Teton County Library is showcasing the “From Page to Canvas” exhibition through Nov. 15.
While the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s annual Western Visions Show and Sale is one of the premier events of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, it isn’t completely over quite yet.
The Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival’s QuickDraw called upon all the elements this weekend: speed, technique, surprise, friendship, the wilds of fall weather, Grizzly 399, The Wort, aesthetic and, most of all, fun.
The Jackson Hole Art Auction, in its 15th year, opened Friday at the Center for the Arts and concluded Saturday, moving more than 350 lots, heavily dominated by Western and wildlife subjects. The pieces flashed by at a quick pace set by in-person, online and phone bidders.
When St. John’s Health held its grand opening, or “homewarming,” for its new Sage Living senior center a few weeks ago, staffers who that day served as tour guides were eager to point out the many works of art that adorn the walls.
With the 2021 Fall Arts Festival kicking off this week, Wilcox Gallery, one of the longest-standing galleries in Jackson Hole, will again be highlighting the depth of its relationships with the dozens of artists it represents.
The 2021 Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival doesn’t start until Sept. 9, but the National Museum of Wildlife Art already has its 34th annual Western Visions Show and Sale hanging — at least virtually.
As part of the Art Association’s pop-up art fair Saturday, Nukah’whups dancers from the Shoshone-Bannock Tribes will bring indigenous dance back to their aboriginal homelands.
Teton County Library plans to offer eight-week art courses for patrons ages 55 and older this fall and winter. The only problem is, it still needs to decide what to include.
The annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival brings art traffic in from all corners of the American West, but, JH Public Art Director Carrie Geraci asked herself a few years ago, what role do the area’s native creators play in the Teton art scene?
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.
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 …
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.”
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…
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.