Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild

Patrick Dougherty

@ Sculpture in the Wild

Craft in America: Nature 

featuring Patrick Dougherty

Singer Pan Morigan and Composer in Residence Adele O'Dwyer

2017 Artist - in - Residence program

Jaakko Pernu, Casey Schachner

​and Patrick Dougherty

2016 Artist-in-Residence Program

Chris Drury and Tyler Nansen

2018 BPSW/UM Emerging Artist

We are pleased to announce our 2018 BPSW/ University of Montana Emerging Artist has been selected. Anne Yoncha's proposal Tree Talk, a temporary and performative artwork highlights living plant forms within BPSW with particular interest in the Ponderosa pine tree.

Casey Schachner

2017 University of Montana Emerging Artist

2015 Artist-in-Residence Program

Noellynn Pepos, Mark Jacobs and

Sam Clayton 

2018 Artist-in-Residence Program


Cornelia Konrads       September 10th to 29th

Kate Hunt                    September 10th to 29th

Adele O'Dwyer            September 10th to 29th

Anne Yoncha              September 10th to 29th

Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild

2018 Artist in Residence Cornelia Konrads

Tree Circus 2017

Patrick Dougherty

Celebrating our 5th


Anniversary! 

Montana Governors Conference on Tourism April 15-17


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.

2015/2016 Press Coverage


We are on Vimeo

KPAX

Brandon Ballengee at Sculpture in the Wild

Lights On   Missoula News - BigSky Press

Montana Public Radio feature

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BPSW Education video

KPAX - TeePee Burner