Painting to Listen; John Potter’s Dream

“Painting for me is a form of communication with our Creator, and of gratitude as well; for the life and beauty brought forth on this Earth, especially in our remaining

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At Altamira Fine Art, September 1-10th are exhibition days devoted to artists exploring Native American (or “Indian,” as John Byrne Cooke insists we should be writing), culture and themes. Sculptor

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On Friday, July 5th, 5-7:00 pm, Altamira Fine Art welcomes three of its most electric artists: Bill Schenck, R. Tom Gilleon and Greg Woodard. Each artist has his own new

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HAPPY EARTH DAY! The National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Curator of Art, Adam Harris, is the guest curator for an exhibition opening May 18th, 2013 at the museum. This remarkable

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Why is the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival (FAF) so important? Every year the 10-day arts extravaganza confirms Jackson’s status as an important arts destination–Western Art, Wildlife Art, Cowboy Art,

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