35 x 26 1/2" oil on canvas behind a repurposed window. The Tetons in winter are so beautiful when viewed from a window or while outside exploring them. In Jackson, Wyoming, the view of the Tetons includes wildlife reserves for bison, moose, and large elk herds. Trumpeter swans also enjoy the wide open spaces. Besides wildlife, Jackson is known for skiing, climbing, snowmobiles, biking, and a terrific art scene with many galleries in this small community. The second photograph is for detail viewing only. The painting is mounted behind the (distressed paint) window.