Andrew Wyeth in Jackson, Wyoming

"Whitehead Station," 1986; The Art Association of Jackson Hole & Gerald Peters Gallery

For those kicking back and keeping it low-key in Jackson, Wyo. this long Labor Day weekend, it’d be worth it to drop by the Art Association of Jackson Hole gallery for an exhibition featuring one of the most influential American artists of all time: Andrew Wyeth.

Son of famed illustrator and artist, N.C. Wyeth, Andrew was, since birth, trained to follow in his father’s footsteps. In a time popular for Abstract Expressionism, Andrew gained fame as a realist painter, focusing on his affinity for the surrounding landscapes. One of his most recognizable works is “Christina’s World,” 1948.

"Christina's World," 1948; Museum of Modern Art

On display through the rest of the month, Andrew Wyeth: A Survey, put on by the Art Association of Jackson Hole and Gerald Peters Gallery, has original pieces, such as Wyeth’s watercolors, available for sale.

Location:
Art Association ArtSpace Gallery
240 South Glenwood St.
Jackson, Wyoming

Hours:
Monday – Friday 10:00 – 5:00 p.m.
Saturday 11:00 – 5:00 p.m.

Private appointments are also available. For more information, contact Camille Obering: 917.617.1207; camille@camilleobering.com.

"Foghorns," 1952; The Art Association of Jackson Hole & Gerald Peters Gallery