Painting For Life: New Book Celebrates Gregory I. McHuron

“If you are attaining your goals, you’ve set your goals too low. The last painting you do should be the very best.” –Greg McHuron Words to live by. Words to

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Our Majestic Parks:  Ziemienski at Altamira Fine Art

In Dennis Ziemienski’s new show “Celebrating Our National Parks” at Altamira Fine Art, our parks are monumental. Man’s presence, for the most part, is small and humbling. In every image,

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Turner Lightens Up at Trio Fine Art; Trailside’s Western Spirit

“I believe that humans can learn from the example set by animals to live sustainably on the planet. In this way, they live life ‘light on the land.’” ~ Kathryn M. Turner 

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Seeing Double at Tayloe Piggott Gallery: Travagli & Katz

Recalculating! What is reality? Who am I? You’ll have to wait for the new show at the Tayloe Piggott Gallery to find out. “Mirror, Mirror on the Wall,” a group of

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View22 is 36! Tiny Preview, Jackson Hole Art Auction

“I love being a part of the View22 project – where the creation of art is both inspired by and contributes to the protection of wildlife habitat and open space

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Wildlife, Outside In

What if wildlife entered our homes, our environment and, well, got comfortable? How would we react? That’s the question artists Luis Garcia-Nerey and Anke Schofield, working together as “KOLLABS,” ask.

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Painting for Portrait Lovers; Art Fair Ahoy!

“Judy” is a beautiful, sensitive, strong portrait. Immediately, the viewer sees who this person is, intuits her personality, feels her pride and senses her values. Portrait painters Adam Clague and

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Get Your Art Up and OUT; Cayuse’s Centennial

What percentage of artists working in Jackson Hole have pierced their immediate circle of collectors and taken their art to a new level? Branding happens when you’ve “arrived,” and nobody

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Nature is That “Nameless Thing”

“There is something beyond explanation when an artist is drawn to a subject,” writes Jackson Hole artist Jennifer Hoffman. “Maybe it’s a bit of light or some familiar memory that

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