Monday, 21 September 2015

# 678 "Wild 100" at the National Museum of Wildlife Art

Note: We are now posting once a week on Monday.

Trish and I just returned from the opening of "Wild 100" art show and sale at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming.  I exhibited two new sculptures in the show:  Shown below is "Tom" (Wild Turkey) and "M'Bogo" . . .  which is the Swahili word for African Buffalo.  I also exhibited one etching - "Bull Moose".



Bull Moose

We drove over Togwotee Pass in a snowstorm last Thursday and returned with beautiful, clear fall weather.
Mid-September is always glorious in the Tetons and Jackson Hole.
Below, are images and memories of this year's return to the "Wild 100".

Below, my work for the exhibition was spotlighted in the museum's magazine:  "Western Visions"/

Below, are images of my sculpture on the museum's sculpture trail.

Below, a group gathered at the museum to celebrate Jane Smith: Jane and Red were great friends of Carl Rungius and Jane was a patron of the museum.  We all toasted their incredible lives with Jane, Red, and Carl's favorite drink . . . a Manhattan!  Pictured are Sue Simpson Gallagher and Bill Kerr;  Veerla and Kent Ullberg with Joffa Kerr;  and yours truly.

A highlight of the weekend was spending time with Debbie Petersen . . .  the delightful and art impassioned
chairman of the National Museum of Wildlife Board of Trustees.

Below, are images taken as we left the beautiful valley heading back over the Togwotee Pass.
The scenes in my rearview mirror resulted in many photo-op stops as we

No comments:

Post a Comment