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Sequoia & Kings Canyon National Parks: Celebrating the Centennial Anniversary of the National Park Service
Featuring works by: Vern Clevenger, Londie Padelsky, Elizabeth Carmel, John Dittli, David Muench and Jerry Dodrill
Showing Daily through Summer 2016 in the Mountain Light Guest Exhibit Gallery!
Mountain Light is pleased to present this exhibit of fine art prints featuring a collection of incredibly beautiful scenes from Sequoia and Kings Canyon National Parks.
On display in our Guest Gallery at Mountain Light Gallery in Bishop, California, this exhibit is open daily through Summer 2016, except during workshops hosted here. An Artists' Reception will be held on Saturday, March 12, 2016.
In 2016, the National Park Service celebrates its Centennial Anniversary. For the past century, the National Park Service has cared for America's most iconic landscapes and significant cultural heritage sites, helped provide opportunities for public enjoyment through access and interpretive programs, supported scientific discovery, and energized local economies. The National Park Service's Centennial Anniversary provides the opportunity to celebrate our national park heritage and engage the next generation of park visitors, supporters, and advocates.
The beauty and inspiration found within the current boundaries of Sequoia National Park served as a catalyst for the creation of the National Park Service. In addition, the magnificent trees, soaring peaks, and deep canyons in both parks have served as an inspiration for countless artists, including the photographers featured in this Centennial exhibit. We hope these works inspire you to get to know and love your national parks and to support your national parks in this next century.
For more information, please visit the Featured Artists page.
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