All posts by Kelsey Dayton

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  • This ink on paper work, ‘But Mom... Everyone’s wearing them!’ hangs in Jenny Dowd’s latest show at the Center Theater Gallery.
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    CREATIVE PEAKS: Inanimate actors

    Jenny Dowd gives objects personality and attitude Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Jenny Dowd doesn’t like rooms with only one chair in them. She wonders if the chair gets lonely when the room is void of people. “I...

    • Posted June 30, 2015
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  • Contemporary Dance Wyoming performed an excerpt from  ‘Eyeing the Needle,’ during a summer preview last month at Tayloe Piggott Gallery. (Photo:  Jeffrey Kaphan)
    A&E: The delicate balance of life and dance

    Relationships, personality explored in CDW performance Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Years ago, before Babs Case even moved to Jackson, she was shopping in Salt Lake City when she noticed the telltale signs of a dancer in the...

    • Posted June 16, 2015
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    A&E VISUAL ART: Smooth juxtaposition

    Contemporary photos, paintings combine in Daly Projects new show Jackson Hole, Wyoming – It takes a second look to really understand what you are seeing when you take in a photograph by Ed Lavino or a painting...

    • Posted June 9, 2015
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    Wyoming inspired hues

    For Pamela Gibson, different environs ushered her work into a new sphere Jackson Hole, Wyoming – A lot of things changed for Pamela Gibson when she moved to Jackson from Portland, Ore., about six years ago. Gibson was a...

    • Posted June 3, 2015
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  • Yellow Rose, 28-color silksceen on musuem board, 40’ x 31 by Donald Baechler
    ART FEATURE: New works alight at Tayloe Piggot Gallery

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – One of America’s most celebrated contemporary artists will debut brand new work at Tayloe Piggott gallery this weekend. Donald Baechler’s “Six Roses” features newly completed silk screens that have yet to be shown...

    • Posted May 13, 2015
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    THE ARTS: Skeletal scenes

    Dusting off bones to see a differed view of the West Jackson Hole, Wyoming – When Rebecca Mortensen took an interest in drawing and painting, her uncle, Jackson sculptor John Mortensen, gave her some advice. Start with...

    • Posted April 29, 2015
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    Riotous sequel pokes more fun at Jackson life

    Jackson, Wyoming – The voices entered through a window — a guy and a girl who’d clearly been drinking. It was 1 a.m. Andrew Munz grabbed his phone and started recording. It wasn’t a break-up, or make-up,...

    • Posted April 14, 2015
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  • ‘Cuscus Bones’ by Camille Davis (oil on canvas).
    Daly Projects celebrates divergent roster with new show

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Daly Projects opened about a month ago and it’s now time for Jackson to meet all of its creative components. The new show, “Diverse Works,” debuting Friday features the 11 artists owner Meg...

    • Posted March 25, 2015
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  • ‘Gros Ventre’ by Todd Kosharek.
    ART FEATURE: Daly Projects delivers new energy

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – A little off the main tourist path around Town Square, away from the galleries featuring wildlife bronzes and cowboy paintings, is one of those places Meg Daly hopes people will seek out as...

    • Posted February 17, 2015
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    MOMIX: A dance of illusion

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Moses Pendleton wasn’t a dancer. He was an aspiring downhill skier raised on a farm in Vermont, who each year traveled to Mount Hood to train with the Austrian ski team. When he...

    • Posted January 27, 2015
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