Tuesday, January 17, 2012

Unveiling of 2012 Jackson Fall Arts Festival poster painting by Amy Ringholz at National Museum of Wildlife Art on Jan. 22

This comes from Tammy Christel’s Jackson Hole Art Blog (thanks Tammy):
Amy Ringholz is Jackson’s 2012 Fall Arts Festival (FAF) poster artist. At 34, Ringholz is the youngest FAF artist to date. Her winning painting, “Dreamers Don’t Sleep,” a 72 x 60″ ink and oil on canvas, will be showcased in the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s lobby Jan. 22–March 23. A wondrous portrait of the region’s wildlife, its magnificent Teton Range, a sparkling night sky, the painting also includes 25 painted flowers, to in honor of NMWA’s 25th anniversary. The painting is set to be unveiled at the museum Sunday, Jan. 22, 3 p.m. Inspired by Fritz Scholder and Egon Schiele, Ringholz is a contemporary painter—the first contemporary FAF artist in over a decade. FMI: www.amyringholz.com 

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