Thursday, June 28, 2012

Who's Blogging in WYO Part 2

Images by Christopher Amend
Since the last post I have found a couple new blogs!

Blogging is an excellent way to get your work to the public.  It does take time and a small commitment to posting regularly.  The practice also offers an excuse to write about your work and photograph your work (which you should be doing).  To see tips, tricks and advantages to blogging follow this link.

Here are some blogs written by Wyoming artists.  Hope they can serve as inspiration for your blog.

Alan O'Hashi - A film production artist from Wyoming Community Media.

Allison Wagg - A student artist.

Christopher Amend's Blog - Chris talks about his work "My work is the visual product of my perceptions, musings, thoughts, struggles, yearnings....Each picture, whatever its stylistic manifestations, strives to be an honest explication and manifestation of the ideas and impulses that gave it birth."

Courtney Googe - Courtney graduated from the University of Wyoming in May and focuses on printing making.  Her most recent body of work consists of prints on fabric and turned into stuffed animals.

Doug Russell - University of Wyoming drawing professor.

Detail of "Entangled Worlds" by
Doug Russell
Felicia Follum Art + Design Blog - University of Wyoming student who creates social justice artwork.

Katherine Palochak's Jazzn Jewelry - My blog is about designing and making jewelry from stock sheet and wire, some being shown from design concept through the steps to a finished piece of jewelry, some jewelry tips (with more to come), and occasionally life in Wyoming.

Wyoming Arts Council - A great site that keeps Wyoming Artists updated with Wyoming art events.

What other Wyoming art blogs are you familiar with? Please share them below or on our Facebook page!

If you are considering blogging, feel free to stop by WOW or set up an appointment to discuss your social media marketing campaign and how a blog can work for you.  We can also discuss a variety of other options and see what works best for your needs.  We are located in suite 271 of the Laramie Plains Civic Center and our phone number is 307.742.6574.


  1. Don't forget to write a post saying that the author has changed (once it actually changes)...Thanks!

  2. Thanks for including my blog! If anyone has questions about jewelry or jewelry care, drop me a comment. If I can't answer it, I'll find someone who can. Hope to hear from you all!

    1. Happy to post your link on our blog, Kathy. We are very proud to help your beautiful work get seen. Send us a photo if you like.
      Best to you and yours,