All Stories

Search
Sort Results By
Newest first

Categories

Architecture
Big Art of Nature
Bison
Book Review
Bozeman
Brewpubs
Chronic Wasting Disease
Civil Society
Climate Change
Co-existence
Collaboration
Columnists
Conservation
Culture
Department of Interior
development
Economy
Endangered Species
EPA
Flyfishing
Flyfishing
Forest Service
Government Accountability
Grand Teton National Park
Grizzly Bears
Guest Commentary
Hunting
Jackson Hole
Jacques Cousteau
Landscape Painting
Leadership
Liam Diekmann
Millennials/GenZ
MoJo Profile
Mountain Journal Caption Contest
Mountain Journal Longform—Print This Story Out
Opinion
Outdoor Recreation
Politics
President Donald Trump
Private Lands
Public-Interest Journalism
Ranching
Restaurants
Ryan Zinke
Science
Scott Pruitt
Water
Wilderness
Wildfires
wildlife art
Wolves
Yellowstone
News
Public Lands
The New West
Growth—Good, Bad & Ugly
Wildlife
Community
Idaho
West Yellowstone, MT
Wyoming
Ecosystem Protection
Politics

Spying The Grand Teton From Delta Lake

September 9, 2017 // Big Art of Nature

Sue Cedarholm's watercolor portrayal of the Grand from Delta Lake
In her question to create a new painting every day for a year, Sue Cedarholm on Day 164, ascends to the shore of Delta Lake below the Grand Teton. 
Read More

A Late Summer Hike In The Tetons Leads To "Rock of Ages"

August 29, 2017 // Big Art of Nature

A view of Rock of Ages high in the Tetons by Sue Cedarholm
In Watercolor Diary, Sue Cedarholm is painting a new place every day. In day 155, she ventures into the Tetons’ Hanging Canyon to spy Rock of Ages
Read More

Cosmic Palette: Commemorating Eclipse Totality With Brushes Of Paint

August 22, 2017 // Big Art of Nature, Culture, Grand Teton National Park, Jackson Hole, Community

"Totality," a watercolor painting of eclipse in Wyoming by Sue Cedarholm
In "Watercolor Diary" Day 150, Sue Cedarholm Documents The Great American Eclipse From The Floor Of Grand Teton National Park
Read More

Sue Cedarholm Is Creating One New Painting, Every Day, For A Year

June 1, 2017 // Big Art of Nature, Columnists, Culture

Sue Cedarhom
Through her column, "Watercolor Diary," the Jackson Hole artist will share vignettes about her interludes outdoors.
Read More