I was pleased to exhibit my work in the 6th Annual Biennial Touchstone Laramie 2018. One of the expectations of this local artist event is that new work not previously seen in Laramie be presented. Work from Sequencing Through Time and Place: The Carissa Mine that was on view in the Lander Art Center will be presented by myself, artist Wendy Bredehoft, and dancer Margaret Wilson. It focused on aspects of the mine that include industry and man, from tools and equipment to the process of transforming ore into gold.
In addition, I shared a selection of my two new portfolios, Becoming a Memory: The Clark Street Bridge and The Most Beautiful Tornado. Becoming a Memory captured Laramie’s Clark Street Bridge which now remains only as a memory of our community’s history. The Most Beautiful Tornado was a rare category 3 tornado that moved across the plains north of Laramie.
View my Artist Page at Touchstone Laramie 2018
For information about the Laramie Artists Project | Touchstone Laramie 2018.
Sweet Golden Delicious alumni show 2018
I was honored to be selected for this exhibition at the Northern Illinois University Art Museum. SWEET, Golden and Delicious … “Faculty-select and Museum-certified” was an invitational exhibition of studio and design alumni artists that presented recent work by six dozen artists from that last five decades and representing eleven areas of visual study. Artists needed to be actively practicing and showing their work. Works on view represented a variety of approaches including photography, sculpture, fiber, jewelry and metalwork, printmaking, illustration, ceramics, painting, drawing, graphic design, and time arts. The exhibition was on view through October 19, 2018, Northern Illinois University Art Museum, DeKalb, IL.
Symphony, The Carissa Mine 2017
History or Art? Studio Art Review published a review of Sequencing Through Time and Place: The Carissa Mine, New Work by Wendy Lemen Bredehoft, Susan Moldenhauer, and Margaret Wilson in the September 4, 2018 online Wyoming news publication WyoFile. The exhibitions were in two locations: the University of Wyoming Visual Art Building Gallery, Laramie and the Lander Art Center.
Susan Moldenhauer, Cedar, I80@80, 2015 | Laramie, Albany County, WY
WyoFile published Wyoming Fellowship Exhibition 2017, a review by Bruce Richardson. Curated by Bonnie Laing-Malcolmson, artists included were the 2016 and 2017 Wyoming Arts Council Fellowship Awardees: Jennifer Rife, Georgia Roswell, Susan Moldenhauer, Shelby Shadwell, Bailey Russel, and Florence Alfano McEwin. It was mounted by the Nicolaysen Art Museum, Casper, WY.