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27th Annual Western Visions Show a Success September 23, 2014  |  By Admin

More than 400 people from around the world attended the National Museum of Wildlife Art 27th Annual Western Visions® fundraiser, including top contemporary and traditional wildlife artists and collectors.  The museum showcased a combination of well-established, top-selling artists, and emerging talents who are the next generation of leading wildlife artists.  Western Visions is a cornerstone of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival. This year’s event was…

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Ask a Curator day September 16, 2014  |  By Admin

The National Museum of Wildlife Art will be participating in the 2014 Ask A Curator day on social media on Wednesday, September 17. Write to us on Twitter @WildlifeArtJH and our curatorial team will respond. Join the conversation online by following #AskACurator. #AskACurator Tweets

Western Visions events September 9, 2014  |  By Admin

Don’t miss this week’s Western Visions Wild 100 events! Mingle with the artist this Thursday at the Wild 100 Artist Party. Place final bids on the artwork over dinner at the Wild 100 Show & Sale. Western Visions, now in its 27th year, is the National Museum of Wildlife Art‘s largest fundraiser featuring for foremost contemporary wildlife artists.

Wild. Wearable. Art. August 26, 2014  |  By Becky Kimmel

We invite you all to come support the Museum’s education mission on Wednesday, September 3rd at our annual Jewelry & Artisan Luncheon. Enjoy an elegant luncheon at the newly renovated Snow King Grand Room in Jackson. Preview and purchase handmade goods by premiere artisans of jewelry, fiber, leather and other wearable art during this elegant event. The Luncheon…

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Q&A part 2: Western Visions featured sculptor Gwynn Murrill August 21, 2014  |  By Admin

Gwynn Murrill has created remarkable animal figures, which are both timeless and contemporary. Initially working in wood and marble, Gwynn is now best known for her work cast in bronze, and for her enduring talent portraying her subjects in a form that is simultaneously abstract and figurative. The National Museum of Wildlife Art asked Murrill about her influences in this 2nd…

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