30 Wonders/30 Years: A History of the Museum in 30 Works

Carl Rungius’ Sportsmen’s Moose exemplifies the incredible stories behind many of the objects collected by the Museum during its 30-year existence. This painting appeared on a poster in 1907, promoting a sportsmen’s expo. The National Museum … MORE

Wildlife Trade Art & Science

The goal of “Wildlife Trade Art & Science” is to consider the role of global wildlife trade in species extinction and to empower the viewing public to take part in conservation. Organized by Creature Conserve, the … MORE

Federal Junior Duck Stamp Art

Wednesday, Feb. 1 –  Monday, Feb. 27 2017 in the Wapiti Gallery

This stunning exhibit features the original, Best of Show art from each state, territory and district in the United States. There are 52 artworks … MORE

Exploring Wildlife Art

Exploring Wildlife Art

Exploring Wildlife Art – National Museum of Wildlife Art Gallery Reinstallation will feature a new art of nature gallery layout with engaging new stories exploring humanity’s relationship with wildlife and nature. The installations … MORE

Andy Warhol: Endangered Species

The Andy Warhol Endangered Species portfolio was commissioned by the art dealers Ronald and Frayda Feldman. The idea for the portfolio was born after conversations they had with Warhol about ecological issues, including beach erosion. Warhol … MORE

Iridescence: John Gould’s Hummingbirds

This collection of avian artworks by John Gould includes 80 antique prints from c. 1861. This J Gould exhibition will highlight a recent acquisition and give visitors an in-depth look at a single artist prominent in … MORE

Western Visions® Show and Sale

The National Museum of Wildlife Art’s 30th Annual Western Visions® fundraiser will offer for sale the work of contemporary and traditional wildlife artists – well-established, top-selling artists as well as emerging talents who will be … MORE

30 Wonders/30 Years: A History of the Museum in 30 Works

Carl Rungius’s Sportsmen’s Moose exemplifies the amazing stories behind many of the objects collected by the Museum during its 30-year existence. This painting appeared on a poster in 1907, promoting a sportsmen’s expo. The National Museum … MORE

Oldest Living Things in the World

Rachel Sussman has been researching, working with biologists, and traveling the world to photograph the oldest living things in the world – organisms that have lived continuously for 2,000 years or longer. She began at “year … MORE

Fight or Flight

From imagined battles between tigers and antelope by Antoine-Louis Barye to running pronghorn by Bob Kuhn, this exhibition explores animal instincts via animal paintings, prints, and sculptures from the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s permanent collection … MORE

Art of Nature – Exploring Wildlife Art

Exploring Wildlife Art – National Museum of Wildlife Art Gallery Reinstallation will feature a new art of nature gallery layout with engaging new stories exploring humanity’s relationship with wildlife and nature. The installations will present old … MORE

29th Annual Western Visions Show & Sale

The 29th Annual Western Visions®, presented by the National Museum of Wildlife Art, is one of the signature events of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival. Top contemporary wildlife artists – and collectors – from … MORE

John Clymer Studio

In 1991, Doris Clymer and the Clymer family donated the contents of John Clymer’s Jackson Hole studio to the Museum. This installation of the John Clymer studio includes his reference books, studio props, costumes, and approximately … MORE

Children’s Discovery Gallery

The Children’s Discovery Gallery is open during regular Museum hours. It is a beautifully designed, self-directed activity area for children. The gallery includes a hands-on Artist’s Studio, Life-size Diorama, Animal Costumes, Reading Nook, and Puppet Theater.… MORE

Carl Rungius Gallery

The Museum preserves and exhibits the largest public collection Carl Rungius’ work in the United States. Widely regarded as the preeminent painter of North American wildlife, Carl Rungius began his career in Wyoming, not far from … MORE

Widener Gallery

Many artists working today were directly inspired by the European artists featured in the Widener Gallery. Masterworks by Romantic painters Edwin Landseer, Théodore Géricault, Jean-Léon Gérôme, and Rosa Bonheur complement work by the acknowledged forefathers of … MORE

JKM Gallery

Wildlife Paintings

This installation groups artwork thematically, giving visitors a variety of topics to look for as they encounter wildlife paintings in other galleries or outside the Museum. Many of the featured wildlife paintings come from … MORE