|A watercolor of the museum as inspired by the ruins of Slains Castle in Aberdeenshire, Scotland, echoes the hillside behind the facility.|
|The museum's entry rotunda|
features a "wildlife"
|Wapiti Trail, 2007by American sculptor Bart Walter|
|This mpressive creature you wouldn't want to meet along |
the road (or worse, in the middle of it). They have
been known to charge automobiles head on.
|Carl Rungius was a German-born (1869) wildlife artist active |
during the first half of the 20th-century, painting in Canada
and the western United States.
|The work of American wildlife artist, Robert Kuhn is a perennial|
favorite with museum goers.
|A crowd of potential buyers observes the museum's annual speed painting competition.|
|What's with the elephants? Where does it say |
|The wildlife has the right-of-way.|