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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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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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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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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