Grand Teton National Park in Art: Painting the Park from Thomas Moran to Today is an extraordinary exhibit of artwork currently on display at the National Museum of Wildlife Art (NMWA). Planned to coincide with the 100th anniversary of the National Park Service, the art featured comes from the NMWA, Grand Teton National Park (GTNP), and select private collections.
Works from GTNP by one of the west’s premier landscape painters, Thomas Moran, are just a few of the memorable pieces from this incredible exhibition. A brilliant multi-media presentation highlighting a plein air watercolor painting by local artist Kathryn Mapes Turner is a wonderful contemporary addition to other pieces on display. More than 100 years of artistic expression celebrating the majesty of the Tetons is something that all need to go see!
Visit the NMWA now through September 8th to explore this exhibit. To learn more about some of the artists featured, please visit the museum’s website at wildlifeart.org.