CHEYENNE – Nearly 20 bronze pieces by Dan Ostermiller will be installed on the grounds of the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens and throughout the Grand Conservatory Building today.
The “Gardens Gone Wild” exhibit will run through August.
Cheyenne native Ostermiller has been based in Loveland, Colorado, for more than 40 years. His award-winning works have been honored with many solo exhibitions around the U.S. and beyond, and are held within the permanent collections of major museums.
The pieces of “Gardens Gone Wild” represent a full spectrum of wildlife and familiar barnyard animals, and have been exhibited at botanic gardens all over the nation. Most recently, they were on display in New Mexico at the Santa Fe Botanical Garden.
All of the pieces will be for sale, and smaller pieces will also be available for purchase from the Tilted Tulip gift shop at the Cheyenne Botanic Gardens.