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Artists Magazine November 2020
This cover story on the teaching philosophy of landscape oil painter Scott Christensen is worth the read. You don’t even have to be an artist to find inspiration in his words.

Some Favorites from the Archives

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

Teton Family Magazine, Fall 2015
Chicken Bus Commissionhttps://tetonfamilymagazine.com/2018/03/22/in-the-garden-chicken-bus-commission/

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

Dream Resort: 3 Creek Ranch

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.

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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