UMW News BureauCowboy artist Brett Badgett gives advice to UMW art students as they explore the theory and method of sculpture. Brett Badgett, cowboy artist and native Montanan, visited Montana Western to give a presentation and workshop Feb. 19. He stayed to talk to UMW art students about their current projects and to give advice about sculptures. Badgett is a fourth generation Montanan, his roots and sensitivity to the American West contribute to his art. A deep knowledge of horses, cattle and the western lifestyle brings Badgett’s art to life. His detailed work in bronze and oil can be seen around the nation including on the grounds of the Pro Rodeo Hall in Colorado Springs, Colo. To view Badgett’s sculptures and paintings, visit his website at www.badgettfindart.com.
The University of Montana Western has launched a national search for the provost and vice chancellor for academic affairs position.