New paintings by Kathryn Mapes Turner and Bronze Sculpture by Paul Rhymer

Now Open through October 30

Online & In-Person
 
 

"In you, what creates a feeling of belonging?

I belong to this valley. Here, my roots run deep with a rich family heritage that’s called Jackson Hole home for generations. I inherited from my ancestors a love for these mountains, the rivers, the plains, and the wildlife that dwell among them. This collection explores images of this place that grounds my creativity. I believe the vital interconnectedness of the natural world can remind us that all belongs within this field of wholeness."

– Kathryn Mapes Turner

 
 

Artist Demonstration: Wednesday, Sept. 16th, 11am - 3pm

Watch Kathryn Mapes Turner bring a painting to life in her signature style and understand the process behind sculpting with Paul Rhymer. If you admire Kathryn’s work as a collector or as a fellow artist, this is the perfect opportunity to see the process behind her painting in a relaxed setting. Paul Rhymer can also help demystify the process of sculpture if you've been interested in this medium but haven't taken the leap as a collector or as an artist. This event will take place in the park across from the gallery, so we recommend bringing a chair.

Artist's Reception: Thursday, Sept. 17th, 5-7pm

Help us celebrate Kathryn and her latest work by joining us in the gallery. Space is limited, so please RSVP info@turnerfineart.com.

Fall Arts Festival Quick Draw & Auction: Saturday, Sept. 19th, 8am - 12pm

The Annual Quickdraw will be taking place starting at 8am on the Town Square and Kathryn will paint a new piece within 90 minutes! All artwork from the Quick Draw will be available at auction online. Click here for more information.

 
 

Experience the Exhibition

The gallery is open Monday-Friday 11am-6pm. The first and last hours are by appointment. To schedule a private viewing, please call us at 307-734-4444 or email info@turnerfineart.com.  

If you are not located in Jackson Hole, please explore the artist's work below. If you would like a personal consultation, please call or email us.

 

Kathryn Mapes Turner

 

The Wild Heart Sings | 11 x 14 inches | oil on panel | Kathryn Mapes Turner | $2,300

Kneel and Kiss the Earth | 9 x 12 inches | oil | Kathryn Mapes Turner | $2,300

Lifted | 8 x 10 inches| watercolor | Kathryn Mapes Turner | SOLD

The Watcher | 20 x 18 inches | oil on linen | Kathryn Mapes Turner | SOLD

All the Stars Align | 14 x 8 | watercolor | Kathryn Mapes Turner | SOLD

399 | 8 x 8 inches | watercolor | Kathryn Mapes Turner | SOLD

The Seeker | 12 x 12 inches | oil on rag | Kathryn Mapes Turner | SOLD

Tanenger | 12 x 12 inches | oil on rag | Kathryn Mapes Turner | $2,000

Flat Creek Summer | 8 x 10 inches | oil on canvas | Kathryn Mapes Turner | $1,400

Homeward | 9 x 12 inches | oil on linen | Kathryn Mapes Turner | SOLD

Kitchen Tent | 10 x 12 inches | oil on linen | Kathryn Mapes Turner | SOLD

Silver Morning | 16x20 | oil on canvas | Kathryn Mapes Turner | $4,600

Dancers | 13 x 13.5 inches | conte | Kathryn Mapes Turner | SOLD

Skyward | 48 x 48 inches | oil on rag | Kathryn Mapes Turner | SOLD

Return | 12 x 12 inches | oil on rag | SOLD

Blondie | 9 x 9.75 inches | watercolor | Kathryn Mapes Turner | SOLD

The Whole Sky | 6 x 8 inches | oil on panel | Kathryn Mapes Turner | SOLD


Paul Rhymer

 

Mama Bear | Ed. 25 | life-size bronze | Paul Rhymer $19,500
"This sculpture is a life-size version of a bear my mother sculpted when she was 12."

She Could Steal But She Could Not Rob | Ed. 25 | life-size bronze | Paul Rhymer | $7,500

Raven Celebrates Inventing The Wheel | Ed. 25 | life-size bronze | Paul Rhymer | $7,500

Raven Celebrates Inventing The Wheel
Raven, being the cleverest of all creatures, was pretty proud of herself when she invented the wheel. She wondered, which creature can I give it to that will use it best?

Raven goes to Squirrel and says, “Squirrel, I’ve invented the Wheel and I’d like for you to have it.”

Squirrel shakes his head and says, “I can climb trees, why would I need a wheel?”

Raven goes to Raccoon and says, “Raccoon, I’ve invented the Wheel and I’d like for you to have it.”

Raccoon said, “Oh Raven you are so foolish, I’m the smartest animal in the forest, why would I need a Wheel?”

Raven goes to Deer and says, “Deer, I’ve invented the Wheel and I’d like you to have it.”

Deer laughs and said, “I am the fastest animal in the forest, why would I need a Wheel?”

Raven knew that the only creature left was Man. And since she knew that man was the neediest and greediest of all creatures, he would use the Wheel. Man did take the wheel and invented the car. Thus killing Squirrels, Raccoons, and Deer. And Raven never went hungry again.

The Other Political Party | 24"H x 24"W x 10"D | Edition 6/25 | Paul Rhymer | $6,850

War Eagle | Ed. 25 | life-size bronze | Paul Rhymer | $24,500

Once and Future Kings | Life Size | Bronze Edition 7/25 | Paul Rhymer | $7,500

When Doves Fly | life-size bronze | Paul Rhymer

Grab The Bull By The Horns | 12"H x 18"W x 7"D | Edition 9/25 | Paul Rhymer | $1,850