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Joseph Alleman’s paintings time-stamp the landscape, embracing architecture and light in watercolors and oils. His style walks a line between contemporary and traditional aesthetics, providing a solace that is universally retrievable.

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When Leah Shlachter presented the “Librarians After Hours” show to the Teton County Library staff, library assistant Karen Challe immediately thought of her old art professor, Wayne Thiebaud, who ingrained in her that the odds might be stacked against fame and fortune, but there will always …

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The “cultural hub of the universe” — otherwise known as Driggs, Idaho — is living up to its sobriquet this summer. The August installments of the First Friday Art Walk and the Downtown Sounds Music Series both occur Friday night at the confluence of fine art and foot-stomping bluegrass.

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The cowboy rides — out of a maelstrom of dust and sweat, history and myth, a background as formless as a Rorschach test — again and again and again.

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The “cultural hub of the universe” — otherwise known as Driggs, Idaho — is living up to its sobriquet this summer. The August installments of the First Friday Art Walk and the Downtown Sounds Music Series both occur Friday night at the confluence of fine art and foot-stomping bluegrass.

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The cowboy rides — out of a maelstrom of dust and sweat, history and myth, a background as formless as a Rorschach test — again and again and again.

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The Art Association will host its popular two-day Teton Mudpots Summer Sale starting at 10 a.m. today and Thursday at Glenwood side of the Center for the Arts.

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Sixty-four pieces of art — oil paintings, photography, mixed-media, wood, bronze, watercolor, pencil and encaustics — by 20 artists will adorn the walls for Diehl Gallery’s 18th annual Fête. And, like its many mediums, the show stretches across the art world, from contemporary Western animal…

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Jackson Hole is full of talented painters who capably capture the wildness and the grandeur of the Teton mountains and forest lands that surround it.

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For the artist Dennis Ziemienski, composition is key. It’s not just about the retro feel and cowboys. His use of light and style keeps his approach to the canvas full of optimism as well as nostalgia.

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From wide fantastical panoramas by Elliot Green that question the process of abstraction to woven narratives taking influence from street life in Marianne Kemp’s textural forms, stories from all perspectives adorn the walls of Tayloe Piggott Gallery this month.

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As a youngster, when the hum of regular life just got too loud, John Potter used to run away into the Wisconsin woods.

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One little-known fact about William Henry Jackson’s and Thomas Moran’s relationship with the Yellowstone region, and with each other, is that they often had one another stand in the pictures they were making. It was the only way to impart a sense of scale to the mountains and other geologica…

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There are few artists who can answer the demands of both contemporary and traditional art. Painter Cristall Harper is one of them. The Utah artist’s third solo show opens this week at Astoria Fine Art.

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Tammi Hanawalt, curator of art at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, observed that women were not included in standard surveys of art and art history until the 1980s, which is astonishing, even taking the typical prejudices of the entrenched patriarchy into account.

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Block printing is a tactile medium of art, and, with its near-instant results, immediate satisfaction arises from seeing a carving transform into a print. Most of us hear block prints and we think small. Jackson Hole Public Art thinks big.

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In 1871, when the members of the Hayden Expedition set out on a geological survey of what is now Yellowstone National Park, no one believed the reports of erupting geysers, gurgling mud pots and boiling hot pools set in the mountainous West. So the expedition brought along a photographer, Wi…

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All sorts of stuff is dropped off on Elizabeth Morisette’s front porch: bags of fabric, old books, plastic toys — items that may once have meant something to someone but that have been cast off, discarded to make room for something new.

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Teton County Library isn’t just for books and reading any more: Its walls have been transformed into individual, visual storyboards all along the walls, using bright swatches of fabrics to create beautiful quilting art work, each one telling its own story.

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Bear 399 and her four cubs have emerged from their winter den, and Jackson Hole is holding its breath, along with the bears’ international fan base, hoping the family makes good decisions and keeps going about its business without crossing too many paths with humans.