Trio Fine Art Painters Featured in Plein Air Magazine

“Snake River Aspens” 9 x 12 oil on canvas by Kathryn Mapes Turner.

In their February – March 2017 issue, Plein Air Magazine features several fine artists who strive to inspire conservation efforts in their areas. Among those named are the members of Trio Fine Art Gallery, who joined forces with the Jackson Hole Land Trust to create View22: Painting Jackson Hole’s Open Spaces. This program gives individuals a window into how the mountain landscape has changed and developed through the careful and considerate eye of three local plein air painters.

“Like most citizens of the world, painters have become aware of the potential loss of subjects that inspire them, from plant material and animals to land and architecture. They have also recognized that their special gifts can bring attention to what might be lost, and they can help raise funds to preserve the beauty they capture on paper and canvas.”

“Swan Ponds” 14 x 11 oil on canvas by Kathryn Mapes Turner.

– Plein Air Magazine

Kathryn Turner, Jennifer Hoffman, and Bill Sawczuk are committed to preserving the open spaces of their valley. They are passionate about the beauty of the surrounding land, and they know the importance of maintaining open spaces for the well being of the local wildlife. Their passion in part stems from an intimate relationship with the landscape; it helps sustain their artwork, providing the backdrop, subject material, or inspiration necessary to produce a lasting memory of this natural beauty on their canvas or paper.

To read the entire Plein Air Magazine article, please click here.


Posted on March 7, 2017.
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