Green River Arts Council

"Fostering Community Pride by Promoting Public Art and

Creativity for the Citizens of Green River"


Green River Arts Council Accomplishments, Projects, and Sculptures

Members                                                                 Term Expires

  • Aden, AsheighNovember 2021
    Birch, LynnNovember 2021
    Carmondy, VanessaJune 2021
    Castillon, BryceDecember 202
    Roderick, Judy - TreasurerNovember 2020
    Simpson, SheilaOctober 2020

Join us for the Annual Art on the Green Event each year. 

  • You can find all the information for the event on the Art on the Green page of our website (click here).
  • Please email Katie Duncombe or call (307) 872-0514 for more details. 

Art in Public Places featured at the Green River Recreation Center

“The Project”

The Green River Arts Council in cooperation with the Green River Recreation Center is excited to display unique and original art from local and regional artists in the Recreation Center lobby and hallways.  This project was created in hopes of promoting an artist's economy in our area and for the enjoyment of our patrons and visitors.  Artists who are interested in displaying their artwork are encouraged to submit an application. 

Purchasing a Work of Art

All artwork displayed is for sale.  The sale of these art pieces supports local artists and the mission of the Green River Arts Council.  If you would like to purchase a piece please contact Katie at 307-872-0514 or talk to the Green River Recreation Center Front Desk staff.  Artist receives 80% and 20% goes to the Green River Arts Council.

Featured Artist: Patrick Newell

 I began taking photographs back in the dark ages (high school) doing black and white and processing in a dark room.  While I have photographed weddings and portraits, I prefer nature photography.  I moved to digital about ten years ago.  While I use Lightroom and Photoshop to process my images, I do not “Photoshop” them.  My goal is to print them as close to what I saw as possible. My favorite places to photograph are Yellowstone, Sweetwater County, or any place the light is right.  In 2019, one of my photographs of Old Faithful was accepted into the Wyoming Wildlife Photo Contest.