Four crafts women will be displaying their work at the Nagle Warren at 222 East 17th Street. The show runs from October 1st through the 27th with an artists’ reception and Rosemailing demonstration by Diane Edwards on October the 11th during Art Design & Dine.

Norwegian Ale Bowl by Diane Edwards

“From my first view of Norway, even from the plane, I was “hooked” on all things Norwegian” Diane Edwards is a master rosemailer and owner of Nordic Arts Publishing. She has written 8 books on rosemailing  and gives lessons at her studio in Fort Collins. For more information on classes visit Nordic Arts

Linda Behrens makes baskets and trellises from materials collected in the mountains and plains of Wyoming while hiking with her dog Anibus. Linda states that, ” the natural growth process of the materials helps inspire and create each piece”.  Linda will demonstrate her basket making techniques on Saturday October 20th from 1-3 on the porch of the Nagle Warren Mansion.

Linda and Anubis

Textile basket by Cindy Paul

Cindy Paul is a fiber artist and Cheyenne resident. She states;”I started quilting in 1996. I very quickly realized I had a difficult time creating a master  plan and sticking with it.  This journey has stimulated my interest in all types of fiber and every possible combination. I enjoy creating as I go and many times I am surprised with the end results. I love all things shinny or  textured.  I’m  fascinated with Asian and African fabric and the techniques used to create their most beautiful piece”.

Beth in her studio

Beth Rulli is proud to be a dumpster diver!”Dumpster Glass is recycled, flat glass that I have painted with glass enamels and fired over a mold in my kiln. I use all kinds of glass on its way to the landfill: windows, storm windows, factory reject bevels and scrap art glass (clear and colored). I even use small mirrors after their silvery paint backings are removed. When I took my first glass painting class in 1993, I knew I had found my niche. I quit my day job as a reference librarian in 1995, and opened the Indian Paintbrush Studio in Cheyenne. Dumpster Glass originated in 2006, and has been evolving ever since.”