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Plein Air Magazine Aug/Sep 2021

Plein Air Magazine Aug/Sep 2021
The Song of Beautiful Structure: At the outset of planning a work, Skip Whitcomb addresses value, placement, edging, and, importantly, the role color will play. He calls this “defining your prima donna,” and stresses the notes that will lend support to her voice must be decided early in the process. “Color is as logical as mathematics,” he says. “It has structure, and you have to work the structure.”

Artists Magazine Sep/Oct 2021

Artists Magazine Sep/Oct 2021
The Light From Within: Seascape oil painter oil painter Michelle Jung constantly tends a creative fire with new dreams and goals to fuel artistic success. This accomplishment is backed by a deep dedication at the easel and a unifying approach to composition.

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Plein Air Magazine Apr/May 2021

Plein Air Magazine April/May 2021
The Time It Takes: Almost 40 years at the easel have allowed Scott Christensen the time to continuously develop his skill set. His recent switch to executing plein air studies using gouache exemplifies the approach of a trailblazer who never rests in his pursuit of truth in composition.

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Artists Magazine Jan/Feb 2021

Artists Magazine Jan/Feb 2021
Giving Nature Her Due: For Denver artist Heidi Jung, the botanical world inspires both her art and an innovative method in process and approach. The results are striking in their starkness and beauty, in keeping with the New West aesthetic.

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Artists Magazine May/June 2021

Artists Magazine May/June 2021
How the West Was Won: Amy Ringholz builds both career and community with her color-rich portraits of Western wildlife, inclusive marketing and a generous spirit.


Lifestyle

Teton Family Magazine Summer 2022

On the Farm: Rewilding Your World

Mending the soil that encases our beautiful planet is a modern trend. Activities like heavy tilling and chemical spraying zap the earth of valuable microorganisms and transform fertile soil into unproductive dirt. The principles of regenerative agriculture are driving a movement to repair such barren soil. 

Grand Wedding 2022

Food on Wheels: Enlisting a Food Truck for Reception Fare

There is no doubt the thought of a formal dinner will cross your mind in the planning stages, as you mull over the question, chicken or fish? But, decidedly, your wedding already has an experiential vibe, simply due to its mountain location. So, why not take it one step further and explore the option of a food truck?

Do you have a permit for that? Navigating the Particulars of Event Permissions

A certain amount of planning is necessary in order to do your Teton-based wedding right. Navigating the territory of acquiring permits and abiding by the rules is crucial to the success of any outdoor wedding in the region.

Teton Family Magazine Winter 2021/22

A Plethora of Pie
After gathering input from a handful of trusted local chefs, I’m unveiling my lesson in pie versatility. Three dessert crafters outlined the tips and tricks that took me on a journey of delicious discovery. After implementing their advice, those who indulge in your sweet triumph will be singing your praises for many holidays to come. 


Architecture / Design

Homestead Magazine 2021

CLB Architects
Intimate Choices, Thoughtful Design: The bespoke approach of CLB Architects acts as a calling card for a holistic design philosophy. Each project results in a true sense of place, echoing the needs and preferences of the client.

New West Fine Art
Forging a New Vision of Everyday Art: From their expanded space on Jackson’s Town Square, the local artisans of New West KnifeWorks, Mountain Man Toy Shop and New West Fine Art present everyday art for the contemporary Western lifestyle.

The Clear Creek Group
Leading With Integrity and Attention: Discerning travelers who are able to revel in this special view of Teton life rely on the legacy of The Clear Creek Group to make their visits memorable.


Archives

Artists Magazine, May/June 2021
Borbay: Celebrating the Beauty of Place

Artists Magazine, November 2020
Scott Christensen: A Lifelong Learning Curve

Homestead Magazine, 2016
Jackson Hole Arts Festival: An Artful Draw

Jackson Hole Showcase of Homes

Homestead Magazine 2015
Jackson Hole Arts Festival: Toast of the Town

Dream Resort: 3 Creek Ranch

Teton Family Magazine, Fall 2015
Chicken Bus Commission

JH Style Summer/Fall 2015
Piecing it All Together: Heidi Jost, local orthopedist enjoys the challenges of her work.

Heavenly Scents: Teton View Lavender Farm creates an herbal product line.

JH Style Summer 2014
Organic and Honest
At Jackson Hole’s Lotus Café, chef and owner Amy Young serves it up – organic style.

Teton Home & Living Fall 2014
Texas to the Tetons
Family behind luxury linens brand Peacock Alley finds solace in the mountains.

Teton Valley Magazine Summer 2014
Slim’s Chance – A local’s local marries off his daughter. The memories are indeed once in a lifetime.
This issue of Teton Valley Magazine was named “First Place in General Excellence – Magazine” by the Idaho Press Club in 2014.

JH Style Winter 2014/15
A Delectable Heritage: The Blue Lion restaurant in Jackson is a long-time favorite for a reason…

Room for Everyone at the Table: Three Peaks Dining Table in Driggs is ready to serve.

Flying High in the Tetons: Teton Aviation Soars

JH Style Summer 2014
The Business of Dirt
The owner of MD Nursery in Teton Valley digs in.

The Art of Discovery
A blurb on realtors who listen.

A Little Further Back…

Teton Valley Magazine Summer 2013
BBQ Ribs with a Side of Rock ‘n Roll
The Knotty Pine Supper Club nails down a formula in Victor, Idaho.

Teton Home & Living Fall/Winter 2012
 Put Some WOW in those Winter Whites
A little design inspiration to wipe away your winter blahs.

Teton Home & Living Fall/Winter 2011
Making the Whole Work
Oil painter Scott Christensen works constantly to hone his visual perception.

Teton Home & Living Spring 2010
At the Heart of Stone
Your design questions about granite, answered.

Teton Valley Magazine Winter 2009
A Solid Sense of Place
An old-timer’s perspective broadens our own.

OK By Me
A local business keeps its wheels on the ground.

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