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Plein Air

Grand Teton National Park served as the inspiration and setting for a ‘Plein Air for the Park’ fine art exhibition, co-hosted by the Grand Teton Association and Rocky Mountain Plein Air Painters.  Forty-four professional artists spent two weeks painting on-location to capture the spectacular landscape, wildflowers and wildlife of the park. The event also highlighted the GTA’s 75th anniversary as an educational, non-profit partner for Grand Teton National Park.  Sale of the paintings yielded approximately $50,000 for the association which provides a portion as financial support for the missions of Grand Teton National Park, the John D. Rockefeller, Jr. Memorial Parkway and other partners such as the National Elk Refuge and surrounding national forests.

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