Art celebrates history of Glacier National Park

Posted on 09 May 2016

The majesty of Glacier National Park has been inspiring people for hundreds of years. While each of us can bask in the rugged beauty of Glacier, artists can turn that natural beauty into unforgettable art. YOU can now see this collected in one place –the C.M. Russell Museum in Great Falls, Montana. 

Going to the Sun: Artists in Glacier National Park

This full-scale exhibition at the C.M. Russell Museum in Great Falls, Montana, brings together more than 140 pieces of fine art paintings and sculpture, important park memorabilia, travelogues, and photographs that highlight Glacier’s history and helped shape the visual iconography of the park.
On display from May 21-September 11, 2016, the celebrating the history of Glacier National Park coincides with the National Park Service 2016 Centennial Celebration honoring the agency’s hundred years of commitment to the preservation and enjoyment of the national parks.

 

CM Russell's Storm on Lake McDonald

CM Russell's Storm on Lake McDonald



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