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Western Visions n invitational show for the Wild 100— the top living artists depicting animal forms in a variety of mediums—Western Visions® traditionally showcases contemporary approaches to wildlife art as well as classic work. The 28th Annual Show and Sale runs from September 5 to September 27, 2015, and features a wide selection of art for sale— charcoal drawings, large oils, intimate watercolors, mixed media, polished bronze and more. Wild 100 painters and sculptors show more than 200 works of art, and thousands of people attend— including wildlife-art collectors from all over the globe. Western Visions® has been the cornerstone of the Jackson Hole Fall Arts 56 National Museum of Wildlife Art | WildlifeArt.org Festival for over 20 years. During the course of those two decades, the show and sale have become established as a major nationally and internationally anticipated event. One of the strengths of the show and sale is the participation of so many talented artists—both well-established and emerging talents—whose work expresses humanity’s relationship with nature. Western Visions® is the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s largest and longest-running fundraiser with a variety of exciting events happening over the course of several days. As many as 2,000 people attend Western Visions® events throughout the week. Funds raised support the educational mission at the Museum. EVENTS: W ESTERN V ISIONS A The Western Visions Show & Sale runs from September 5–27, 2015 with special events happening throughout. Visit WesternVisions.org for full schedule. The 2014 Western Visions® Art Show and Sale


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