Since 2007, the Jackson Hole Art Auction has been recognized as one of the premier art events in the country, defined by the high standard of works offered in a variety of genres including wildlife, sporting, figurative, landscape and Western art by both renowned past masters and contemporary artists. The JHAA is a signature event of Jackson Hole’s annual Fall Arts Festival and attracts collectors from across the country as well as abroad. With locations in Scottsdale, AZ, Jackson Hole, WY, Santa Fe, NM and New York, the auction principals, Trailside Galleries and Gerald Peters Gallery, bring over 100 years of combined experience and expertise to the event.
• Since 1963, Trailside Galleries has been regarded as one of the pre-eminent dealers in American representational art, specializing in a rich and varied collection of works by the leading western, wildlife, figurative, impressionist, and landscape artists in the country. Trailside has been in business for 55+ years, making it the oldest and most established gallery in Jackson Hole.
• The Jackson, Wyoming location is a spacious two-story building, offering over 10,000 square feet of display area showcasing paintings, sculpture and unique western furniture. Located just off the town square, the gallery is close to lodging facilities, restaurants and the abundant wildlife and spectacular scenery of Grand Teton National Park and Yellowstone.
• The founding auction principles Maryvonne Leshe and Roxanne Hofmann bring decades of experience in private sales, gallery ownership, and auction management.
GERALD PETERS GALLERY
• In 1972, Gerald Peters founded the Gerald Peters Gallery in Santa Fe, New Mexico. Gerald Peters has long been recognized as one of the world’s most respected dealers of American art of nineteenth and twentieth centuries with special interests that include classic Western art, paintings of the Taos Society of Artists and the Santa Fe Art Colony, American modernists, American and European Impressionists, the Ash Can School, the New York School, contemporary art, traditional and modern sculpture, naturalism, and vintage and contemporary photography.
• Located in Santa Fe’s historic district, the gallery’s Spanish pueblo-style adobe building includes 8,500 square feet of indoor exhibition space, a gracious sculpture garden, a large research library, and a bookstore.