Top contemporary wildlife artists and collectors from around the world will come together at the Museum for the annual Western Visions Art Show + Sale. The show features a wide selection of art for sale and the money raised from this fundraiser supports the Museum. The week’s events, offered at the Museum’s award-winning facility across from the National Elk Refuge, draw an international crowd to this critically acclaimed gathering. During Fall Arts Festival (and year-round), the Museum is a hub for art lovers, wildlife and outdoor enthusiasts, and more. This year’s sale includes over 170 artists, with nearly 140 in the small format, intent to purchase sale, and 30+ artists in the live auction. The Western Visions exhibition will be on view from September 9 through October 1. The live show + sale will take place on Thursday, September 14.
There are three ways to participate in this year’s sale:
Come visit us at The National Museum of Wildlife Art and see the works up close and personal!
Unable to participate in person or online? Participate by proxy!
For more information and to purchase tickets, click here!
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