Windows into Wonderland banner containing an NPS arrowhead icon and the words, National Park Service, U.S. Department of the Interior, Yellowstone National Park
for teachersask an expertevaluationcontact us
Electronic Field Trip
The Influence of Art on Yellowstone

Yellowstone and other national parks continue to inspire painters, photographers, and other artists. Today, like yesterday, artists record and document natural resources. Join us as we visualize Yellowstone with the eyes of an artist.

BEGIN TRIP NOW

Part 1: Artists Explore the Yellowstone Region

Part 2: Artists Interpret Yellowstone National Park


Ask an Expert Message Board
Questions and answers will remain accessible after the message board has been deactivated.

Trip Background
The images created by artists and photographers were worth a million words and were instrumental to the preservation of Yellowstone.

System Requirements
This trip was created to allow access by the maximum number of users and therefore will work with slow modem connections and older computers as well as with new, high-speed systems. Click here to find out how to attend an electronic field trip.

Teacher Information
Visit the For Teachers pages to access lesson plans, web links, and more!

Watercolor of Tower Fall by Thomas Moran
Tower Fall as envisioned by
artist Thomas Moran
Thanks!
Yellowstone National Park wishes to thank the Whitney Gallery and Education Department of the Buffalo Bill Historical Center in Cody, Wyoming, for developing and writing this electronic field trip.