Throughout the summer and fall of 2014, the View22 artists visited 16 Jackson Hole Land Trust protected properties in Jackson Hole, and one outside Dubois, WY to raise awareness of the importance of open space protection for wildlife habitat, scenic views, community character, and landscape artists. Twenty-five finished works from these painting sessions were showcased at the View22: Painting Jackson Hole’s Open Spaces exhibit at the National Museum of Wildlife Art from Saturday, December 6 – Sunday, December 21 in the Members Lounge and Johnston Hall Rotunda.

Available works can still be viewed at several locations around Town. To see available works by Lee Riddell, please visit WRJ Design at 30 South King Street (M – Sat, 10 – 6 or by appointment). To see works by Jennifer Hoffman, Kathryn Turner, and Bill Sawczuk, please visit Trio Fine Art at 555 North Cache (winter hours Th 12 – 6 or by appointment). Works by Kay Northup will be gracing the walls at the Land Trust office at 185 East Hansen through the summer (M – F, 8:30 to 5). A portion of the proceeds will be donated by the artists to benefit the work of the Jackson Hole Land Trust. Availability is indicated by clicking on images of finished works in this gallery. To inquire about available works, please contact the Land Trust office or the galleries directly.