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Honored to have my work now in a permanent collection at the Bozeman-Yellowstone International Airport

Honored to have my work now in a permanent collection at the Bozeman-Yellowstone International Airport

Had not been to the new wing at the airport since these were installed last year. Was great to see them on the wall, and am honored to have my work in this permanent collection! Happy Holidays!! #montanapanoramic "3 Swans" Paradise Valley / Livingston, MT - Photo By Craig Hergert at the Bozeman - Yellowstone Airport "Missouri Headwaters" Three Forks, MT - Photo By Craig Hergert at the Bozeman - Yellowstone Airport

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OPENING RECEPTION TONIGHT AT THE EMERSON!

OPENING RECEPTION TONIGHT AT THE EMERSON!

Please join me tonight for an opening reception of new work "FROM THE FRONT TO THE PLAINS" at the Weaver Room Gallery in the Emerson Cultural Center.  When?   Friday December 13th from 5-8pm  Where?  Emerson Cultural Center, 111 S. Grand, Bozeman, MT  Upstairs in the Weaver Room Gallery http://www.theemerson.org/project/from-the-front-to-the-plains/  This reception is in conjunction 2 other openings in the Emerson tonight along with with the holiday art walk all over downtown Bozeman, so come on by and say hello!    Thank you for your continued support! HAPPY HOLIDAYS! Best,   Craig

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The "Grass Roots" of central Montana

The "Grass Roots" of central Montana

After days of clouds and rain in the grasslands of central Montana last week, the evening finally revealed a magical reward for my patience. New print release June 2018: "Grass Roots"   Denton, MT More info and prints available here:  

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Fly Fishing and Backpacking on the Tenderfoot River

Fly Fishing and Backpacking on the Tenderfoot River

Even though the last few weeks (and this winter in general) has been some of the best skiing in Montana in years, spring is finally beginning to slowly show itself. Of course spring in Montana can be a tumultuous time, with warm sunny days following by soul crushing blizzards over and over again until finally....its July. But the little pieces of sun are quite welcome, they bring hope and dreams of warm days on the trails and rivers. Last fall I went on an assignment for the Big Sky Journal to document a newly accessible area on the Tenderfoot River,...

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Rest in peace Warren Miller...

Rest in peace Warren Miller...

As I read the news of Warren Miller passing recently, the temperature dropped 15 degrees in 5 minutes while I watched a beautiful wall of heavy snow barrel across the Gallatin Valley. It seemed perfectly fitting. During the 2010 Winter Olympics, my good friend Will Littman called to ask if I could come up to Warren's YC home immediately to record a bunch of audio promos. I dropped everything, grabbed my equipment and hit the road. I could not believe I was actually in the directors seat telling him when to start..."action!" I could hardly breathe! Over the next couple...

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