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Tamara Rodgers is an award-winning photographer based in Cheyenne, WY where she recently expanded into underwater photography. She enjoys discovering the possibilities of merging her other passion – ceramics - with photography. She graduated from the BFA program at the University of Wyoming summa cum laude in the spring of 2020. As owner of Silver Sage Ceramics she hopes to share the joy of working with clay to the community.



Entrepreneur at heart, Dane Rodgers graduated summa cum laude with a MBA from Trident University International. Dane has served in the Wyoming Army Guard for over 30 years.

Dane Rodgers



Macey Stratton


Macey is a self-proclaimed 'life-long art student who is always interested in learning new mediums and techniques. She graduated from the University of Wyoming with a Bachelor of Fine Arts degree in 2020. By understanding the joy of learning she hopes to teach and inspire others.

Jack Lance 


Jack is a music major at LCCC and has a great passion for clay. He plans to move to Denver after getting his associate’s to pursue a BFA in the recording arts. Jack wants to one day have his own recording and pottery studio where he can help others achieve their artistic vision, be that through ceramics or sound.


Kim Castaneda


Born and raised in Cheyenne, WY, Kim graduated in 1980 from Central High School where she discovered her love for art. She continued her art journey at Northwest College and later moved home, started a family (her biggest fans) and worked at Laramie County Community College. Art education was right at her finger tips. She took multiple art classes which included ceramics and metals. She earned her associates at LCCC and went on to complete her Bachelor’s of Arts at Ashford University. Eventually feeling the need to pick one form of art and stick with it; metal smithing was her choice. Then COVID hit in 2020, all motivation and inspiration was gone. In a leap of faith, she took a class in Colorado with her friend and now partner in Rusty Brick Pottery. After Silver Sage Ceramics was opened, they moved back to Cheyenne to continue working locally and eventually built home studios. The classes sprung a new love for pottery and now she makes functional pottery for everyday use while trying to find time to continue her work in metals. “Art enables us to find ourselves and lose ourselves at the same time” - Thomas Merton

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