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Carl Rungius, Sam Easterson, Mix'd Media, Plein Air Festival



Rugged Impressionism
The Masterful Field Studies of Carl Rungius

Through October 7, 2012

Looking in-depth at the strengths of the Museum’s collection, examining Carl Rungius’s landscape studies provides visitors with a rare view of the artwork this master created while out in the wilderness.This exhibit shows how Rungius used his field sketches when creating finished large-scale works in his studio. Complemented by finished paintings from his peak period, this exhibit gives visitors a chance to see an important but relatively overlooked aspect of his oeuvre. 
Running Wild
A Video Installation by Sam Easterson

Through April 28, 2013
Sam Easterson’s innovative work lets viewers see the world from an animal’s perspective, by making videos shot from cameras mounted on creatures ranging from bison to alligators. Easterson says, “I just can’t resist trying to empathize with animals and plants. I think that in the process of attempting to learn what it’s like to be an animal or plant, I learn more about what it means to be human.”
Upcoming Events

Young at Art
June 18 & 25

10:30AM – 11:15AM
Free for members or with Museum admission. 

Mix'd Media: Inside Out
June 14

7:00 - 10:00PM
FREE!


Presidential Eagle Revealed
June15
11:30AM – 12:00
PM   
FREE! 


Plein Air Festival
June 16

10:00AM - 4:00PM 
FREE!

Mix'd Media: Inside Out 
Mix’d Media is moving outside for the summer! Start your weekend early and join us for an action packed evening with the Museum, Jackson Hole Public Art, Jackson Hole Fire Festival, Jackson Hole Community Pathways, and Friends of Pathways. Festivities will focus on the celebration of our first sculpture installation on the new Sculpture Trail and the beginning of the Fire Festival! Ride your bike up and participate in one or all of our activities. Enjoy music by Screen Door Porch, good food, drinks, and art with friends.

Plein Air Festival
Feast on eye-candy for art lovers and fill your plates with tastes on the new Sculpture Trail! Over 30 artists will create live with just four hours to complete their masterpiece. Browse and bid on fresh paintings! Artwork will be sold by “silent bid” starting at 2:30pm. Kids Activities will include face painting, fun game of pictionary, free Carl backpacks to the first 50 kids and a book signing by Lynn Friess from 11am to noon! The Plein Air Festival will also host a c
ook-off with local chefs and The Rising Sage Café will also offer good eats for sale. Enjoy all this while you listen to live music by local band, One Ton Pig

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Copyright © 2012 National Museum of Wildlife Art
Image Credits: Sculpture Trail, © National Museum of Wildlife Art. Carl Rungius (Germany, 1869 – 1959), Lord of the Canyon, 1925. Oil on Canvas. 30 x 40 inches. JKM Collection®, National Museum of Wildlife Art. Sam Easterson, Burrowing Owl Nest Cam, © Sam Easterson. Young at Art, Addie, © National Museum of Wildlife Art.







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