Our homeschool group had a field trip today in Jackson Hole at the National Museum of Wildlife Art. We've done that a couple times before as a group and always enjoy it. They do a good job with their programs. I have to explain the fish in these pictures. I'm guessing there was a contest with all the high school art programs participating. There were three sets of fish like the one above on the pathway outside.
Inside, as we first entered were several that had "honorable mention" on them. This one had hundreds of tiny scales made of duct tape. Funny note - when I was explaining to my husband what this fish was made of, the two year old corrected me. He said, "That's not a duck, that's a fish." :)
Can you tell what this one was made from? Look closely. It's Mountain Dew cans. It was submitted by the students in ... get this ... Mountain View. Ha. Pretty creative.
Unfortunately I missed getting a picture of the winning fish which was submitted by .... drumroll please ... our own local town!!!