Exhibitions

Long Term Installations

Greene Pathways Gallery

Artwork featuring animals native to North America

This gallery presents a selection of paintings and sculptures representing the wildlife and history of this region.

Chief 1997, Acrylic on Canvas
Robert Bateman Canada, 1930 -
Coyote 1993, Acrylic on Canvas
John Nieto United States, 1936 -
Eagle's Roost 1927-1946, Oil on Canvasboard
Maynard Dixon United States, 1875 - 1946
Forest Primeval c. 1940, Oil on Board
Gerard Curtis Delano United States, 1890 - 1972
The Surprise (aka Reel Adventure) c. 1925, Oil on Canvasboard
Philip R. Goodwin United States, 1881 - 1935

About the Installation

Central to the Museum’s mission is to explore how art can help us understand humanity’s relationship with wildlife and nature. Our location in the midst of the Greater Yellowstone Ecosystem is the perfect place from which to investigate that topic. The Greene Pathways Gallery presents a selection of paintings and sculptures representing the wildlife and history of this region. The scope broadens from local to national as visitors continue down the gallery with historic and contemporary artwork featuring animals native to North America. A special highlight is Edward Hicks painting, Peaceable Kingdom.