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Can't visit the 437CO downtown gallery in person? View our current exhibition below in our digital gallery. Contact to discuss purchasing artwork from the gallery.

Diana Baumbach's creative work is rooted in the act of manual labor and daily practice. She explores intersections between art, craft, and everyday life.

The use of patterns is a hallmark in her work, and she works with material through a repetitive process involving piercing, punching, stitching, and folding. Baumbach is currently an associate professor and foundations coordinator at the University of Wyoming where she has lived for the past fourteen years. She received two Visual Art Fellowships from them Wyoming Arts Council (2015, 2021) after receiving the Honorable Mention three times (2011, 2013, 2014).