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The annual kickoff event for Fall Arts Festival, the Palates and Palettes Gallery Walk, returns Sept. 9 to delight Jackson Hole’s tastebuds and stimulate its eyeballs, too, as galleries team up with restaurants, chefs and caterers for an evening of fine food and fine art.

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J ust months ago, Laurie Thal’s hands felt like they were on fire. Her nerves were compressed. She couldn’t sleep. After blowing glass for 45 years, she needed carpal tunnel surgery.

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Just a stone’s throw from Town Square’s elk antler arches, Mountain Trails Gallery celebrates 30 years as an epicenter of Western culture in Jackson Hole by embracing the 2022 Fall Arts Festival wholeheartedly, representing Troy Collins, this year’s Fall Arts featured artist and posting four…

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On a typical week, Gallery Wild doubles as a painters‘ studio, just off Town Square, where Carrie Wild and other featured artists bring their wildlife visions to life.

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In the past few years, Teton Valley’s quiet disposition has attracted many artists to take up residency on the Western slope of the Tetons. And with that, an art scene has blossomed. There are now enough galleries in the valley to make a day of it.

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More than a century ago the photographer Edward Curtis lugged a big camera around the West and shot what have been judged for decades to be the best images of disappearing American Indian cultures.

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For 10 years the Showcase of Homes, hosted by Homestead Magazine, has occupied a special corner of the Fall Arts Festival, showing off the art of living and inspiring mountain enthusiasts to take livable luxury to the next level.