Bill Sawczuk at Trio Fine Art; Plein Air Festival; Tad Anderson’s Cool Lithos.

Standing tall. Majestic. The real deal. No pretense. The man is in the mountains, and the mountains are in him. Plein air painter Bill Sawczuk is a man of wide

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All American Women: September Vhay and “Helen” at Altamira Fine Art

Here in Jackson, it is said, the concept of “America the Beautiful” leaps to life. Images of the Teton Range are everywhere in the media. Yellowstone cups us in its

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The Nick of Time

The Arts and Environment are inseparable, and will remain so. Welcome to the NEW Jackson Hole Art Blog! A world of difference, yes? With our new format you can see

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Your Plein Air Roots

I was 10, my brother six when, one morning, we walked down to the Field. A group of plein air painters had gathered under the eucalyptus. Their clothes, easels, hats…all were “foreign” to us, figures materialized from another era. My brother and I made our way over to the group.

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Painting to Listen; John Potter’s Dream

“Painting for me is a form of communication with our Creator, and of gratitude as well; for the life and beauty brought forth on this Earth, especially in our remaining

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