View 22 Jackson Hole

Welcome to View22: The Art of Jackson Hole’s Open Spaces!

Our project highlights the open spaces that have been protected by the Jackson Hole Land Trust, seen through the unique perspective of 21 local artists. Throughout the summer, these artists will travel to various Land Trust protected properties and create works of art inspired by these places. Along the way, they’ll share stories and photos and post them here. The final works will be exhibited and sold at the Land Trust’s Annual Picnic.

Bronwyn Minton

Tree Rubbings, Huidekoper Ranch, Summer 2017 These works are made using a variation of the traditional Chinese stone rubbings that have been used since approximately 100 A.D. My method involves [...]

Gary Keimig – Phlox

This is the 4th and final painting I have done depicting the Torrey Lake Ranch for the upcoming art show benefiting the Jackson Hole Land Trust next month. I have tried depicting a bit of the [...]

View22: Field Study!

Jackson Hole Land Trust Announces View22: Field Study View22 seeks to unite art and conservation to cultivate a deeper sense of place in throughout Western Wyoming. By pairing local artists with [...]