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Category: Art

By Yellowstonian | July 16, 2024
George Bumann, a Gardiner, Montana naturalist, sculptor and author, riffs on his inspiration behind an homage to Yellowstone Wolf 21, departed alpha of the Druid Pack
By Todd Wilkinson | July 7, 2024
An exhibition “Environmental Impact” now up at the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole invites us to ponder the challenges facing the natural world, what they mean for your backyard and America’s most iconic wildlife ecosystem
By Todd Wilkinson | June 25, 2024
Remember those cool "Go Hike a Glacier" t-shirts? Now you can declare your affection for America's most iconic, wildlife-rich ecosystem by hanging a poster on the wall or displaying a free bumper sticker on your car or bike
By Lois Red Elk | May 20, 2024
Lois Red Elk shares a poem about meadowlarks—a bird she believes can sing in Lakota and Dakota
By Susan Marsh | May 13, 2024
Susan Marsh's column is like a master class in how to find mindfulness in Nature by taking notes—and seeing
By Lori Ryker | April 26, 2024
Lori Ryker's new column will explore the interrelationship between landscape, art and architecture
By Lois Red Elk | April 15, 2024
Lakota/Dakota Poet and Elder Shares A New Rumination On A Western Icon
By Susan Marsh | April 15, 2024
Jackson Hole naturalist, writer and artist Susan Marsh explores the pure delights of spring immersion in wild nature

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