Wild Hands Art For Living

265 W. Pearl • Jackson, WY 83001
Phone: 307-733-4619 • Fax: 307-733-7179

Wild Hands Art for Living is at 265 W. Pearl between
S. Millward & S. Jackson Streets, four blocks from the square,
across from the post office.

Wild Hands, Art For Living  is a colorful gallery full of  handmade home furnishings, fine art, and gifts. Whimsical clocks, ornate mirrors, pottery, fancy wine glasses,  picture frames, handblown glass vases, and utensils are some of the many great items available

Ladybugs and wildflowers adorn dishes, mugs &  bowls. Mountain scenes and flowers enhance the beauty of benches, stools, lamps & cabinets. The crafts people featured at Wild Hands are from all over, though many are local and regional artists.

Founded in 1998 by Sue Thomas Wild Hands has grown continually over the past 6 years. A recent move has provided more space to showcase the fine art, furniture and handcrafted home furnishings people have grown to love.

Wild Hands has brought together a great collection of whimsical, colorful, and functional art. Several hundred artists' work are represented in many mediums. Work done by local artists include: book binder Lisa Heller, glass blower Lisa Stover, potters Elizabeth Bartlett of Out of Hand Pottery, and Shirley Sanderson of Pony Creek Pottery, handpainted sinks by Elli Sorensen, and jewelry by Michele Evans, Alberta Kucharski, and A.J. Cargill. Local painters include John Fetig, Grace Berg, Fred Kingwill, Fred Martinez and Mark Tuttle. Other Artists include: Melissa Graves-Brown from SunValley Idaho, Scott Morgan of Seattle WA., Audrey Roll Pressler–formerly of Jackson now from La Conner, Washington.

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