Oh, to be able to split this screen. So many happenings out there, so many stories to tell, talent everywhere, good causes, new spaces and lots of electricity. Here’s what’s happening tomorrow night, Thursday, July 23, in and around Jackson Hole’s art galleries:
Trio Fine Art’s September Vhay puts her new show, “Passages,” up tomorrow evening; the exhibition kicks off with an artist’s reception 5-8pm, at Trio. From 5-6 pm, Vhay will give a talk, and host a discussion, on the topic of creativity. Refreshments will be served. Vhay notes her new website address: www.vhay.com. Click on the small “i” to view images included in her new show.
Trio Fine Art is located at 545 North Cache, across from the Visitors Center. Phone: 307.734.4444.
Item #2: Squeak Carnwath’s “Loose Change”
Meet nationally recognized artist Squeak Carnwath this Thursday evening at J.H. Muse Gallery, 62 S. Glenwood. Carnwath will be signing copies of her new book, Squeak Carnwath: Painting is no Ordinary Object. The book is published in conjunction with this exhibition, and organized by the Oakland Museum of California.
The reception honoring Carnwath takes place 5-8 pm, and I’m certain refreshments will be on hand. For info: 307.733.0905.
Item #3: What is the Diehl?
Clarification on Diehl Gallery & Ashley Collins: Tonight, Wednesday, June 22, a fundraising event for the Community School takes place. Collins is on hand; see previous blog post for details–flip back a page! Tomorrow evening Collins is again on hand. Stop in and meet meet her during the artist’s reception, 5-8 pm. Diehl Gallery is located at 155 W. Broadway. Info: 307.733.0905.
Item #4: Eliot Goss: New Works on Display
The Wine Loft at The Liquor Store, adjacent to Albertson’s, now has an exhibition of Goss’ exceptional landscapes; they remain on display through July.
And, two miles north of town at NMWA’s Rising Sage Cafe, more works are on display; these will remain up through summer. Goss has an excellent, easy-to-navigate website.
Goss paints with an eye to the Arts and Crafts movement; there’s a certain structural organic touch; a simple power.
Another Goss venue: Galleries West Fine Art’s Body and Soul exhibition, opening at that gallery August 20.