Marilyn Feather Photography | Photographer Info


“Photographing the Landscape” --  I'm honored to have been selected for the following opportunities:


As a Visiting Artist at Great Sand Dunes National Park & Preserve (2017), I presented a field workshop among the tallest dunes in North America among the diverse landscape of grasslands, wetlands, aspen forests, alpine lakes and tundra.


As an Artist-In-Residence at Artist Wilderness Connection (2016), in the Bob Marshall Wilderness Area (2.4 million acres in the heart of the Rocky Mountains) I was able to enjoy the numerous lakes, streams, and rivers this past September and experienced natural landscapes of the American West.


As an Artist-In-Residence at Bighorn Canyon National Recreation Area (2015), I was able to enjoy the spectacular views, the vast wild landscape and experience the wonders of this extraordinary place. With over 120,000 acres, one can find an astounding diversity in ecosystems, wildlife, and more than 10,000 years of human history to explore.


As an Artist-In-Residence at Agate Fossil Beds National Monument (2014), I was able to immerse myself totally in my photography enjoying the solitude and open spaces of the Niobrara River Valley home to the globally famous 19.2 million-year-old bonebed in Carnegie and University Hills.  My project entailed creating images to share and showcase what Agate is really like. 


Being outdoors and embracing nature enhances the meaning of life because we become a part of something bigger than ourselves.


I endeavor to continue my quest of “Find Your Park through Art,” through Artist Residencies, to help preserve all national and state lands and inspire current and future generations to enjoy and explore our Parks. 

Sharing the American landscape photographically enhances the connection between the land and people; creates connections with national and state lands and exposes natural wonders to a population often unaware of their existence or unable to physically go to such places.