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meet the artisans

of the National Parks


Made in Montana :: Fort Omotse Leather
  • Fringe Wristlet Clutch
  • Fringe Bucket Bag
  • Charcoal Crossbody with Purple Fringe and Braid

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  • Meet the Leather Master
    behind Fort Omotse
  • Diane Artist Selfie Hero Image
    Meet the Artist Capturing
    Unique Desert Landscapes
Made in California :: Diane Best
  • Hunts Mesa Print
  • Out of Darkness - Giclee Print
  • JTree 15, 2019 - Mixed Media Brush Drawing on Handmade Paper

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Made in Texas :: Danika Ostrowski
  • Dream Lake Limited Edition Print
  • Zion Narrows II Limited Edition Print
  • Santa Elena Limited Edition Print

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  • Meet the Artist whose Vibrant Paintings
    are Inspired by Public Lands
  • Meet the Sustainable Jeweler
    behind Moondance Artwork
Made in Montana :: Moondance Artwork
  • #6 Simple Patina Copper Earrings
  • #21 Flattened Wire Aged & Patina Bar-Pendant Necklace
  • Folded Patina Copper Cuff Bracelet

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Meet the Artisans

Meet the Eco-Artist Recycling National Park Trash Into Impressionist Landscape Art

Eco-artist Maria Reading turns found objects in National Parks into compelling landscape art that spotlights the impact of human pollution in public lands.

Meet the Ceramics Creative Behind Fire Hole Pottery In Montana

Carl Sheehan at his Montana based studio photographed by Steve Horan A visiting potter-in-residence at Yellowstone National Park for 40 years, Carl Sheehan is the visionary and ceramicist behind Fire Hole Pottery, a unique collection of handcrafted stoneware and...

Meet the Austin Artist Whose Vibrant Paintings Are Inspired by National Parks

Danika in her Studio based in Austin, Texas Austin-based artist Danika Ostrowski creates modern, colorful paintings of America's public lands, in a signature style she describes as “somewhere between impressionistic and graphically illustrative.” Using acrylics and...

Meet the Sustainable Jeweler Behind Moondance Artwork

Missoula, Montana-based industrial artist Kay Langland works with recycled copper and metal to create the signature collection of hand-made jewelry that defines Moondance Artwork. When she's not crafting earrings, necklaces, rings, or cuffs, she's out exploring the...

Meet the Artist Capturing the Unique Desert Landscapes of Our National Parks

Diane Best in her Studio based in California Diane Best has been working as a professional artist for over four decades. Born in Boston, MA, she studied art in the Bay Area before moving south to Los Angeles and ultimately, the high-desert...

Meet the Leather Master Behind Montana’s Fort Omotse

Fort Omotse Showroom US Park Pass caught up with Andrea Estomo, founder of Montana's Fort Omotse Leather, to learn more about her, and her amazing handcrafted leather products. Andrea is the leather and copper craft master behind the brand's signature bags and home...