Travis Walker (American, b. 1976), Paragliders, 2004. Acrylic on Canvas. 54 x 54 inches. Private Collection. (Courtesy of National Museum of Wildlife Art)

Travis Walker’s painting Paragliders is among the visual artists’ interpretations of Grand Teton National Park featured in “Grand Teton National Park in Art,” an exhibition at the National Museum of Wildlife Art.

The show, which officially opens today, is one of three the museum is hosting this summer in honor of the National Park Service’s Centennial. “Yellowstone National Park Through the Lens of Time,” featuring images taken by William Henry Jackson in 1871 and Bradly Boner who re-photographed the same scenes more than 140 years later opens May 21, followed by“Yosemite 1938: On the Trail with Ansel  Adams and Georgia O’Keefe,” opening June 10.

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