Art

March 2017: Wildlife Films at the Dunrovin Drive-In

Dunrovin is always excited when the International Wildlife Film Festival comes to town each April. Dunrovin Ranch has long enjoyed a cordial relationship with the festival. Dunrovin Ranch co-owner, Sterling Miller, is an internationally known expert in bear biology, as was Chuck Jonkel, who founded the International Wildlife Film Festival in 1977. Chuck’s goal in…

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March 2017: Local Treasures

So often in life we think we know someone just because they are familiar to us. We’ve seen them every once in a while over the years and talked with them on many social occasions. We may have even read about them in the local newspaper. But we’ve never really sat down with them and…

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January 2017: Snow Designs

Snow Drawings – Toward Forward What Haunts and Heals is Cumulative     Dunrovin’s 2017 Artist in Residence, Beth Huhtala, is an artist of the earth. It is clear that she truly inhabits wherever she is, and that wherever she is truly inhabits her. She becomes one with the natural world of wherever she finds…

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Snow Drawings

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Holiday 2016: Artist in Residence

Our experience with Tyler Nansen as our Dunrovin Ranch Artist in Residence last winter exceeded our expectations. It all began when Sterling and I visited the Blackfoot Pathways Sculpture in the Wild in the spring of 2015. As described in my recent article in Distinctly Montana (flip to page 39), the Blackfoot Pathways so inspired…

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October 2016: Photo Session with Hawk

Almost exactly one year ago, Dunrovin was on the search for a couple new horses. The summer of 2015 had been very busy and we often had to turn away business for lack of an appropriate horse to do the job. Autumn is the best time of all for purchasing a horse. It is right…

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