The National Museum of Wildlife Art is looking for professional artists currently residing in Wyoming, Idaho, or Montana to submit artwork for our Woven Together: Art and Arachnids exhibit. The Museum is looking for 2-D artwork … MORE
The National Museum of Wildlife Art of the United States is pleased to announce that Michelle Dickson will be the new Programs and Events Director. The Museum Staff and Board of Trustees are confident that Michelle … MORE
Hoback Market owners Barb and Larry Huhn go way back, having grown up in the same neighborhood in Fort Wayne, Indiana. As kids they were friends: “I’ve known Barb since she was seven,” Larry says. … MORE
For the opening of Sage Grouse: Icon of the West exhibition, the Museum held a webinar with Noppadol Paothong. During the presentation, Noppadol shared about his work, the exhibition, and his conservation efforts for the Greater … MORE
The National Museum of Wildlife Art finished the annual Western Visions Show & Sale, the Museum’s largest fundraiser of the year. The Show & Sale was a little different than in years’ past, with the … MORE
Schmidt’s Custom Framing co-owner Harvey Schmidt has always liked working with his hands. After pursuing photography as a hobby, Harvey found himself building picture frames for his parents. He enjoyed making … MORE
The National Museum of Wildlife Art announced earlier this year that their largest annual fundraiser, Western Visions, will still happen this September but some events will be retooled to fit into today’s reality. … MORE
The National Museum of Wildlife Art is proud to announce a retrospective of the work of Tucker Smith, opening on June 16, 2020, in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Featuring more than 75 original oil paintings, it is … MORE
The Museum is working hard to keep visitors, staff, and our community safe and healthy. Our number one priority is the wellness of everyone in and around the Museum. With guidance from the CDC, and federal, … MORE
Left: Artwork created by a student from La Familia Counseling. Middle: Wilhelm Kuhnert (German, 1865 – 1926), Moose Under the Pines, 1918. Oil on canvas. 29 x 40 inches. Gift of Bob Bartleson, National … MORE
As an institution in Jackson Hole, we want to do our part in alleviating the spread of COVID-19 so the Museum will temporarily close to the public, effective immediately. … MORE
What People Are Saying
Although I am not a big fan of Western art, I thoroughly enjoyed the museum. The sculpture was stunning, and the views from the museum were beautiful. I learned so much about American artists, and the history of the difficulty in having wildlife paintings accepted by artists' organizations was fascinating. A lovely visit.
- Lyne from Tripadvisor
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