Mammals in Glacier: Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey & Waterfalls in Yellowstone: M.C. Poulsen

October 21, 2021 – February 27, 2022

Artist M.C. Poulsen has embarked on a multiyear journey to hike and ride horseback into the backcountry of Yellowstone National Park and capture the waterfalls that the general public never gets to experience. “Painting the Falls of Yellowstone” a PBS Documentary that aired on June 2017 highlights this journey that parallels the early artists Moran and Bierstadt who captured the mystique that draws the public to Yellowstone today. Poulsen doesn’t want these cosmic beauties to remain hidden in the backcountry; he wants to share them with the human race, so they, too, are flooded with the same emotions he experienced CLICK HERE to view a tour through the exhibit. As a companion to the above we are bringing in Nancy Cawdrey’s collection of approximately 25 silk paintings of all the major animals in Glacier National Park. CLICK HERE to view Mammals in Glacier exhibit.

© Nancy Dunlop Cawdrey, Grizzly Bear (Ursus Arctos), 2020, Dye on Silk, 30 x 40”
© M.C. Poulsen, Three Forks, 2018, oil on canvas, 22 x 30”



Graham Hobart: Out of Africa and Into the West
July 31, 2021 – January 23, 2022

Born in southern Africa, Graham Hobart takes on the American West through his extraordinary black and white infrared photography. In 2014 upon seeing Hobart’s photographs of African animals and landscapes, Booth Western Art Museum Executive Director Seth Hopkins commissioned a photograph from Hobart and dared him to “go out and capture the American West in his unique illustrative style as he had in Africa.” This exhibition is Hobart’s response to that call and features over a decade of his work in the American West and Africa. CLICK HERE to view the 3D  tour. 

© Graham Hobart, Bison Closeup, 2017, pigment print, Collection of the Artist

Tucker Smith: A Celebration of Nature
September 11, 2021 – January 2, 2022

Artist Tucker Smith is nationally renowned for his balanced, subtle paintings inspired by the wildlife and mountain atmosphere that has been such an integral part of his life. His home and studio on the Hoback Rim in Western Wyoming offer easy access to his favorite subjects; vast landscapes, sprawling cattle ranches, and the back country with its abundant wildlife and natural, beauty. Tucker said, “I believe it is necessary to experience nature first hand in order to be able to convey it to someone else through a painting.”  CLICK HERE to take a 3D tour of the exhibit.

© Tucker Smith, Moose Falls, 2014, 30 x 40”

18th Annual Kids Cowboy Up! Virtual Art Exhibition
November 9, 2021 – January 2, 2022

Members and guests are invited to view the 18th Annual Kids Cowboy Up exhibition featuring artwork by members of the Boys & Girls Club of Bartow County and the Hands of Christ After School Program. Opening reception is on Thursday, November 18. Refreshments will be served in Borderlands Meeting Room from 5:00 pm – 7:00 pm. CLICK HERE to view artwork.

Corporate Sponsors

The Booth Museum
501 Museum Drive
PO Box 3070
Cartersville, Georgia 30120