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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Art Nouveau Native for Fall Arts 2020

While U.S. artists answered the call to document a “vanishing race,” American Indian artists created drawings that portrayed their experiences of this period of intense conflict and change. ~ The

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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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