‘Lucy Goes North’ holiday show opens Nov. 3

Artist Charm McLellan painted her cat Lucy ‘dreaming of high latitudes’ on a music box with watercolors of adventures on homemade paper.

PINEDALE – David Klarén, owner of Mystery Print Gallery and Frame, has once again invited a wide variety of artists to “think outside the box” and submit new works interpreting his choice of this year’s theme.  The show will open on Thursday, Nov. 3, with a reception from 5 to 8 p.m. and the public invited.  The exhibit will close on Dec.30, 2022.

The theme he has chosen to challenge the artists is “Lucy Goes North.”

As Klarén explained his choice, he said he had Wyoming Public Radio on in the background while he was busy preparing for a new exhibit. As he moved between the shop and gallery, he heard a narrator of a program say, “... and after the break, Lucy goes north.”

Klarén said, “I caught myself wondering: who is Lucy? And why was she going north? I had no idea, but I thought it would be interesting to throw the idea out to a group of artists to build the holiday exhibit around.”

Who is Lucy? Why is she going north – or is she? Don't miss what promises to be a very fun and interesting art exhibit.

To see this intriguing show as interpreted by local artists, visit Mystery Print Gallery at 221. S. Sublette Ave., Pinedale, or the Facebook page.