In celebration of the 100 year anniversary of our National Parks system, we invited a group of artists from around the country to explore the majestic and serene landscapes of Yellowstone National Park. We embarked on a four day journey through the wooded mountains of Wyoming filled with waterfalls, wildlife, and bubbling pots -- a sketchbook in one hand and a walking stick in the other to explore one of our nation's most extreme landscapes.
Throughout the art camp, we had the opportunity to visit the colorful plateaus of Yellowstone's bubbling basins. We hiked through a variety of colorful hydrothermal areas filled with geysers and fumaroles, wandered through the lush forests and spend time searching for some of Yellowstone's tumbling waterfalls.
The Light Grey Art Camp program was created for artists to participate in an immersive, engaging, and inspiring trip with like-minded individuals. The trips to our national parks are meant to provide an all-inclusive journey that challenges artists to explore, expand, and express themselves amongst the dramatic backdrop. Over this trip, we sketched, made artwork, and conversed with one another about process, exploration, and creative discovery.
You can view more photographs from this trip on the Light Grey Flickr page here.
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