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the story of the gallery

Glacier Fine Art is located in a building which has an illustrious history, going back to 1948 when it first served as a laundromat for workers constructing the Hungry Horse Dam. In the 1950's it became the studio of Morris Blake, a woodcarver known for his portraits of Blackfeet Indian Chiefs and Montana wildlife. In July of 2016, Glacier Fine Art was created to showcase landscape paintings of Nicholas Oberling, known for his meticulous and inspirational paintings of Glacier National Park.