This summer at Anvil, we are thrilled to partner with Jackson Hole Public Art on their Wild Walls program. The local outdoor art exhibit features a series of ten murals that highlight the beauty and tell the story of the scenic and wild Snake River, Teton glaciers, and watersheds unique to Jackson Hole.
Each of the murals features Augmented Reality functionality to promote a greater understanding and awareness about local water quality issues. Download the Hoverlay app, find the @JHPublicArt channel, and look through the device to watch each mural come to life and learn about how to preserve and protect local water quality.
July 1-September 30
A permanent mural entitled “Hooked” headlines the program which was painted by the Anvil Hotel’s Uncommon Art Artist in Residence Dan Toro over a month long period at Snake River Brewing.
Our Artist in Residence program continues this fall in partnership with Teton Art Lab. A selection of artists will have the opportunity to live and work at The Anvil Hotel and be inspired by all the surrounding natural beauty. Each artist will engage with the local community via socially distanced talks, workshops, demonstrations, etc. Applications now accepted through July 31. #UNCOMMONART
"East Beach" At The Anvil
Jackson Hole artist Boughton Walden is the creator of "East Beach," the wheat pasted mural located at The Anvil Hotel. She says, "in this time of uncertainty art is meant to inspire and I'm happy to be a part of [Wild Walls.]" JH Public Art captured a time lapse video of the murals installation to share with our guests.