Fight or Flight sneak peek January 22, 2015  |  By Admin

Eadweard Muybridge, Buffalo walking–detail, 1887. JKM Collection®, National Museum of Wildlife Art. Join us tomorrow, Friday, January 23 from 11:30–noon for a special sneak peek of our new exhibition Fight or Flight: Art, Action, Animals. From imagined battles between tigers and antelope by Antoine-Louis Barye to running pronghorn by Bob Kuhn, this exhibition explores animal instincts via paintings,…

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Categories: Events, Exhibits

Elk Grazing on the Sculpture Trail January 13, 2015  |  By Admin

Resident Elk grazing along the Sculpture Trail, captured by security cameras at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. “Tuesdays with Joe” is an ongoing series of security camera images captured by Joe Bishop, Director of Facility & Security Services at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

French Culinary Mix’d Media Extravaganza January 6, 2015  |  By Admin

The National Museum of Wildlife Art is pleased to be hosting the culinary event of the season this Thursday, January 8, 6 to 9 p.m., with some of the best-known and loved culinary celebrities in Jackson Hole. Local chefs and mixologists will share French-themed food and drink in honor of the current Parade of Plumage exhibition and the…

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New Rungius and Friese paintings hung December 27, 2014  |  By Admin

In the Member’s Lounge, we just hung a recent bequest from longtime friend of the Museum, Jane Smith. Jane made a promised gift of three Carl Rungius paintings and one Richard Friese painting. Jane passed away this fall and the paintings arrived here soon after. Jane and her husband, Red, knew Carl Rungius near the end of his…

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Parade of Plumage Challenge December 16, 2014  |  By Admin

François Nicolas Martinet, Cassique vert, de Cayenne, 18th century. Gift of Loren G. Lipson, M.D., National Museum of Wildlife Art. A little bird (well, more like 100 little birds) told me that there are only two weeks left to complete the Parade of Plumage Challenge! The Museum and our partners at the University of Wyoming Biodiversity Institute and…

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