Idaho Falls Region Art and Photo Galleries

Galleries of the Greater Yellowstone Region

Visions West • (Bozeman/Livingston) Visions West is a dynamic art gallery, striving to push the boundaries of Art from the Western Region. The gallery has a strong commitment to promoting contemporary artists from the West and maintains a focus on elements drawn from the natural environment. We have searched the world to bring you a unique collection of art that has technical diversity, independence of thought, courage, boldness and passion. Not what you'd expect Visions West Gallery
Bill Smith Art

Bill Smith Art • (Jackson Wyoming) Bill has worked steadily as a freelance illustrator and commissioned artist for the past thirty years, completing scores of portrait, landscape and wildlife commissions and a wide variety of illustrations and graphic designs. He has given art his full-time effort since 2004, and has won many awards in shows and contests, including "2011 Featured Artist" for the Rocky Mountain Elk Foundation, first place in the contest for the 2009 Wyoming Conservation Stamp, "Paint America" Top 100 (three paintings), "Arts for the Parks" Top 100, and "Arts for the Parks" Mini 100.

Photo Galleries
Daryl L. Hunter Fine Art Prints
The Hole Picture • (Swan Valley Idaho) Daryl L. Hunter's photography can be seen throughout, this publication "the Greater Yellowstone Resource Guide" as he is the publisher, at his online gallery you can buy framed or unframed photo art of his Greater Yellowstone scenics and wildlife. Daryl L. Hunter has been photographing the Yellowstone Region since 1987, when he packed up his 4X5 view camera, Pentex 6X7, and his 35mm’s and headed to Jackson Hole Wyoming to join hundreds of other wanna be photographers, where he learned the real meaning of poverty with a view. Perseverance has paid off though, bringing his photographers eye to web publishing has brought many new eyes to Daryl’s work.

The Wilcox Gallery

Jackson Hole ~ Discover one of Jackson's largest and most premier destination art galleries with 6,000 square feet of 40 artists work of fine art on display.

Gallery Wild

Jackson Hole ~ Gallery Wild is Jackson Hole's newest fine art gallery! Enjoy a curated body of fine art works inspired by wildlife, wild open spaces and conservation.

Jackson Hole ~ Jackson Hole Culture: Horizon Fine Art Gallery

Explore beautiful works by well known artists as well as upcoming names in the art world. Come visit us right off Town Square.

Courtney Collins Fine Art

Big Sky ~ Our gallery specializes in the exhibition and sale of Contemporary Western Art and Contemporary Photography, and we have had the pleasure of promoting established and emerging artist from all across the globe.

Bozeman ~ Misco Mill Gallery is situated inside of a historic grain elevator that was built in 1933. Located in Bozeman Montana, the gallery showcases furniture, paintings, sculpture, light fixtures, and jewelry. Much of the artwork incorporates locally-sourced and recycled materials which are combined with contemporary design and solid construction to give a lasting work of art that tells a story.

 

Furniture Galleries
 
Antler Workshop & Gallery • (Dubois Wyoming) Kurt Gordon is 4th generation of an original Vail Valley family. He grew up in a log house that his Grandfather, a logger, built on property in what now is called West Vail. Vail was just wilderness then, a lot of meadows with large herds of roaming deer and elk. Most of the antler Kurt works with are sheds. His favorite past time has not changed in 40 years. He still loves hiking through the woods, sage and mountain tops finding the antler himself although he also enjoys buying from ranchers and locals to keep up with the quantity required for his designs. In 2006, while attending the antler rendezvous in Dubois, Wyoming he found the business location he had been looking for and relocated his business to a log home on the Old Yellowstone Highway in the west end of Dubois.
Antler Gallery, dubois Wyoming
Merle Yeoder Handmade Furniture
Merle Yoder Handcrafted Furniture • In thirty years of woodworking I have come to appreciate and understand what it takes to make a quality piece of furniture that will last for generations. In this age of throw away mass produced furniture, it is important to me to craft furniture that will stand the test of time. My passion lies in the designs of Arts and Crafts or “Mission” furniture because it stresses function and unadorned beauty, strong simple construction and honest comfortable design.
Fine Art Panorama Landscapes by Daryl L. Hunter
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