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DG House Workshops

Join artist DG house for a printmaking workshop or wildlife painting workshop!

Contemporary Native American Artist DG House of Bozeman, MT has had her work exhibited in the fine art museums across the country and a career spanning over 25 years. This winter she will be offering two exciting workshops in Mammoth Hot Springs:

January 22nd 11am-3pm: Gelli Printmaking and Lunch with DG House 

Discover the fun of monotype printmaking (a unique, one-of-a-kind print) using acrylic inks, stencils and gelli plates. DG House will provide instruction and lots of inspiration.

Price: $35 (recently reduced!). Registration required. Includes:

  • All supplies
  • Instruction from DG House
  • At least one completed print to take home
  • Lunch at the Mammoth Hot Springs Dining Room
  • Coffee/tea/water during the workshop

February 8th 11am-3pm: Wildlife Painting Workshop and Lunch with DG House

Do you love DG House’s iconic colorful wildlife paintings? Join her for this one-of-a-kind workshop and create your own wildlife painting. Choose a bear, a fox, or a wolf. DG will provide instruction and lots of inspiration.

Price: $50 (recently reduced!). Registration required. Includes:

  • All supplies
  • Instruction from DG House
  • At least one completed print to take home
  • Lunch at the Mammoth Hot Springs Dining Room
  • Coffee/tea/water during the workshop

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Contemporary Native American Artist DG House of Bozeman, MT has had her work exhibited in the fine art museums across the country, including the Smithsonian Institute’s Museum of the American Indian.

DG boasts a career spanning over 25 years, with her art having been exhibited in galleries all across America and even in the permanent collections of celebrities such as Sir Elton John, Sir Paul McCartney and Michael McDonald. DG is an associate member of the Women Artists of the West and American Women Artists. She was also recently named the first Honorary Ranger for Grand Teton National Park.

“Yellowstone completely inspires everything I do, including moving halfway across the country to be there. Yellowstone is the essence of everything I do. Every painting I create is based on a story, a real story that happened in Yellowstone Park at some point.”