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Blackfoot Pathways Sculpture in the Wild 

Blackfoot Pathways - Sculpture in the Wild

 

September 21, 2017

Kevin O'Dwyer

Chris Owen of Lincoln, one of more than a dozen volunteers at Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild, carries a bundle of willow saplings toward the growing structure, which will be home to about 10 tons of the saplings woven into a unique structure designed and built by sculptor Patrick Dougherty.

LINCOLN - Rain, snow and colder weather in the Lincoln-area high country provided relief from fires - and the resultant smoke - but caused some schedule changes for this weekend's "Festival in the Wild," a celebration of Blackfoot Pathways: Sculpture in the Wild and the work of artist-in-residence Patrick Dougherty.

The park along Montana 200 on the eastern edge of Lincoln has become a focal point for visitors to the area.

A unique, walk-in, woven-willow sculpture by the North Carolina-based artist and a corps of volunteers is taking shape rapidly under the watchful eyes of visitors and sch...



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