David Matherly: Works on display in February and March
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Growing up in rural Indiana, David Matherly grew to know well the natural world. The deep woods, open meadows and small creeks were integral in creating his view of our world. A degree in geology and graduate studies in biology and paleobotany further defined his worldview. After moving to Montana in 1981, he explored the Rocky Mountains through backpacking and photography. Multi-month long forays into the canyons of the desert southwest and longer travels to cultural wonders and ancient ruins abroad added to his expanding worldviews. His travels, his inquisitive and spirited research of varied subjects and his personal inner journeys all intertwine to create a unique perspective of life’s ancient mysteries, of man’s many cultural gifts to the world and the natural wonders of this great living planet.
David’s images have appeared in many regional and worldwide publications like Montana Magazine, Bill Moyers PBS program, National Park Service and Smithsonian exhibits; numerous children’s books; in books published by American World and Geographic Publishing, Grolier, McGraw-Hill, Simon & Schuster, and many more both in Europe and the U.S. David’s images are also represented by stock photo agencies in Europe and the U.S.
20% of all proceeds from the show’s sales benefit Gallatin Valley Land Trust.
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