Dougherty’s nest-like sculpture woven of willow branches is now on display outside the Center for the Arts.
The local artist discusses her passion for the outdoors, love of color and the healing power of art.
A free event Tuesday with historian and author Bob Blair at the Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum will discuss the work of “pioneer photographer” William Henry Jackson.
The Colorado-based artist discusses her creative process and how sentimentality plays a major role in her work.
The Jackson Hole Historical Society and Museum is currently showcasing the collected works of local 20th-century artist Archie Boyd Teater.
The Riverton-based artist discusses his creative process and Native American representation in contemporary art.
The cartoonist and co-founder of Orijin Media discusses his new graphic novel about making it work in a ski town.
Carrie Geraci of Jackson Hole Public Art provides insight into what makes GlowNights so special.
The ceramist’s politically-inspired exhibit opens next week at the Center for the Arts in Jackson.