Wildlife & Landscapes Fine Art
Kootenai Fine Art
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First Annual Appaloosa Museum and Heritage Center Benefit Art Show and Sale, University Inn, Room 124, Moscow, Idaho, June 14, 15, 16, 2002.
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Bison! The Yellowstone landscape's finest western wildlife
The wolverine! A portrait of one of nature's most feared wildlife. Wolverines are found in the mountainous areas of the western landscape.
The southwestern landscape is noted for it's sculptured-appearing rock: portraits of nature's fine art. This magnificent horse fits right in.
Bryce: a portrait of the power of nature in the
western landscape--sculptures formed by wind and water.
The western landscape is often a sculptured portrait formed by winds and rain. This setting is typical of the fine art created by nature.
Nature's finest wildlife, the buffalo. The Beaverhead national landmark and surrounding Montana prairie is backdrop.
The western landscape: home of the bison. A portrait of western wildlife.
The black Arabian stallion. A portrait of pride and elegance in the southwestern desert landscape. He epitomizes nature's finest wildlife art.
The Western skies reflect nature's portrait. Sculptured clouds of rain and wind.
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Marjorie D. Caldwell
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Kootenai Fine Art
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580 Greers Ferry, Libby MT 59923
Telephone or FAX 406-293-9320
Stop by often. New pieces will be added and changes made periodically.
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