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Dustin Van Wechel Showcase September 2 - 15, 2013

An Auction of Past & Present Masterworks of the American West

Live Auction September 14, 2013 C e n t e r f o r t h e A rts

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John Clymer (1907-1989), Visitors at Fort Clatsop, 24 x 48, Oil. Estimate: $300,000 - $500,000

Unrequited Affections, 24 x 18, Oil

The Mentor, 48 x 24, Oil

ken Carlson (1937-) Piercing the Silence, 24 x 36, Oil. Estimate: $35,000 - $45,000 (left)

Carl Brenders (1937- ) Pronghorns, 33 1/3 x 23 1/4, mixed media. Estimate: $25,000 - $35,000

An Evening Out, 11 x 14, Oil

Artist Reception: Saturday, September 14th A l l pA i n t i n g S to b e S o l d b y d r Aw

View more works by this artist and others at trailsidegalleries.com

Carl Brenders (1937- ), Esprit de Corps, 22 x 40, mixed media. Estimate: $40,000 - $50,000

For information please contact Jill Callahan, Auction Coordinator, 866-549-9278, coordinator@jacksonholeartauction.com O r v i s i T W W W. J A C k s O n h O l E A r TA u C T i O n . C O m

JacKsoN Hole 130 East Broadway, Jackson, WY 83001 (307) 733.3186 scottsdale 7330 Scottsdale Mall, Scottsdale, AZ 85251 (480) 945.7751 www.trailsidegalleries.com

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Welcome

to the 29th year of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, widely recognized as one of the premier cultural events in the Rocky Mountain West. Every year the Fall Arts Festival continues to grow and draw thousands of art enthusiasts to experience the diverse artwork and breathtaking natural surroundings that make Jackson Hole a leading cultural center.

The 2013 Festival will take place September 5 - 15, with world-class installments of visual, contemporary, culinary, western and Native American arts. Visitors will once again experience the works of nationally and internationally acclaimed artists, in addition to an exceptional array of music, cowboy poetry and cuisine. More than fifty events, gallery walks, workshops, artist receptions and more round out our ten-day festival. A few of this year’s most anticipated events include the “Taste of the Tetons” during which participants experience food, wine and dessert in the heart of historic downtown Jackson; the first year of the Jackson Showcase of Homes, the 18th annual QuickDraw Art Sale and Auction where 30 artists are showcased while creating original works as spectators watch; and the 21st annual Western Design Conference! Jackson Hole is the proud host of this fabulous event known as the world’s preeminent exhibition of western furniture, fashion and accessories. Home to abundant wildlife, historic Old West appeal and award winning eateries, Jackson and the Fall Arts Festival cater to more than just the art lover. The valley is an avid outdoorsman’s paradise, with numerous activities such as horseback riding, river rafting, rock climbing and biking. More leisurely attractions include golfing, fly-fishing and thousands of miles of hiking trails. After a day of adventure, visitors can unwind with a massage or body treatment in one of Jackson’s highly acclaimed luxury spas. The 2013 Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, with its record number of artists, galleries and restaurants participating, as well as an event schedule catering to all interests, is shaping up to be the best yet! We invite you to visit Jackson and experience it for yourself!

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Fall Arts Festival 2013 – Featured Artist . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 18 Western Design Conference . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 20 Western Design Conference Events Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 21 Signature Events. . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 24 QuickDraw Art Sale & Auction . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 27 Western Visions: Miniatures and More Show & Sale . . . . . . . . . 28 Western Visions: Events Schedule . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 29 Festival Sponsors . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . 30

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Western Design Conference Gala Event: Fashion + Jewelry Show

An up-close-and-personal jewelry show, live auction, and champagne celebration, followed by a runway fashion show presenting western-genre couture collections from both upand-coming and established fashion designers. Gala reception to follow with catering by Dining In. Center for the Arts / Doors open at 6pm. Fashion Show at 7:15pm, reserved seating tickets $125–$35. Contact Center Box Office for tickets at 307.733.4900 or jhcenterforthearts.org.

Grand Teton Gallery

Artists in Residence: 11am-4pm: Pat Clayton painting with oil; Troy Anderson – sculpture demonstration; 1-5pm: Thomas Radoumis – wood carving discussion; Richard Mitchell – sketching with charcoal. 130 West Broadway, 307.201.1172, grandtetongallery.com

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale

The world’s preeminent exhibition and celebration of what is happening in the world of western design. Over 100 exhibitors showcase one-of-a-kind creations of furniture, fashion, jewelry, and home accessories during the 21st annual Exhibit + Sale hosted by Teton Home and Living magazine. NEW! Join us at 11am for the unveiling of more than $22,000 in Design Excellence Awards; meet the Judges and a celebratory reception of libations and brunch bites with catering by e.leaven Food Company. 10-5pm | Snow King Center. Tickets at the door $15 (includes return privileges) WesternDesignConference.com

Palates & Palettes Gallery Walk

More than 30 art galleries open their doors to showcase magnificent art with food, wine and music! 5-8pm | Various locations, see gallery map. Open to the public

Schedule of Events

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5

RARE Gallery

Rick Armstrong opens his show “Through the Eyes”. Come out and be the first to see his newest collection of 2013. Armstrong has spent the last year preparing for this show, and this work is being released for the first time. Through the use of cutting edge mixed media techniques, he has compiled a group of work that will leave you satisfied intellectually and content visually. Rick Armstrong is RARE Gallery’s premier artist for the Fall Arts Festival. Ensure your art experience is complete, come view his innovative show! 5-8pm | 60 E. Broadway 2nd Floor. 307.733.8726, raregalleryjacksonhole.com

Trio Fine Art Gallery Demonstrations

The Trio Artists will be demonstrating drawing and painting techniques in the gallery. All are welcome to stop in! Free admission. 3-5pm | Trio Fine Art Gallery. 545 N. Cache, 307-734-4444, triofineart.com

Diehl Gallery

Opening reception for Hung Liu: Bastard Paintings II. We proudly present Hung Liu’s second solo exhibition at Diehl Gallery, which will run September 6th through the 30th. Our restaurant partner for this Palates & Palettes evening will be Ignight. 5-8pm | Diehl Gallery, 155 West Broadway, 307.733.0905, diehlgallery.com

Grand Teton Gallery

Gallery & Artist Reception featuring: Pat Clayton, Troy Anderson, HR Kaiser, Sam Thiewes, Peggy Ann Thompson, Rip Caswell, and Richard Mitchell. 4-8pm | 130 West Broadway, 307.201.1172, grandtetongallery.com

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Altamira Fine Art

Gallery Reception for Mary Roberson: The Nature of Contemporary Impressionism and Donna Howell-Sickles: My Window Faces West 5-8pm | Altamira Fine Art, 172 Center Street. 307.739.4700, altamiraart.com

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 7 Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale

The world’s preeminent exhibition and celebration of what is happening in the world of western design. Over 100 exhibitors showcase one-of-a-kind creations of furniture, fashion, jewelry, and home accessories during the 21st annual Exhibit + Sale hosted by Teton Home and Living magazine. 10-5pm | Snow King Center. Tickets at the door $15 (includes return privileges) WesternDesignConference.com

Grand Teton Gallery

Artists in Residence: 11am-3pm: Sam Thiewes – painting with oil; Peggy Ann Thompson – palette knife demonstration; 1-5pm: Rip Caswell – sculpture demonstration; Richard Mitchell – sculpture demonstration.

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale

The world’s preeminent exhibition and celebration of what is happening in the world of western design. Over 100 exhibitors showcase one-of-a-kind creations of furniture, fashion, jewelry, and home accessories during the 21st annual Exhibit + Sale hosted by Teton Home and Living magazine. 10-5pm | Snow King Center. Tickets at the door $15 (includes return privileges) WesternDesignConference.com

14th Annual Takin' It to the Streets

An open-air, juried art fair featuring 40 local artists, including some of Jackson's finest, selling an array of fine artwork. Presented by the Jackson Hole Art Association. 10-4pm | Jackson Town Square Contact Amy Fradley at 307.733.8792 or artistinfo@jhartfair.org

Taste of the Tetons

Valley chefs, restaurants and caterers put their best culinary work on display for sampling. Also enjoy the Rotary Supper Club of Jackson Hole’s wine tasting & silent auction, and the Howdy Pardners “Pickin’ in the Park” – and live musical entertainment. Each taste ticket is $1. 11-4pm | Jackson Town Square

130 West Broadway, 307.201.1172, grandtetongallery.com

Historic Ranch Tours

Visit historic valley ranches, where Jackson Hole's cowboy heritage still thrives. The tour is complete with cowboys, Western entertainment, and a good ol' fashion barbeque. Hosted by Mountain Living magazine. Busses leave Jackson’s Home Ranch parking lot at 2pm., $50 307.733.3316

RARE Gallery

Conversation with the artist. Come in and meet the artist in RARE Gallery. We are delighted to feature an intimate talk with Rick Armstrong and Dan Burgette. This is an opportunity to get tot know the artists behind the award winning works of art, hear them speak about the process, their subjects, and understand the boundless scope of their art. Both artists are local to the area and hold an in depth knowledge of the region we know and love, Jackson Hole. 2-5pm | 60 E. Broadway 2nd Floor 307.733.8726, raregalleryjacksonhole.com

Legacy Gallery

Jason Rich, the 2013 Featured Fall Artist and his One Man Show, featuring 15-20 new works. 5-8pm | 75 N. Cache, 307.733.2353, legacygallery.com

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Rotary Supper Club’s Fall Arts Festival Wine Tasting and Silent Auction

Joining with Taste of the Tetons and Takin’ It to the Streets, the Rotary Supper Club produces the Wine Tasting and Silent Auction! All proceeds go back into the community through scholarships and sponsorships! 11-5pm | Jackson Town Square

Grand Teton Gallery

Artists in Residence: 11am – 4pm: Gary Keimig, Tom Lucas, and Les LeFevre – painting demonstrations; Rip Caswell – sculpting demonstration; 1-5pm: Carol Santora – painting with pastels & acrylic; Richard Mitchell – Meet the Artist. 130 West Broadway, 307.201.1172, grandtetongallery.com

RARE GALLERY

The work of Museum artist Michael Swearngin will be on display. We are honored to showcase a valuable collection of his pieces with museum registry and provenance. His way with the subjects of the West is unparalleled in style and substance. His work is contemporary yet classic. 5-8pm | 60 E. Broadway 2nd Floor 307.733.8726, raregalleryjacksonhole.com


Art Association Studio Tour

Providing live music, food and beverages while perusing through fun creative art activities! 5-7pm | Art Association at the Center for the Arts artassociation.org or call 307.733.6379

Grand Teton Gallery

Artists in Residence: 11-3pm: Deb Penk – painting with acrylic; Al Hone – sculpture demonstration; 1-5pm: Jane Coleman – painting with watercolor; Rip Caswell – sculpture demonstration; Mike Rangner – painting with oil. 130 W. Broadway, 307.201.1172, grandtetongallery.com

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 Trio Fine Art

“In Our Valley” is an art exhibition featuring the work of Jennifer L. Hoffman, Bill Sawczuk and Kathryn Mapes Turner that celebrates the landscape of Jackson Hole. Opening September 11th; gallery opens at noon. Artist reception 5-8pm. Runs September 11th through 28th. Trio Fine Art Gallery, 545. N. Cache. 307.734.4444, triofineart.com Open to the public

Jewelry and Artisan Luncheon at Four Seasons

Enjoy an elegant luncheon at an exclusive destination. Preview and purchase handmade goods by premiere artisans of jewelry, fiber, leather, and other wearable art during this elegant event. This ladies-only event kicks-off the Jewelry and Artisan portion of the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Western Visions® activities. The money raised from this fundraiser supports the education programming at the Museum. Register by September 4 online at westernvisions.org or by calling 307.732.5411. 11-4pm | Four Seasons Jackson Hole, $100 per person

Grand Teton Gallery

Artists in Residence: 11-3pm: Deb Penk – painting with acrylic; Gayle Weisfield – painting with watercolor; 1-5pm: Michael Orwick – painting with oil; Rip Caswell – sculpture demonstration; Carrie Wild – painting with acrylic. 130 W. Broadway, 307.201-1172, grandtetongallery.com

RARE Gallery

Unveiling the newest jewelry design by Petra Class. Her love of raw and cut stones paired with her unique finish of 22K gold sets her apart as one of the finest jewelers of our time! Her collection is shown only in the best museums and galleries in the USA and across Europe. Her jewelry is all personally made and available in limited supply. Be sure to find the piece that is uniquely yours. 12-4pm | 60 E. Broadway 2nd floor 307.733.8726, raregalleryjacksonhole.com

Poster Signing with Jason Rich at Legacy Gallery

Meet artist, Jason Rich, and receive a personally signed poster of his featured painting, “River Overlook: Gros Ventre River Ranch”. 3-5pm | Legacy Gallery. Open to the public.

Art Walk

Join more than 30 Jackson art galleries for the Third Thursdays Art Walk (moved to Wednesday evening for the week of the Fall Arts Festival). Enjoy fine art and experience the vibrant Jackson art scene. Look for the Art Walk banners!

Schedule of Events

TUESDAY, SEPTEMBER 10

5-8pm | Various locations – see gallery map. Open to the public

Altamira Fine Art Gallery Reception for John Nieto: Forces of Color and Spirit 5-8pm | Altamira Fine Art, 172 Center Street 307.739.4700, altamiraart.com

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12 Going Wild

Veryl Goodnight’s lecture and workshop. $75 per person. 10-11:30am Mark Eberhard’s process workshop, $75 per person. 1-2:30pm Combo ticket for both and a chance to see two wild animals $100 per person. National Museum of Wildlife Art, wildlifeart.org

Grand Teton Gallery

Artists in Residence: 11am – 3pm: Jim Reid – painting with oil; Jody Kroeger – sculpture demonstration; Carrie Wild – painting with acrylic; 1-5pm: Michael Orwick – painting with oil; Rip Caswell – sculpture demonstration. 130 W. Broadway, 307.201.1172, grandtetongallery.com

RARE Gallery

Rick Armstrong recently opened his show “Through the Eyes”, and he saved his favorite pieces for a private unveiling! Come out and be the first to see his newest collection of 2013. Come view this innovative show! Mark Yale Harris will be at RARE Gallery. His sculpture has been the highlight of museum shows and galas from coast to coast. Figurative abstract work will be on display. Come in and meet the highly acclaimed sculptor, Mark Yale Harris. 2-5pm | 60 E. Broadway 2nd floor 307.733.8726, raregalleryjacksonhole.com

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Altamira Fine Art

Altamira Fine Art

Meet the artists: R. Tom Gilleon and Greg Woodard.

Meet the artists: September Vhay and Mary Roberson

1-3pm | Altamira Fine Art, 172 Center Street 307.739.4700, altamiraart.com

1-3pm | Altamira Fine Art, 172 Center Street 307.739.4700, altamiraart.com

Astoria Fine Art Gallery Reception

Astoria Fine Art Gallery Reception

Gallery Reception with featured works by Josh Legg. 3-6pm | Astoria Fine Art, 35 E. Deloney (on the Town Square) 307.733.4016, astoriafineart.com

Wild West Artist Party

As part of the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s 26th annual Western Visions: Miniatures and More Show & Sale, artists and patrons have an opportunity to view the art, place their ballots, and mingle before the big sale.The money raised from this fundraiser support the education programming at the Museum. The Jewelry and Artisan Show & Sale, the Original Prints Show & Sale, and the Sketch Show & Sale are open to the public during this event and the artisans are in residence. The evening includes delicious fare, a full bar, and entertainment. Register by September 4 online at westernvisions.org or by calling 307.732-5411. 6:30-10:30pm | National Museum of Wildlife Art. $150 per person

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13 The Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes

Tour a selection of Teton County’s most exquisitely designed, built and decorated homes by our valley’s premier architects, builders and interior designers. This event will be a self-guided tour, offering an opportunity to see first hand the craftsmanship and artisan style that is uniquely Jackson Hole – where western and contemporary unite. Hosted by Homestead Magazine. homesteadmag.com. 10-4pm | Tickets online or at select retailers: $75 per ticket Limited to 250 attendees. All ticket proceeds will be donated to local charities. jacksonholeshowcase.com

Grand Teton Gallery

Artists in Residence: 11am – 3pm: Tammy Bality – sculpture demonstration; Rip Caswell – sculpture demonstration; 1-5pm: Bob Coonts – painting with acrylic; Kelly Singleton – painting with oil; Doug Monson – charcoal/pencil demonstration. 130 W. Broadway, 307.201.1172, grandtetongallery.com

RARE Gallery

Rick Armstrong recently opened his show “Through the Eyes.” In addition to Rick Armstrong, Mark Yale Harris and Kevin Box will also be at RARE Gallery. Kevin Box sculptures will leave you pondering the expanse space of art and sculpture through his cast origami pieces. Immerse yourself in the permanence of the present, the solid nature of the fragile, the elegance of technique! 12-3pm | 60 E. Broadway 2nd floor 307.733.8726, raregalleryjacksonhole.com

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Gallery Reception with featured works by Greg Beecham and Joshua Tobey 1-4pm | Astoria Fine Art, 35 E. Deloney (on the Town Square) 307.733.4016, astoriafineart.com

26th Annual Western Visions: Miniatures and More Show and Sale

This is the final opportunity to place your bid prior to the drawing that determines who is going home with a beautiful new work of art. The evening features refreshments and beverages, and most importantly, the names of the winning bidders are drawn. The money raised from this fundraiser support the education programming at the Museum. The Jewelry and Artisan Show & Sale, the Original Prints Show & Sale, and the Sketch Show & Sale will be on display and guests are invited to make purchases. Register by September 4; this event sells out quickly! Call 307.732.5411 or visit our website. 3:30-8pm | National Museum of Wildlife Art $100 per person, $200 for a combo ticket for Thursday and Friday, Please visit westernvisions.org for a full listing of events.

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 18th Annual Jackson Hole QuickDraw Art Sale and Auction

Nationally, regionally, and locally recognized artists paint and sculpt as spectators look on. The one-of a-kind artwork will be auctioned off following the 90-minute creative process, along with the sale of, “River Outlook: Gros Ventre River Ranch,” by Jason Rich, the featured artwork of the 2013 Fall Arts Festival. 9am | Jackson Town Square, open to the public

Astoria Fine Art Gallery Reception

Best of Astoria show with featured works by Mark Eberhard (National Museum of Wildlife Art featured painter) & over 25 artists in attendance. 10-1pm | Astoria Fine Art, 35 E. Deloney (on the Town Square) 307.733.4016, astoriafineart.com

The Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes

Tour a selection of Teton County’s most exquisitely designed, built and decorated homes by our valley’s premier architects, builders and interior designers. This event will be a self-guided tour, offering an opportunity to see first hand the craftsmanship and artisan style that is uniquely Jackson Hole – where western and contemporary unite. Hosted by Homestead Magazine. homesteadmag.com 12-6pm | Tickets online or at select retailers: $75 per ticket Limited to 250 attendees. All ticket proceeds will be donated to local charities. jacksonholeshowcase.com


Meet the artists: Jared Sanders, Amy Ringholz, and Duke Beardsley 1-3pm | Altamira Fine Art, 172 Center Street 307.739.4700, altamiraart.com

Jackson Hole Art Auction

The Jackson Hole Art Auction is a live western art auction held every September in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Defined by the high standards of work offered by both contemporary artists and deceased masters, the JHAA has established itself as one of the premier western art events in the country. This exciting event attracts collectors from across the country as well as abroad. 12:30pm | Center for the Arts, 866.549.9278 jacksonholeartauction.com, please register to attend

RARE Gallery

Pat Flynn master metalsmith, master stone setter, master jeweler. With permanent displays in the Smithsonian, the Met, the MOMA to name a few, it is easy to see why his jewelry is so extraordinary! He starts with a nail and works it into a piece of art. He sets brilliant diamonds and 22K gold to accent the simple elegance of the piece! Pat is a wealth of knowledge and a whole lot of fun. Come meet the master behind the most sought after collection in Jackson Hole! 12-5pm | 60 E. Broadway, 2nd floor 307.733-.8726, raregalleryjacksonhole.com

Grand Teton Gallery

Gallery & Artist Reception including: Doug Monson, Rip Caswell, Gayle Weisfield, Bob Coonts, Tammy Bality, Jim Reid, Kelly Singleton, Narrie Toole, Deb Penk, and Carrie Wild. 4-8pm | 130 W. Broadway, 307.201.1172, grandtetongallery.com

Mangelsen - Images of Nature Gallery

The annual fall reception at MANGELSEN – Image of Nature gallery will be held on Saturday, September 14. World-renowned wildlife and nature photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen will share his latest images at the event. At the artist’s reception Tom will visit with collectors, tell stories about his photographic journeys and sign books and limited edition prints. 6-9pm | Images of Nature Gallery, 170 N. Cache 307.733.9752, mangelsen.com

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

Schedule of Events

Altamira Fine Art

Art Brunch Gallery Walk

Join Jackson’s 30 plus art galleries for brunch and festive beverages at this closing-day celebration of yet another superb Fall Arts Festival! Brunch, Bloody Marys and spectacular art… what an ending! 11-3pm | Various locations, see gallery map. Open to the public

Grand Teton Gallery

Artists in Residence: Deb Penk – painting with acrylic; Rip Caswell – sculpture demonstration; Gayle Weisfield – painting with watercolor. 11-3pm | 130 W. Broadway, 307.201.1172, grandtetongallery.com

Western Visions Celebration Salon at Diehl Gallery

As part of the Sunday Art Brunch Gallery Walk, we will be featuring works by Richard Painter, Kollabs, Susan Goldsmith, Simon Gudgeon, and Les Thomas. 11-3pm | Diehl Gallery, 307.733.0905 diehlgallery.com

SEPTEMBER 11 FUTURE FESTIVAL DATES September 4-14, 2014 • September 10-20, 2015

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“Royal Flush” Limited Edition Bronze by Rip Caswell

“Morning Magic” Original Watercolor by Gayle Weisfield 18” x 24”

“Scenting Danger” Original Soft Pastel by Carol Santora 11” x 16”

“Corral Companions” Limited Edition Bronze by Rip Caswell

Text “GALLERY” to 71441 to receive gallery news, offers and events. Std msg and data rates may apply

130 W. Broadway Jackson, WY 83001 • 307.201.1172 • 307.413.8834 www.grandtetongallery.com • info@grandtetongallery.com


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Altamira Fine Art 172 Center Street 739-4700

10. Horizon Art 30 King Street 739-1540

20. Trio Fine Art 545 North Cache Street 734-4444

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Art Association/Center for the Arts 240 South Glenwood 733-6379

11. Images of Nature 125 North Cache Street 733-2353

21. Two Grey Hills 110 East Broadway Avenue 733-2677

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Astoria Fine Art 35 East Deloney Avenue 733-4016

12. Legacy Gallery 75 North Cache Street 733-2353

22. Vertical Peaks Gallery 165 Center Street #1 733-7744

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Cayuse Western Americana 255 North Glenwood Street 739-1940

13. Mountain Trails Gallery 155 North Center Street 734-8150

23. West Lives On Gallery 75 North Glenwood Street 734-2888

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Diehl Gallery 155 West Broadway Avenue 733-0905

14. National Museum of Wildlife Art 2820 Rungius Road 733-5771

24. West Lives On Contemporary Gallery 55C North Glenwood Street 734-2888

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Fighting Bear Antiques 375 South Cache Street 733-2669

15. RARE Gallery 60 East Broadway 733-8726

25. Wilcox Gallery 110 Center Street and 1975 North Highway 89 733-6450

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Grand Teton Gallery 130 West Broadway 201-1172

16. Turpin Gallery 150 Center Street 733-7530

Heather James Gallery 172 Center Street | Suite 101 200-6090

17. Shadow Mountain Gallery 10 West Broadway Avenue 733-3162

Hennes Studio & Gallery 5850 Larkspur Drive 733-2593

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19. Trailside Galleries 130 East Broadway Avenue 733-3186

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Artist Bio

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“Every painting starts with the horse for me – the way the light catches its gesture and movement.” It’s no wonder, since Jason Rich grew up riding, training and drawing horses on a small farm in southern Idaho. He spent many childhood summers on cattle drives with his uncle and couldn’t imagine a better place to be than on the back of a horse. His interest in art was fostered at a young age as well. His mother says, “He’s been drawing horses since he could pick up a pencil.” He studied art at Utah State University under Glenn Edwards, a talented artist and instructor who encouraged traditional and representation art in a department that mostly emphasized contemporary and abstract applications. Upon completing his education, Jason dedicated himself to pursuing art full time. “My wife and I lived in a basement. Our first baby slept in a closet. But we knew art was what we wanted to do.” Jason quickly established himself in the art market receiving much recognition including JACKSON HOLE

the Arts for the Parks competition Grand Prize in 1997 and the Founders Favorite Award in 1999; Best new Auction Artist Award at the C.M. Russell Auction in 1998, and he was the 2002 National Cattleman’s Beef Association poster artist. In 2007 he was chosen as the featured cowboy artist at the National Cowboy and Western Heritage Museum. Jason has been invited to participate in the Prix de West Invitational Art Exhibition the past nine years. At the Autry National Center’s 2008 Masters of the American West Fine Art Exhibition and Sale, he was the recipient of the first annual Spirit of the West Award. Jason was invited in 2011 to be a member of the prestigious Cowboy Artists of America. Jason currently lives in northern Utah with his wife, Kari, three children and three horses. “I live in the foothills now. I love that I can hop on my horse and be in the mountains in a matter of minutes.” The Legacy Gallery in Jackson, WY and Scottsdale, AZ represents Jason’s artwork.


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The 21st annual Western Design Conference Exhibition + Sale will take place September 5 through 8 in Jackson Hole, one of the nation’s largest traditional art markets.

Best of the West

The juried show features 100+ artists who have successfully competed for invitations to showcase their works. These talented artists and craftsmen bring unique qualities and interpretations to western design, creating original and innovative pieces of functional art that are not mass-produced, but are truly one-of-a-kind. This type of work is valued by collectors and designers worldwide, many of whom will attend the conference. “The artists, artisans, and designers chosen to participate in the Western Design Conference are the best in their field,” said conference director Nancy McCullough-McCoy,“whether they work in wood, metal, fabric, or another medium.”

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The Western Design Conference will continue its tradition of providing artisans, exhibitors and patrons an unparalleled experience in Jackson Hole. Hosted by Teton Home and Living magazine, the conference brings together craftspeople, collectors, interior designers, architects and fashion designers who share a passion for the West. The conferences’ Exhibition + Sale showcases contemporary crafts that highlight artistic western traditions. “Whereas ‘western’ may conjure images of elk-antler chandeliers and rustic pine furniture, the work displayed at the Western Design Conference goes beyond the traditional and the expected,” said event manager Allison Merritt. “Many of the items exhibited could be termed ‘western fusion’ in style, revealing hints of Adirondack, Rustic, Lodge, Asian, Hispanic, Native American, and/or Modern influences.”

that not only are they extremely happy to have made it through the jury process, but now they’re working on a piece to win Best in Show. This is really going to be a great exhibit and sale.” The conference and exhibition will take place at the Snow King Center from September 6 through 8. The always-popular Western Design Conference Fashion Show lights up the runway Thursday, September 5, at the Center for the Arts in downtown Jackson. Kicking off the Gala Event will be a live model Jewelry Show. The conference is a signature event of the 29th annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, taking place September 5 through 15, 2013. The Western Design Conference is produced in Jackson Hole by Nancy McCullough-McCoy, publisher of Teton Home and Living, Teton Valley Magazine, and A Grand Wedding and Event Planner; and by Kevin Olson, publisher of Jackson Hole News & Guide, Jackson Hole Daily, Jackson Hole Magazine, and Images West Magazine.

All artists selected for the show will exhibit their work in a gallery-style pedestal display. All pieces displayed are handmade in the United States or Canada. “The energy building up in anticipation of this nationally recognized event is invigorating to all involved, but it especially excites the artists who work all year to create a one-of-a-kind piece to display,” Merritt said. “I’ve received countless calls from artists telling me

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For more information contact: Allison Merritt, 307.690.9719 or allison@westerndesignconference.com


THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 5 Western Design Conference Gala Event: Fashion + Jewelry Show

An up-close-and-personal jewelry show, live auction, and champagne celebration, followed by a runway fashion show presenting western-genre couture collections from both up-and-coming and established fashion designers. Gala reception to follow with catering by Dining In. Center for the Arts / Doors open at 6pm Fashion Show at 7:15pm, reserved seating Tickets $125–$35, contact Center Box Office for tickets at 307.733.4900 or jhcenterforthearts.org.

FRIDAY, SATURDAY & SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 6-8 – Western Design Conference Exhibit + Sale

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The world’s preeminent exhibition and celebration of what is happening in the world of western design. Over 100 exhibitors showcase one-of-a-kind creations of furniture, fashion, jewelry, and home accessories during the 21st annual Exhibit + Sale hosted by Teton Home and Living magazine. 10-5pm | Snow King Center Tickets at the door $15 (includes return privileges) westerndesignconference.com

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FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 6 Palates & Palettes More than 30 galleries welcome you to town by opening their doors to showcase spectacular art and cuisine. Each gallery will offer fine dining, wine and music. Spend the evening walking from gallery to gallery, discovering the diversity of artwork ranging from rustic to elegant. This event is a great casual way to start the Fall Arts Festival. Put on your walking shoes and join the crowd in a social and relaxing atmosphere. 5-8pm | Various locations Open to the public

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15

Gallery Walks

Sunday Art Brunch

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Join us for the 5th year of the Sunday Art Brunch Gallery Walk. After tremendous success with last year’s events, Jackson’s 30 art galleries are preparing for brunch and festive beverages at this closing-day celebration of the 29th Fall Arts Festival! Brunch, Bloody Marys, spectacular art, and the announcement of the 2014 Featured Artist… what an ending! 11-3pm | Various locations Open to the public

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Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes It’s no secret that Jackson Hole boasts some of the country’s most spectacular homes. This year during the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, you can experience the reality of this well-deserved reputation. The Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes will provide a one-of-a-kind opportunity to tour a selection of our valley’s most exquisitely designed, built and decorated homes by our premier architects, builders and designers. From mountain modern to a log masterpiece, this is a rare chance to see the innovative artisan style that is uniquely Jackson Hole – where western and contemporary unite.

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This two-day event will be a self-guided tour allowing for personal contact to be made with each of the designers, architects, builders and landscapers that are behind these unique projects. All ticket proceeds will be donated to local charities supported by each of our generous homeowners. For more information please go to jacksonholeshowcase.com.

The Art of Wine

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 15 2011 California Cabernet Sauvignon 2010 California Chardonnay Among the many important elements of the Fall Arts Festival are the food and the wine. The Chamber of Commerce, with the help of The Liquor Store, has for the past six years made available a commemorative bottling of a quality red and a white wine. Part of the proceeds of the sale of these wines is designated to support the Fall Arts Festival. Bottles may be purchased for $19.99 at The Liquor Store next to Albertson’s.

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SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 Takin’ It To The Streets Support our local artists at the Art Association’s 13th annual Takin’ It To The Streets art fair. This ever-popular, intimate, 40 booth street fair takes place in conjunction with the Fall Arts Festival, on the Town Square during Taste of the Tetons. Come experience the breadth of talent that abounds in our community! Takin’ It to the Streets gives our wonderful, local artists the spotlight! “This is one of my favorite Art Association events because it gives our vibrant arts community a day to celebrate!” said Amy Fradley, Art Fair Director. “The talent in our community never ceases to amaze me!”

The fair is open to any and all local artists in categories that include, but are not limited to, painting, glass, jewelry, leather, photography and ceramics. There is something for everyone, from handmade crafts to gallery-quality artwork. For more information on Takin’ It To The Streets please contact Amy Fradley, Art Fair Director for The Art Association of Jackson Hole via email at amyf@artassociation.org or by phone at 307.733.8792. 10-4pm | Jackson Town Square

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 Wine Tasting and Silent Auction

Signature Events

Rotary Supper Club’s Fall Arts Festival Wine Tasting and Silent Auction

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Joining with Taste of the Tetons and Takin’ It to the Streets, the Rotary Supper Club produces the Wine Tasting and Silent Auction! All proceeds go back into the community through scholarships and sponsorships! Each taste ticket is $1. 11-5pm | Jackson Town Square

SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 8 Taste of the Tetons & Tine Tasting Art of the Meal Renowned chefs have brought a worldly palate to the Valley—often incorporating special-to-the-Hole fresh ingredients, including naturally raised and wild meats and regionally grown organic offerings. The Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival presents a rare opportunity to sample the culinary artistry of a roundup of more than 24 top chefs at this year’s Taste of the Tetons, Sunday, September 8, on the Jackson Town Square. In addition to fabulous food, Taste of the Tetons’ guests can enjoy a wine tasting, a silent auction, and Howdy Pardners’ Pickin’ in the Park live cowboy music hosted by the JACKSON HOLE

Jackson Hole Cowboy Jubilee. Taste of the Tetons pairs up with the popular Takin’ It to the Streets juried art fair featuring the works of 40 exceptional local artists. Jackson Hole restaurants incorporate the finest from a remarkably diverse group of cultures and continents, from Italian and Thai to Steakhouses and Bistros. Participating chefs in this year’s event include Couloir Restaurant, Million Dollar Cowboy Steakhouse, The Wort Silver Dollar Bar & Grill, Four Seasons, eLeaven, the Fine Dining Group, Amangani, Dining In Catering, and The Spur at Teton

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QuickDraw

SATURDAY, SEPTEMBER 14 If you have an eye for art of just want to spend a day in the Town Square, the annual QuickDraw Art Sale & Auction will take care of those desires. Give 30 accomplished artists one hour to complete a painting or sculpture in front of a crowd of curious onlookers, and art becomes an adrenaline-charged spectator sport. Now in it’s 16th year, the popular QuickDraw offers a close look at the techniques of nationally, regionally, and locally recognized artists, in a setting that makes the process intimate and the artists approachable. Watch these talented artists as they make their creations in one hour. Afterwards, each piece, including the 2013 Fall Arts Festival Artist cowboy painter of America, Jason Rich original piece entitled, “Dreamer’s Don’t Sleep” will be auctioned off. Make sure to check the QuickDraw schedule before the event to find out when your favorite will be auctioned off. 9am | QuickDraw 11am | Auction Open to the public

2013 ARTISTS A S OF JUNE 1 Jared Sanders – Altamira Fine Art Duke Beardsley – Altamira Fine Art Bonnie Poselli – Astoria Fine Art Linda Tuma Robertson – Astoria Fine Art Carol Swinney – Astoria Fine Art Matt Montagne – Ciao Gallery Gary Keimig – Grand Teton Gallery/Silver Sage Wyoming Carrie Wild – Grand Teton Gallery Gayle Weisfeld – Grand Teton Gallery Amy Poor – Horizon Fine Art John Poon – Legacy Gallery Chad Poppleton – Legacy Gallery Tim Tanner – Legacy Gallery Jeff Ham – Mountain Trails Gallery Chris Navarro – Mountain Trails Gallery Dustin Payne – Mountain Trails Gallery John Potter – Mountain Trails Gallery Debbie Whitehead – RARE Gallery Mar Evers – Shadow Mountain Gallery Bill Sawczuk – Trio Fine Art Jennifer Hoffman – Trio Fine Art D. Lee – Vertical Peaks Fine Art Lyn St. Clair – West Lives on Contemporary Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey – West Lives on Contemporary Joe Kroenenberg – West Lives On RC Jones – West Lives On Tom Mansanarez – Wilcox Gallery Jim Wilcox – Wilcox Gallery

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26th Annual Western Visions The 26th Annual Western Visions® presented by the National Museum of Wildlife Art, is one of the signature events of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival. Always exciting, Western Visions consists of a number of events held over several days, ensuring there is something for every artistic palate. Funds raised from this annual event support educational programming at the Museum. During Fall Arts Festival (and year-round), the Museum is a hub for art lovers, wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts, and more.

Best of the West

This year’s Western Visions includes four distinct shows and sales. The popular Painting and Sculpture Show showcases the work of the nation’s leading wildlife and western artists, and challenges them to scale the grandeur of the outdoors into small works, no more than 9” x 12”. The Jewelry and Artisan show is an opportunity to find distinctive wearable art. The Sketch Show features works in various media produced by Western Visions artists as part of the creative process leading to finished works. The Original Prints Show includes a variety of etchings, woodblock, and lithographic prints.

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On the morning of Thursday, September 12, join featured artists Veryl Goodnight and Mark Eberhard as they “Go Wild.” Veryl Goodnight’s sculpture “Born to Run” will be on display along with a very special “Wild” guest. Veryl will give a lecture and sketch workshop as she speaks about the evolution of wolves to domestic dogs. After the lecture, join Mark Eberhard in learning his artistic methods in a process and sketch workshop. Mark will show the development from a “Wild” guest to a finished work of art. Registration is required for these workshops. The Museum and the Rising Sage Café are in full swing during the daytime. Make sure you reserve a few hours to enjoy the impressive gathering of paintings, sculpture, sketches, photography, jewelry, textiles, and more. Please register by Wednesday, September 4 to ensure your place at the consistently sold-out events! Find complete details on westernvisions.org or call 800.313.9553.

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Mark Eberhard

Mark Eberhard was educated at Yale University, where he earned a Master of Fine Arts degree in graphic design. His paintings have been selected for the prestigious Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum Birds In Art exhibitions. Collections and commissions include the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, and Pebble Hill Plantation in Thomasville, Georgia. He is represented in Jackson Hole by Astoria Fine Art Gallery. He currently resides in Terrace Park, Ohio, with his wife, Alice, and two dogs.

Veryl Goodnight

Veryl Goodnight and her husband, Roger Brooks, live in the San Juan Mountains of southwest Colorado. The dramatic landscape, abundant wildlife, ranching community, and the history of working animals provide endless inspiration for both sculpture and painting. The essence of Veryl’s work is a result of working from life. Her sculpture studio is at the end of her barn and includes a “model run” to the west and an overhead door between the studio and the barn aisle. Veryl is spending more and more time painting outdoors. Her painting studio, which is in the house, provides uninterrupted views and frequent wildlife out of every window.

WESTERN VISIONS® EVENTS SCHEDULE Show & Sale Exhibitions:

SATURDAY, AUGUST 17 – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

Sketch Original Prints WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11 - FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

Jewelry & Artisan SATURDAY, AUGUST 31 – SUNDAY, SEPTEMBER 22

Paintings & Sculpture


Events Schedule

WESTERN VISIONS SIGNATURE EVENTS: ®

WEDNESDAY, SEPTEMBER 11

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

$100 per person - 11am-4pm

$150 per person ~ 6:30-10:30pm

THURSDAY, SEPTEMBER 12

FRIDAY, SEPTEMBER 13

Veryl Goodnight’s lecture and workshop $75 per person 10-11:30am Mark Eberhard’s process workshop $75 per person 1-2:30pm Combo ticket for both and a chance to see two wild animals $100 per person

$100 per person or $200 combo ticket for Thursday and Friday.

Jewelry & Artisan Luncheon*

Going Wild*

Wild West Artist Party*

Miniatures and More Show & Sale* *Registration is required for these events. Register by September 4.

THERE ARE TWO WAYS TO REGISTER • Call 307.732.5411 • Visit westernvisions.org to register online

FALL ARTS FESTIVAL SPONSORS The Jackson Hole News & Guide is Teton County, Wyoming’s award winning, hometown newspaper. Voted Best of the Best by the National Newspaper Association in 2004, the News&Guide offers its readers a weekly reflection of life in the Tetons with compelling photography and presented in an easy-to-read format. Whether you call Jackson Hole home or simply share a special interest in the issues and events shaping the future of the valley, the News & Guide is the source to keep you connected. Both mail-delivered and e-edition subscriptions are available by calling 307.733.2047 or at jhnewsandguide.com/subscribe.

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2013 WILDLIFE AND WILDLANDS SHOW SEPT. 5-30

“A Fetching Glance” by Tiffany Stevenson 24” x 46”

“Togwotee’s Spring” by Jim Wilcox

“Summer Fun” by Grant Redden

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“Along the Road” by Carolyn Anderson

“Mated for Life” by Dave Wade

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“Willow Flats” by Dwayne Brech

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11” x 14”

“When Attention Changes from the Ride to the Landing” by Don Weller 12” x 16”

Artist demos/reception Sept. 14 Wilcox Gallery 1975 N. Highway 89 Jackson, WY 83001 307.733.6450

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