The Jackson Hole Playhouse presents “The Ballad of Cat Ballou” six nights a week, Monday through Saturday at 8 p.m. throughout the summer, with an optional dinner served beforehand. Photograph by Bradly J. Boner
On Stage

Four companies present live theater this summer.

Jackson boasts the state’s only modern dance company. Contemporary Dance Wyoming performs a highly athletic repertoire. Catch them June 16 and 17 at the Center for the Arts. Photograph by Bradly J. Boner
Leaping Through Summer

Resident and visiting dance companies present athletic, graceful work.

This summer, Donald Runnicles enters his tenth season as music director of the Grand Teton Music Festival. Photograph by Price Chambers
Runnicles’ Tenth

Grand Teton Music Festival celebrates a decade under acclaimed maestro.

Seaberg sits for a portrait with one of her signature “wave” ceramic pieces. “I look at what I do with curiosity instead of with my opinion,” she said. “Because the pieces have their own opinions, too.”
A Potter’s Process

Valerie Seaberg uses a variety of techniques for a stunning effect.

Jim Wilcox opened Wilcox Gallery in 1969 to show his own work. He soon expanded to show other artists. This is Tom Browning’s In the Clear.
Still in the Game

Galleries with staying power have enjoyed growing art market.

DanShelley Jewelers creates one-of-a-kind wearable art. This is a sapphire ring with opal and diamond accents designed by Christopher Corbett.
Jewelry Rising

The demand for wearable art continues to grow.

Kathryn Turner elicits a feeling of peace in Three Matriarchs.
Wild Spirit

Artists work to capture the soul of animals in paint.

Claire Brewster cuts maps into intricate birds as in Oh La La.
Up and Coming

Gallery directors keep spaces fresh by bringing in new talent.

Opposite: Edward Aldrich’s Greeting the Dawn, an oil painting measuring 52 by 64 inches, is the 2016 Fall Arts Festival poster image.
Hello, Bison

In Greeting the Dawn, massive creature returns to Fall Arts poster.

Jackson Hole artist Jennifer Hoffman paints Flat Creek and the National Elk Refuge from a piece of conservation property donated to the Jackson Hole Land Trust by Spring Creek Ranch.
Photograph by Bradly J. Boner
Welcome to Art Paradise

Jackson Hole’s spectacular scenery is rivaled only by the array of art available.

Off Square Theatre Company
Outdoor Appeal

Theater company presents summer Shakespeare on the lawn.

Contemporary Dance Wyoming
Linking Leaps

Professional dance troupe knits art into community.

The Young Dubliners will headline Music on Main on July 16 in Victor, Idaho.
Mountain Music

Jackson, Teton Village, and Victor, Idaho, each offer a free outdoor concert series.

Taylor Glenn takes photos of animals in a portrait-like setting for his Yellowstone Natives project. He feels the white background highlights a subject’s beauty.
Lens on Wildlife

Photographers capture creatures in their habitats or modeling for the camera.

Done with their study, students like Spark Malachowski often toss their sketches or give them to the models.
Drawing From Life

Being a live model is a delicate dance between exposure and trust.

In his works like 13 Minutes From Eternity, Billy Schenck melds pop art with Western themes. The original oil used for the Fall Arts Festival poster will be auctioned September 19.
Pop Meets West

Thirty years after Schenck’s painting adorned first Fall Arts Festival poster, he’s back.

Ai Weiwei
Zodiac Heads Alight on Sculpture Trail

Ai Weiwei’s world-famous bronze creatures gaze over National Elk Refuge.

G. Harvey’s paintings have been sold by draw for years. Land of the Tetons, a 30-by-24-inch oil, is shown here.
Luck of the Draw

With some popular artists, galleries pull buyers’ names from a hat.

Presentation is part of the joy of fine dining. The Juju roll at King Sushi is a work of art.
Art to Eat

Creative plating, ingredients make for food as impressive as sculpture. 

September Vhay
Painting in Paradise

Jackson Hole’s resident artists use a variety of mediums, techniques.

Utility box art
Public Art Adds Character to Streets

Many of Jackson’s public areas are receiving a beautiful update thanks to local artists.

Monique Pean
Wearing a Glittering Memory

High-end custom jewelry helps people commemorate their time in Wyoming

2014 Quick Draw
A Huge Little Art Scene

Per capita, Jackson Hole has more art dealers than New York City.