2010 is the centennial year of Glacier National Park, which is an absolutely amazing place. If you have never been there, you need to see it at least once in your lifetime. I did this painting of Many Glacier for Helena Montana’s Holter Museum show “Montana Landscape: The Eye of the Beholder”. The show runs from July 1 – through October 17th, 2010. In picking this scene from countless others in the park, my focus was scale. To me, Glaceir Park is about grandeur and all about scale. In that context, we people are so insignificant. I liked this view of Swiftcurrent Ridge, as the Park buildings below point out how massive the ridge is just beyond the lake. “A Break in the Fog” is an oil, 24″ x 32″.