Transcending the Camera

Jackson gallerist Shari Brownfield says she could barely explain what she was seeing when she first set eyes on photographer Robert Buelteman’s luminous, other-worldly images of wildflowers, grasses and leaves.

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It’s “buonaforma”

• “Recognizing how influential art is for defining culture, we believe it’s critical to support equitable access to the arts, especially for the young minds whose creativity, imagination and capacity

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Artisan Pair: Mossman & Mullaney’s Heron Glass

Tucked away on a side street a few blocks away from downtown Driggs, Idaho, sits a compactly nestled compound of structures mixing contemporary Western design, barn-like structures and unobtrusive dwellings

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Stephen C. Datz’s Spirit Level

  • “I have a dialogue with the canvas, and the canvas has its own ideas. It’s weird to say it that way because it’s a piece of canvas, it’s

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Dreams Do Come True – Connor Liljestrom, Rising

  Music is not about a musician telling you about how their music should make you feel…you should feel like you have the opportunity to create your own story with

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Fall Into Winter – Landscape Painter Susan M. Rose

“Sometimes I allow the power of … images to speak for themselves through color and texture. Other times I am more interested in putting recognizable images onto canvas, and that

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Lavino & Zeigler Craft Artful Cli-Fi Books

• CALL TO ARTISTS – BOOK COVER DESIGNS WANTED: As you will read in the synopsis attached below, The Straw That Broke is a novel about  corrupt Las Vegas businessmen

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Higher Ground – Dave McNally’s Realism

An artist and an alpinist, Dave McNally has made the Greater Yellowstone Region his home for almost 40 years. Each morning he enters his Victor, Idaho studio to meditate; the

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Invisible Threads & Strong Marks: Mona K. Monroe at JH Center for the Arts

I had the classic comment from my figure drawing professor, he told me that I drew like a man. What did that mean? I wasn’t aware enough then to realize

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