Willow 5 - 2016 - intaglio and drypoint - edition of 6

New work, new look for Sue Sommers' website
Pipeline Art Project co-founder Sue Sommers showcases multiple bodies of work in a streamlined site and online store.

New work - Sue Sommers

NEW WORK: A bunch of fresh Willow drawings and etchings. Landscape paintings with the scene continuing around the edges. Lots of new Sibling Series watercolors.

Pinedale Elementary School Library

Baby Sister travels to NC this year

Selected by Studio Visit Magazine

Sue Sommers News in 2017
  • On view now through May: a solo show of Remembered Color paintings at the beautiful Pinedale Elementary School Library. This huge well-lit gallery space lets little kids and their adults enjoy books and art all day long!
  • The Western Spirit Art Show, Mar. 4 - Apr. 16 at Cheyenne's Old West Museum, will feature three of Sommers' Willow etchings.
  • Sommers curates the 2017 Inspiration and the Artists Book invitational exhibit at the Laramie County Library in Cheyenne this summer. Invited artists will address the theme of Utopia/Dystopia.
  • Eight examples of watercolors and book art from the Children Looking Back and Recovering Children series will be on display at Cabarrus Arts Council in Concord, North Carolina.
  • Studio Visit Magazine 36 includes Sommers' Sibling series, coming out in late January 2017.
More Pipeline artist updates soon, including news about our group exhibit this spring at Mystery Print Gallery in Pinedale, Wyoming.

POWER SWITCH NEWS

The Daniel, Wyoming, Power Switch produced abundant perennial Rocky Mountain penstemon in summer 2016. Foraging antelope chewed off most of the buds and a dry summer further slowed growth, but the design is intact and will do better in 2017.

A power button almost made it to the Pinedale Anticline gas field in 2016 with the blessing of industry and government, until the Bureau of Land Management decided the symbol was too political. 

Pipeline Art Project refocused and is currently pursuing a partnership with local 4H and University of Wyoming Extension leaders. We are considering a Power Switch that could serve as a hands-on educational garden on public land near Pinedale. 


Original PowerSwitch in Daniel - antelope eat penstemon