A Western Way of Life, Funding Art, Bobbi Miller’s “Winter Soliloquy”

  Someone once said that collecting art is about owning a slice of an artist. For some that may be true, but can anyone say they buy art only for

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Shake, Rattle and Roll: More Art Fair in Jackson Hole?

  I asked friends and colleagues from across the Intermountain West to comment on JHFAF. Names, except where noted, are fictitious. Comments are real. Not long ago I was asked

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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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Shadows: Castle & Hicks at Tayloe Piggott; Daly News

In the new double show at Jackson’s Tayloe Piggott Gallery, there’s a complementary and slightly chilling collection of works by James Castle and Nicola Hicks. Castle was a profoundly deaf,

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Tale of Bert and Two Tammies

Last summer artist Tammy Callens and I went to visit Bert Raynes. I’d posted an image of Bert on Facebook. Bert, a distinctive bird, caught Callens’ eye. Callens paints portraits,

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