All posts tagged "local art"
CREATIVE PEAKS: Image Intervention
A visiting artist shifts the valley into slow motion; Jackson Hole Still Works asks artists to get saucy. JACKSON HOLE, WY – Before the internet (back when dinosaurs walked the earth), we consumed images and information at...
- Posted March 21, 2017
CREATIVE PEAKS: Light the Way
Daylight Saving Time brings two new art shows that celebrate light. The dance of color JACKSON HOLE, WY – The promise of abstract painting is to lift back the scrim of representation in order to delve into...
- Posted March 8, 2017
CREATIVE PEAKS: Bright Lights, Small City
A fundraiser for the Art Association asks, “Whodunnit?” while Borbay pays homage to neon. JACKSON HOLE, WY – A little more than 10 years ago, an ingenious, mysterious idea was born (or perhaps borrowed, not born). The...
- Posted March 1, 2017
CULTURE KLASH: Dreams and Dark Matter
New works at Tayloe Piggott and Asymbol will usher viewers to the edge. JACKSON HOLE, WY – Perhaps the best way to approach a collage by Lance Letscher is to imagine looking into a kaleidoscopic scene from...
- Posted February 15, 2017
CREATIVE PEAKS: Local Flair
Vendors sling holiday gifts, a thespian returns with another work poking fun at Jackson, and artistic love letters abound. JACKSON HOLE, WY – This holiday season you have your choice of craft fairs and art shows, but...
- Posted December 13, 2016
CULTURE KLASH: Artsy Roundup
From the Video Blitz to printmaking bliss, don’t miss these events. A Year in Print JACKSON HOLE, WY – Join printmaker Walt Gerald for the opening of his solo show, “Forward Momentum,” at The Rose on Friday....
- Posted November 1, 2016
WELL, THAT HAPPENED: Endangered Creativity
As more of the creative class leaves, the need to elevate local art is increasingly important. JACKSON HOLE, WY – Sitting in town chambers last Friday morning during Mayor Sara Flitner’s gathering of local creatives, I raised...
- Posted October 4, 2016
CREATIVE PEAKS: Creatures of the New West
The Stable opens to showcase alternative art inspired by the environment. JACKSON HOLE, WY – It’s unlikely that 19th century French painter Rosa Bonheur would have painted brassieres hanging from the antlers of elk, but who knows...
- Posted August 9, 2016
CREATIVE PEAKS: Painting in the Now
Mike Piggott hits his mid-career stride. JACKSON HOLE, WY – In a moment of inspiration, Mike Piggott stuck a knife in his painting. No, we’re not talking vandalism, or self-sabotage. Last week Piggott was working on a...
- Posted May 31, 2016
CREATIVE PEAKS: Hidden in the Light
Teton Artlab artist in residence meets the mountains and skies of his dreams. JACKSON HOLE, WY – More than 140 years ago Thomas Moran joined the Hayden Expedition, one of the first government organized exploration parties of...
- Posted April 5, 2016