Supporters of open spaces and fine art, please mark your calendars for the View22: Painting Jackson Hole’s Open Spaces show benefiting the land conservation efforts of the Jackson Hole Land Trust – this December at the Trio Fine Art Gallery. The show will feature works from our very own View22: Painting Jackson Hole’s Open Spaces project, an inspired collaboration between the Jackson Hole Land Trust and Trio Fine Art launched this summer.
Eighteen Land Trust protected properties have been painted on location as part of our View22 roject. Finished works from these painting sessions will be on display at the Trio Fine Art gallery from December 6th through the 21st and online at www.triofineart.com and view22.jhlandtrust.org/gallery after December 4th. An opening reception for the show will be held from 5 to 8 pm on Friday, December 6th at Trio Fine Art, 545 North Cache, Jackson, WY (4 blocks north of the Town Square), with artists’ remarks at 6 pm. A portion of the proceeds from the View22 show will benefit the Jackson Hole Land Trust. Please visit the View22 website or contact the Trio Fine Art Gallery at 307.734.4444 for more information about the show and opening reception.
Read the full press release here.
This Live and Play Jackson Hole video blog, produced by Open Space Council member Dan Visosky and Carrie Richer, highlights the View22 project and shares live footage from the Land Trust picnic and plein air demonstrations: