Past Exhibitions

Wildlife of the American West

Works on Paper from the Original Collection

October 6 2012 - April 21 2013

Hummer 1991, Watercolor on Paper
Thomas Quinn United States, 1938 -
Buffalo-Bull Grazing n.d., Colored Aquatint
George Catlin United States, 1796 - 1872
The Del Nortes to the South n.d., Charcoal on Paper
Robert Lougheed Canada, 1910 - 1982
Elephant, Owls, etc. n.d., Graphite on Paper
Paul Bransom United States, 1885 - 1979
High Noon c. 1987, Pastel on Paper
Paul Bosman South Africa, 1929 -
Last Look n.d., Acrylic and Gouache on Paper
Robert Kuhn United States, 1920 - 2007
Night Watcher 1932, Tempera on Paper
Harold Von Schmidt United States, 1893 - 1982

About the Exhibition

Honoring the 25th Anniversary of the Museum the exhibit pulls works on paper including drawings, prints, and watercolors from the collection as it existed when the Museum was known as the Wildlife of the American West Art Museum. Located on the Jackson Town Square from 1987-1993. Wildlife of the American West Art Museum focused on contemporary and historic art of this region and included work by artists such as Alfred Jacob Miller, Albert Bierstadt, Charles M. Russell, Frederic Remington, Bob Kuhn, Ken Carlson, and Robert Bateman. This look back at the collection will provide visitors with a chance to see amazing artwork depicting the American West, think about the origins of the Museum, and see how the institution has developed since its move to its current facility in 1994. King Gallery.

Generously sponsored by Bill Healey, Christine & Ted Mollring, Gloria & Bill Newton, and Ann Trammell.