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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The Beauty and the Power; NMWA Reopens

  Some years ago, as Jackson’s Chamber of Commerce was adopting the phrase “Power of Place,” I had the honor of writing about that concept as it relates to the

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John Potter’s Meadowlark; Art Fairs, Flowers & Fortune Cookies

“I imagine a lot of us are doing a lot of looking out our windows these days. If you’re like most people you’re probably under a stay-at-home or shelter-in-place advisement

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JH Covid Archives, Outsider Art and Plein Air Plans

We’re living in a time Jackson’s earliest settlers could never imagine; or are we? Isolation was the norm in the latter 1800’s, when Jackson Hole was being populated by its

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Art Realities Through Eyes of Artnet Editors; Wyoming Women at the Nic

    “After you have exhausted what there is in business, politics, conviviality, love, and so on—have found that none of these finally satisfy, or permanently wear—what remains? Nature remains;

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