The Art Association of Jackson Hole is proud to present its 56th Annual Holiday Bazaar. This year we are participating in the national promotional event, Artists Sunday, which encourages shopping from artisans by buyers from across the country. Artists Sunday takes place the Sunday after Thanksgiving.
In this year of social distancing and heightened awareness and safety, the Art Association continues to adapt to the challenges of supporting art education and community artists during a pandemic. This year’s Bazaar is virtual as well as in-person, with work from participating artists available for purchase in the Art Association's gallery from November 30-December 29, and connections to shop directly from artists online available from the Art Association’s website November 29-December 30.
New this year, two weekly featured artists will host a meet-and-greet in the gallery for shoppers and art lovers. Featured artists are Matt O’Donnell, Barbara Gentry, Corrina Johnson, Tenley Thompson, Stephanie Howell, Sue Tyler, Benjamin Walter, and Kathy Morgan of Whiskey Girl Designs. Meet-and-greets will be every Tuesday in December through December 22 from 10am - 5pm. To view the weekly featured artists, visit the Holiday Bazaar here!
Jenny Dowd, Jennifer Libby Fay, Katy Niner, Soutache Earrings, Steiner Ornaments, Cate Smith of Sweet Wyoming Home Pottery, Teton Alchemy, Thal Glass, Unfried Sculpture, Greg Wheat, Wild Hands, and WyoWhy LLC.
Open Monday-Thursday, 10am-2pm, from November 30-December 29, shop the Art Association's gallery for the holidays and support local artisans. Work from each participating artist is available in the gallery for sale, with the Holiday Bazaar showcasing handcrafted ceramics, glass, herbal apothecary, jewelry, metalwork, paintings, painted bison skulls, sculpture, textiles, and wooden ornaments.
All participating artists' work will be displayed on our Holiday Bazaar page, from November 29-December 30, and linked to connect with Holiday Bazaar artists directly for more items and/or custom orders. Shop from the Holiday Bazaar artists here.
Event proceeds directly benefit art education classes for ages one to 100, as well as community outreach programs partnering with more than 30 valley organizations.