Byron Tomingas honored in an oil painting by Park City artist VOLSIC. Commissioned by an anonymous donor, presented in July 2015. The painting depicts Byron in the casual European flavored Cafe Boheme
3 Awards in 3 Weeks!
Planet Jackson Hole's Awards had Byron taking Gold as "Best Classical Musician" for 2015
The Jackson Hole Historical Society & Museum dedicated a continuously playing video of Byron examining and commenting on the old instruments of Jackson and their players
The Wyoming Arts Council has added Byron to their roster of supported artists which means that event organizers throughout Wyoming can get additional funding to present a Byron Tomingas event
A film by Horizon Pictures on the building of the Teton Village Tram. Byron worked on this project so he was intervied and also some of his songs were used. Later this film was re-edited and through National Geographic had worldwide distribution.
Drew Struzan might well be the most "viewed" artist in the world today. A bold statement but you have likely seen his art, many of his art works in fact. Look him up & tell him I sent you!
Byron is one of the featured locals in the
Jackson Hole Visitor Center Kiosk on Gill & Highway 89
Byron is interviewed by his childhood friend Charlie Craighead. He talks about learning guitar in Jackson Hole.
"The Alliance" video released: A film by Charlie Craighead for the Jackson Hole Conservation Alliance; Byron Tomingas created the music tracks including excepts from "Birds of Amber"