Checkout some early paintings by Muriel Sibell Wolle - Circus Sketches, and watch 'Pioneers' at the Carnegie Library!
Excerpt from 'Pioneers' about intrepid artist, Muriel Sibell Wolle, will be on display along with her art.
Muriel Sibell Wolle (1898-1977) left New York City after falling in love with Colorado's ghost towns. As chair of the University of Colorado, Boulder's Art Department she championed students of all genders and races, in a time when the shadow of the KKK loomed large. She is best known for immortalizing hundreds of mining and ghost towns of the American West in her publications.