OCTOBER 2022 – MAY 2023

Established by the Federal Government in 1910, Glacier National Park became an inspiration for artists and tourists alike. Though efforts of early artist, like Charles Russell, Joe De Yong, John L Clarke, John Fery, Philip R. Goodwin, Joseph H. Sharp, and Julius Seyler, Glacier’s iconic landscapes, wildlife, and people were memorialized in paintings, photographs, and posters, shaping America’s public perception of the park for years to come. This exhibition features several historic artists and their lasting impact of shaping and preserving Glacier National Park.