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Mangelsen - Images of Nature Gallery

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Showing a wrapped canvas triptych of Maples Aglow over a bed in a master suite.
Mangelsen recieved the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award in 1994 for his image titled Born of the North Wind.

Now in its 50th year, Wildlife Photographer of the Year is the world’s most prestigious wildlife photography competition. The world-renowned exhibition, on loan from the Natural History Museum in London, features 100 awe-inspiring images, from fascinating animal behavior to breath-taking wild landscapes.
Aimed at an audience of all ages, the exhibition celebrates the drama and splendor of the natural world, with astonishing, creative and sometimes humorous wildlife photography. Nebraska born nature and wildlife photographer Thomas D. Mangelsen’s award winning image will be on display. Mangelsen received the Wildlife Photographer of the Year award in 1994. Don’t miss the first international traveling exhibition to be hosted by The Durham Museum!

JOIN US FOR UPCOMING GALLERY EVENTS:

TODAY: September 24 | Park City, Utah: Gallery Stroll from 6-9pm
Enjoy light refreshments and stroll through some of the best art galleries in the west. Free and open to the public.

October 1 | LaJolla, California:
PHYSICAL THERAPY FOR ALL Annual Fundraiser and Raffle Drawing from 6-8pm

October 3 | Jackson, Wyoming at the Jackson Center for the Arts
JACKSON HOLE WILD FESTIVAL | Grizzlies of Pilgrim Creek book presentation at 4pm with Tom Mangelsen and Todd Wilkinson. Their new book will be for sale from 12 – 5pm

October 3 - January 3, 2016 | The Durham Museum in Omaha, Nebraska:
NATURE, CAPTURED | Showcasing the world's most amazing images of nature, including Tom's award winning image Born of the North Wind.

ARTIST RECEPTION & BOOK SIGNING | SAVE THE DATES:
Come meet Thomas D. Mangelsen at these exclusive events!
October 17 | Galena, Illinois & October 24 | LaJolla, California

Browse fall landscapes and scenic views Wrapped canvas triptych of Maples Aglow