The National Museum of Wildlife Art is dedicated to serving a wide audience through our museum education programs, including those who are unable to visit the Museum in person. The Museum has developed several lessons for use in conjunction with its on-line Collections.
This lesson asks some big questions. They are important questions if we are to have a vision of what we can be. The better we know who we are, the more our life work can be a conviction born out of our individual gifts and passions.
Landforms such as towering mountains, gaping canyons, and plunging waterfalls are the physical features of the earth’s surface that distinguish a sense of place for geography as well as invoke wonder and reverence for the landscape artist.
Wildlife in Winter
Welcome to the National Museum of Wildlife Art’s Wildlife in Winter lesson.This lesson features paintings from the NMWA’s permanent collection that depict various animals in a winter landscape.