All posts tagged "Teton Artlab"

  • Leafy Awakenings

    Former Artlab artist-in-residence will create a forest in ‘the Fishbowl’ JACKSON HOLE, WY – Trevor Amery was headed to Finland for a two-month art residency when security at an international airport confiscated his oil paints. He had...

    • Posted July 25, 2018
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  • The Lines of Humanity

    Artist’s work focuses on ‘something that matters’ JACKSON HOLE, WY – The quirky composition and bright colors draw viewers to Jave Yoshimoto’s art. They might see Godzilla, or something that just doesn’t look quite right. “Then, when...

    • Posted May 16, 2018
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  • Eyeing Change

    Teton Artlab’s artist-in-residence shifts space and time JACKSON HOLE, WY – The installations Billy Joe Miller creates are meant to offer more than piqued curiosity. “I am interested in a transformative experience,” the New Mexico-based artist said....

    • Posted April 18, 2018
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  • Creative Peaks: Pattern Prey

    Teton Artlab artist-in-residence protests human-caused catastrophe JACKSON HOLE, WY – Miranda Brandon saw the guy observing her shirt. He complimented her before he really processed the design—the spilled oil, the men cleaning it up and the duck...

    • Posted March 21, 2018
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  • Pull the Wool: Teton ArtLab artist Erin Curry on Rumpelstiltskin, carving and the art of spinning wheel

      Erin Curry’s home in Gainesville, Florida, is full of wool. “It’s gotten kind of intense,” she said. “It feels like I should be waiting for Rumpelstiltskin to arrive.” Instead, Curry left most of the wool to...

    • Posted December 13, 2017
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  • Creating in Codes: Mark Stock, Teton ArtLab artist in residence, gets a little buggy

    Something was wrong with the code. The energy in the system was increasing exponentially –something wasn’t right. Somewhere in the rows upon rows of numbers meant to simulate a complex turbulent flow in a boiler there was...

    • Posted November 8, 2017
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  • Motion Commotion: Teton ArtLab resident April Martin is intrigued by movement and science

    Motion intrigues and inspires artist April Martin. But not motion in the traditional sense. Take a bowl of evaporating salt water. You can’t see it, but over time, crystals form and the substance changes. “What attracts me...

    • Posted October 18, 2017
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  • CULTURE KLASH: Outsider Art

    Kevin Chin’s art melds questions and bright inks to answer an age old question For most people, there isn’t a simple answer to what should be a simple question: Where are you from? That question can mean...

    • Posted September 27, 2017
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  • CREATIVE PEAKS: Beauty and the Block

    Teton Artlab opens its doors for a woodblock printmaking party. JACKSON HOLE, WY – For non-visual artists, a “block party” might mean a mid-summer neighborhood potluck. In fact, it took this non-artist a good minute to understand the...

    • Posted July 25, 2017
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  • CREATIVE PEAKS: Image Intervention

    A visiting artist shifts the valley into slow motion; Jackson Hole Still Works asks artists to get saucy. JACKSON HOLE, WY – Before the internet (back when dinosaurs walked the earth), we consumed images and information at...

    • Posted March 21, 2017
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