Conservation Artist Susan M. Rose; La Nuit des Galeries–Flash Your Glass!

Why does the ground look the way it does? How do you push such energy onto canvas? ~ Susan M. Rose At age four, Susan M. Rose knew she wanted

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Driggs Plein Air Festival Makes Its Mark; J.H. Art Auction 2019; Minton’s Photo Bomb

The side roads offer surprising painting subjects, the farmers a wave and a smile, the cattle a curious gaze, the mountains waves of blue, the hay rolls a study in

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Wipfler Finds the West; Sanders’ Spirit at Altamira

  I wanted to be as near wild as I could. The goal is not to represent a photograph. I’m trying to get a little emotion in there. ~ Kathy

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Give Me Land, Lots of Land

  As witness to seemingly endless change and challenges to Grand Teton National Park and the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem, I cling to a core of meaningful experiences imbuing my and

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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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