JACKSON HOLE, WYO – The Art Association announced two new members joined its Board of Directors recently. Agnes Bourne and Mark Longfield will be seated in the new year.
“The Board is very excited to welcome our talented new board members,” said Art Association Board President Katrina Ryan. “We look forward to the new inspiration and experience that they will bring to our team.”
Agnes Bourne has been involved in design for over 50 years, working on residential and commercial interiors, product designing for companies with national distribution, historical restoration, and set design. In 1987, Agnes introduced her own line of furniture, The Agnes Bourne Collection, and created a showroom in San Francisco featuring her designs and pieces by a select group of artists and manufacturers.
Bourne is a nationally recognized lecturer and design juror, and her designs are widely published in books and nationally distributed periodicals. She has been awarded medals of distinction from A.S.I.D., The Smithsonian Institution, Cine Arts, and N.A.S.F.T. Agnes has served as a trustee for many boards and councils supporting Art and Design. Some of these institutions are Cooper-Hewitt, National Design Museum, Smithsonian Institution, the San Francisco Museum of Modern Art, and San Francisco Art Institute.
Learn more about her work at Agnes Bourne Studi0.
Mark Longfield is a partner in Teton Law Group, LLC, practicing entertainment and intellectual property law. Mark moved to Jackson in 2003 after attending Bates College and Vermont Law school and now lives in Wilson with his wife Mary Ann.
In addition to practicing law, Mark performs as a piano and organ player in several local bands and enjoys skiing and mountain biking. In 2011, Mark started Hub Bicycles and returned to practicing law full time when he sold the shop in 2014 to found Teton Law Group.
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