Art Saves a Hog Island Romance!

I’m on a break! If Bert Raynes can do it, so can I. Here’s an oldie but a goodie: Clyde Thornhill, aka Mike Bressler, on the artistic side of Hog

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Horses as Symbol; Walker & Ross at Altamira

You can’t judge a green broke gelding on first impressions.  I emailed a few friends about their thoughts on why the image of Wyoming’s cowboy on a bucking bronc stirs

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The Art of Love & Waterfalls

Individuals will make their own life choices, while being valued, respected and contributing members of their community. Natural supports will enrich their lives on a daily basis where they live,

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How’s Your Art Market? Art Notes!

  One thing these artists do share: their individual painting styles are instantly recognizable. You can’t fake Ringholz, Schenck or Cawdrey. Have you had a chance to de-brief yourself about

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2017 Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, Part 2!

MONDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 • The Hootenanny at the Center for the Arts – Bound to be an emotional evening as the Hoot group performs for its second session following the loss

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Jackson Hole’s 33rd Annual Fall Arts Festival! Part 1!

September 6-17th, nobody in Jackson Hole is responsible for their actions…outside of participating in the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival that begins TODAY! Hard to believe, but with the turning

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David Brookover: The Reason WY; Art Awards; Jackson Hole Fall Arts is Afoot!

“David is very different from what we think of as a traditional landscape photographer,” ~~ “Artist Series” host Ted Forbes. He’s made his way around the world, and then some.

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Call Waddell the West’s Basquiat? Art Notes!

“Waddell’s recent paintings are more atmospheric, with translucent wax medium layers suggesting the drift of grazing animals, transitions of days, and the movement of seasons.” ~ Altamira Fine Art I’m

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Photographer David Brookover – Patina and Grace; Sari Staggs & Horse Warriors

  “The scents of autumn Drifting over dampened tracks I saw you first…friend?” Each visit to Jackson photographer David Brookover’s gallery is a surprising reminder of his work’s genius, sensitivity

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