Welcome, 6th Annual “Plein Air for the Park!”

We are very excited at how our artists are able to spread out across the Jackson Hole area, always available to the public. ~ RMPAP President Jake Gaedtke Rocky Mountain

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Kay Stratman’s Natural Abstractions & ART NOTES

“I developed this technique specifically to capture and emphasize the flowing nature of watercolor. Combining layers of watercolor and wax is unexpected,” ~Kay Stratman Kay Stratman’s star is on the

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Bill Sawczuk’s Evolution; Edward S. Curtis Copper Plates; Vhay & Vhay; Kids Art

“Moving on, to me, means exploration, experimentation and evolution. It means involving the viewer more in understanding the emotions I’m trying to convey.” ~Bill Sawczuk You begin your artistic journey

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Diehl’s Fete Fantasy; Western Design Conference Dreams; ART NOTES

Through this exhibition Diehl Gallery seeks to promote a continued dialogue about the place of art in modern society. ~Diehl Gallery July is nigh, and now’s the time for Jackson’s

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Signs: Earth and Air

  Manifesto Against Gravity is an installation that interacts with the observer to create sensitive (affective) situations by subjugating gravity and making the characteristics of digital dialogue with the concrete

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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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