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National Museum of Wildlife Art Gears Up for 34th Western Visions Art Show & Sale

July 23, 2021

The National Museum of Wildlife Art continues its largest and longest-running fundraiser, Western Visions, this September with over 140 participating artists and with a brand new exhibition logo. The Western Visions Evening Sale will revert back to an in-person event on September 16, 2021 at the Museum.

Full Schedule:

  • Western Visions Art Exhibition Friday, September 10 – Sunday, October 3, 2021
    • Open daily, 9:00AM – 5:00PM
  • Artist Panel Thursday, September 16, 2021
    • 10:00AM – 12:00PM
  • Western Visions Evening Sale Thursday, September 16, 2021
    • 5:00PM – 8:00PM

Also new this year, there are two ways to participate in the Western Visions Sale–  virtual or live, in-person. The live event offers a memorable evening of connecting with fellow art enthusiasts and renowned wildlife artists, while the virtual option allows you to join online from home and receive full access to all of the works for sale. Tickets can be purchased at

“We’re happy to be able to offer the evening sale event in-person again, but also give those who can’t make it to Jackson Hole the opportunity to purchase one-of-a-kind art,” says Michelle Dickson, Director of Programs and Events at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. “The show will look a little different this year, featuring smaller format works: paintings are within 16″ x 20″ and sculptures are within 18″ in any one dimension. This new format opens the door for a larger audience to show their support.”

Thank you to our Western Visions sponsors:

Title sponsors: Richard C. Adkerson Family Foundation, Gravoc

Patron sponsors: Aero, Bomb Sommelier, Bellars Harris Wealth Management, Lisa Carlin, Lightner Sams Foundation, Carol and Jim Linton, Palate, Robert S. and Grayce B. Kerr Foundation, Maggie and Dick Scarlett, and Marcia and Mike Taylor/Bennett Family of Companies

Partners: Jan and Bob Benz, Big Sky Brewing, Cathie and Mark Cardelucci, Creative Curiosity, Gallatin Wealth Management, Jackson Hole Insurance, Jane and Steve Malashock, Schmidt’s Custom Framing, Katherine and Jack Shook, Simpson Gallagher Gallery, Town Square Inns, and Willow Street Group


William Alther, Her Elegancy, oil, 16 x 19, $3,800

Claire Brewster, Searching Forever Searching, hand-cut vintage map of Scotland, 10 ¾ x 13 ¾, $1,000

Tim Cherry, Sunfish Sunset, bronze, 15 x 9 x 4, $2,600

Guy Combes, All Systems Go, oil on canvas, 22 x 14 (framed), $4,200

Andrew Denman, Autumn Torch Song, acrylic on cradled board, 24 x 12, $4,800

Dan Ostermiller, Safe Place, bronze, 8 ½ x 6 x 7, $3,900

John Potter, Cirque of Life, oil, 16 x 20, $3,950

Mary Roberson, First Autumn, oil on canvas, 20 x 16, $3,800

Kyle Sims, The Feline Focus, oil, 13 ½ x 20, $4,400

Allison Leigh Smith, Snow Globe, oil on metal, 16 x 20, $2,880

Tucker Smith, Young Bull, oil on linen, 12 x 16, $9,500

Dustin Van Wechel, The Survivalist, oil on linen, 16 x 12, $3,000

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