Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild

2021 Artist-in-Residence Program

 Bently Spang                         September 7th to 26th

 Michael Brolly                        September 7th to 26th

Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild

Tree Circus 2017

Patrick Dougherty

Montana Governors Conference on Tourism April 15-17, 2018

Kevin O'Dwyer - Artistic Director of Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild - has been invited to present at the annual Montana Governors Conference on Tourism and Recreation . O'Dwyer's presentation will focus on the development of Lincoln, Montana as an Art Destination. Blackfoot Pathways:Sculpture in the Wild will celebrate its 5th anniversary this year with a program of visual and performing arts. The program has continued to attract world renowned artists and create a cultural tourism hub in a rural community. With over 20 years of experience in the development of arts programs in rural communities, O'Dwyer will share his thoughts on creating an arts destination that provides opportunities for culture, education and commerce.

Montana History Foundation fund the printing and installation of archival images inside the Tee Pee Burner.

Kevin O'Dwyer and Sculpture in the Wild have received funding for the printing and installation of archival images for the interior of the Tee Pee Burner. The archival images will visually tell the story of the logging industry in the Blackfoot Valley. Many thanks for the support we have received for this installation.

Patrick Dougherty

@ Sculpture in the Wild

2018 Artist in Residence Cornelia Konrads

Celebrating our 7th


Montana Memory: Re-Imagining the Delaney Sawmill TeePee Burner has received the prestigious Lewis and Clark Heritage Council Historic Preservation Award! Big thank you to all the Lincoln (and beyond) community members who worked on taking this vision and making it a reality. 

2016 Artist-in-Residence Program

Chris Drury and Tyler Nansen

2015 Artist-in-Residence Program

Noellynn Pepos, Mark Jacobs and

Sam Clayton 

2020 Events Cancellation - Park remains open to the public.​

While we had hoped that Sculpture in the Wild's seventh season would go on as planned, we have had to make the difficult decision to postpone our artist residency, music and education programs for 2020.

We are doing this to avoid group events and in keeping with the guidance of public health authorities and our state officials best advice.

The sculpture park will be open to the public to enjoy for leisurely walks with family members. We are all very disappointed but staying safe and healthy is of prime importance to this small rural community. 

We look forward to our 2021 Residency, Education  and concert events. 

Craft in America: Nature 

featuring Patrick Dougherty

Casey Schachner

2017 University of Montana Emerging Artist

2017 Artist - in - Residence program

Jaakko Pernu, Casey Schachner

​and Patrick Dougherty