Monte Dolack Fine Art

Hush Of The Land - The Scapegoat Wilderness, Keep it Wild-Framed

By Monte Dolack

Image size: 28 X 22
Edition size: 475
Year: 2002

This limited edition print is reproduced from an acrylic painting on panel.

The painting was created in celebration of the 30th Anniversary of Montana's Scapegoat Wilderness.

Hush of the land refers to a phrase popularized in public testimony given to Congress in 1968; at that time the legendary Tom"Hobnail" Edwards testified before the Congressional Subcommittee on Public Lands; he and other local citizens had organized to try to designate the Lincoln Back Country and parts of the Lewis and Clark and Lolo National Forests as wilderness.

Edwards spoke to the importance of preserving the hush of the land-the hush is what keeps people coming back to wilderness again and again; and actually we believe it's still quiet there today.

This image is available as a note card.

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Monte Dolack Fine Art, features the art work of Montana Artists Monte Dolack and Mary Beth Percival.