JACKSON HOLE, WYOMING
Teton Plein Air Painters is a group of outdoor artists in Jackson Hole, Wyoming. We meet on site once a week from the beginning of May through the end of October. All are welcome once membership in the Art Association of Jackson Hole is secured. See the MEMBERSHIP tab for more info.
The group started in 2012 with two people committed to practicing plein air painting. It continues to welcome others and is now an active venue for artistic camaraderie and technical growth.
Participation each Tuesday morning between May and October averages five to twenty people. Many of the painting areas are in Grand Teton National Park and other public lands. Private ranches have also offered their property as painting sites, as have non-profit institutions such as the National Museum of Wildlife Art.
Participants provide their own transportation and art materials. There is no instruction. Indoor winter critique sessions are announced through the email communication list.
Group exhibits of members' art have been hosted by The Art Association of Jackson Hole, Teton County Library and Grand Teton Association. The group has been recognized by Plein Air Magazine’s online newsletter.
For additional information, please contact The Art Association of Jackson Hole. 307-733-6379