The Jackson Hole Land Trust is excited to announce the fourth year of the View22 Project, which once again unites art and conservation with local artists creating place-based art on JHLT protected properties to raise awareness of the importance of open space protection.
The concept for 2016 – View22: Open Studio – is an exploration of Jackson Hole Land Trust properties that are open to the public and/or access friendly for artists as well as others to enjoy and experience. 20 local artists will be creating one or two pieces from the 13 designated locations depicted above and will share their experiences painting on conservation land through stories and photos on our interactive View22 blog.
The project will culminate with a final exhibit and art sale at the Land Trust’s 36th Annual Picnic on August 14th. 30% of proceeds will be donated by the artists in support of the Jackson Hole Land Trust. For inquiries regarding art sales, please contact Roxy Pierson at firstname.lastname@example.org or 307.733.4707.
Read the full press release here.