Born and raised in Denver, Colorado, and living in Cody, Wyoming, Steve Schrepferman is inspired by the geological formations found in this part of the country. Schrepferman earned a BFA at Lewis and Clark College, and an MFA in Ceramics from the State University of New York. In 1998, Steve received a Wyoming Artist Fellowship. He recently took part in the Community Visual Arts Center Group Exhibition in Jackson, WY, and was the 2001 winner of the Purchase Award at the Governor’s Inaugural Art Exhibition. Schrepferman’s winning piece is now included in the Wyoming State Museum Collection.

“My visual sensibility is rooted in the colors, textures, and rugged forms in the landscape of the American West. I am in awe of the immense vistas and canyons and feel a strong connection to the great physical and spiritual energy of this land. These are the energies I strive to capture in my work”.

The show will be open for the next Art Design & Dine on Dec 13 th from 5-8pm. Steve’s work will be on display at Clay Paper Scissors for the month of December . The gallery is located at 1506 Thomes Ave call 307-631-6039 for more information and additional hours.