The Teton Plein Air Painters, an informal organization that grew from a few friends to more than 60 painters in a little more than a year, are the subject of a show hanging now in Jackson Hole.
“Dorie’s TePee,” by Diane Benefiel, 2013, gouache, 5 x 7 in.
The Art Association of Jackson Hole is the organizer of “Teton Plein Air,” which showcases 25 members of the group and more than 60 pieces of art, ranging from oil paintings to acrylic, watercolor, pastel, and pen-and-ink. It will be on view at the Center for the Arts in Jackson, Wyoming, through January 10, 2014.
Bobbi Miller, co-founder of Teton Plein Air Painters, posed with her seven-year-old grandson, a budding plein air painter
“Gros Ventre River,” by Eliot Goss, 2013, oil, 18 x 24 in.
Joe Branca, co-founder of Teton Plein Air Painters, working on location
Teton Plein Air Painters member Dee Parker captures the scene
The pieces focus on views around the Jackson area. For more information, visit the venue’s website.