A 1963 Shasta Trailer…Gallery-A-Go-Go features art by Bowman and artist friends from Colorado and Oregon popping up at art festivals, garage sales and other absurd spaces.

Though transforming thrift-store treasures is a borrowed concept- Bowman utilizes it as an opportunity to get unique and affordable art into the hands of folks who’ve never purchased something before. Many of her pieces juxtapose graffiti fonts with suburban imagery commenting on the political and social climate we live in today..

She donates a majority of her profits to charitable and community organizations including Meals on Wheels, ACLU, Southern Poverty Law Center, and Mango House of Denver which supports refugee families who’ve moved to the area.

When the going gets weird, the weird turn pro
-Hunter Thompson
Well Hung