42nd Annual 2023 Centennial Valley Art Show and Sale
Don’t miss the 42nd Annual 2023 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 over 20 local and regional artists from rural Southeast Wyoming including the Centennial Valley and surrounding communities. Come see some of the best artwork from the Snowy Range Mountains.
The exhibition is hosted 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 1st, 2023 from 9am to 6pm and Sunday, July 2nd from 9am to 4pm.
Included in the exhibition is Centennial, Wyoming based artist Allison Pluda of Seneca Creek Studios’ stunning and vivid metal print fine art photography featuring new Wyoming starscapes, astrophotography, and landscapes including the Milky Way from The Snowy Range and Medicine Bow National Forest.
Other participating artists this year include Celeste Havener’s original oil paintings of the captivating beauty of the Centennial Valley, Tana Libolt and West Magoon of Muddy Mountain Pottery’s fun and functional stoneware, raku sculpture, and ceramic jewelry, and John Bakers beautiful landscape oil paintings plus much more. Stop by and see the exhibition for yourself in person.
Can’t make it to the show? You can always shop online at Store.SenecaCreekStudios.com and we can deliver or ship your fine art print to your doorstep.
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 1st, 2023
from 9am to 6pm and
Sunday, July2nd, 2022
from 9am to 4pm
at the Nici Self Historical Museum
2734 Wyoming Highway 130
at the base of the Snowy Range Mountains outside of Laramie, Wyoming
For more information about the Centennial Valley Summer Art Show and Sale, call show organizer Arlene Gregory at (307) 745-9322 or email email@example.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.
About the Nici Self Historical Museum
Explore what life was like in 20th Century Wyoming and experience history preserved at the The Nici Self Historical Museum. Exhibits depict the history of ranching, mining, timber, lumbering, railroading, recreation, regional culture, early Western lifestyle, and homesteading life in the region.
Celebrating southeast Wyoming’s Centennial Valley and the West, the museum is located at the base of the Snowy Range Mountains and Medicine Bow National Forest. On the National Register of Historic Places, part of the museum is housed in the 1907 Centennial Railroad Depot and multiple other historical buildings showcase a wide variety of artifacts and exhibits. It hosts collections of unique photographs from the American West, early Wyoming lifestyle, and unique items from turn of the century industries.
The museum is 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. For more information about the Nici Self Historical Museum, to become a member of the Centennial Valley Historical Association, or to make a donation, visit niciselfmuseum.com.
Since the art show is the Nici Self Historical Museum’s only main annual fundraiser, if you would like help keep the museum open you can make a tax deductible donation to them this year. The museum is supported by memberships and donations only. If you’re interested in making a donation or becoming a member of the Centennial Valley Historical Association, you can visit niciselfmuseum.com/donate.