Dwayne Harty has been creating paintings and dioramas for over 30 years. Over the three years, Dwayne traveled in the Rocky Mountain wilderness for the project: .Yellowstone to Yukon: the Journey of Wildlife and Art. a collaboration between the National Museum of Wildlife Art in Jackson, Wyoming, the Whyte Museum of the Canadian Rockies in Banff, Canada, and the Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative. A major exhibition featuring wildlife art masterpieces from the Museums. permanent collections and Dwayne Harty.s paintings opened in May, 2011 in Jackson and in Banff in 2012. Now, a limited quantity of Dwayne Harty.s works is offered for sale at Mountain Trails Gallery in Jackson and at the Willock and Sax Gallery in Banff, Alberta.


The body of art work created by Dwayne Harty is unique. Adam Harris, Curator of Art at the National Museum of Wildlife Art described it in Western Art Collector:

"Accompanying art from the permanent collections of the two museums, an innovative field program has sent acclaimed contemporary artist Dwayne Harty into the field to capture and discover anew the majestic landscape and its bountiful wildlife population"

"Dwayne Harty has produced an exceptional body of art work that speaks to one of the most pressing issues of our time: the survival of large mammals and their wilderness habitats in the face of rapidly expending human population and development pressures."

Harvey Locke, Strategic Advisor, Yellowstone to Yukon Conservation Initiative