What's Your Why?

What's Your Why? supported by the Wyoming Humanities Council, features stories with and about dynamic thinkers, scholars, artists, and innovators who live in or visit Wyoming. This cultural podcast focuses on humanities, arts, and cultural resources in Wyoming.  

The artwork of Kathryn Mapes Turner has unfolded from the mountain valley of Jackson Hole, Wyoming. Here she was born as the fourth generation to be raised on the Triangle X Ranch in Grand Teton National Park. She grew up riding the trails of the valley, learning wilderness lore and gaining an eye for landscape amid what she believes to be the most spectacular scenery on earth.

Dwayne Harty was formally trained at the Arts Student’s League in New York City and mentored by three of the 20th century’s important wildlife artists: Bob Kuhn, Robert Lougheed and Clarence Tillenius.  Dwayne followed the footsteps and canvasses of North America’s great wildlife artist Carl Rungius from Yellowstone to Yukon which is now a published book of the great wild.

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