Sketching With Bill Sawczuk; Crushing on Rob Kingwill

“I don’t need a sketch to paint.”     “Sketching is too time consuming.”    “I don’t like pencil work.”    And the real reason: “I don’t wish to spend the

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Well Done, “Wallpaper!”; Sanders and McCauley at Altamira-Scottsdale

After a long winter’s lull, Spring is around the corner. If you can’t feel it in the air, you can feel it in Jackson’s art scene. In the past two

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Borbay Ski Barre Pop-Up! ; A.A. Teams Up with Teton Photo Group

Picture this: An art event at a dance and fitness studio on the West Bank, featuring a young artist who discovered Jackson Hole when a patron flew him out here,

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Hats Off! It’s “Whodunnit” Number 10!

What’s so special and enduring about the Art Association’s annual “Whodunnit?” fundraiser? One participating artist, Borbay, immediately piped up with his take on the exhibition: “Despite being a full-time artist

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Kathryn Mapes Turner Meets Winter 2017

Kathryn Mapes Turner, of Trio Fine Art, grew up in Grand Teton National Park on her family’s Triangle X Ranch. She’s arguably experienced just about everything a Jackson Hole winter

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A Wolf Walked Into a Bar: Photographer David Yarrow at WRJ

“I have worked a great deal in two ghost towns in Montana. The result has been conceptual staged shots which have proved hugely popular in America. I wanted to capture

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Over the Rooftops; Letscher Lands at Tayloe Piggott

Moran, Wyoming lies 30 miles north of the Town of Jackson. Last month Moran received almost 40 inches of snow, 10 inches above normal. Jackson has received almost the same

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Lee Carlman Riddell’s Winter Wonders; Jivan Lee in Scottsdale

“Truth be told, I do not paint outside in the winter. I tried it once, thinking that if Greg McHuron could do it, so could I.” ~ Lee Carlman Riddell 

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What Has Winter Wrought?

“Greg McHuron was known to wrestle sheets of plywood through various Ice Ages just so he could stand on them without sinking into the frozen depths. But Greg was part

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