Pine Bluffs Post - Serving all of Eastern Laramie County since 1908

By Gary Collins
Pine Bluffs Post 

Local artist's work goes from the campground to the lobby


Gary Collins/Pine Bluffs Post

Local artist Marcia Pavlica pauses in the lobby of the Wyoming Bank and Trust branch in Burns, where an exhibition of her artwork is on display. Her artwork will be available for viewing through the remainder of April.

Tucked away in a RV park east of Cheyenne and the TA Truck Stop are two antelopes reposing at the bottom of a swimming pool at the WYO Campground.

As antelope are neither fish nor aquatic fowl, the curious traveler may indeed wonder how two of the beasts had come to be there. Not surprisingly, they will soon discover their presence is the result of art, not nature.

They are the work of artist Marcia Pavlica, who along with her husband Mike, is the owner of the campground. Pavlica stated that it was not easy painting the two creatures on the bottom of the pool.

"Held my breath for a long tim...

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