Open tuesday – saturday, 10a – 6p

Join History Jackson Hole in welcoming the exhibit Elemental Landscapes: A Celebration of Indigenous We are Earth. We are Wind. We are Water. We are Fire. to the upstairs gallery.

Curated by Lynette St. Clair for the Jackson Hole History Museum this exhibit gathers the work of six, contemporary Wind River artists whose artworks explore the relationships between earth, animals, humans, and homelands.

Featured artists are Talissa Abeyta, Joanne Brings Thunder, Al Hubbard, Sarah Ortegon-High Walking, Aiyana Perez, and Shoshana Tillman.

Curator Lynette St. Clair writes, “This exhibition explores the powerful relationship between Native American art and the natural world through the lens of the elements: earth, air, fire, and water. As the curator, my focus was to bring together a diverse group of contemporary Native American artists whose works reflected a deep reverence for the land and its forces.”

The exhibit is on view through mid-January 2025 in the Jackson Hole History Museum’s upstairs gallery during regular hours from Tuesday – Saturday from 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.

Some artworks may be available for sale; inquire at the Front Desk.

Art credit: “Earth Spirit” by Joanne Brings Thunder.

Viewing the exhibit Elemental Landscapes
Viewing the exhibit Elemental Landscapes.