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“The paintings are fabulous and the outdoor sculptures are amazing. The location and setting of the actual museum building fit perfectly into the surrounding environment. I would recommend this museum to anyone.”
-Dan J. from Georgia
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The Mission of the National Museum of Wildlife Art is to impart knowledge and inspire appreciation of humanity’s relationship with wildlife and nature through art and education.
Western Visions® is the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s largest and longest running fundraiser, with a variety of exciting events. The show features a wide selection of art for sale. Western Visions® painters and sculptors participate in the…Learn More about the event
In the words of student curators Grace Curran, Kate Frederick, Madeleine Moore, and Sarahi Roldan: Microbes are a fascinating subject.…See the exhibit
Greg McHuron (American, 1945-2012). Alpine Flush, 2009. Watercolor on paper. 8 ⅝ x 13 ⅝ inches. 2009 Western Visions Trustees Purchase…See the exhibit
Joel Sartore. Aerial of gray wolves (Canis lupus) of the Malberg Pack near Malberg Lake in the Wilderness area near Ely,…See the exhibit
In addition to being a world-renowned musician, Herb Alpert has spent more than half his life as a respected abstract expressionist…See the exhibit
Credit Line: Thomas Moran (England, 1837 - 1926), Eternal Snows of Mount Moran, Teton Range, c. 1912. Oil on canvas. 25…Read the rest