The Museum preserves and exhibits the largest public collection Carl Rungius’ work in the United States. Widely regarded as the preeminent painter of North American wildlife, Carl Rungius began his career in Wyoming, not far from the Museum’s location. Later in life, he spent the majority of his summers in Banff, Alberta, painting the vast Canadian Rockies and plentiful populations of big horn sheep, mountain goats, grizzly bears, and moose.
Spirit Totems: Sculpture by Herb AlpertLong Term Installation
In addition to being a world-renowned musician, Herb Alpert has spent more than half his life as a respected abstract expressionist painter and sculptor. Always…See the Exhibit
Exploring Wildlife ArtLong Term Installation
Featuring old favorites and never-before-seen acquisitions, this new gallery layout explores humanity’s relationship with wildlife via the art of nature.See the Exhibit