Exhibitions

With more than 20 works in the current civic collection, public art helps define the distinctive nature of Jackson Hole. From the Teton landscape and our relationship with it to our cultural roots in ranching and conversation, the character of the valley comes through in each and every artwork installed in a public site. In the valley and beyond, public art invites fresh discovery, promotes meaningful connections and forms memorable experiences.

Willow Grove

Seattle based artist John Fleming designed the slender pieces of rusted steel to look like abstract ... Read More
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Sound Wave

Building STEAM projects teach students the entire design process. From defining a problem, empathizi... Read More
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Filament Mind

Libraries ignite a flurry of thoughts; as soon as visitors step inside, they begin asking questions ... Read More
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Strands

Art sheds light on science in “Strands,” a glass installation on the exterior of the Home Ranch Welc... Read More
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Sky Play

A string of young ravens, at play. The object of the flock’s attention is a stick-toting leade... Read More
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Student Murals

To fill the pathways underpasses with art instead of graffiti, a collaborative project enlisted stud... Read More
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Aspen Gateway

As the public entrance to the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Sculpture Trail, “Aspen Gateway” eng... Read More
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Animal Bike Racks

To echo the wildlife within the National Museum of Wildlife Art, Ben Roth created stylized animal bi... Read More
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Communities

Don Rambadt channels his lifelong curiosity of nature, namely birds, into his sculptures. For the re... Read More
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Poetry Box

Poetry can be found anywhere, a creed manifested in a freestanding depot stocked with free poetry. T... Read More
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River Reverse

An aerial view of the Snake River pays homage to the waterway as the serpentine artery of valley lif... Read More
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Teton Boulder Park Enclosure and Climbing History Wall

The Teton Boulder Project is a grass-roots partnership between the Town of Jackson, Teton County Par... Read More
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Daddy Long Legs

Inspired by the spindly spiders, Ben Roth created a 13-foot-tall free-standing Daddy long legs. Its ... Read More
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Old Bill, Running Man

This sculptural version of the Old Bill’s Logo was commissioned by the Community Foundation on the 1... Read More
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Young Man Reading

Commissioned by Kathe Henry in memory of her son Scott Opler, for installation at the Center for the... Read More
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Silent Saddles

In 2005, the American Legion dedicated this memorial in honor of Bruce Porter and the Veterans of Po... Read More
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Leaves

The leaves are intended to function like furniture that kids would sit on or lean against. The idea ... Read More
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Untitled

A scene of sea and river life, keenly suited to its setting around half of the pool area at the Rec ... Read More
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32 Sting Rays

Thirty-two stingrays, cut from 1/8” aluminum, soar above the pool at the Rec Center. Gliding and gli... Read More
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Snake River Brewery Mural

Kelly artist Wendell Field set out to capture the personalities who populate the Snake River BrewPub... Read More
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Green Knoll Fire Memorial

The Green Knoll Fire Memorial pays tribute to the firefighting crews who battled the Green Knoll Fir... Read More
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Symmetry of Synergy

Ben Roth worked with Summit students on a design they then realized together. The benches grew from ... Read More
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Untitled Mural

The Sundance Inn commissioned this large mural to give guests facing the cinderblock wall rooms with... Read More
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Cowboy

The cowboy of this sculpture is “Stub” Farlow as he rides the famous bucking horse Deadman. The dram... Read More
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Partners in Time

Margery Torrey donated Partners in Time to the Town of Jackson in 1991 with support from community m... Read More
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Antler Arches

It truly takes a village to create and maintain the quartet of iconic Antler Arches bracketing Town ... Read More
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