Contemporary works like Travis Walker’s Paragliders are also in “Grand Teton National Park in Art.” This acrylic on canvas measures 54 by 54 inches.
Painting the Park

Exhibit at National Museum of Wildlife Art fetes Grand Teton National Park during National Park Service centennial.

Wildlife painter Mark Eberhard, represented at Astoria Fine Art, is an artist tackling traditional subject matter in a fresh way. This is his Waxwings, a 48-by-48-inch oil.
State of the Art: Western

Newer artists give traditional subjects mass appeal.

A Thomas Moran oil hangs in the West Bank living room of a couple originally from Chicago. It’s flanked by Carl Rungius’ Moose in the Woods on the left and Frank Tenney Johnson’s Reflections on the right with Native American pottery on a Molesworth table.
Natural Evolution

Three very different collections have one thing in common—evolution of collectors’ interests.

Christian Burch
The Art of Collecting

Residents acquire pieces for a variety of reasons, from love to money.

Nicole Charbonnet’s Cowboy
Choose Your Own Art Walk

To avoid being overwhelmed by thirty-plus galleries, pick a genre and tour the town.

Brian Carroll aka Buckethead
In the Pink

The Pink Garter Plaza, Jackson’s alternative art hub, has everything from coffee to cocktails, snowboards to tattoos.