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2022 FALL ARTS FESTIVAL

Paintbrushes ready? QuickDraw produces some bidding wars

QuickDraw returns to Town Square, and online bidding creates selling frenzy.

2022 FAF QuickDraw

A race for the fastest paintbrush in the West was on Saturday morning.

2022 FAF QuickDraw

Geoffrey Gernsten’s painting begins to take form. He was one of 30 artists who participated in this year’s QuickDraw. Catch more of the action in the Valley section.

2022 FAF QuickDraw

Onlookers watch new works of art being created over an hour and a half Saturday morning during the 2022 Fall Arts Festival QuickDraw on Jackson Town Square. In the auction that followed, the artists’ new works were sold, raising more than $260,000.

2022 FAF QuickDraw

Chris Navarro’s sculpture takes shape Saturday morning. The finished sculpture will be bronzed after being purchased at the live auction immediately following the QuickDraw.

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.

2022 FAF QuickDraw

Katy Ann Fox creates her painting at the Town Square during the 2022 Fall Arts Festival QuickDraw. This is Fox’s first year at the event representing her gallery, Foxtrot Fine Art, which opened in February in Driggs, Idaho. Read more about the QuickDraw in Wednesday’s Jackson Hole News&Guide.

Contact Tibby at valley@jhnewsandguide.com.

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