February 26, 2020
For sculptor Kristine Taylor, inspiration comes in many forms. Whether its a first hand experience like the wild birds and animals that live around her house, or a captivating photograph that grabs her attention. Once inspired, Kristine will research the animal to understand it's behavior and how that behavior reveals the essence of it's being.
June 25, 2020
Jennifer enjoys plain air painting and the challenge of capturing an ever-changing and nuanced scene. She describes her painting style as a combination of realism and impressionism. Her series “Beauty of Our National Parks” is her way of paying homage to the original National Park poster series.
May 19, 2020
Amber Blazina is a contemporary western oil painter, specializing in Impressionist and Expressionist alla prima methods. She melds her vast experience in design, the research and knowledge of painters of whom she has studied, and the experiences of her rural Montana upbringing to create bold, energetic paintings. Her art has been featured in several publications and she is the recipient of several fine art awards.
April 8, 2020
Silas tries to allow his style to be defined by a focus on unique compositions often using exaggeration of major or minor relationships of subjects. He finds creativity in the freedom he has as the artist to rearrange elements of nature within the confines of truth, and surface variety through unconventional applications and tools.
January 31, 2020
Julie finds inspiration wherever there are horses and wildlife. As a resident of Montana she is fortunate to have an abundance of both in her surroundings and enjoys traveling to seek out new sources of inspiration.
January 17, 2020
Thought provoking and incredibly visually captivating, the pieces in Larry's Intrusion series are fun, yet aim for a much deeper meaning. As humans increase in numbers and space that we take up, many species can be found on the fringes or even coexisting within human landscapes.
January 14, 2020
For Jeremy, the process of creating each sculpture is driven by that calling. Sculpting is a tangible way to share his passion, experiences and connection to wild things. He hopes that his sculptures will create a greater curiosity and desire for wildness in those who live along side it.
January 10, 2020
I’ve always enjoyed hiking and exploring, especially for waterfalls, but there’s something utterly magical that happens when you come in contact with wildlife in its natural place. You suddenly remember you are the guest.
April 3, 2019
We are very honored to have Carrie Wild, the owner and name-sake of our gallery, featured in the April-May 2019 issue of Western Art & Architecture. Carrie’s hard work and dedication to her art and the inspiration behind it has created a great space and mission for Gallery Wild.
January 26, 2019
Gallery Wild is proud to be a sponsor of the Blacktail Gala this year at the National Museum of Wildlife Art! Join us for a fun evening of contemporary wildlife art and be part of selecting new pieces to add to the museum's collection.
January 26, 2019
We are excited to announce our expansion and upcoming move to a an even bigger and better location at 80 West Broadway! After a great start and tremendous support from the community, we decided we needed more space to accommodate the great works being created by our talented artists.
January 2, 2019
Dwight finds his inspiration through many sources and he values places of solitude to be in the moment, quiet his mind, listen and be present with nature around him.
November 1, 2018
Partricia is inspired by hard working artists, fresh air, weather, sunlight, animal sightings, and her desire to share her love for all of it. Her heart can be felt through her words, actions and in her art.
October 24, 2018
Bridgette finds her inspiration by walking in the woods, being outside in inclement weather, watching fog roll off mountains, and seeing the light play on the landscape. The unique landscapes she creates in her pieces capture memories of wild spaces in beeswax to preserve the feeling of being outdoors and connecting with nature.
October 24, 2018
Both Rip and Alison have created artwork their entire lives, and sculpture cast in bronze is a mutual passion. Combined they have over 30 years creating monumental public artwork and wildlife sculptures. They hope that their artwork will evoke admiration and love for the wildlife, and that viewers will feel inspired to protect the animals with which we share the planet with.
October 22, 2018
Meagan's wilderness experience as a kid gave her a deep love for wild creatures and wild places that has lasted. She chooses to paint them in order to share their power, grace, and beauty with others who, perhaps don’t have the opportunity to explore the wilderness in quite the same way.
September 4, 2018
Be our guests to experience Jackson Hole's newest fine art gallery! Founded by contemporary wildlife artist Carrie Wild and wildlife photographer Jason Williams, Gallery Wild will highlight fine art and artists that celebrate wildlife, open spaces and conservation of the natural world.
August 23, 2018
Gallery Wild had a fun night celebrating the newest volume of the Jackson Hole Scout Guide. The event brought locals and visitors alike through the doors to enjoy art, music, food and, of course, a great 2018 edition!
July 1, 2018
We are excited to announce that Gallery Wild is open for business! Located at 40 South Glenwood in downtown Jackson, Wyoming, Gallery Wild is Jackson Hole's newest fine art gallery.
June 9, 2018
If you are in Jackson swing by and peek in the window to see our progress! It's been a fun project so far and the gallery should be open by July 1st! We hope to see you there!