It’s no secret the Jackson Hole area is home to incredible artistic talent. In an effort to showcase our area’s artists and marry the culinary and visual arts, we are excited to launch our monthly art series.
For the month of February, we will be showcasing pieces from local photographer, Christopher Rok.
Originally from Pennsylvania, Rok first visited Wyoming in 2004 when he was a mechanical engineer for the Department of the Army. Rok retired from his civil service job in 2017 and moved from Virginia to Wyoming.
A long-time admirer of famed black and white photographer, Ansel Adams, Rok says, “I find there is duality in the black and white medium—one of beauty and harshness.”
The captivating “spirit of the West” shines through his elegant photos, which currently adorn the walls of The Kitchen.
“Inspiration for a photographer is just about everywhere you look in northwestern Wyoming,” he shared.
The brash black and white photographs of the already eye-catching arrangements of nature in the American West prove to be gorgeous additions to any wall. Rok’s art will be hanging in our dining room for the month of February.
Interested in one of his pieces? Simply inquire with our team.