Tuesday, 19 June 2012

#262 National Museum of Wildlife Art: "Sculpture Trail", con't . . .

In 1987, the National Museum of Wildlife Art (NMWA) was founded in Jackson Hole, Wyoming with a prestigious collection of wildlife art donated by Joffa and Bill Kerr.

The cornerstone of the Museum's holdings is the JKM Collection.  Named for the Kerr daughters, Joffa, Kavar, and Mara, the collection spans three centuries, capturing the magnificence of the American west.  Featured artists include Audubon, Barye, Bierstadt, Bonheur, Catlin, Kuhn, O'Keefe, Rungius, Russell, and selected living artists.

To learn more about the National Museum of Wildlife Art and the new Sculpture Trail, see post 260 & 261 and go to:  

I'm with Bill Kerr at the June, 14th dedication of the new Sculpture Trail and the Presidential Eagle

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