Our Program

The Anvil Hotel in collaboration with The Teton Art Lab are proud to host Uncommon Art, our Artist in Residence program running through May 2021. This is The Anvil’s inaugural year hosting the program which began in 2017 and is held each year at its sister property Sound View Greenport.

Eight exceptional artists from all over the country were selected from hundreds of applications to live and work on property and be inspired by Jackson Hole. As part of the residency, each artist is invited to share something with the community (that's you) whether it be a performance, an open working session, or even a display of their work.

Brice Garrett Artist

Building a Creative Community

As artists, sculptors and filmmakers converge at The Anvil, a powerful conversation of the creative community ignites. Our artist participants will host open working sessions, display key works, and lead socially distanced talks, inviting the community into rare opportunities to witness the artist's journey, from inspiration to completion.

Schedule of Residencies

Please also visit our activities calendar for artists' performances and community events.

Upcoming Artists in Residence

Ready to meet our artists? Take a closer look at artists arriving this September through December below.

Martha Grover Artist

Martha Grover

Featured Artist in Residence

September 11-26

Martha Grover is a functional potter, living in Bethel, Maine, creating thrown and altered porcelain pieces. Martha seeks to enhance the experience of interacting with everyday functional objects such as teapots and cups and vases. She works toward creating a sense of elegance for the user while in contact with each porcelain piece. Reminiscent of orchids, flowing dresses, and the body, the work has a sense of familiarity and preciousness. She hopes that he work generates a moment of pause and an undeniable presence that acts as an invitation to explore the work thoroughly, taking time to know all of its many facets. Martha believes that only through sustained interaction we can truly know and appreciate someone or something.

Brice Garrett

Featured Artist in Residence

October 7-28

Brice Garrett uses materials and objects as a source to work through ideas of preciousness, memory, and value. Traditionally trained as a jeweler and metalsmith, his work ranges across disciplines, culminating in wearables, sculptures, installations, and participatory projects. Brice is drawn to the way in which jewelry and objects can embody both intimate and social. Through the use of various materials and techniques, his practice aims to stimulate dialogues between the object, material, viewer, and wearer. His work has been exhibited across Europe and the United States.

Bryan Sih

Featured Artist in Residence

November 6-20

The work of Los Angeles based artist Bryan Sih revolves around themes of immigration, masculinity, and Otherness in the style of “slow cinema." He is in post-production for a narrative film exploring passivity in romantic relationships, and a short documentary about an asylum seeker.

Josh Winkler

Featured Artist in Residence

December 7-22

Josh Winkler is a Minnesota artist working primarily with print media and is currently Associate Professor of Printmaking at Minnesota State University. Direct experience and research feed the content and connections that are important to me as an artist. The environmental and cultural tragedies of the past provide an emotive way to engage the high stakes of the present. As we seek new sources of energy and make decisions about land use, it’s critical that we have tangible connections to the land and understand what has already been lost. By combining personal experience with research, I build layered landscape narratives that reflect on an uncomfortable disconnect between contemporary Americans and the history of the land. I utilize a range of drawing, printmaking, and sculptural processes to facilitate these ideas. Nature is culture.

Our Uncommon Artists

Join the Conversation

Get inspired to start crafting your very own work of art during Uncommon Art Residency at The Anvil Hotel. And while you're here, see it all for less: book our Autumn: Reimagined offer by December 1st and you'll save 15% off your two-night stay and receive a $25 Mercantile Credit through December 19, 2020.