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Made in Montana :: Moondance Artwork

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Made in California :: Diane Best

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Made in Montana :: Fort Omotse Leather

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Made in Alaska :: Trickster Company

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Made in Texas :: Danika Ostrowski

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Meet the Artisans

The 6 Best Gifts Handmade by Artisans Near the National Parks

Support small businesses based near National Parks this holiday. These artists’ handcrafted treasures are inspired by the great outdoors.

Meet the Indigenous Designers Behind Trickster Company, the Innovative Lifestyle Brand from Juneau, Alaska

Rico and Crystal Worl’s modern Indigenous lifestyle brand celebrates traditional Northwest Coast formline art in unique apparel, homegoods, and jewelry.

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 Artisans of the National Parks

A new kind of marketplace, connecting travelers with America’s National Parks and the communities that surround them.

Meet the Ceramics Creative Behind Fire Hole Pottery In Montana

Carl Sheehan’s unique collection of handcrafted pottery features palettes and motifs inspired by Yellowstone National Park.

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

Danika Ostrowski draws her inspiration from Big Bend and beyond to create her modern and colorful paintings of America’s public lands.

Meet the Sustainable Jeweler Behind Moondance Artwork

Industrial artist Kay Langland recycles copper and metal into a unique collection of handmade jewelry from her studio near Montana’s national parks.

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

Artist Diane Best depicts the dramatic desert landscapes of national parks in painting, photography, and moving images from her base near Joshua Tree.

Meet the Leather Master Behind Montana’s Fort Omotse

Andrea Estomo handcrafts unique leather bags inspired by the West from a workshop at the base of the Beartooth Mountains, near Yellowstone National Park.