View22: Field Study Works Now Available Online!

In 2017, we invited 21 local artists to create place-inspired art on 18 Jackson Hole Land Trust conservation properties in Teton, Fremont, and Sublette counties. The momentum for the project built over the summer as artists created their works and interacted with the community at artist demonstrations at the R Lazy S, and the Teton Food Tour.

View22: Field Study will culminate this Sunday, August 13th, 2017 with an exhibit and sale at the Jackson Hole Land Trust’s 37th Annual Picnic at the Hardeman North Meadow in Wilson.

The 80 finished works are now available for viewing and purchase through our downloadable e-catalog! The catalog will be updated periodically to reflect sales.

For inquiries regarding art sales please contact Roxanne Pierson at or 307-733-4707.

Gary Keimig – Phlox

This is the 4th and final painting I have done depicting the Torrey Lake Ranch for the upcoming art show benefiting the Jackson Hole Land Trust next month. I have tried depicting a bit of the landscape, geology, wildlife and now plant life of this amazing ranch in this vastly diverse land of the Upper Wind River Valley. The Phlox this year has been unbelievable, plentifully distributed across the landscape. Its showy white blossoms close to the ground and blooming amongst the sage and boulders contrasting vividly with those beautiful gold, orange and grays of lichen that make those boulders home.

– Gary Keimig

Gary Keimig – Torrey Lake Ranch

I am one of a number of artists chosen for the View22 Project to portray the lands that The Jackson Hole Land Trust has secured for protections from ever being developed. For the next month I will be doing a series of paintings depicting the Torrey Lake Ranch culminating in an art show in Jackson Hole the middle of August. This is the land that I have been assigned to portray. A portion of those proceeds from the art sale will help support further land conservation.

This Ranch is located south east of Dubois along the glacial moraine and deposits of glaciers from the ice age past. I hope to portray its uniqueness of land form. Wildlife, plant, and unbelievable viewscapes.

This is the first painting I have finished.

– Gary Keimig