Travis Walker and Wendell Field: Painting for the soul

JACKSON, WY— Situated in a landscape that has an unending array of inspiration, artists Travis Walker and Wendell Field are creatively untethered. Jackson Hole’s expansive wilderness and vibrant community nourish the unique perspectives of both local and visiting artists. It is this freedom and flexibility that creates a culture of artists and organizations that are not simply creative, but Wildly Creative.

Travis Walker is a contemporary painter, printmaker, and arts advocate living in Jackson, Wyoming. He is the Executive Director of Teton Artlab. Travis’s work can be found at Altamira Fine Art in Jackson, Wyoming and Scottsdale, Arizona, and Visions West Contemporary in Bozeman/Livingston, Montana and Denver, Colorado. He has been featured in SouthWest Art Magazine, Big Sky Journal, Images West, Mountain Living, Forbes, and The Guardian.

Wendell Field has spent most of his adult life living and working in Jackson Hole, Wyoming splitting his time between a yurt on the edge of Grand Teton National Park, and his studio in Jackson. He has also spent time in New Mexico, and travelled extensively in Asia and South America. As well as oil painting, Field makes watercolors, block prints, sculpture and public art.

Explore Jackson Hole’s creative community at WildlyCreativeJH.com. Follow them for creative stories on Instagram @WildlyCreativeJH.

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