In Texas-based artist Austen Weymueller’s piece, To Re-Wild, a spindle-limbed cowboy rests its lanky arms across the branches of a tree. Weymueller has been fascinated with the image of the cowboy for years, and has researched it extensively to inform her artwork. (read more)
A few new faces will soon show up in Reedsburg City Park.
Texas-based artist Austen Weymueller is designing and building several 15-foot tall cowboy statues that will grace the park during the Reedikulus Art Crawl on July 29. (read more)
A recent Wisconsin transplant, Weymueller studied art at Reed College in Portland, Oregon. A painter and woodworker, her work at the Wormfarm Institute has been an exploration of natural materials and transitional space (read more)
“Being an artist” is something I have wanted for an awfully long time. Actually working out the nuts and bolts of deciding to be an artist, a working artist who maybe someday can partially feed herself from her work, is going to be hard. (read more)