Monday, 18 June 2012

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

The Sculpture Trail is a new outdoor art venue for the National Museum of Wildlife Art, designed by award-winning landscape architect, Walter Hood. Overlooking the National Elk Refuge, the trail will feature nearly 30 permanent and temporary works of art.

Sculptures play with light and different seasons, offering an ever-changing view of art in the wild.

To learn more about the National Museum of Wildlife Art and the new Sculpture Trail, see yesterday's post and go to:  

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