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'Aerial Perspectives' by Sam Cook on display in virtual exhibition

'Aerial Perspectives' by Sam Cook on display in virtual exhibition

The virtual "Aerial Perspectives" exhibit by Sam Cook is on display at through June 12. A virtual artist talk takes place 12 p.m. Thursday on

The Jackson Hole Center for the Arts' first virtual gallery features the new "Aerial Perspectives" collection of aerial photographer and videographer Cook, who became a commercially certified FAA drone pilot in 2017. The Jackson native was raised in Wilson and lives in Alpine. 

The collection "represents his experience as a Jackson native seeing the world around him from a new perspective," according to The Center's website. "Cook attributes the beauty of his work to the surrounding natural landscapes, and believes the unique process of aerial photography influences his work." 

For art inquires, email Cook at

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