the Nici Self Historical Museum

The Nici Self Historical Museum is operated by the Centennial Valley Historical Association and a corps of dedicated volunteers and was organized in the early 1970s as part of a community effort to be recognized as a Bicentennial community. Berniece “Nici” Self was one of the founding members, and the museum is named in her honor. The museum features multiple exhibits that celebrate the local mining, ranching, and railroading history of the area. Several buildings from around the area have been moved to the grounds and are open to visitors from Memorial Day to Labor Day, Thursday through Monday, noon to 4 PM and in September on Saturdays and Sundays, noon to 4 PM. Admission is always free, but donations are gratefully accepted. If you’d like to arrange a visit outside of normal hours, please call 307-745-3108 during the summer season, or 307-742-7763 during the winter.

How to View the Centennial Valley Art Show

Stop by to view the exhibition or take home a piece of Wyoming
and support both the museum and a local Wyoming artist 

Saturday, July 6th, 2019
from 9am to 6pm and

Sunday, July 7th
from 9am to 4pm 

at the Nici Self Historical Museum
2734 Wyoming Highway 130
Centennial, Wyoming 
at the base of the Snowy Range Mountains.

For more information about the 39th Annual 2019 Centennial Valley Summer Art Show and Sale, call show organizer Arlene Gregory at (307) 745-9322 or email frogpt@yahoo.com. Contact Allison Pluda at Seneca Creek Studios if you are interested in purchasing a fine art metal print or gift card at Allison@SenecaCreekStudios.com or call us at (307) 298-0462. 

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