Art in the Time of Coronavirus

  Every day new arts articles can be found on line or in hard media discussing the state of the arts during the time of Coronavirus. We’re all shut down

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Corona, Art, and Cheap Vodka; CARES

Never in my life have I wished more to be a visual artist with all the tools one needs to create beautiful paintings, drawings, prints, sculpture, photography and just about

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Jackson’s Arts Legal Eagle

What do National Geographic wildlife photographer Frans Lanting, singers Robin Thicke and Pharrell Williams, Nike and artist Shepard Fairey have in common? They’ve all been a part of big copyright

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Totems, Bullish Sue Sommers, Borbay’s Virginian

Curator David Klarén’s invitational exhibition Animal | Totem, is now on display in the Art Association’s Loft Gallery, downtown Jackson. Klarén gathered a group of practicing contemporary artists, whose work

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Monet, The Coors and Après Ski Art

  Being in awe of something larger than yourself doesn’t go away. ~ DAM Director Christophe Heinrich   January was a quiet and very snowy month here in the Jackson

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Datz Fills Big Art Shoes; NMWA’s Bisoncast

  The only thing that matters is a personal vision of the world. Methods are transient, but personality endures. ~ E. Hopper & Stephen C. Datz   Picture this: You’re

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This is 2020

First art baby born to Jackson, Wyoming in the New Year: Art Spot !  The installation site is out of guarded condition and ready to roll in 2020. According to press

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Shadow Lands, Manotaurs & Happy Holidays

  It is certainly egoic to inscribe one’s visage upon the land. But it’s also a way of saying “I was here” after we’re gone. It’s a handprint on a

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A Western Way of Life, Funding Art, Bobbi Miller’s “Winter Soliloquy”

  Someone once said that collecting art is about owning a slice of an artist. For some that may be true, but can anyone say they buy art only for

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