National Museum of Wildlife Art
Jackson Hole, Wyoming
Tenth Annual Western Visions Miniature Show and Sale
On September 19, 1998, the National Museum of Wildlife Art hosted its Tenth Annual Western Visions Miniature Show and Sale. Featuring works 9"x12" or smaller by over 100 of the country's leading wildlife and western artists, this busy and popular event has become the museum's most significant fundraiser in support of its art conservation efforts.
Featured artists this year included Robert Bateman, Ken Carlson, Scott Christensen, Guy Cohleach, Michael Coleman. Donna Howell-Sickles, Lanford Monroe, Sherry Salari Sander, Sandy Scott, Tucker Smith and many more.
Location: 2.5 miles north of Jackson, Wyoming, on Highway 89 overlooking the National Elk Refuge.
Hours: Open Daily. Closed Christmas Day and Thanksgiving Day. Summer/Winter: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm daily; Spring/Fall: 9:00 am - 5:00 pm Monday-Saturday, 1:00 pm - 5:00 pm Sunday.
Admission: Members Free. $6.00 for adults, $5.00 for students and seniors. $14.00 for a family, age 5 and under free. Group rates available.
Above and right: three images from the 1998 Western Visions Miniature Show. They are Lanford Monroe, The Deep Clearing, Monroe was this year's featured artist; Clyde Aspevig, Goats in Norway, winner of the 1998 "Red" Smith Award for Best of Show, Michael Coleman, In His Prime, Coleman was last year's featured artist.
Below from left to right Bidding during the Miniature Show and Sale; The Miniature Show and Sale Exhibition; Mrs. Jane Smith, wife of Colonol "Red" Smith, presenting the 1998 "Red" Smith Award for Best of Show to Clyde Aspevig.
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