Dee Parker is August's "Artist in the Environment"

Dee Lee paints on location.
Dee Parker paints on location.

“Artists in the Environment,” a monthly plein air demonstration set in the Grand Teton National Park and Jackson Hole area, raises awareness of our park’s beauty through art. Each month, noted plein air artists set up their palettes and paints and demonstrate their art for the public.

Everyone is welcome, each paint-out is free, and you may stay as long as you’d like. Bring your own art materials along and join the fun!

Natureʼs spirit continually inspires Wilson resident and artist, Dee Parker. On Saturday, August 8th, join her at the Jenny Lake Turnout in Grand Teton National Park for a three-hour painting demonstration, 9:00 am – 12:00 pm. A fine arts student, Parker has been captivated by nature’s infinite landscapes, their patterns and influence on design. Her paintings beautifully exemplify her love of atmosphere and nature’s ever-changing light.


“Artists in the Environment” is sponsored by the Grand Teton Association. For information, contact program facilitator Bobbi Miller at 307.543.2910.