Entries by Elizabeth Votruba

JHLT moves into new permanent office space

The Jackson Hole Land Trust (JHLT) announced today that the organization has moved into a new permanent office space at 690 S Highway 89, Suite 101, as of November 1. Since fall 2013, the JHLT has occupied 185 East Hansen Avenue, a historic building dating back to the 1920s, owned and managed by the Lockhart […]

Susan Rose: Karns Meadow

WyoView: Four Seasons is a year-long study of Jackson Hole Land Trust Properties. I am one of 19 artists that have each been given the opportunity to visit designated sites throughout the year and submit four works of art to an exhibit that will take place on December 13, 2018. Forming a deep connection to […]

Elizabeth Cogburn: Munger Mountain

I was able to tour the Munger Mountain property with Turner Resor earlier this summer. We went up on Munger to have a beautiful view of the valley. I was able to work on some sketches at this lookout point. My photos from this day show the sketches that I am working on. It was […]

We’ve moved!

We have officially moved into our new permanent office space at 690 S Highway 89, Suite 101. Although we loved our historic home at 185 E Hansen, our 17 full-time and 5 part-time staff quickly outgrew the space. Please update your records and swing by to say hello! You can find the full press release […]

Bobbi Miller: Ring Lake Ranch

My fascination with the Dubois petroglyphs began in 2017 with research for an art project/fundraiser for Community Entry Services. A plate was decorated with those images. What a thrill to now engage with the Ring Lake Ranch petroglyphs! Sketching and painting them becomes a spiritual connection to the former occupants of the ranch land. Guests […]

Nicole Gaitan: R Lazy S

Again this year, I’m honored to be a part of Jackson Hole Land Trust’s WyoView project. This year we are taking a new approach – the Four Season approach. Artists, like myself and 18 others form the community will visit and paint each season at our designated location. This year I was given the R […]

Kay Stratman: Museum of Wildlife Art

Wow! I really wasn’t expecting much from a hike up the hill in April, our “slow” season. I was sorely mistaken. It was awesome!.. Bluebirds at the bluebird house, a herd of deer to the north, lots of various scat, various tracks, bumblebees, spring flowers, cactus, lichen, bones, heard sandhill cranes the refuge. And I […]