Art Galleries

Don't miss our internationally renowned art scene

Thousands of art enthusiasts are drawn each year to experience the diverse artwork and breathtaking natural surroundings that make Jackson Hole a leading cultural center. From wildlife photography to plain air paintings and modern sculpture to sophisticated jewelry, Jackson has it all! We also host the Jackson Hole Fall Arts Festival that is widely recognized as one of the most premier cultural events in the Rocky Mountain West.

Fine Art Galleries

Let us be your guide to the world of fine art in Jackson, WY.

Gallery Wild located right off Town Square, showcases artwork rich in color and spirit, effortlessly encompassing the essence of Wyoming. 

Horizon Fine Art Gallery showcases the finest in Western art, as well as Contemporary and International art thus portraying all facets of the West and beyond. They are located one block from Town Square.

Wilcox Gallery is not one but of two fine art galleries in Jackson Hole. With over 6,000 square feet of fine art on display, established in 1969, Wilcox has won awards including Master of The American West and Prix de West. It's innovative and extensive collection, yet serene atmosphere sets this gallery apart.

Quent Cordair Art Gallery Painting & Sculpture is the premier gallery for contemporary Romantic Realism in painting, sculpture, and drawing in Jackson Hole.

Art is everywhere you look...

Jackson, Wyoming is home to over two dozen galleries in town alone, but art in Jackson is hardly restricted to the gallery.

It's not rare for art to be displayed in restaurants and businesses all over town including Pearl Street Bagels, The Snake River Brew Pub, and Local Bar and Restaurant. Businesses in and around town have a strong ethic of supporting local artists and creatives, often times you'll stumble upon magic in the most unsuspecting of places. 


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