Danny Shervin

Danny Shervin arranges smokeless gunpower in a design, then ignites it.

Crowds flooded the Jackson Town Square on Saturday, Sept. 17, to watch artists participate in the annual QuickDraw, in which 30 artists created a new work in just 90 minutes.

As part of the annual Fall Arts Festival, crowds wander through the park and gather behind artists to watch their techniques and get a first-hand glimpse of what it takes to create a masterpiece.

Jackson gunpowder artist Danny Shervin sets his piece alight during the 2022 Jackson Hole QuickDraw as part of the 2022 Fall Arts Festival at the Jackson Town Square.

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