The wonder of the world, the beauty and the power, the shapes of things, their colours, lights, shades – these I saw. – Olaus Murie
Jackson gallerist Shari Brownfield says she could barely explain what she was seeing when she first set eyes on photographer Robert Buelteman’s luminous, other-worldly images of wildflowers, grasses and leaves.
“I imagine a lot of us are doing a lot of looking out our windows these days. If you’re like most people you’re probably under a stay-at-home or shelter-in-place advisement
‘There is another place… a new place, quiet, active, an invention, compelling, specific, loving, a dream, welcoming, structured. This is what I am searching for: a place that renders words
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
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