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Fun Off and On the Slopes in Wyoming’s Jackson Hole Ski Country

January 23, 2017

       

Robin Soslow

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The National Museum of Wildlife Art is hard to spot; the rock-facade building blends into a slope on the edge of Jackson. The spacious interior is filled with wildlife sculptures large and small, regional landscapes and Native Americans portraits by contemporary artists and 1800s masters like Thomas Moran, whose paintings of nearby Yellowstone helped persuade Congress to establish the world’s first national park.

This excerpt is from the article Fun Off and On the Slopes in Wyoming’s Jackson Hole Ski Country, by Robin Soslow.

The full article can be found on both San Francisco Gate Chronicle, and My San Antonio Express.