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July 22nd - August 23rd, 2019

AND INTO THE FOREST I GO
Shanna Kunz, Paul Rhymer
& Kathryn Mapes Turner

Artist Reception July 25th, 5-7pm
This is an art exhibition that visualizes and celebrates those benefits. As artists, Paul, Shanna and I spend our days observing, studying and rendering the natural world. It is our hope that our interpretations can convey the spirit of nature to the viewer in this collection of paintings and sculptures. - Kathryn Mapes Turner

Exhibition Overview

For those of us who live in and visit Jackson Hole, we are blessed with a close proximity to the natural world.  We enjoy unprecedented access to wildness and are renewed by it. Research shows that time in nature is essential to our health and happiness. This is an art exhibition that visualizes and celebrates those benefits.  As artists, Paul, Shanna and I spend our days observing, studying and rendering the natural world. It is our hope that our interpretations can convey the spirit of nature to the viewer in this collection of paintings and sculptures. 

- Kathryn Mapes Turner


Featured Artworks

Shanna Kunz

Paul Rhymer

Kathryn Mapes Turner

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