All posts tagged "Art"

  • This ink on paper work, ‘But Mom... Everyone’s wearing them!’ hangs in Jenny Dowd’s latest show at the Center Theater Gallery.
(Credit: Jenny Dowd)
    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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    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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    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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  • ‘Michelle Ramin, Ben and Travis Find a Tube’ (watercolor on paper, 2015).
    CULTURE FRONT: Creative madness at Artlab Open Studios

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Back in the day — or, really, only a few years ago — when Teton Artlab started the Factory Studios, their occasional Open Studio nights were one of the hottest, hippest events in...

    • Posted March 31, 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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  • Old-time techniques create arresting contemporary portraits. PHOTO: Lindsey Ross
    ART FEATURE: Reviving bygone beauty

    Vintage photographs possess an allure that renders doctored digital images almost lifeless and flat by comparison. In addition to the subjects’ oft-demure, suggestive expressions, these photos are a looking glass into the past. We ponder, among other...

    • Posted January 27, 2015
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  • ‘Anima No. 4,’ by Carmelo Midili.
    CULTURE FRONT: New life in the lab

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Teton Artlab welcomed two inaugural residents to its newly revamped and expanded visiting artist residency program. Massachusetts-based David Buckley Borden and Sicilian-born Carmelo Midili have been busy making art and hobnobbing with artists...

    • Posted January 20, 2015
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  • Abhorrent #creepytings vandalism in Yosemite National Park. PHOTO: modernhiker.com
    PROPS & DISSES

    The art of seduction: A river runs through it  It is unconscionable to perceive how the same federal agency that bans hunting, four-wheeling, biking, dogs, camping (without a fee or permit), fishing (without a fee), canoeing (without...

    • Posted January 6, 2015
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  • Mountain Lake by Sheila Tintera.
    The lives of librarians after hours

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – If you wander into Teton County Library before the end of January, you might learn something new about the people who help you with your research, find your books and read to your...

    • Posted December 16, 2014
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  • Jave Yoshimoto’s gouache on paper Harbinger of Lake Winter Day’s Dusk
    CULTURE FRONT: New artists bring fresh visions

    Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Last week, Teton Artlab announced its roster of visiting artists in residence for 2015. The revamped, formalized program is a watershed moment for Jackson as a place for contemporary visual art. For more...

    • Posted November 4, 2014
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