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All posts tagged "Art"
CREATIVE PEAKS: Zen Behind the Camera Lens
Photographer channels peace and calm into his meditative Teton images. Jackson, WY – Whenever Zeb Hermanson picks up his camera and looks at the wildlife and landscape through the lens, he enters a place of peace and...
- Posted November 17, 2015
FROM THE JHSM ARCHIVES: FINDING JAMIE LYNN
Editor’s Note: As snowboarders near and far shed their blood, sweat and tears over the upcoming issue of Jackson Hole Snowboarder Magazine, we decided to revisit one of our favorite pieces from last year. Jamie Lynn is...
- Posted November 10, 2015
CREATIVE PEAKS: Heads Roll Out
See Ai Weiwei’s famed work before its Oct. 11 departure When the Chinese government let dissident artist Ai Weiwei leave the country for Berlin this year, the art world and human rights activists took notice. For several...
- Posted September 22, 2015
CREATIVE PEAKS: More Than A Feeling
New work captures a love for adventure at the WonderSpot Jackson Hole, Wyoming – When Wendell Field thinks back to his inceptive days in Jackson back in the early 1980s, he talks about his “misspent youth” and...
- Posted September 15, 2015
CREATIVE PEAKS: Fall Arts’ freshest
Art Association features fledgling brilliance Jackson Hole, Wyoming – Don’t be embarrassed if you’re not familiar with the names of the artists showing in an exhibition at the Art Association during the Fall Arts Festival. In its...
- Posted September 8, 2015
CREATIVE PEAKS: Peace project
Artist explores ancient Japanese symbolism in new show Jackson, WY – There is an ancient Japanese legend that says whoever folds 1,000 paper cranes will receive one wish. It was the story that inspired a young girl,...
- Posted August 4, 2015
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
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
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
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