ARLO ENGLISH + SUZETTE MCINTYRE + JEREMY JONES
July - September 2016
Each artist drawing inspiration from the generations before, the English Family have collectively spent over 175 years honing their respective passions in art.
Arlo English, Suzette (English) McIntyre, and Jeremy Jones (English) - Father, Daughter, Grandson - reunited in Casper for an exhibition entitled ‘ECHOES’. This exhibition featured a convergence of all 3 artists, their unique styles, and how each artist evolved through the years to create their own masteries in art.
The July exhibition of 'ECHOES' featured Arlo English, who at age 88 has been cultivating his artistic skills since childhood. For several years the family gathered his artwork from South Dakota, Montana, Colorado and Wyoming for this exhibit, which included a 60 year retrospect of his original oil paintings, sculptures and murals. The month of August highlighted the work of Arlo’s Grandson, Jeremy Jones - sculptor/potter from Nashville Tennessee - while the work of Arlo’s Daughter, Suzette McIntyre - photographer/fine artist from Windsor Colorado - was featured in September.
A gallery reception was hosted for each artist during their respective month. During each shoe, a piece of each artist’s work was raffled off with the proceeds benefitting the non-profit of their choice:
Arlo’s painting ‘Abstract 1’ proceeds benefited The Disabled Veteran’s of America (DAV).
Suzette’s ‘Sunrise in the Tetons’ proceeds benefited The Nicolaysen Art Museum.
Jeremy’s ceramic pieces benefited the Casper College Foundation.