America’s wilderness moves indoors this winter with two National Park-based art exhibits. In Jackson Hole, Wyoming, three photographers — Ed Riddell, Gifford Ewing, and Jon Stuart — commit Grand Teton National Park, Yellowstone, and Jackson Hole itself to film in “Changing Lenses: Three Views of Jackson Hole” at the National Museum of Wildlife Art through April 3 (800-313-9553, www.wildlifeart.org). Farther west, “Drawn to Yellowstone,” which includes paintings by Thomas Moran, whose 1871 work convinced Congress to protect the park, headlines at Autry National Center in L.A. through January 23 (323-667-2000, www.autrynationalcenter.org).
— Elaine Glusac

Pictured: Thomas Moran, Golden Gate, Yellowstone National Park, 1893. Oil on canvas. From the Buffalo Bill Historical Center, Cody, Wyoming.