June Glasson is an artist and designer that lives in Laramie, WY. She was born in Oyster Bay, NY in 1979 and received her B.A./B.F.A. from Cornell University in 2002. Her paintings have been exhibited at the Nicolaysen Museum in Casper, The National Portrait Gallery in London, Nature Morte Gallery in Berlin, and various New York and stateside galleries. They have also appeared in The Wall Street Journal, New American Paintings, The Paris Review, Guernica Magazine, People Magazine, Domino, Asymptote Magazine, SAND Journal, and Diner Journal. She is also the co-founder of the Wyoming Art Party.
Meg Thompson is an artist and artisan who works in several different media, heeding the story of the landscape through visual form. Her work explores how we engage with the natural world how this influences our lives and culture. She was born in Laramie, WY and received her B.A. in English, Creative Writing from the University of Montana. She has participated in the School of Visual Arts Residency Program, the Brush Creek Residency and her work has been exhibited in numerous group and solo shows in New York City and Wyoming. In 2011, after having been away from her beloved state for 15 years, she moved back to Laramie where she currently lives and works. Her furniture won an Exhibitor's Choice award at the 2012 Western Design Conference, Best in Show for Woodworking at the 2015 Kimball Arts Festival in Park City, and her custom pieces are in homes across the country. In 2013 she won the commission to design bike racks for downtown Laramie. In 2014 she co-founded with fellow artist June Glasson the Wyoming Art Party, an with the aim of organizing art projects and shows that connect individuals, scattered throughout Wyoming, who work in different regions, disciplines, and from different backgrounds, with the aim of creating work that truly represents art in Wyoming as it is, rather than it is thought to be. In 2015 they enticed another local artist, Adrienne Vetter, to join the cause. Currently Wyoming Art Party’s focus is to celebrate our local artistic community by organizing events open to everyone in the community to express their innate creativity. In 2014-2015 Thompson worked for the public art consulting team, Renee Piechocki and Jennifer McGregor, in developing the Laramie Public Art Plan.