Hallockville Museum Farm invites you to a very special evening with renowned naturalist and professional sculptor, George Bumann.
George Bumann (rhymes with ‘human’) is a professional sculptor living with his wife, young son and two black Labradors at Yellowstone Park’s northern entrance in Gardiner, Montana. George has been a life-long observer of nature and was raised in his mother’s New York sculpture studio. He holds both Bachelor’s and Master’s degrees in wildlife ecology.
George will be joining us for a special evening at Martha Clara Vineyards to talk about his art, life and the natural world. This evening is made possible by the generous support of Avalon Park and Preserve and Martha Clara Vineyards. To learn more about George, please visit his website: www.georgebumann.com, check out his amazing TED Talk and his short film on art & wild places.
Tickets in Advance are:
MEMBER: $15 per ticket OR $25 for two tickets
NON-MEMBER: $18 per ticket OR $30 for two tickets
Tickets at the Door are:
MEMBER: $18 per ticket OR $30 for two tickets
NON-MEMBER: $20 per ticket OR $35 for two tickets
More about George Bumann: George’s work can be found in collections throughout the United States and around the globe. His sculptures reside in the permanent collections of the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson Hole, Wyoming, the Brinton Museum in Big Horn, Wyoming and the C.M. Russell Museum in Great Falls, Montana and was featured in the book, “Sculpture of the Rockies,” by the editors of Southwest Art Magazine. As an elected member of the National Sculpture Society and the Society of Animal Artists, his works have been shown at the Societys’ annual exhibitions as well as the Coors Art Exhibit & Sale, Bennington Center for the Arts’ – “Art of the Animal Kingdom,” the “Birds in Art Exhibition” at the Leigh Yawkey Woodson Art Museum, the C.M Russell Auction, and Loveland’s Sculpture in the Park, among others. George’s art and educational outreach have been featured in publications such as the Salt Lake City Tribune, Los Angeles Times, Washington Post, Sacramento Bee, and on television, radio, and online through the Canadian Broadcasting Corporation (CBC), Travel Channel, Discovery Channel, and Tedx Bozeman.