Landscape artist and Turner Fine Art owner Kathryn Mapes Turner put out a call to fellow landscape artists to paint the great Western Rocky Mountains.
Face-to-face with cowboys, Native Americans and horses staring you down from across the room, jumping off the canvas, your best bet is to blink twice — you’re looking at a Gary Lynn Roberts painting.
One of the most extraordinary things about last weekend’s Art Fair Jackson Hole was how ordinary it felt: a sunny afternoon spent outside, chatting with artists and artisans from throughout the region and even from around the country, examining the panoply of handmade goods and wares, maybe …
Mountain Trails Gallery captures the indomitable spirit of the West in two upcoming shows offering distinctive styles that define the Town Square gallery’s offerings.
Downtown Jackson’s Mountain Trails Gallery, Diehl Gallery and Altamira Fine Art are running shows featuring Bryce Pettit, Helen Durant, Duke Beardsley and Ben Steele.
Sporting round wire glasses, artist Wendell Locke Field painted the shaded front porch of a white log cabin, complete with colorful flowers inspired by the plants at his home in Kelly.
Over the past year a handful of sequestered artists nurtured flashes of pandemic creativity in silent studios. These workspaces, created and maintained in the Center for the Arts by the Art Association of Jackson Hole, allowed people like printmaker Lisa Walker to experiment with patterns fo…
One summer evening, every summer for 17 years and counting, the Diehl Gallery hosts a fête, or as the gallery describes it an “annual feast for the eyes.”
Andrew Kneeland was working as an intern at the National Museum of Wildlife Art a few years ago, a college student on the cusp of starting his own career as an artist, when he met Kathy Wipfler, a world-renowned painter whose own work hangs in the institution north of town.
Summer in the Tetons always brings a renewed sense of life and joy as the world blooms and greens and trails open to the natural grandeur of the Rocky Mountain West. This summer feels particularly full of excitement, as the world and Jackson Hole open up after a weary season of pandemic.
Jackson Hole painter Kathryn Mapes Turner recalls from her childhood a walk near the Snake River with her father, John Turner, an ornithologist, when they spotted a killdeer faking a broken wing.
Archie Teater created over 4,000 paintings that survive, the majority of them scenes of Jackson Hole and the town of Jackson, but also many depicting landscapes, cities and people around the world.
Pearl Street Bagels has a new crew of regulars — a small herd of charismatic goats, painted into frames by Alpine artist Jude Chilen. The goats greet bagel-getters just inside the door as part of a suite of nature-inspired art by Chilen and her longtime friend and mentor, Sheila Tintera.
Local families can once again wander in wonder through sculpted, brass beasts and galleries of organic brushstrokes, inspired by the beauty of the natural world.
Twenty-one members of the Dancers’ Workshop Junior Repertory Company will take to the Center for the Arts main stage Friday and Saturday evening for this year’s “New Dances/New Choreographers” production — the students’ first in-person performance in more than a year.