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PLATTE CTY WYOMING LOGO PLAQUE COMPLETED

PLATTE COUNTY WYOMING LOGO PLAQUE COMPLETED Now comes the exciting part! Not only did I complete the custom engraved “Platte County Wyoming Logo Plaque”, but was honored presenting the plaque to Cheryl Deuel, Executive Director, and Connie Inman, Associate Director.            If you haven’t had the chance to see the previous […]

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Platte County’s Plaque Arrived

Platte County’s Plaque Arrived The beautiful engraved cast iron plaque has finally arrived. If you can, please take the time and visit the special dedication, located at the Platte County Economic Development Corporation courtyard in Wheatland, WY.  The murals were created to commemorate the workers who made irrigation of the Wheatland Flats possible and  were […]

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Platte County’s Newest Addition

Platte County’s Newest Addition! Honoring the workers who made irrigation of the Wheatland Flats possible, the Platte County Economic Development Corporation and the Platte County Art Guild have commissioned a plaque to be displayed alongside the newly painted murals depicting these historic achievements. The murals are located within the PCED courtyard. It was great working […]

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PLATTE COUNTY WYOMING LOGO-STAGE2

PLATTE COUNTY WYOMING LOGO-STAGE2 Thanks for visiting again!  Backing up a little, keeping in mind, the exciting challenge is to convert the original drawing into a semi-relief and full-relief outline. Similar to “The Perfect Loop”, I have to determine the layers from the closet to farthest away. This portion is still in the initial stage, […]

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PLATTE COUNTY WYOMING LOGO-STAGE1

PLATTE COUNTY WYOMING LOGO-STAGE-1 As the saying goes, “The Wheels Are Turning”! Now comes the next step, carving the initial stage of the first layout. First, I have decided to engrave the top part of the old pioneer wagon wheel (Wagon Wheel 1842 Oregon Trail) and Grayrocks Reservoir Mountains and Lake. Like most artist and […]

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