Category Archive: Jackson Hole, WY

Parting shot – for Jackson Hole

Time to go home! No more skiing, snow shoeing or gallery hopping for us. It was New Year’s Eve and it’s time to go home. But, you can expect more pictures of snow,… Continue reading

Not far from there in Jackson Hole

We saw this trout, another example of contemporary representations of nature. A great contrast with the traditional style seen at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. This is paint on metal. Would have… Continue reading


The colors are so vivid in these shoes. Gayle Nason at the Legacy Gallery made these Indian slippers come to life for me. She paints each bead separately and gives it several coats… Continue reading

Wish I could remember

who did this one! I love it. Seen in the West Lives On gallery in Jackson Hole.

The concierge of the Wort

does his work next to this stunning painting by Gerry Metz depicting the team of Lewis and Clark at rest. This photo does not do it justice.

Not always so nice outside

The Grand Dame of the Jackson Hole hotels complete with its Saloon and the Silver Dollar Bar in which we had lunch, the Wort Hotel is not overly impressive from the outside. In… Continue reading


On our last day we go for tradition and head to the Wort Hotel for lunch. The corn chowder was delicious. And so were the burgers, I’m told.

American Indians – last pix

David Harvey again. He took this picture in Colorado in 1994. The lady on the left has been teaching the two young girls the art of weaving the beautiful blankets that they are… Continue reading

American Indians – 2

Will Allard took this photograph in Oregon in 1997.

American Indians, Montana

was pleased to see that the Museum’s collection includes a few representations of American Indians. This is the first of three images you’re going to see. All three are recent photographs. This one… Continue reading