Exhibits

Kevin League

Photography

March-April 2018


Library Lobby


Kevin League is a Helena based nature, history, wildlife and conservation photographer capturing Montana and the western United States' most beautiful, fleeting and fascinating moments.   

He has been a student of photography for several decades beginning when his parents handed down their 35mm film Nikon cameras to him.  His work has been published in Montana Outdoors and has been featured commercially,  online, and in several regional travel and tourism publications.  His work is also on permanent display in the City of Colorado Springs, Parks, Trails and Open Space building.  

Inspired by early conservation photographers, Kevin believes his ability to share the beauty of our last best places will inspire others to respect, protect, and enjoy them.  Kevin has dedicated his career to land and water conservation through his photography and as a conservation professional with Montana Fish, Wildlife & Parks. 

"Nature is painting for us, day after day, pictures of infinite beauty if only we have the eyes to see them." --John Ruskin

Information About Exhibiting at the


Lewis & Clark Library



It is the policy of the Lewis & Clark Library Board of Trustees and the Lewis & Clark Library Foundation to provide access to the intellectual, cultural, and educational resources of the community. Exhibits fulfill an integral part in the Lewis & Clark Library's total program of public service. Exhibits may be planned to direct attention to the materials and services of the library itself, may provide exposure to the arts and sciences, or highlight crafts and hobbies.


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