Diehl Gallery

Helen Durant’s show “animalis” opens at Diehl Gallery with a reception at 5 p.m. Thursday and hangs through Feb. 12. This is “The Magistrate,” a 58-by-32-inch acrylic and charcoal work on canvas, which Diehl Gallery calls one of the standouts of the show.

“Animalis,” from the Latin “anima,” is an adjective meaning “having breath or soul.”

It’s an apt title for artist Helen Durant’s new show at Diehl Gallery, in which she breathes life and soul into her subjects.

Contact Tibby Plasse via 732-7078 or entertainment@jhnewsandguide.com.

Since moving to Jackson Hole in 1992, Richard has covered everything from local government and criminal justice to sports and features. He currently concentrates on arts and entertainment, heading up the Scene section.

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