Art, Nature, and Philosophy
An Essay about the Aesthetic, Ethic, and Legacy of Kent Ullberg
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(above: Rites of Spring, Kent Ullberg, 1987, Stainless Steel, 14 1/2' x 20'. National Wildlife Federation, Washington, D.C.)
(above left: Bighorn Ridge ; above right: Geese 1 - Wilderness. First National Bank commission, Omaha, NB)
(above left: Bison - Wilderness Spirit. First National Bank commission, Omaha, NB; above right: Requiem, for Prince William Sound)
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