upcoming exhibits



12 Nov. 2016: 10-5PM  | 13 nov 2016: 12-5pm

The biennial, community-artist exhibition that transforms hotel rooms into galleries returns this year to the Fairfield Inn & Suites (1673 Centennial Dr. Laramie, Wyoming). Ginnie Madsen and her husband, Jon Madsen, will both have fine art displayed in this exhibit

Work on​ display



​The Brinton Museum is located on the historic Quarter Circle A Ranch in Big Horn, Wyoming and features 19th, 20th & 21st century Western & American Indian Art in a setting that is art unto itself. Ginnie's work is for sale in The Brinton Museum gift shop.


 Located in Buffalo, Wyoming; Crazy Woman Fine Art Gallery represents Wyoming artists. Ginnie Madsen's featured work in this gallery includes local genre and landscapes.


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Ginnie has a variety of relief prints & watercolors that are on display at The Jeweler in historic downtown Laramie, Wyoming. 

Professional Portfolio

Dakota Sue Design Studio © 2016

Ginnie Madsen

About the artist 


I grew up in Chicago but have lived in Laramie for about 35 years.  I earned a BFA from the University of Chicago and taught elementary school art in the Chicago area for several years.  

I eventually settled in Laramie, Wyoming and with continued interest in art, I received my Master of Fine Arts from the University of Wyoming.  I then taught drawing, sculpture, and print making classes at the University of Wyoming for 10 years.  

I work in both regional and national shows and have had a few solo shows as well. I received a Wyoming Arts Council Fellowship in 2007.  

I am a print maker and painter. My imagery usually develops from direct observation or recollections of situations and places I am familiar with.