Bronwyn Minton

Executive Director

Bronwyn Minton is a multi-disciplinary artist and independent curator. She holds a BFA from the Rhode Island School of Design and an MFA from the San Francisco Art Institute. She joined the Art Association after being at the National Museum of Wildlife Art for more than 13 years. Her artwork has been shown nationally and internationally, and is in public collections including the Wyoming State Museum and the Nicolaysen Art Museum, St. John’s Hospital Foundation, and Teton Media Works, as well as private collections. Over the past fifteen years Minton has curated many art exhibits that brought together a wide range of the Jackson Hole community. She has been awarded two Wyoming Arts Council Visual Arts Fellowships, and the Cultural Council of Jackson Hole’s Creative Pulse Award.  

Amy Goicoechea

Director of Development & Marketing

Amy Goicoechea is an arts & culture non-profit professional. She holds an MA in philosophy from the University of Utah. Amy joined the Art Association after working in the Education and Programs & Events Departments at the National Museum of Wildlife Art for nearly 20 years. She has two decades of experience in formal and informal education program development, fundraising and constituency raising event management. She contributed to the success of numerous advancement related programs & events by working closely with donors and sponsors. Amy has collaborated with many local organizations to promote the arts in Jackson Hole.

Jennifer Lee

Director of Finance & Operations

Jennifer Lee has been working with arts & culture nonprofits in the valley for over thirty years. She holds a master’s in business administration with an emphasis in accounting from the University of Phoenix. Jen joined the Art Association after working at the National Museum of Wildlife Art for 20 years. She has experience in accounting, human resources, program development, fundraising/art show sales, and event management. She enjoys camping, fishing and traveling to exotic places with her family. Besides her travels in the United States, she has also traveled to Paris, Korea, Jamaica, Spain and Portugal. She enjoys sewing, needlework, and collecting art.

Anika Youcha

Director of Communications

Anika Youcha is a multi-disciplinary artist working primarily in oils, inks and ceramics. Since finishing her BA at the University of Minnesota and relocating to Jackson in 2000, Anika has shown her work regionally, with painting, pottery and drawings in private collections nationwide and internationally. She joined the Art Association in 2018 after years of professional art-making and marketing.

Jessica Koncak

Director of Education

Originally from Atlanta, Georgia, Jessica moved to Jackson two decades ago after a summer-long family road trip brought her to the mountains. After graduating from Jackson Hole High School, she received her BA from Colorado College in art history with a focus on Late Ming Dynasty Monumental Landscape paintings with a minor in mathematics. Following a brief stint in the beautiful city of Seattle, she returned to Jackson to be near family and enjoy the outdoors. Jessica has spent the last ten years in the buzzing and fast-paced restaurant industry in management and is excited to return her focus back to art, education and creativity at the Art Association.

Jen Hoffman

Gallery & Retail Coordinator

Jen Hoffman is a professional artist and long-time Jackson resident who has always been involved in the local art community. She earned a BFA in Printmaking and Painting from the University of Delaware. She joined the Art Association after being a partner at Trio Fine Art and a full time artist for many years. She has exhibited in national and international exhibitions and holds signature memberships in the American Tonalist Society and the Pastel Society of America. Her work is in private collections internationally and held in the permanent collections of the National museum of Wildlife Art, the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, the Jackson Hole Airport, and St. John's Sage Living Center. Hoffman enjoys the opportunity to connect our community with creativity and expression through the unique and community-centered gallery space and the best (and only!) art supply store in the valley. Learn more about Jennifer's work at  

Klare Bryan

Special Events Coordinator

Klare Bryan, originally from Jacksonville, Florida, is a multi-disciplinary artist. She has performed internationally with a traveling choir, and dapples in acrylics, watercolor, and ceramics. Klare grew up working seasonally for a dude ranch in the Gros Ventre and happily calls Jackson home now. In her free time, you can find her hiking with her dog and at local rodeos and hockey games.

Jillian Bauman

Volunteer & Administrative Coordinator

Jillian Bauman, originally from Florida, holds a Bachelor's in Psychology from the University of North Florida. She moved to Wyoming in 2019 to work in Yellowstone National Park for two summers. After completing the entire Appalachian trail in 2021, she then moved to Victor, ID to be near the mountains. Her love of backpacking has taken her to remote mountains in countries all over the world, including Nepal, India, Peru, and parts of Europe. She loves making graphite and charcoal drawings, sings and plays the piano, and dabbles in acrylic painting. She looks forward to learning more about art and becoming involved in Jackson's vibrant art community.

Emma Keinath-Lopez

Development Coordinator

Emma Keinath-Lopez moved to Wyoming from the east coast two years ago after getting her degree in Writing, Literature, Publishing and Environmental Science from Emerson College in Boston. Since graduating, she has worked at multiple National Parks such as Bighorn Canyon and Perry’s Victory and International Peace Memorial. She also worked at various nonprofits such as Boston Harbor Now and Teton Science Schools. Throughout her journey, she has always found meaning in connecting with people to enrich the environment and community of a place. Emma has always loved the arts in combination with the outdoors, such as in Andy Goldsworthy’s work, and she values the healing powers that come with slowing down and working with your hands. She has a personal love for photography, and is excited to pursue other mediums while working at the Art Association. She is excited to explore the arts and further her work in helping to build strong communities centered around creativity, inclusion, and exploration.

Patrice Gonzales

Education Coordinator

Patrice Gonzales is a multi-disciplinary artist originally from upstate New York. She has a BFA in Art Photography and a MS in Art Education from Syracuse University. As the Education Coordinator, Patrice is able to combine her love of community, art and education. In her free time you can find her playing roller derby, going to karaoke and playing with her dog, Casserole.

Amber Mouton

Outreach Coordinator

Amber Mouton moved to Jackson from New Orleans, Louisiana. As a professional musician in New Orleans, she toured nationally and internationally, performing as a vocalist and unconventional French Horn player, using effect pedals in rock, jazz, blues, polka and country music settings. During the coronavirus lockdown, Amber made a career change into the science and application of behaviorism. She is currently enrolled in a dual degree program in Applied Behavior Analysis and Autism Studies. She is additionally pursuing certification with the Behavior Analyst Certification Board to become a Board Certified Behavior Analyst. Her dream is to apply behavioral technologies to art and movement to assist people of all backgrounds in living more happily, relaxed, and engaged. Since moving to Jackson, Amber has taken up upright electric bass and continues writing and playing music as often as possible.

Sylvie Polonsky

Studios Coordinator

Sylvie Polonsky grew up in ceramics studios in Colorado and is excited to join the Art Association as their Studio Coordinator. With a degree in geology, Sylvie is always happy to talk about wild clays and the scientific process of ceramics. When she's not playing with clay, Sylvie can be found outside looking at rocks, throwing a frisbee, or trying out a new craft.

Shane Barnhart

Associate Ceramics Coordinator

Originally from Austin, Texas, Shane has been teaching both adult and youth ceramics at the Art Association for about 8 years. He enjoys skiing and mountain biking with his 14 year old son and will soon be teaching yoga in the valley, as well. Before arriving in Jackson, Shane was a scientific diver for the University of Hawaii; if he’s not in the mountains, he’s in the ocean surfing and diving!

Jon Stuart

Associate Photography Coordinator

Jon Stuart's photographs examine the modern West. He began teaching as an assistant to Ansel Adams' Yosemite Workshops. Since the 1970s he has led workshops for Teton Science Schools, Snake River Institute, Central Wyoming College and the Art Association. His work has been exhibited at the National Museum of Wildlife Art, the University of Wyoming Art Museum, Nicolaysen Museum, Wyoming State Museum, and the Wyoming Arts Council Gallery.