Cultural Landscapes exhibit now on display at Yellowstone Gateway
Bring your friends and family to Livingston’s Yellowstone Gateway Museum and test your Park County landscape knowledge! The museum’s newest exhibit, “Vignettes of History: Cultural Landscapes of Park County,” is on display through September. This multi-media, interactive exhibit features artisans from the county who portray well-known (and obscure) cultural landscapes of Park County. The display encourages people to use observation while at the museum and when surrounded by local landscapes.
The exhibit features paintings by Edd Enders, Charles Fifield, Kelly Hartman, Les Herman, Darlene “Puci” Pucillo, Tandy Miles Riddle, and Robert Spanning; mixed media by Parks Reece, a pen and ink by Kyle Ebert, pencil sketches by Steve Fox and Jean Skillman; and photographs by Storrs Bishop, Norm Miller, Hallie Rugheimer, and Rosamond Stanton.
Most pieces are available for purchase, benefiting the museum’s exhibits and programs.
Artwork locations are not identified on the exhibit’s works of art. A worksheet that includes possible locations are available in the exhibit. Check with a museum attendee who can reveal how many sites you have correctly identified – the reward is feeling a little more connected to special sites in Park county.
Sponsors for the exhibit include CTA Architects and Engineers. The exhibit is upstairs in the Expedition Room of the Yellowstone Gateway Museum, located at 118 W Chinook in Livingston. For more information and future event details, visit www.yellowstonegatewaymuseum.org or find them on Facebook (@yellowstonegatewaymuseum). •