Gallery Wild, located in Jackson Hole, Wyoming and Santa Fe, New Mexico, showcases contemporary fine art inspired by wildlife, open spaces and conservation. Owned and operated by Jackson Hole based wildlife painter, Carrie Wild, and her husband, wildlife photographer Jason Williams, Gallery Wild's works and philosophy are inspired and directly influenced by thousands of hours in the field observing, studying and falling in love with all things wild. Our collection features established and emerging artists who offer a variety of mediums including both oil and acrylic paintings, bronze sculpture, mixed media and photography. 


Gallery Wild first opened in July of 2018 in downtown Jackson Hole, Wyoming.  Carrie and Jason put together a carefully curated collection of contemporary fine artists who shared their love of wildlife, wild spaces and conservation. Gallery Wild was well received by the Jackson Hole community and quickly established itself as a mainstay gallery on Broadway opposite the historic Wort Hotel.


In June of 2022, Gallery Wild opened a second gallery location in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Located at 203 Canyon Road, at the entrance to the famous Canyon Road Art District, the new gallery space features another inspiring collection of contemporary art, displayed in a bright and inviting space. Like the Jackson Hole gallery, each piece of fine art is inspired by nature, a love for wildlife, wild spaces and conservation. 


Gallery Wild's mission is to inspire collectors and impassion others to help protect wildlife and wild places for future generations through the acquisition and enjoyment of fine art. Browse the entire collection online or visit the gallery in person to get up close and personal to all the great work. 

Meet The TEAM

Carrie Wild - Artist/Owner

Carrie was raised on a small horse farm in Southern Michigan where she learned to respect, appreciate and love animals from a young age. Her childhood was spent riding horses, exploring the forests in search of wildlife and competing in horse shows. Along with her love of nature she developed a passion for art early in life. She studied and experimented drawing with different dry mediums including graphite, charcoal, colored pencil and soft pastel. Through her knowledge of horses and wildlife she developed a strong drawing technique focusing on the the anatomy and characteristics of each subject.

As a teen Carrie bought her first camera and began making photographs of her subjects as a foundation for her artistic vision. She uses her photography for inspiration as well as an excuse to spend more time in the field with the animals she loves. As witness to the wonders of nature and the countless heart pounding moments, she translates her experiences through the application of dramatic colors and presence in her paintings while maintaining realistic confirmation of the animal. With a contemporary style she hopes to create a relationship between the painting and its viewer as well as encourage a love for wildlife and wildlife art in modern design.Carrie is based in Jackson, Wyoming. After visiting for a summer, she immediately fell in love with the power of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem and decided that there was no better place to be to realize her vision. Surrounded by the inspiration of wildlife, horses and wide open spaces she paints in her home studio at the edge of Grand Teton National Park.

Jason Williams - Artist/Owner

Jason moved to Jackson Hole in 1999 to be a river guide on the Snake River. He immediately fell in love with the place and began working the winters as a snowmobile guide in Yellowstone National Park and the surrounding forest. It was through all his time in the field that Jason realized it was time to jump into photography full time. He founded Jason Williams Photography in 2005 has been a professional wildlife photographer and freelance writer since then.  Jason is also the founder and CEO of Jackson Hole Wildlife Safaris and has been guiding wildlife and photography safaris, snowmobile trips, scenic floats and whitewater river trips throughout the greater Yellowstone ecosystem for over 18 years. His field of experience includes scuba diving, caving, rock climbing, backpacking, backcountry skiing, canoeing, sailing, snowmobiling, and whitewater rafting. 

Jason's work has been published in dozens of international, national and regional publications including the Washington Post, Powder Magazine, Western Art and Architecture, BC Business, Frommer’s, Plain and Valley, Teton Journal and Jackson Hole Explorer magazine.



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