Wildlife photographer Tom Mangelsen’s October presentation at the National Museum of Wildlife Art was so packed, they had to send people away. So, Mangelsen is generously presenting his program again–at NMWA–on Thursday, November 19th, at 7:00 p.m. Mangelsen will talk about his nature photography, specifically the work now on view at the Museum. That exhibition, “The Natural World: Photographs by Thomas D. Mangelsen,” is on display through April 25th, 2009.
I can make this one, yay! By the way, the last post on Mangelsen’s show was Twittered about, out in the enviromental-creative universe….proof we’re all connected. Proof that Wyoming’s artists are among the best in the world when it comes to representing this powerful place.
For information, give NMWA a call at 307.733.5771 or log on to www.wildlifeart.org.
Item #2: Repeat Arts Grant Opportunities
Timeline is as follows:
- December 11, 2009 2nd deadline to apply for AWW funds.
- February 11-12, 2010 WAC Board meeting and 2nd Art Works for Wyoming Panel.
- February 19, 2010 Award letters for second funding deadline issued.
For full details and guidelines, log onto the Wyoming Arts website here.
Colorado landscape painter David W. Mayer’s paintings “Autumn at String Lake” and “Spring Runoff” are to be included in the C.M. Russell Art Auction, in Great Falls, Montana next Spring. The auction takes place March 17-20.
Mayer, a colleague of painters Scott Christensen, T. Allen Lawson and other painters; he is an acolyte of such writers and artists as Richard Schmid, Edgar Payne, Joaquin Sorolla and the California Impressionists.
The C.M. Russell Art Auction is juried.