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Plan to attend the 30th annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival presented by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce September 3-14, 2014.



The 2014 Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival will take place September 3-14. Opportunities to meet featured artists Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey and Joshua Tobey will be part of this year’s schedule, which includes the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival’s trademark mix of visual, contemporary, culinary, Western, landscape, wildlife and Native American arts. The festival offers visitors more than 50 family-friendly events, many of them free, surrounded by the Teton Mountain Range in its autumn colors – with a chance to purchase original artworks from cowboy to cutting-edge contemporary. Keep up with the latest news and information on Facebook! Visit www.facebook.com/JHFallartsfestival

The Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival is pleased to feature a sculpture and a painting for the 2014 Festival. Joshua Tobey's "Jackson Symphony" evokes beautiful Wyoming evenings and Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey's "Forever Jackson" evokes the stunning landscape of the Tetons. "Forever Jackson," painted with Dye on Silk, is 68" high by 52" wide.


Would you like to purchase a limited edition of Joshua Tobey's "Jackson Symphony"?


Calling Volunteers for 2014

Consider volunteering! Friends, family, neighbors, and colleagues are invited to join the fun. Volunteering is a great chance to network and give back to the community. Join us for Taste of the Tetons, Quick Draw, or help for an hour or two at the information booth. For more information, please call 307.733.3316.


2014 Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival Schedule

The Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival presented by the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce celebrates its 30th Anniversary in 2014! Please view the preliminary schedule below and look for details and updates to be added through the summer.

Wednesday, September 3

Western Visions Jewelry & Artisan Luncheon
Enjoy an elegant luncheon at the newly renovated Snow King Grand Room in Jackson. Preview and purchase handmade goods by premiere artisans of jewelry, fiber, leather, and other wearable art. This ladies-only event kicks-off the Jewelry and Artisan portion of the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Western Visions activities. 
11:00am-4:00pm at Snow King Resort 
Entry: $100 (Registration Required)

Turpin Gallery
In studio demonstration by wildlife artist Derek Wicks. Meet the artist and view his latest works! Continues through Saturday, September 6.
10:00am-4:00pm at 25 S. Cache Street
Call 307.733.7530

Altamira Gallery
R. Tom Gilleon: "The Journey, Not the Destination" from September 1-15 
Howard Post: "Western Perspectives" from September 1-15 
Glenn Dean: "The Lure of the West" from September 1-15
Ed Mell:  “Beyond the Visable Terrain” from September 1-15
Greg Woodard:  “Legends” from September 5-15
Reception for each of these artists on Wednesday September 10
5:00-8:00pm at Altamira Fine Art, 172 Center Street, 307.739.4700

Thursday, September 4

Western Design Conference Gala Event: Fashion Jewelry Show
An up-close-and-personal jewelry show, live auction, and champagne celebration followed by a runway fashion show presenting Western-genre couture collections from both up-and-coming and established fashion designers. Gala reception to follow with catering by Dining In.
6:00pm-10:00pm at Snow King Center 
Entry: $125-35  

Turpin Gallery
Artist reception for wildlife artist Derek Wicks. Meet the artist and view his new work. Refreshments and appetizers will be offered. 
6:00-10:00pm at 25 S. Cache Street
Call 307.733.7530

Two Grey Hills
Award-winning Hopi jewelry artist Duane Maktima will be in the gallery showing his latest works and pieces in progress. Duane was a premiered artist at the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC. His talent and over 38 years of experience have made Duane an accomplished designer and craftsman. Meet Duane and enjoy his contemporary styled jewelry in both 14kt Gold and Sterling Silver. 
11:00am-6:00pm AT 110 E. Broadway
Call 307.733.2677

Friday, September 5

Western Design Conference Exhibit Sale
The WDC continues to be the foremost exhibit and celebration of what is happening in the world of western design. More than 115 exhibitors showcase creations in furniture, fashion, jewelry and home decor accessories. Welcome to a show as unique as our surroundings. 
10:00am-5:00pm at Snow King Center 
Entry: $15 Exhibit Sale Pass - Available at the Door 

Palates & Palettes Gallery Walk
More than 30 art galleries open their doors to showcase magnificent art with food and wine. The festive event is open to the public and presents the opportunity to visit with old friends and new. Many other businesses and arts organizations join the fun and add to the atmosphere. Gallery maps are available at participating galleries, at the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, and in a variety of promotional publications that will be available at hotels and businesses. 
5:00-8:00pm at Participating Galleries 
Contact: Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, 307.733.3316 or info@jacksonholechamber.com

RARE Gallery
Meet the Artists: Rick Armstrong will feature his newest mixed media photographic collection, Pat Flynn will display museum quality designer jewelry, Dan Burgette will debut his latest piece in his highly awarded carvings, Patricia Griffin will air her museum collection of paintings, Ron Russon will unveil his latest masterpiece, and Shawn Rivett will be available to discuss the rarest fossils from the Kemmerer mine featured in his photographs. This is the night to be at RARE Gallery! 
5:00-8:00pm at 60 E. Broadway 2nd Floor
Call 307.733.8726

Turpin Gallery
Join us for Palates & Palettes! Turpin Gallery once again joins with Moo’s Ice Cream to celebrate Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival. Enjoy specialty desserts and meet artists Derek Wicks and Cynthia Feustel. 
5:00pm-8:00pm at 25 S. Cache Street 
Call 307.733.7530 

Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum
Folk and traditional arts fair featuring demonstrations and sales of frontier and homestead crafts and skills. Featured crafts include cinch and saddle pad making, hooked rugs, rope making, quilting, and other ranch and domestic arts. 
2:00-8:00pm at 225 N. Cache Street (Museum Gallery) 
Call 307.733.2414 

Legacy Gallery
Kyle Polzin, One Man Show. 
6:00-8:00pm at 75 N. Cache 
Call 307.733.2353 

Grand Teton Gallery
Artists in Residence: 11:00am-3:00pm features Shawndell Oliver with Mixed Media and 1:00-4:00pm features JD Challenger -- America’s most prominent painter of Native Americans.
130 West Broadway
Call 307. 201.1172

Two Grey Hills
Award-winning Hopi jewelry artist Duane Maktima will be in the Gallery showing his latest works and pieces in progress. Duane was a premiered artist at the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC. His talent and over 38 years of experience have made Duane an accomplished designer and craftsman. Please join us in the Gallery to meet Duane and enjoy his contemporary styled jewelry in both 14kt Gold and Sterling Silver.  
11:00am-6:00pm at 110 E. Broadway
Call 307.733.2677

INTENCIONES
Meet the Artists: Virginia Moore and Mitch Guthrie who will feature their exhibit "As Above, So Below" Acrylic on Canvas.  Also, local artists Laura Gerrard, Erin Ashlee and David Bowers present "Breathe" a mixed media exhibit of art, photography and poetry.  Our theme is "Local Americana" with music by Molly Thorn, local ranch sliders on the grill and spirited iced teas. This is a fun time to experience Art at INTENCIONS and hang out with us on the deck!
5:00-8:00pm at 160 W. Broadway
Call 307.733.7525

Saturday, September 6

Western Design Conference Exhibit Sale
The WDC continues to be the foremost exhibit and celebration of what is happening in the world of western design. More than 115 exhibitors showcase creations in furniture, fashion, jewelry and home decor accessories. Welcome to a show as unique as our surroundings. 
10:00am-5:00pm at Snow King Center 
Entry: $15 Exhibit Sale Pass - Available at the Door 

Historic Ranch Tours
Visit historic valley ranches, where Jackson Hole's cowboy heritage still thrives. The tour is complete with cowboys, Western entertainment, and a good old fashioned barbecue. Hosted by Mountain Living magazine. 
2:00pm Rendezvous at Home Ranch Parking Lot on the Corner of Cache and Gill Streets, One Block North of Town Square 
Entry: Tickets are $50 
Contact: Renee at the Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, 307.201.2309 or events@jacksonholechamber.com

RARE Gallery
Enjoy a more in depth look at the collection of Rick Armstrong. He will take you on a journey of his newest collection from concept thru creation. Pat Flynn TRUNK SHOW and personal fitting. Permanent collection in the Smithsonian Museum. Shawn Rivett will be here to visit about each fossil subject in his photography so come full of questions! Patricia Griffin will be creatively painting on the deck overlooking the Town Square.
3:00-5:00pm at 60 E. Broadway 2nd Floor
Call 307.733.8726

Grand Teton Gallery
Artists in Residence: 11:00am-3:00pm features Shawndell Oliver with Mixed Media and 1:00-4:00pm features JD Challenger -- America’s most prominent painter of Native Americans. 
Reception for JD Challenger from 6:00-8:00pm
130 West Broadway
Call 307. 201.1172

Two Grey Hills
Award-winning Hopi jewelry artist Duane Maktima will be in the Gallery showing his latest works and pieces in progress. Duane was a premiered artist at the opening of the National Museum of the American Indian in Washington DC. His talent and over 38 years of experience have made Duane an accomplished designer and craftsman. Please join us in the Gallery to meet Duane and enjoy his contemporary styled jewelry in both 14kt Gold and Sterling Silver.  
11:00am-6:00pm at 110 E. Broadway
Call 307.733.2677

Sunday, September 7

Western Design Conference Exhibit Sale
The WDC continues to be the foremost exhibit and celebration of what is happening in the world of western design. More than 115 exhibitors showcase creations in furniture, fashion, jewelry and home decor accessories. Welcome to a show as unique as our surroundings. 
10:00am-5:00pm at Snow King Center 
Entry: $15 Exhibit Sale Pass - Available at the Door Visit 

15th Annual Takin' It to the Streets 
An open-air, juried art fair featuring 40 local artists, including some of Jackson's finest, selling an array of artwork. Presented by the Art Association of Jackson Hole. 
10:00am-4:00pm on Town Square 
Contact Amy Fradley at 307.733.8792 or artistinfo@jhartfair.org 

Taste of the Tetons
Valley chefs, restaurants, and caterers put their best culinary work on display. In addition to the open-air tasting fair, participants will enjoy the wine tasting and silent auction, “Pickin’ in the Park” live musical entertainment presented by the Howdy Pardners Ambassador Club, and Takin' It to the Streets art fair. Food and wine samples are exchanged for tickets that may be purchased at any of the four corners of Town Square. Each taste ticket is $1. Samples generally range from two to four tickets. 
11:00am-4:00pm on Town Square 
Contact: Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, 307.733.3316 or info@jacksonholechamber.com

Rotary Supper Club’s Fall Arts Festival Wine Tasting and Silent Auction 
Joining with Taste of the Tetons and Takin’ It to the Streets, the Rotary Supper Club presents the Wine Tasting and Silent Auction. All proceeds go back into the community through scholarships and sponsorships! Each taste ticket is $1. 
11:00am-5:00pm on Town Square Under the Tent

RARE Gallery
Patricia Griffin will paint during the afternoon overlooking Town Square. Petra Class Trunk Show will have her latest custom pieces to try on while you get your personal color palette done. Trenton Higley will show his most recent Yellowstone paintings. Dan Burgette will take you on a journey of the high Tetons through his 1st Place World’s Awarded avian carvings. His knowledge of the local mountains is unparalleled!
12:00-5:00pm at 60 E. Broadway 2nd Floor
Call 307.733.8726

Grand Teton Gallery
Artists in Residence: JD Challenger, America’s most prominent painter of Native Americans
1:00-4:00pm at 130 West Broadway
Call 307. 201.1172

Tuesday, September 9

Grand Teton Gallery
Artists in Residence: JD Challenger, America’s most prominent painter of Native Americans
1:00-4:00pm at 130 West Broadway
Call 307. 201.1172

Wednesday, September 10

Poster Signing with Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey
Meet the 2014 Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival featured artist, Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey. "Forever Jackson" posters will be available for purchase, $30 unsigned and $40 signed. 
3:00-5:00pm at West Lives On Contemporary, 75 North Glenwood 
Contact: Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, 307.733.3316 or info@jacksonholechamber.com

Poster Signing with Joshua Tobey
Meet the 2014 Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival featured sculptor, Joshua Tobey. "Teton Symphony" posters will be available for purchase, $30 unsigned and $40 signed. 
3:00-5:00pm at Astoria Fine Art, 35 East Deloney
Contact: Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, 307.733.3316 or info@jacksonholechamber.com

Art Walk
Join more than 30 Jackson art galleries for the Third Thursdays Art Walk (moved to Wednesday evening for the week of the Fall Arts Festival). Enjoy fine art and experience the vibrant Jackson art scene. Look for the Art Walk banners! 
5:00-8:00pm at Various Locations 
See gallery map for details. 

RARE Gallery
Tonight’s Art Walk features Rick Armstrong, Dan Burgette, Patricia Griffin, and Shawn Rivett. Be sure to “Meet the Artist” tonight. You will have a new appreciation for the work of our highly awarded artists at RARE Gallery.
5:00-8:00pm at 60 E. Broadway 2nd Floor
Call 307.733.8726

Turpin Gallery
Artist reception for contemporary bronze artist, Alex Alvis. Meet Alex and view her new work. Refreshments and appetizers will be offered.
6:00-10:00pm at 25 S. Cache Street
Call 307.733.7530

Trio Fine Art Gallery Demonstrations
The opening of “In Our Valley” exhibition that features the Trio artists and paintings of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem. Free and open to the public
5:00-8:00pm at 545 N. Cache
Call 307.734.4444

Ringholz Studios
The "Night Fenix" will rise for ONE NIGHT ONLY with a creative opening reception for Amy Ringholz. An inspired evening will showcase her twelve new wildlife works. Stop in from the Art Walk for live music, a coffee treat, or a cocktail as you meander through the streets of Jackson. Amy Ringholz was the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival Featured Artist in 2012.
5:00-11:00pm at 125 N. Cache Street
Call 307.734.3964

Altamira Gallery
Reception for the following artists:
R. Tom Gilleon: "The Journey, Not the Destination" showing from September 1-15 
Howard Post: "Western Perspectives" showing from September 1-15 
Glenn Dean: "The Lure of the West" showing from September 1-15 
Ed Mell:  “Beyond the Visable Terrain” showing from September 1-15
Greg Woodard:  “Legends” showing from September 5-15
5:00-8:00pm at Altamira Fine Art, 172 Center Street, 307.739.4700

Grand Teton Gallery
Artists in Residence: 11:00am-3:00pm featuring Deb Penk painting with acrylics and 1:00-4:00pm featuring Rip Caswell with a sculpture demonstration.
130 West Broadway
Call 307. 201.1172

Thursday, September 11

Wild 100 Artist Party
As part of the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s 27th Annual Western Visions: Wild 100 Show & Sale, artists and patrons have an opportunity to view the art, place bids, and mingle with artists before the big sale. The Wild 100 Artist Party features delicious hors d'oeuvres provided by the Rising Sage Café, a full bar, and a low key, casual evening. 
5:30-8:30pm at the National Museum of Wildlife Art 
Entry: $100 (Registration Required)

RARE Gallery
Petra Class Trunk Show & Personal Fitting: Her unique 22K designs are adorned with amazing gemstones of the west. Her work is in permanent collections of multiple museums. We will house an incredible collection to choose from.
3:00-5:00pm at 60 E. Broadway 2nd Floor
Call 307.733.8726

Altamira Gallery
Meet the Artists: R. Tom Gilleon and Greg Woodard
2:00-4:00pm at Altamira Fine Art, 172 Center Street, 307.739.4700

Grand Teton Gallery
Artists in Residence: 11:00am-1:00pm featuring Deb Fox painting with watercolor on canvas and Deb Penk painting with acrylics; 2:00-5:00pm featuring Rip Caswell with a sculpture demonstration and precast sale.
130 West Broadway
Call 307. 201.1172

Two Grey Hills
Jeff Roller, award winning Santa Clara pottery artist will be in the Gallery to show his latest works. Jeff is a 6th generation potter in the famous Tafoya family. As the son of award winning potter Toni Roller and the grandson of the famed potter Margaret Tafoya he was exposed to the finest works in traditional Pueblo pottery. Jeff began making his pottery at age nine and today his creations are among the most exquisite Native American pottery to be produced. Please join us in the Gallery to meet Jeff and discuss his art. Gene Waddell from Waddell Trading Company in Scottsdale, Arizona will be in the Gallery showcasing his fabulous collectible jewelry. The collection will have selection of contemporary and the finest vintage pieces. You will have an opportunity to see and purchase works from Charles Loloma, Preston Monongye, Jesse Monongya & Don Supplee to name a few. Please join us in the Gallery for the show and sale of the Masters.
11:00am-6:00pm at 110 E. Broadway
Call 307.733.2677

Friday, September 12 

Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes
The Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes is a self-guided fundraising tour to experience the craftsmanship and meet the artists behind some of Jackson’s most spectacular homes. More than the ordinary walk-through, the Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes has a superb catch: face-to-face conversations with the finest professionals in architecture, construction, interior design, landscaping, and electronic systems. They will reveal the art—and perhaps the magic—behind their achievements in some of the most exciting living spaces in the West. Hosted by Homestead Magazine. 
11:00am-4:00pm at Various Locations (See Website)
Tickets online and at select retailers: $75

Wild 100 Show & Sale
Featuring works by 100 of the country's leading artists. This is the final opportunity to place your bid prior to the drawing that determines who is going home with a beautiful new work of art. This exciting evening features a buffet dinner and beverages, and most importantly, the names of the winning bidders are drawn.
Entry: $150 (Registration Required)
Doors Open 5:30pm, Bidding Closes 7:00pm, Presentation to Follow at the National Museum of Wildlife Art

Jackson Hole Art Auction Preview
The Jackson Hole Art Auction is a live western art auction held every September in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Defined by the high standards of work offered by both contemporary artists and deceased masters, the JHAA has established itself as one of the premier western art events in the country. This exciting event attracts collectors from across the country as well as abroad. The Auction Preview will be held from 10:00am-7:00pm
10:00am-7:00pm at Center for the Arts
Please register to attend.
Call 866.549.9278 Visit www.jacksonholeartauction.com

West Bank Artists Studio Tour 
Visitors will enjoy a rare opportunity to visit prominent artist’s studios, watch the creative process, interact with the artists, and appreciate their creative environment. Visit the following links for information about the participating artists and their studios: Amy Unfried, Annie Band, Charlie Thomas, Laurie Thal, Meredith Campbell, and Sierra Scott.
Call 307.733.5096

RARE Gallery
Rick Armstrong: Meet the artist and hear about the next collection and presale of the unreleased work. It is a one of a kind opportunity to collect a piece from his next series. Patricia Griffin: She will paint a new piece overlooking the Town Square. Represented in 11 museums.
3:00-5:00pm at 60 E. Broadway 2nd Floor
Call 307.733.8726

Legacy Gallery
"Legacy of Nature" Group Wildlife and Sporting Art Show featuring Tim Shinabarger, Michael Coleman, Luke Frazier, Chad Poppleton, Bill Alther, and Brian Grimm.
2:00-5:00pm at 75 North Cache
Call 307.733.2353

Altamira Gallery
Meet the artists R. Tom Gilleon and Greg Woodard
2:00-4:00pm at Altamira Fine Art, 172 Center Street
Call 307.739.4700

Grand Teton Gallery
Artists in Residence: Bob Koontz
11:00am-4:00pm at 130 West Broadway
Call 307. 201.1172

Two Grey Hills
Jeff Roller, award winning Santa Clara pottery artist will be in the Gallery to show his latest works. Jeff is a 6th generation potter in the famous Tafoya family. As the son of award winning potter Toni Roller and the grandson of the famed potter Margaret Tafoya he was exposed to the finest works in traditional Pueblo pottery. Jeff began making his pottery at age nine and today his creations are among the most exquisite Native American pottery to be produced. Please join us in the Gallery to meet Jeff and discuss his art. Gene Waddell from Waddell Trading Company in Scottsdale, AZ will be in the Gallery showcasing his Fabulous collectible jewelry. The collection will have selection of contemporary and the finest vintage pieces. You will have an opportunity to see and purchase works from Charles Loloma, Preston Monongye, Jesse Monongya & Don Supplee to name a few. Please join us in the Gallery for the show and sale of the Masters.
11:00am-6:00pm at 110 E. Broadway
Call 307.733.2677

Saturday, September 13 

Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes
The Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes is a self-guided fundraising tour to experience the craftsmanship and meet the artists behind some of Jackson’s most spectacular homes. More than the ordinary walk-through, the Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes has a superb catch: face-to-face conversations with the finest professionals in architecture, construction, interior design, landscaping, and electronic systems. They will reveal the art--and perhaps the magic--behind their achievements in some of the most exciting living spaces in the West. Hosted by Homestead Magazine. 
11:00-4:00pm at Various Locations (See Website)
Tickets online or at select retailers: $75

19th Annual Jackson Hole Quick Draw Art Sale and Auction
The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present nationally, regionally, and locally recognized artists who will demonstrate their skills at this unique alfresco event. One-of a-kind artwork will be auctioned off following the ninety minute creative process where spectators will watch artists paint and sculpt. The auction will feature the sale of the 2014 Fall Arts Festival featured painting, “Forever Jackson” by Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey, along with the first-time sculpture raffle of “Teton Symphony” by Joshua Tobey. 
9:00am Jackson Town Square
Contact: Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, 307.733.3316 or info@jacksonholechamber.com

Jackson Hole Art Auction
The Jackson Hole Art Auction is a live western art auction held every September in beautiful Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Defined by the high standards of work offered by both contemporary artists and deceased masters, the JHAA has established itself as one of the premier western art events in the country. This exciting event attracts collectors from across the country as well as abroad. Auction preview from 9:00am-12:00pm.
12:00pm at Center for the Arts. 
Please register to attend. 
Call 866549.9278

West Bank Artists Studio Tour 
Visitors will enjoy a rare opportunity to visit prominent artist’s studios, watch the creative process, interact with the artists, and appreciate their creative environment. Visit the following links for information about the participating artists and their studios: Amy UnfriedAnnie BandCharlie ThomasLaurie ThalMeredith Campbell, andSierra Scott.
Call 307.733.5096

Trailside Galleries Fall Gold Exhibition and Sale: Artist Reception
Trailside Galleries is pleased to present the annual Fall Gold Exhibition and Sale show that will be on exhibit September 1-14. This major event of the fall art season includes a spectacular selection of wildlife, landscape, and sporting art. Collectors will have a chance to meet and greet with many of the participating artists including Brent Cotton, Michael Godfrey, Bonnie Marris, Jim Morgan, George Northup, Kyle Sims, Dan Smith, Adam Smith, John DeMott, Tucker Smith, Kent Ullberg, Kathy Wipfler, Dustin Van Wechel and Sarah Woods among others. This spectacular event happens annually in conjunction with the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival, when the town of Jackson Hole welcomes a great number of collectors, editors, museum curators and fine art enthusiasts. In addition to the work on display for Fall Gold, the gallery will also be hosting several other key events including individual shows for Logan Maxwell Hagege, Tim Solliday, John & Suzie Seerey-Lester & Lindsay Scott. 
4:00-7:00pm at 130 E. Broadway
Call 307.733.3186

Trailside Galleries: Logan Maxwell Hagege's "Changing Light" One Man Show Artist Reception
With approximately 20 new paintings, the American Southwest comes to life in a series of angular images that capture the spare beauty of an arid landscape and of an ancient and enduring Native American culture shaped by the extremes of its environment. Hagege's interest and ability in fine art were evident early on. Traditionally trained in a local Los Angeles classic atelier program, his studies involved spending more than six hours per day drawing and painting live models. Hagege also studied privately with Steve Huston and Joseph Mendez. Inspiration for his subjects began at an early age with visits to his grandmother who lived in the California desert. Extensive travels and extended stays in various landscapes in the American Southwest also contributed to his repertoire of subjects. Hagege's evolution from landscape to figure and now a combination of both was a natural progression in his art. Hagege is in the permanent collection of the Autry Museum, Briscoe Western Art Museum, Booth Western Art Museum, the Bone Creek Museum of Agrarian Art, and The National Cowboy & Western Heritage Museum. Most recently he received the Gene Autry Memorial Award for the best group of paintings at the 2014 Masters of the American West Exhibition and Sale at the Autry National Center in Los Angeles. The Exhibition and Sale will be held September 1-14.
Artist Reception: 4:00-7:00pm at 130 E. Broadway
Call 307.733.3186

Two Grey Hills
Jeff Roller, award winning Santa Clara pottery artist will be in the Gallery to show his latest works. Jeff is a 6th generation potter in the famous Tafoya family. As the son of award winning potter Toni Roller and the grandson of the famed potter Margaret Tafoya he was exposed to the finest works in traditional Pueblo pottery. Jeff began making his pottery at age nine and today his creations are among the most exquisite Native American pottery to be produced. Please join us in the Gallery to meet Jeff and discuss his art. Gene Waddell from Waddell Trading Company in Scottsdale, AZ will be in the Gallery showcasing his Fabulous collectible jewelry. The collection will have selection of contemporary and the finest vintage pieces. You will have an opportunity to see and purchase works from Charles Loloma, Preston Monongye, Jesse Monongya & Don Supplee to name a few. Please join us in the Gallery for the show and sale of the Masters. 
11:00am-6:00pm at 110 E. Broadway Call 307.733.2677

Fall Arts Festival Artist Party on Town Square
Join artists from Astoria Fine Art & West Lives On galleries for this fun-filled reception in the tent on the Town Square! Meet Joshua Tobey and Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey. New work by the Fall Arts Festival featured artists will be unveiled and Wood Smoke Rising will provide live music.  
Time 5:00-8:00pm on Jackson Town Square
Contact: Astoria Fine Art, 307.733.4016 or www.astoriafineart.com

Sunday, September 14

Art Brunch Gallery Walk
The Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce is pleased to present the Sunday morning gallery walk featuring more than 30 art galleries. Enjoy brunch and festive beverages at this closing-day celebration for the 30th Annual Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival. Enjoy brunch, Bloody Marys, and spectacular art…what an ending! This event provides the opportunity to visit with gallery representatives and take a closer look at the art. 
11:00am-3:00pm Various locations. See gallery map for details. 
Contact: Jackson Hole Chamber of Commerce, 307.733.3316 or info@jacksonholechamber.com


2014 Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival Signature Wines

The 2014 signature Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival wines feature two labels. The cabernet sauvignon features "Forever Jackson" from Nancy Cawdrey Gallery and the chardonnay features "Jackson Symphony" from Joshua Tobey Studios. The signature wine is a popular collector’s item and creative gift which will be available for purchase at The Liquor Store, 115 Buffalo Way and online at www.wineliquorbeer.com.





~ Future Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival Dates ~ 
September 10-20, 2015 
September 8-18, 2016 
September 7-17, 2017


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